Officials with the US Air Force have said they still want to apprehend a former US airman who claims he has been living a secret life in Sweden for 28 years after deserting from a US military base in Germany.
Cologne authorities are bracing themselves for a telling off after suggesting teachers in the city pay up to €50 a month to park their cars at school, it was reported on Monday.
A German man who locked himself out of his house while sleep walking naked grabbed a doormat to hid his privates before flagging down a car and calling the police.
An Ikea store near London has come under fire for its policy of questioning drivers about whether or not they are “gypsies” before allowing them entry to the store's car park.
A Camoin painting worth about €13,000 has been found in a bush in Isère, near Lyon, five years after it was stolen from a Fedex truck.
Confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik has shown his psychiatrists some of the love letters and messages of support he has received since killing 77 people in dual terrorist attacks last July.
A 28-year-old man sentenced to 12 years in prison in April for murdering his best friend has had his conviction overturned on appeal, but was nevertheless found guilty of having thrown the victim's body in a sewer.
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt repeated on Monday his opposition to so-called eurobonds, insisting it was the wrong way to go in fighting the crisis crippling the eurozone.
German priests are rebelling over accepting remarried divorcees into their churches, forcing a confrontation between their bishop and Catholic authorities.
The chief economist at Germany's second largest bank, Commerzbank, said on Monday he thinks Greece will no longer be using the euro in five years time.
She wore red roses in her hair, he donned his huge orange sunglasses -- Burma's democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday met one of her biggest fans, U2 frontman and activist rock star Bono.
The Centre Party on Monday morning replaced two of its cabinet members in the governing red-green coalition in a move party leader Liv Signe Navarsete said was aimed at freshening up her team ahead of the 2013 elections.
An 800-year-old shipwreck has been found by divers off the south coast of Sweden, prompting archaeologists to ponder the potential treasures inside.
German power giant RWE will build no more nuclear power stations - not only in Germany, where nuclear power is to be phased out by 2022 - but anywhere in the world, the company announced on Monday.
French police have seized 140 kilograms of khat in Paris, foiling an attempt to smuggle the drug between Holland and the United States.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested following the violent assault and rape of an 83-year-old woman in the centre of Marseilles.
A 37-year-old man who crashed his car in a ditch in central Sweden on early Saturday morning has refused to leave his vehicle, causing passing drivers to believe they had seen a corpse in a stranded car.
Some eight thousand demonstrators took to the streets of Zurich on Saturday for the Gay Pride march through the city.
Northern German fishermen are hiring private security guards and putting microchips into eels in an attempt to tackle poachers who are emptying their lakes of fish.
After a “lifeless” hand was reported hanging from a balcony in eastern Sweden, police broke into the flat only to make an unexpected discovery.
Twin rivalries – one political, the other amorous – doomed Ségolène Royal, former partner of French President François Hollande, to suffer a humiliating defeat in Sunday's legislative polls.
The canton of Vaud has voted in favour of allowing assisted suicide to take place in nursing homes, making it the first formal Swiss law on the subject.
The national voting on Sunday resulted in a triple no to referendums on international treaties, managed care and extended shop opening times.
Swedish captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic boosted his side's morale in timely fashion on Sunday by declaring he had no intention of retiring from international football despite their early exit from Euro 2012.
Of all the quarter-final clashes at Euro 2012, Germany versus Greece will be the most closely watched, with the tie being seen through the prism of the sovereign debt crisis threatening the eurozone.
Burma democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi said on Saturday that winning the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize while under house arrest "opened up a door in my heart," encouraging her to continue her struggle.
Aung San Suu Kyi received another hero's welcome as many thousands cheered the Burma democracy icon on Sunday in a Norwegian fjord town that has a long connection with her freedom struggle.
Internet activist collective Anonymous released a video on Sunday evening ridiculing the police's latest raids against the group across Germany.
Burma's democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi will meet on Monday one of her biggest fans at a Norwegian peace forum -- Bono, the U2 frontman and activist rock star who has written a song about her.
The road was clear Monday for France's Socialists to push through their tax-and-spend agenda to battle the eurozone debt crisis after clinching an absolute majority in parliamentary polls. But the results included upsets for Ségolène Royal and Marine le Pen.
Authorities at the Kolmården zoo have put a stop to any close contact with their park's wolves after a female zookeeper was mauled and killed by a pack of wolves on Sunday.
The people of Munich voted against the construction of a third runway in a referendum held on Sunday. The result is a sharp slap in the face for the leading parties in the Bavarian capital.
Police and bomb technicians have launched an investigation into the explosion that rocked a busy nightclub in central Sweden in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Eurozone countries extended Sunday a hand of compromise to Greece after the victory of parties supporting the country's international bailout, signalling some flexibility on the painful reforms.
A 53-year-old Danish man reported to be a member of the Outlaws criminal gang was found dead in a truck in southern Sweden on Sunday.