Macron put to the test on first day of protests against proposed labour reforms.
Protests against Macron's proposed labour reforms are under way across the country.
Prosecutors in Catalonia have ordered police to seize ballot boxes, election flyers or any item that could be used in a banned independence referendum called by the Spanish region's separatist executive.
After clinching a narrow victory in Norway's legislative elections, Prime Minister Erna Solberg will start out with a fragile second mandate, given her weaker majority and less conciliatory allies.
German police on Tuesday said they have broken up a fake marriage ring that paired Portuguese women with Nigerian men who paid thousands of euros for a chance to gain EU residency.
Alleged thief beaten by a dozen men, stabbed twice in the abdomen and left for dead.
Three members of the same family died in a volcanic crater in Pozzuoli, near Naples, Italian police said on Tuesday.
A tax deduction for expenses incurred traveling to work should also be valid for shorter journeys, says Denmark’s eco-friendly Alternative party – provided those journeys are made by bicycle.
Insolvent Air Berlin was forced to cancel dozens of flights on Tuesday after "an exceptionally high number" of pilots called in sick, prompting the airline to accuse staff of sabotaging rescue talks.
Automakers in Germany are leading the way on electric car battery technology. But not everyone is convinced that German automakers need to produce their own costly e-car batteries.
'Our country has over 10 million residents with varying backgrounds and experiences, and different dreams for the future,' King Carl XVI Gustaf noted at the opening of the 2017-18 Riksdag session.
Following in the footsteps of other big tech companies like Amazon and Microsoft, Google now plans to introduce cloud services from Germany.
The clothes worn at Oktoberfest contain a few useful hints to help you find love, if you know how to read them.
After Norway’s conservative parties won a majority in Monday’s general election, reelected PM Erna Solberg could now face a tricky negotiating task if she is to form an effective government.
What drives someone to spend over a month sleeping outdoors in protest? The Local spent 24 hours with refugee youngsters on Stockholm's streets to find out why they are so strongly against deportations to Afghanistan.
The makers of the hit international film series which includes "New York, I Love You" and "Paris, je t'aime" are about to create an ode to a new city – Malmö, in the south of Sweden.
About 400 exhausted and traumatised survivors of Hurricane Irma arrived in France and the Netherlands on Monday aboard military planes.
A court in Palermo has 'suspended' the result of the regional primaries of the Five Star Movement party, presenting a potential setback just two months ahead of the Sicilian regional elections.
The tennis champ has waded into the political row and slammed plans for a referendum.
The Swiss federal price watchdog has opened formal proceedings against hotel booking platform Booking.com for what it deems are abusive fees paid by Swiss hoteliers using the website.
Macron's visit to the islands of St Martin and St Barts comes almost a week since Hurricane Irma roared over the region.
The wreckage of a PC-7 plane belonging to the Swiss army was found on the Schreckhorn mountain on Tuesday afternoon after going missing that morning.
Sales of Puy lentils are on the rise in the UK, all because of Prince George's school lunch menu.
A new book provides valuable insight into how a surge of separatist feeling has gripped Catalonia and put it on a collision course with Madrid.
An Italian competition to find the best gelato in the world has come to the conclusion after three years of searching, that when it comes to perfect ice cream, there's no place like home.
Almost one in ten road users jump red lights, according to a new survey.
German prosecutors on Tuesday sought a life sentence for the surviving female member of a neo-Nazi trio accused of a string of racist murders that targeted mainly Turkish immigrants.
During a meet-the-voter TV show on Monday night, an 18-year-old from Cologne asked Chancellor Angela Merkel a question on late abortion that hit on a sensitive ethical debate.
A list of names obtained by Danish police has led to six men being accused of joining terror group Islamic State.
The mural was one of three the street artist made in the French town on the theme of migrants.
If you've ever regretted hopping into a cab because you can't face walking home in the rain then CleverShuttle have a ride-sharing solution which won't burn a hole in your pocket or the Ozone.
The couple pedalled furiously for 12 days to reach the pretty port town of Honfleur.
The biggest Swedish military exercise in over 20 years has started in Gothenburg, with French and US air defence units as well as other overseas troops joining the Swedes in a drill of more than 20,000 military personnel.
The company, which employs 31,000 worldwide, says moving to Paris makes sense as the city is already a major base for Chubb.
Tensions are mounting along the EU's only land borders with Africa on the Moroccan coast.
Hostility and discrimination towards Muslim people in Switzerland is on the rise, the Federal Commission against Racism (FCR) said on Monday during a conference at the University of Fribourg.
Danish police temporarily evacuated and blocked off a terminal at Copenhagen airport early Tuesday as they investigated a suspicious piece of luggage, police and airport officials said.
Search teams on Tuesday morning found the body of a 67-year-old man killed in heavy flooding in the Tuscan city of Livorno over the weekend.
The red-green parties in Norway are reported to have gained 7,000 more votes overall than their conservative opponents, who nonetheless won the parliamentary majority.
Many of the 33 people injured on Monday when a train engine collided with carriages at Andermatt station were schoolchildren, police and media reports said.
Catalan youths, who have grown up during a time of surging support for independence, turned out in droves for a huge rally on Monday to demand their region break away from Spain.
A whole new challenge awaits former AS Roma legend Francesco Totti as the Serie A club return to the Champions League group stage on Tuesday against Atletico Madrid.
Sweden's mountain rescue services were called out 133 times this summer to help hill walkers in need.
A 17-year-old boy who was stabbed at a gym in southern Sweden has died from his injuries.
We long gave up hope for a full Abba reunion concert, but maybe this is the second-best option?
Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg claimed a narrow victory in Norway's legislative elections on Monday, saying voters had given her "a mandate for four more years".