A French worker on the minimum wage would have to spend an entire month's salary to get the new iPhone.
A police officer was stabbed to death in Valencia as he attempted to arrest a man suspected of killing a man and leaving his chopped up corpse in a suitcase on a city street.
Most of the works of art were stolen from churches in southern Italy and some are nearly 500 years old.
To the bewilderment of anyone who isn't British, an incredibly generic-sounding reality TV show called Love Island took the UK by storm this summer. Will the format also be a success in Deutschland?
Set up after the Second World War, the Anglo-German Club in Hamburg claims to act as a bridge across the North Sea. But its male-only membership policy has led Brits in the port city to call it a “dinosaur”.
Spain's state prosecutor has ordered a criminal probe of Catalan mayors who cooperate with an October 1st independence referendum deemed illegal by Madrid and threatened to arrest those who do not comply.
Ferries and trains have been cancelled in southern Sweden as the region prepares to be battered by a storm.
Authorities in Egypt have arrested a lawyer whose human rights group opposes enforced disappearances and is linked to one such case involving murdered Italian student Giulio Regeni, officials said on Wednesday September 13th.
On Wednesday the trial started of two men who allegedly sexually assaulted pop singer Jim Reeves so violently last year that he died a painful death due to the injuries.
Pupils might be asked to deposit their phones in secure boxes when arriving at school in a possible new move from the French government.
A survey by Italy's national association of notaries, which monitors charity donations in Italy, found that 32 million people donated to a cause in the last year.
The two parties in Sweden's coalition government are divided over calls for an amnesty for young Afghans being deported from the country.
International art exhibition documenta in Kassel is on the brink of insolvency just days before it comes to a close on Sunday.
Correspondents for The Local Italy spoke to a people smuggler in southern Libya who said Italy's plans to pay people not to engage in human trafficking are working. But he expects the lull to be temporary.
A Paris district is resorting to birds of prey to try and chase off hordes of pigeons wreaking havoc on rooftops.
Tuesday's protests don't seem to have convinced the government.
Heavy winds with gale force gusts are predicted to hit Denmark on Wednesday.
It's time to batten down the hatches in north east France.
"When animals and plants are endangered and threatened by extinction, unfortunately their value on the black market rises."
The production, sale or distribution of images or content related to fascism or nazism could now be punished with prison sentences.
The committee in favour of a ban has succeeded in gathering the required number of signatures to push the issue to a referendum.
Six people have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after an 18-year-old women suffered serious injuries near Oslo on Tuesday.
Swedish teenagers should be allowed to sleep longer in the morning and start school later, according to researchers, who point to evidence that students' health and performance would improve as a result.
French police have thwarted a dozen terror attacks since the start of the year, the interior minister claims.
The German town of Peenemuende, population 250, has no school, no supermarket and none of the refugees who have streamed into the country in the last two years.
After making headlines with his installation of a Mexican toddler on the US-Mexico border, French artist JR is going back to his roots.
Denmark’s immigration minister Inger Støjberg says that parents of non-Western heritage who force their children to visit their home countries are “not committed to Denmark”.
Berlin's scandal-plagued BER airport project, now delayed five years with no opening date in sight, has become the laughing stock of Germany, but things are about to get more complicated.
Eight Afghans expelled from Germany arrived in Kabul on Wednesday as Berlin resumed deportations of rejected asylum seekers from the war-torn country months after a huge truck bomb hit the Afghan capital.
The number of migrants arriving in Spain so far this year has soared more than 88 percent from the same period in 2016, Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido said onTuesday.
With only just over a week to go until the Swiss people vote on a significant reform to the country’s pension system, the polls are neck and neck.
Stuttgart is more relaxing than any other city across the globe, while Hanover is also pretty chill, a study released on Tuesday claims.
No sign has been found of Maelys de Araujo since she vanished last month.
A package containing porcelain was reported as suspicious by a passenger at Bornholm Airport on Wednesday morning, resulting in a large area being closed off.
A series of crashes in western Germany were caused by a dramatic change in weather confusing drivers. In one of the pileups, two people died.
‘Returning life to normal is the absolute priority’: Macron visits Caribbean in wake of Hurricane Irma
'Now is not the time for controversy,' Macron said. 'Returning life to normal is the absolute priority.'
Austrian former Olympic judo champion Peter Seisenbacher, wanted on charges of child sex abuse, was freed by Ukrainian justice officials pending an extradition hearing, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli's voice soars to the rafters of the Tuscan theatre, but all eyes are on the orchestral conductor beside him - a robot with an apparent penchant for Verdi.
Melting permafrost on Svalbard could trigger the release of a disease many believe to be long consigned to the past.
Austria will extradite the alleged boss of a Russian crime gang wanted by Moscow for a string of murders after a court rejected his appeal on Tuesday.
The pilot of the PC-7 military plane that crashed in the Swiss Alps on Tuesday has been found dead at the crash site.
Insolvent airline Air Berlin cancelled 32 flights on Wednesday due to numerous pilots calling in sick, leaving passengers affected by cancellations and delays for the second day in a row.
In an impassioned pro-EU plea, Austria's president Alexander Van der Bellen urged voters on Tuesday to "carefully consider" their choice in October elections, which look set to return the far-right to power.
Spanish police temporarily evacuated Barcelona's Sagrada Familia church and nearby businesses on Tuesday after a van parked nearby prompted a bomb scare which they said turned out to be a "false alarm".
Nestled between Calabria and the Amalfi coast lies Palinuro, a small seaside resort with beautiful coves and beaches. If you want to make it your home, our property of the week could be for you.
A Swedish man in his mid-20s is being held in Barcelona on suspicion of a series of sexual assaults.
Lund in southern Sweden is home to the country's second-oldest university after Uppsala. If you're new to the town and to Sweden, find out where to study for your exams over a coffee and cinnamon roll.
Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie has apologized for blurting out a racial slur while playing a livestreamed video game.