The E45 motorway near Vojens was closed early Tuesday afternoon after a rock was thrown from a motorway bridge by three people.
A Swedish municipality has hit back after it was criticized for offering a man and his three wives housing in apartments bought for more than 13.9 million kronor ($1.75 million) in total.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund, the largest in the world, on Tuesday reached the value of $1 trillion dollars for the first time, the Norwegian central bank, which manages the fund, said.
French authorities evacuated hundreds of migrants from a wood on the northern coast near Calais on Tuesday over fears it could become a magnet for others hoping to head to Britain.
But what the French are choosing to watch will worry the country's cinema industry.
Naked people pretending to be giraffes standing between cars or acting like monkeys climbing trees have become a regular sight in Stuttgart this summer, due to an artistic campaign in the name of nature and freedom.
Ryanair has announced its complete list of cancellations until the end of October.
Angela Merkel’s chief of staff said on Tuesday that dissatisfied voters were better off staying at home on election day than giving their vote to the Alternative for Germany (AfD).
France's Catholic church once again rocked by scandal.
A schoolgirl in the capital city had a slice of luck on Tuesday when she found a purse with €14,000 in it on the U-Bahn and immediately brought it to the police.
Spanish police carried out searches on Tuesday across Girona, a fiefdom of Catalonia's pro-separatist president Carles Puigdemont, as part of probe into suspected graft at a local water company, police said.
Will Turkish voters listen to Erdogan and try to sabotage Merkel in the elections?
Last month Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on Turkish voters to boycott three of Germany’s major political parties. We have looked into how much impact that statement is likely to have.
Swimming has been banned on certain beaches in western France after deadly sea creatures are washed up.
Italian motorcycling ace Valentino Rossi has returned to training just 18 days after suffering a double leg fracture, his Movistar Yahama team confirmed.
A former German intelligence agent who was also an ex-gay porn actor was on Tuesday given a one-year suspended sentence for attempting to share state secrets while pretending to be a jihadist online.
In the return of our My Danish Career series, we spoke with Sharon Hatting, who found her niche as a freelance hairdresser – a relatively unknown phenomenon in the Scandinavian country.
Sweden's Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has revealed what he plans to tell US President Donald Trump when they meet.
Spanish police on Monday seized more than 100,000 posters promoting a planned independence referendum in Catalonia, while prosecutors summoned mayors who have agreed to help hold the disputed vote.
Are French doctors overly critical?
A Frenchwoman whose arms were sliced off in a train accident and then successfully reattached has spoken out for the first time about the ordeal.
A 63-year-old man has been placed under investigation in northern Italy after his dogs mauled his one-year-old granddaughter to death.
An American national has admitted his role in the violent attack on French police.
A young asylum seeker who fled to Sweden from Afghanistan, shares his story.
Rome's mayor has announced measures from surveillance cameras to reduced taxi fares for women aimed at tackling gendered violence.
A donkey trekking company in the Savoie region of France has been left devastated after a Swiss hunter mistook four of its donkeys for prey and shot at them.
Former Social Democrat (SPD) politician Linus Förster confessed in a Bavarian court on Monday to most of the accusations of sexual abuse of several woman against him.
Ryanair has published a list of all flights that will be cancelled up to and including October 28th, including a total of 70 flights to and from Denmark.
Avoid ghastly gaffs in French-speaking Switzerland by reading our handy guide.
Spain has ordered North Korea's ambassador to leave the country by September 30th in protest over Pyongyang's nuclear tests, which it has criticised as "a serious threat to peace".
Norway’s prime minister Erna Solberg spoke about menstruation at an anti-poverty event in New York City on Monday.
Swedish fintech startup iZettle has been awarded 30 million euros in debt funding from the European Investment Bank to develop financial tools for small businesses.
Alberto Contador and Ivan Basso helped unveil plans Monday for a challenging start to the 2018 Giro d'Italia in Israel, the first time one of cycling's three major races will begin outside Europe.
The cantonal parliament of St Gallen on Monday voted to adopt a bill that would ban people from covering their face in public, including women wearing the burqa.
France is still hopeful it can put a stop to US plans to leave the climate accord.
German carmakers are showing off their self-driving cars at the IAA international auto show in Frankfurt, but most people in the car-mad country have yet to be convinced by the technology.
Low-cost airline Ryanair has announced that up to 50 flights each day will be cancelled until the end of October, sparking travel chaos across Europe with all the airports it uses in Italy hit by the cancellations.
Aerospace giant Airbus on Monday formally rejected fraud allegations levelled by Austria over a two-billion-euro ($2.3 billion) deal for Eurofighter jets, calling the accusations "factitious".
Work on the new security measure for the world's most visited monument has begun.
Angela Merkel is not known for her soaring rhetoric. But the phrase "Wir schaffen das" (we can do it), used to describe the refugee crisis, came to define her third term as Chancellor. Will it help secure her a fourth term?
Pirelli will be relisted on the Milan bourse on October 4th following the biggest new share offer in Europe this year, the tyremaker announced on Monday.
Germany's bone-hard stance on Europe's response to dealing with Greece's debt mountain has hardly endeared it to a nation labouring under the effects of austerity that multiple bailouts have engendered.
Swedish police have confirmed they received an anonymous tip-off warning that a neo-Nazi group was planning to march through Gothenburg two days before it took place, but failed to act on the information.
Prosecutors have opened an investigation into why two people tried to cram about 100,000 euros in 500 euro notes down toilets in three Geneva restaurants and an office of banking giant UBS.
Police launch attempted murder investigation after ‘explosive object’ is thrown at Gothenburg apartment
An attempted murder investigation has been launched after an explosive object was thrown at an apartment in Gothenburg.
"Someone took measures to hide information," an FSB colonel admitted regarding documents Wallenberg's family want to see.
Getting more foreigners to become politically integrated in Sweden should be a key issue in the build-up to the 2018 election, argue migration professor Pieter Bevelander and political scientist Mikael Spång.