After a government climbdown, refugees will no longer have to surrender their wedding rings
From midnight on Sunday, travellers attempting to pass without relevant documents will be refused entry into Sweden.
Budapest could send troops to stop refugees crossing from Serbia.
A list of inhospitable regulations is meant to deter refugees from traveling to the country.
The news from Europe you may have missed this week.
A new study found that water-resistant chemicals used in food packaging could increase risk of miscarriage.
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.
The art installation comes as the country's birth rate is in steep decline.
The study casts doubt on the theory that welfare states encourage a culture of 'scrounging'.
Russia's ambassador to Denmark made the comments in an opinion piece published in a Danish national newspaper.
The new film by Oscar-winning Danish director Susanne Bier crowbars open our worst anxieties about our children.
Lars Vilks, who has a $100,000 terrorist bounty on his head, went into hiding following February's Copenhagen shooting.
Both the Conservative People's Party and the anti-immigration Danish People's Party have backed the idea.
Professor Graugaard proposes to reinvent sex education in the classroom, an idea that divides public opinion in the UK.
"Time for tackling climate change is now," said Apple as company announces €1.7 billion in green data centres.
El-Hussein's account was visible until Monday, and a 'remembering' epithet had been posted above his name.
Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter reported the state prosecutor believed the suspects sent money to Islamic State.
'Israel is your home,' said Netanyahu to Europe's Jews last week, a vision not shared by all.
"Our voices must be louder than the sound of bullets," says Ukrainian FEMEN activist Inna Shevchenko.