Very few doctors in Denmark are willing to prescribe medicinal cannabis oil under a new trial scheme, according to a report.
Wine production is at "historically low" levels in France but what does that really mean?
France's state of emergency will officially end this week, so how did authorities make use of its powers?
Police have arrested the head of a company based in Seville after finding more than 1,000 kilograms of cocaine hidden in a shipment of plasterboard panels.
A man who was attempting to sail solo from Sweden to Spain has been rescued after a huge search and rescue mission.
The United Nations on Tuesday named Knut Østby as its new interim relief coordinator in Myanmar as the government continues to block demands that humanitarian workers be allowed to reach Muslim Rohingya in Rakhine state.
Norwegian authorities said Tuesday they had recovered the body of one of the eight people aboard a Russian helicopter that crashed in Norway's Svalbard archipelago last week.
The city's transport authorities want Geneva residents to adopt British politeness when using public transport.
The Swedish government wants to better protect the country's police officers, with Justice Minister Morgan Johansson outlining plans to crack down further on gang crime.
Carles Puigdemont gave his first press conference on Tuesday October 31st since arriving in Belgium.
Fake number service prompted a barrage of hate messages.
Migrant arrivals in Italy have dropped nearly 70 percent since summer as a deal with Libya blocks boats and would-be asylum seekers use other routes into Europe.
Despite their humble status on the pitch, Dalkurd's international following makes them the most-supported club in Sweden by a distance. Their founder told The Local about their social goals.
The bodies of five people, believed to be a couple and their three children were found on a pig farm in north eastern France on Tuesday. All five were killed by gun shots.
Critics say France's Catholic heritage is being slowly wiped out.
More good news on the French economy
Organizers cited fears that American white nationalist Richard Spencer might be denied entry to Sweden.
There are some fairly important changes happening in France in November.
Italy's Silvio Berlusconi is under investigation for alleged involvement in mafia bombings that terrorised the country in 1993, the former prime minister's lawyer said on Tuesday.
Puigdemont says he accepts the new elections and implies he also accepts the charges against him; Spain's Constitutional Court has suspended Catalonia's declaration of independence and Spanish police have been inside several headquarters of the regional police, the Mossos d'Esquadra, seeking evidence of sedition.
Are the French freaked out by the quintessential American celebration of Halloween or do they embrace it?
A bitter row over a medieval anti-Semitic carving on a church wall risks overshadowing Germany's celebrations on Tuesday to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the seismic theological shift started by German theologian Martin Luther.
The city of Zurich has misplaced more than 900 works of art from its public collection over the years, Swiss media reported on Tuesday.
The son-in-law of Toto Riina, one of Italy’s most notorious mafia bosses, is endeavouring to raise money via Facebook, saying he’s struggling to survive since his business was confiscated by police.
What exactly is Carles Puigdemont doing in Belgium? And have former Catalan officials given up their posts out of fear of the repercussions from the Spanish state, or do they know something we don't?
Copenhagen Municipality’s department for jobs and integration did not take systematic steps to place gang members receiving social welfare at work, according to a report.
Carles Puigdemont, who was removed from office as Catalonia's president last week by Madrid's central government, spoke with a lawyer in Belgium on Monday as Spanish prosecutors sought rebellion charges against the region's separatist leaders.
The Vatican is to host a high-level international conference on nuclear weapons in November set to be dominated by the escalating confrontation between the US and North Korea.
Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco called on his players to have "the same mentality" against Chelsea in Tuesday's Champions League game in Rome as in London two weeks ago.
It's the third biggest loss in any one year since the beginning of records a century ago.
German police on Tuesday arrested a Syrian man suspected of preparing a terror attack using powerful explosives, prosecutors said, almost one year after a deadly jihadist truck rampage at a Berlin Christmas Market.
Prosecutors in the trial of the brother of the Islamist radical who shot dead seven people in 2012 have called for him to be jailed for life.
Norway’s Telemark County wants to host the Winter Olympics in 2026.
The number of people taking the train over the Öresund Bridge between Sweden and Denmark has increased, while the number choosing to drive over the crossing dropped.
More misery for commuters on the RER A on Tuesday.
Drastic action is needed to achieve targets set by the Paris climate agreement, it said.
More EU citizens than ever before are eligible to vote in upcoming regional and municipal elections in Denmark.
The American diplomat has been touted as a future candidate for top positions in the Trump administration including secretary of state.
Police have yet to make an arrest after a man was shot dead in the Nacka area of Sweden's capital.
"Halloween is the time when I begin to feel the most disconnected from my native country and its traditions as I experienced them growing up."