The grisly details of what police found at the home of Alberto Sánchez Gómez's mother were heard at the start of the trial in Madrid.
The pandemic has led to a new outbreak of violence, one that is largely passing under the radar because some countries refuse to collate race-based hate crime data.
Homokomando members have faced down violent attacks and threats as they try to create safe spaces for LGBTQ people to exercise.
Up to one and a half million people in Berlin now face having to pay back thousands of euros worth of rent to their landlords.
The stable economic powerhouse at the heart of the European Union is also home to the continent's biggest, and wildest, anti-lockdown movement.
Luxury chef Christophe Leroy told VICE World News that things have been so bad that one of his clients was recently forced to eat a sandwich in the street. “Why should they have to eat like that?”
Though the pandemic has put a strain on university students in France, food organizations and chefs are coming together to fight student hunger.
Women in the Swiss armed forces have performed the same duties as men since 2004, but it turns out they have also been wearing the same underwear.
Five young men have made their first court appearance in Paris in a landmark case, accused of posting tweets that prosecutors say incited violence against Asians in France.
6.5 million people across Europe are trying to live normal lives in countries mostly unrecognised by the rest of the world.