A Swedish woman in her 80s has become an unlikely social media hero after a video showed the octogenarian ploughing her shopping cart through a group of neo-Nazis.
The referendum-that-wasn’t may be over, but the stakes remain high.
About 10,000 people in Berlin were forced to leave their homes on Monday as bomb disposal units prepared to defuse an unexploded World War II bomb.
According to a court judgement in North Rhine-Westphalia published on Monday, bread rolls and coffee aren’t considered a complete breakfast and therefore not subject to taxation.
A 29-year-old Zurich resident hung the flag of the famous Tennessee-based whiskey on his roof. His neighbours however, thinking it was something else, allegedly accused him of being linked to Islamic extremism.
Lindenbuel school in Volketswil was evacuated on Monday October 2nd by police after teachers reported that several children were suffering from respiratory problems.
At least 40 patients at Norwegian psychiatric treatment units have been treated with electric therapy over the last three years without giving consent, a report has revealed.
The city took home the 2017 accolade, completing a hat trick of awards in the last four years.
This is the story of Franz Reichelt a tailor who, in 1912, jumped off the Eiffel Tower to test a wearable parachute he had invented. But his test went horribly wrong.
Denmark’s foreign minister Anders Samuelsen declined to criticise Spanish authorities over reported violence in connection with Catalonia’s independence referendum.
The cost of rent for students in Germany is getting more and more expensive.
The Swedish Academy has set the date for the announcement of this year's winner of the Nobel Literature Prize.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri fears the use of video refereeing is turning football into a long-drawn out American sports extravaganza after the Serie A champions drew 2-2 at Atalanta.
An Italian woman has died from poisoning believed to have been caused by inhaling fumes from pigeon excrement, according to local media reports.
The attacker was released after being arrested fo shoplifting in Lyon days before the double murder in Marseille.
The UN human rights chief said he was disturbed by the violence during a police crackdown on the banned independence referendum in the Spanish region of Catalonia and urged Madrid to investigate any possible misconduct.
US banking giant Citigroup has requested a licence in France for brokerage activities which it is planning to move out of London after Brexit, a senior executive was quoted as saying by a French business daily Monday.
Bayern Munich again threw away a two-goal lead in the draw at Hertha Berlin as the Bundesliga giants seek a replacement for fired coach Carlo Ancelotti.
Two young women knifed to death outside Marseille train station on Sunday were cousins.
Can a fruit fly get jet lag and why do I feel weird after a switch from summer to winter time?
Real estate markets in several major cities are heating up and some face risks of a bubble, with Toronto topping the list, according to a study from Swiss bank UBS released on September 28th.
Spain will do "everything within the law" to prevent Catalonia from declaring independence.
The European Commission on Monday urged all sides in the crisis over Catalonia's banned independence referendum to move "very swiftly" to dialogue.
Events in Catalonia on Sunday made for some interesting coverage in the Spanish press, with widely divided opinions on what had gone down.
One side of the 240-metre mural project in Neuchâtel will feature some of the world's most famous thinkers and literary figures, from Alexandre Dumas to Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Mary Shelley.
In 1984, Yugoslavian Naum Conevski murdered two youths at Femøren on the island of Amager in Copenhagen. The Danish High Court will on Monday begin its assessment of an appeal for his release.
Germany celebrates 27 years of reunification on Tuesday. But after almost three decades, only one in every two citizens thinks unity exists between the east and the west, a new survey shows.
Italy has two regional referendums of its own scheduled for later this month - so how did Italian politicians react to the scenes in Catalonia on Sunday?
The volume of ice in glaciers was heavily reduced during the hydrological year 2016/2017.
Parisians are taking action against a mayor's plans to scare away their pigeons.
Hundreds of thousands of passengers across Europe risked being stranded after Monarch Airlines, which has three routes from Stockholm to the UK, went into administration.
The winners of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Medicine have been revealed in Stockholm.
A 17-year-old Russian citizen who caused a bomb scare in Oslo earlier this year will not face terror charges when his trial begins on Monday.
It's a new month - and that means a slightly new France. Here are the little but potentially important changes.
At the largest pumpkin festival in the world on Sunday, a Bavarian team became this year’s German champions with a pumpkin that was heavier than them all at 792.5 kilograms.
With the 2018 Nobel Prizes kicking off this week, let's take a closer look at how the will of one man was behind it all.
There are plenty of ways to save money in Italy. Here's a guide to the money-saving hacks that will keep you within your budget.
Pope Francis has changed Canon law so that translations of liturgical texts are approved by local bishops' conferences, rather than needing Vatican approval. So why is this important? Joanne M. Pierce, a professor of Religious Studies, explains.
Front pages from around the world showed images of police violence at polling stations in Catalonia on Sunday as Catalans went to vote in a referendum banned by the government of Spain.
More than 40 unions and Catalan associations called a region-wide strike for Tuesday, after a major police crackdown on a banned independence referendum.
A deadly fire ripped through a social housing block in the eastern French city of Mulhouse on Sunday night killing five, including four children.
A terror expert warned however that it isn't the number, but who is returning that is important.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont said on Sunday night that the northeastern Spanish region he governs had "won the right to an independent state" after "millions" turned out to vote in a banned independence referendum.
Ulf Kristersson is tasked with turning the party's fortunes around ahead of the September 2018 general election.
‘I think we’ve gone overboard with trying to keep kids safe’: a Swedish mum’s secret for raising healthy kids
Swedish author Linda Åkeson McGurk had moved to the US and felt completely integrated in American society. Until she had a baby, that is...