In the socially conserative Balkan state of North Macedonia it was the first LGBTQ Pride parade ever.
As governments around Europe grapple with how to tackle rising homelessness, one country stands head and shoulders above the rest.
A true democratisation of resources.
Whoever wins, will get to choose who succeeds Jean-Claude Juncker as President of the European Commission, if they're still the biggest block in the European Parliament after next May's election.
Ukraine's former deputy foreign minister reflects on his country's relations with Russia following the controversial meeting between US President Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.
The Russian Federation has sent a proposal package to the US on organising the return of an estimated 1.7 million Syrian refugees to pre-war areas of Syria, TASS reports.
Good Morning Europe looks at the reaction following US President Donald Trump's remarkable admission that he "misspoke" at the US-Russia summit in Helsinki.
"Unpatriotic" and a "disgrace" - that's what political ALLIES of President Trump had to say about the meeting in Helsinki.
Trump's "low expectations" for Putin summit
The forthcoming meeting between the US and Russian presidents is seen as both encouraging and worrying.
The Russian and U.S. presidents have agreed to meet in Helsinki next month after Trump's national security advisor's meeting in Moscow
Your city guide to Helsinki’s hidden gems.
It’s a devilishly difficult and cosmic Cello Concerto: the ink on the latest masterpiece by visionary Finish composer and conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen has barely…
A trio of European cities made it into the world's top ten.
To boost tourism between the EU and China, a promotional event called Charming Beijing was held in Helsinki.
One person was killed after a man drove a vehicle into a crowd in Finland, say police.
Others were injured in the incident, which happened in the
A 'planned attack' on a popular tourist attraction in the Finnish capital was averted after the security service intervened.
An exhibition has opened in Helsinki by an artist with a difference.
Light, hope, joy: thus, on the notes of Nicolò Jommelli, an 18th century Neapolitan composer, ends the extraordinary musical trip Joyce DiDonato invites us to embark on: from the horrors of war to the
BERLIN 1936 Jesse Owens spoils Hitler’s parade
The infamous Berlin Olympics of 1936 are most often remembered for two men: Adolf Hitler and Jesse
Bold design fails to quell misgivings over Helsinki's 130M Guggenheim punt
Finland’s new government has picked the leader of a Eurosceptic party as its new foreign and Europe minister. The selection of Timo Soini, who heads
Two European cities have been voted among the “most liveable” in the world. The survey, carried out by The Economist, rates locations based on
Chemistry both mystifies and fascinates students. In the International Year of Chemistry, people are looking at new, creative ways of teaching it