Instead of avoiding taxes during tough economic times, France's super rich have signed a petition asking the government to raise their taxes.
Intrepid architects from Copenhagen are turning a power plant into a man-made ski hill, and creating a new kind of 'hedonistic sustainability.'
The US prepares to release $37 billion of Lybia's assets tied up in cash, real estate and shares of US companies.
As European countries jockey for influence over the rebuilding of Libya, Italy and France have oil interests in mind.
A German website asks users to rate their priests on criteria like performance in church, with youth, with the elderly and the quality of the service.
Concerns in UK over sentencing of two men to four years in prison for encouraging people to riot by posting messages on Facebook.
Etiquette group claims German women are sick of being greeted with kisses by bosses and colleagues, and want to ban the practice from the workplace.
Free speech advocates criticize Prime Minister David Cameron's proposal to regulate social media after London riots.
European heads-of-state are openly questioning the wisdom of multiculturalism, a mainstay of European social policy for decades.
Retired police detective files several Freedom of Information requests to access Jack the Ripper case files.