Unnamed man holds up restaurant with blank-firing gun and makes off with €85
Residents fear the animals are being killed and tortured
Germany’s highest constitutional court said the spa pool had no right to exclude the man from a special discount aimed at locals
'As long as the legal situation stays as it is, our hands are unfortunately tied' police commander says
Tattooist tells court he did it ‘just because'
Landmark decision by Supreme Court says employers can fire those who wear a veil
Austrian finance minister says there will still be 28 member countries in five years' time
The alleged sexual assault sparked a temporary ban on asylum seekers at the pool
Otto Hitler is now claimed to have been born in June 1892, living for just seven days
Central France suffers "worst flood in more than 100 years", while at least five are killed as heavy rainfall hits Germany and Austria
As the Brexit debate rages, a positive stance on immigration could give Corbyn his Van der Bellen moment
Sweden's prime minister announced his country will work towards becoming 'one of the first fossil fuel-free welfare states of the world'
If elected Norbert Hofer would become the EU’s first far-right head of state
Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer is hoping to become Europe's first far-right head of state since the Second World War
Eleven people were also wounded
The woman claims she could no longer cope with the pressure of looking after her ill partner