Ah, Sweden, where kindly older men on their morning constitutionals disentangle distressed elks as a matter of course.
My husband's parents live in Spain, where ham is part of the culture — so when I turn it down, they take it as a symbol of bigger issues.
Carles Puigdemont and his former cabinet have been charged with sedition, rebellion and misuse of public funds, and could face sentences of up to 30 years in prison.
Austrian front-runner Sebastian Kurz, 31, who would become the EU's youngest leader, is expected to attempt to form a coalition with a far-right populist party that was long ostracized for its extreme nationalism.
On Sunday, Spanish police brutally cracked down on Catalans attempting to vote on whether to remain in Spain or form an independent country. Catalans have responded with massive protests against the central government's suppression.
Barcelona's mayor says at least 460 people have been injured as police have used force to try to prevent voting in Catalonia's independence referendum.
Laura Kuenssberg, one of the public broadcaster's top correspondents, was assigned protection during a Labour Party gathering after a series of threats.
The explosion sowed panic, disrupted service and drew a heavy police response; at least 22 people were hospitalized.
Gabrielle Deydier's book about being obese has ignited her native France. She tells Stefanie Marsh how her life has been a battle against "grossophobia," discrimination and verbal abuse — until now.
Byssus, or sea silk, is one of the most coveted materials in the world — but after more than 1,000 years in the same matrilineal family tree, this ancient thread may soon unravel.
More evidence has emerged about the death of Kim Wall, the Swedish journalist who died aboard a Danish inventor's submarine in August.
In the eyes of the public, these bike crews are a menace. But for the cyclists, mass ride-outs are a means of survival.
For some 2,500 years, residents of this mountainous village have used an astonishing language that only they understand. But there are only six people left who can 'speak' it.
A national law reflects growing tensions over the use of public space in historic cities.
Swamp soccer. Wife carrying. Phone throwing. The country used to be formidable in traditional sports, but has pivoted hard to the bizarre side of competition.
Regulators are reviewing loans from Deutsche Bank, which is also expecting to have to share information with the authorities investigating campaign ties to Russia.
As luxury condos proliferate across London, the evolving Tate Modern provides a model for the city's public spaces.
The country's economic resilience may have contributed to its political resilience.
Eurovision is like Europe's Super Bowl... if the Super Bowl were just the half-time show and all 50 states (plus Australia) duked it out over who had the best song. Here's what it's like to attend the contest as a visitor from the US of A.
European antitrust regulators slapped Google with a record €2.4 billion ($2.7 billion) fine on Tuesday.
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