A proposed financial transactions tax that France hopes other European countries will also adopt is likely to be ineffective and difficult to implement, analysts say.
French fans of Whitney Houston joined others around the world to mourn the loss of the 48-year-old singer at the weekend, while also remembering a remarkable encounter live on French TV.
A mayor's plan to erect a bronze statue of France's first lady has not been universally welcomed by local residents.
Several of the recent killings in Malmö have been linked to financial fraud and fake companies trading online, according to sources close to the ongoing murder investigations.
Finland's Jari-Matti Latvala won the Rally of Sweden near Hagfors in western Sweden on Sunday, clinching the sixth win of his career and the second in Sweden.
German investigators have asked for US help in their investigation of the neo-Nazi terror group based in Zwickau, the magazine Focus reported Sunday.
The death of pop star Whitney Houston, 48, has prompted German fans to write about their love for her music -- and their hate for the addictions that plagued the star's life.
After losing five games in a row -- the last one Saturday with no goals to VfB Stuttgart's five, Berlin's Hertha BSC fired its new coach Michael Skibbe, the Tagessppiegel newspaper reported Sunday.
An earthquake that reached 4.2 on the Richter scale struck Switzerland Saturday evening, reaching parts of southwestern Germany as well.
Horst Seehofer, the head of the Christian Social Union party, wants Germans to vote on whether the euro should be saved or not and is calling for a change to Germany’s Basic Law, or Constitution, to allow that to happen.
A 24-year-old teacher has been remanded into custody on suspicion of child rape after admitting that he had sexual relations with a number of teenage pupils, according to a report in the Aftonbladet daily.
A sci-fi black comedy about Nazis from the moon invading Planet Earth is one of the hottest tickets at the Berlin film festival, which is better known for its gritty political fare.
Medicinal cannabis is now available as a prescription medicine in Sweden after the Medical Products Agency (Läkemedelsverket) approved a cannabis-based mouth spray for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS).
A man has been arrested in Gävle in northern Sweden on suspicion of having stolen a 20-year-old's wallet while doling out an impromptu hug in an apparent copycat attack of a gang operating in Stockholm.