Some worry about those Russians in Finland's military as Moscow's incursions progress.
Italy's opera crisis has been deepening over the last 18 months.
Danish companies pioneer diversity by breaking barriers and hiring people with disabilities.
Frank Jensen likes to run, ride his bicycle, have brunch in Hamlet's castle and watch his beloved Liverpool FC.
As climate change makes northern Europe warmer, Saxony is aiming to supplant the vineyards of France and Italy.
Greece is unable to react to Turkey's trespassing into its territory due to lack in military funding.
Leading western venture capitalists, including Richard Branson, are investing heavily in Estonian startups.
Södertälje has welcomed 8,000 refugees in the last 12 years.
Angela Merkel may be Ed Miliband's next ally as he criticises David Cameron's approach to the European Union.
Hewn out of a mountain, Olavsvern, Norway, is one of the most impregnable hideouts in the world.
Barrack rooms and battle drills will be shared as every 17-year-old gets his or her papers in a first for Europe and NATO.
'Israel is your home,' said Netanyahu to Europe's Jews last week, a vision not shared by all.
The refugee boy who calls himself Han Song claims to have travelled 7000km to Sweden by truck, rail and foot.
After 200 people were killed ten years ago, the state introduced radical integration policies that have paid off.
Fringe politicians now make up a fifth of MEPs - and Russia is looking to make friends.
Russia is deploying troops and testing missiles in the polar region, poised to commandeer its massive energy reserves
Putin's air force and navy have repeatedly intimidated its neighbours, who are mounting an armed response
Hans Modrow, East Germany's last communist leader, is still angry 25 years on as he recounts the chaos of his country's collapse
The tiny nation with a 'government start-up' mentality will be the first to offer e-residency in a bid to raise its profile and attract foreign investment
Sweden, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are all reporting massively increased military trespassing by the Russian military
There are 100 Danes fighting in Syria but those who come back are treated more like rebellious teenagers than hostile soldiers beyond redemption