The UK joins the trend to require advance electronic paperwork to cross its borders.
Spain, among Europe's hardest-hit by recent droughts, is on the way to a better year as its reservoirs fill.
Eighty years later, Marseille remembers the roundup of thousands during the Occupation
A massive new bike parking facility is aimed at easing life for bicycle commuters in central Amsterdam
Eurostar and Thalys have completed their merger, but the company is still faced with post-pandemic and post-Brexit issues
Hemingway events and a visit to his home are part of a package for his fans
The ancient Roman arena suffered some damage as a 78-ton steel arc went out of control.
Ireland is ready for the inaugural of its new public holiday next month
60,000 tickets will help celebrate the 60th anniversary of a key Franco-German treaty
The project will build an operational prototype single-aisle plane with a radical new design.
New research indicates that the long-accepted site of Vermeer's residence was off by just a little.
Even with financing agreed, a number of "open points" are holding up the start of the new program.
Lufthansa's formal bid for ITA Airways sparks new merger speculation
The Mauritshuis museum is planning to show some of the entries while the original painting is on exhibit in Amsterdam.
Europe's new border control system will miss another deadline