The mayor of Castelvolturno, a coastal town north of Naples, said a gay rights group had won permission to turn a three-storey building into a centre for LGBT people.
A Dutch construction company called Van Wijnen is building affordable 3D printed homes, that could help save the environment as well.
Portugal has experienced financial highs and lows, but it has made huge adjustments to its financial systems in order to recover.
The Cold War border between East and West, relatively undisturbed by humans, became home to incredible amounts of wildlife thanks to the work of conservationists.
A new survey of 15 countries shows the current religious landscape in Europe.
A recent proposal would mean that items such as straws and cotton buds would be replaced with more environmentally friendly alternatives.
Young people in most northern and western EU member states leave home in their early 20s, while those in southern and eastern EU countries are more likely to fly the nest in their late 20...
It will join a small number of countries, including Britain and Canada, where the lack of consent in sex, even without violence, is enough to constitute a crime.
Many technologists believe that blockchain will be more transformational than the internet itself. But is GDPR standing in its way?
What does the biggest football competition in the world have in common with a data protection regulation? More than you think, and team collaboration plays a big role in both.
The Universitas 21 ranking assesses countries’ higher education systems, and takes their levels of development into account.
With all European countries attempting to adhere to the Paris agreement, transport is the key area that needs attention.
The Western Balkan Six (WB6) comprise Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia, with a total population of about 18 million and a GDP of approx. €80 b...
An economist warns that time is running out for the world's central banks to resume normal monetary policy - with worrying consequences.
Most households in the European Union spend more on books, newspapers and stationery than they do on package holidays.