The outdoor weather is clearly over, so why not check out some of the best indoor treats in Paris? Here are some museums you may not have heard about before.
There are going to be some disappointed ambassadors out there.
Italian luxury carmaker Ferrari said on Thursday its net profit had surged by nearly a quarter in the three months to September, outpacing expectations, and predicted a smooth ride for the rest of the year.
The famous TV host said in a statement that he needs to take a time-out to think about the situation he now finds himself in.
Warrants have also been requested for four other members of his deposed government with him in Brussels. Judge Carmen Lamela has to decide whether to grant the requests or not.
France has said it would temporarily raise taxes on the profits of big companies after being hit with a hefty bill for an unlawful levy on dividends.
Tom Tykwer, the German director behind "Cloud Atlas" and "Perfume" and the cult hit "Run Lola Run", will head the jury of next year's Berlin film festival, organisers said Thursday.
A shopping centre has been evacuated in Jönköping, southern Sweden after a fire broke out on Thursday afternoon.
Germany is one of the few European countries left which levies a tax on pooches. In Berlin, district coffers were enriched by more than €11 million through the ‘dog tax’ last year.
The Belgian lawyer hired by sacked Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont is a human rights specialist with a track record of defending suspected Basque militants from extradition to Spain.
Icelandic icon Björk will appear at the 2018 Northside festival in Aarhus.
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Is Spain worried Catalonia's independence push could spread to other regions, and how might the situation be solved? Political scientist Edu Bayón analyses the current state of play.
The Swiss defence ministry has admitted to a “communications breakdown” after it emerged that it had tested reconnaissance drones in the Golan Heights.
An analysis has revealed that as many as 15 percent of Copenhagen residents eligible to vote in Denmark’s upcoming municipal and regional elections are citizens of countries other than Denmark.
A team of paleontologists at Spain's National Museum of Natural Sciences (MNCN) and the Catalan Institute of Palaeontology (ICP) have discovered a previously unknown species of primitive giraffe after excavating a fossil from millions of years ago.
Spanish prosecutors called on Thursday for eight former members of Catalonia's deposed government to be detained.
The French row has reached Polish ears.
The trial of a "natural healer" who is accused of intoxicating a group of doctors at a convention near Hamburg in 2015 started on Thursday.
Nick Aldworth, head of counter terrorism with London Metropolitan Police, has voiced his concern over security against vehicle attacks on Oslo’s Karl Johans gate boulevard.
If you drive on the motorway and on country roads often, you may have noticed not only an increase in trucks, but that these vehicles hail from countries such as Poland, Czech Republic and Romania. This development highlights several issues.
The 34-year-old’s mother has asked authorities for permission to care for him at home after a four-month-long hunger strike left him hospitalized.
It's getting colder in France, but why not heat up your social calendar with a few of these events?
Unemployment in Germany held steady at historic lows in October, official data showed Thursday, suggesting Europe's largest economy can look forward to continuing good health.
Spain's Supreme Court said on Thursday it had adjourned until November 9th the hearings of former members of Catalonia's dissolved parliament including speaker Carme Forcadell at the request of their lawyers.
A cold and wet summer in Denmark was bad business for brewing giant Carlsberg, which sees profits rise when customers can enjoy a beer outside in the sun.
Macron has flexed his own literary muscle in his response to a British teen's poem about the Eiffel Tower...
The 17-year-old who injured six people with an axe in St Gallen has said he wanted to kill them.
Sweden plans to use digital 'geo-fences' in larger cities to protect against potential terror attacks.
Critics say the visit has complicated Swedish diplomacy on Syria after the lawmakers’ trip was used in regime propaganda purposes.
‘The more fuel you pour on the fire, the bigger it gets’: Catalan separatist leaders arrive for questioning in Madrid
Key politicians in the Catalan separatist movement turned up for questioning at courts in Madrid on Thursday, but president Carles Puigdemont was absent as expected.
Police recaptured three fugitives as they attempted to steal a boat.
Credit Suisse, Switzerland's second-biggest bank, said on Thursday that its net profit soared in the third quarter as it makes progress with an ambitious restructuring and cost-cutting programme.
The winters in Germany seemed longer for Michelle Purse than in her native Britain. Then she took up skiing, a pastime that helped her connect with Germans and the beautiful south German landscape.
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said Wednesday that about 20 people would be held under house arrest under a controversial anti-terror law that went into effect this week.
Swiss Federal Railways, SBB, is said to be planning to outlaw smoking at five stations in Switzerland from next month.
A month ago, residents of the Catalan village Dosrius were facing off against police in their struggle to break away from Spain. Now independence has been declared -- but nothing, they feel, has been gained.
A French court will rule whether the older brother of a jihadist who shot dead seven people in 2012 was complicit in the killings.
Granting residence permits to failed asylum seekers who are refused by their countries will avoid years of legal limbo and the creation of 'shadow societies', a new report says.
NFGL member Andrew Martin Niwagaba from Uganda recently assumed an important leadership position at Lund University. He shares the news and thoughts on his time in Sweden with SI News.
Spain is set for another day of high drama in the Catalonia crisis on Thursday with a judge in Madrid to grill the deposed leaders of the region's separatist government.
Three people have been arrested on suspicion of weapons possession after a police operation in a hotel in central Stockholm.
Switzerland has dropped a whopping 10 places in the annual Global Gender Gap Report produced by the Geneva-based World Economic Forum (WEF).
Swedish teacher Sara Hörberg explains how to master the many different uses of 'att'.