Julian Assange has spent the past five years holed up in Ecuador’s embassy in London.
At Robin Hood Forest Kindergarten in Berlin, children spend half the day outside in the forest, learning about nature firsthand.
Britain's pro-Brussels brigade still looks Euroskeptic when compared with other Europeans of a similar age.
"The Misanthrope," written by Molière in 1666, is apparently a pretty big deal in France, and Emmanuel Macron knows the opening dialogue by heart. France's president-elect seems like a pretty good actor.
Nothing is more exciting to Europe and perplexing to outsiders than the annual Eurovision Song Contest. Google News Labs worked with a data journalist to predict this year's winner and generate a map that represents each country's equal voting power.
Macron, 39, a former economy minister who ran as a "neither left nor right" independent promising to shake up the French political system, took 65.1% to Le Pen’s 34.9%, according to initial projections from early counts.
Since 2005, every nuclear power station in the UK has had armed protection — the Civil Nuclear Constabulary. But why does such security exist, and what does the job entail?
"The French election is very important to the future of France and the values that we care so much about, because the success of France matters to the entire world," Obama said.
Majority of French people polled feel that centrist candidate outperformed far right leader in ill-tempered clash.
Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron have become symbols of either the ratification or the rejection of the populist wave that led to Brexit and Trump.
Far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen gave a speech on Monday that borrowed heavily from an April speech given by one of her former rivals, François Fillon.
You've probably never given much thought to the infrastructure surrounding the gadgets that measure our water use. But now you'll never hear the words "water meter pit" without thinking of this very strange commercial.
Police say two other officers wounded and attacker shot dead in incident described by François Hollande as "terrorist in nature."
Accurate radio reporting of British defeats helped win trust of German listeners
Only 4 percent of French people are satisfied with their current president, their unemployment rate is at about 10 percent, and oh dear oh no if this one goes poorly, it's going to have some bad consequences for Europe.
The number of Britons applying for Irish passports has increased by more than two-thirds, at least partly because of Brexit, Ireland’s foreign minister has said.
In Sweden and some parts of Finland, a traditional Easter involves children dressing up like witches and going door-to-door asking for treats — much like American kids do on Halloween.
For 70 years, Iceland has kept afloat the idea that mandatory swimming lessons save lives, but the policy doesn’t hold water.
Liberal America has a Swedish fetish, and it's misguided and weird.
Populism has been alive and well across Europe for years now, but the European migrant crisis has injected a new strain of nationalism into the movement.
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