Two 18-year-olds have been detained in connection with an explosion that damaged a Jewish community centre in Malmö early Friday morning in an incident that has rekindled debate about the safety of Jews in Sweden's third largest city.
Bavarian labourers stumbled upon an unusual booty on Thursday when they unearthed a bag they feared could contain a dead pet – and found 100,000 Deutsche Marks instead. The old money can still be swapped for current currency.
A Swedish man suspected of using a fake driver's licence to defraud a bank of 1.8 million kronor ($273,000) has turned himself in after seeing his picture in the newspaper.
A French judge will lead a probe into how topless photos were obtained of Prince William's wife Catherine and will seek to identify the photographer, sources close to the inquiry said Friday.
A man has been charged with aggravated robbery and assault after he and several accomplices tortured another teenager in southern Stockholm, setting the victim on fire and demanding the pin code to his personal bank card.
Ségolène Royal, the mother of French President Francois Hollande's four children, has rekindled the country's favourite gossip saga by voicing fury at being snubbed by her former partner.
Drivers who don’t use their cars often could save up to €1,000 a year by getting rid of their vehicle and signing up to a car-sharing scheme, a German consumer organisation said on Friday.
France on Friday unveiled action to plug a €37 billion hole in its public finances with the toughest package of tax rises and spending cuts the country has known in an economic downturn.
France and Germany want to revive a controversial financial transactions tax (FTT), seeking support from the European Commission and enough EU partners to get a limited deal through.
The Swedish division of human rights group Amnesty International said on Friday that it doesn't support demands from its parent that the Swedish government guarantee WikiLeaks-founder Julian Assange would not be extradited to the US should he come to Sweden.
A tourist from Brazil has spoken out after he attacked a security guard in Stockholm in early August, in what he revealed was a “crazy” attempt to steal the guard’s gun and kill the king of Sweden.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's cartoon-like drawing of a bomb that he held up at the United Nations General Assembly left pundits bewildered, Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt said Friday.
A fire has damaged a 19th century building housing the historic Alcazar theatre in Montreux for the second time in 30 years.
German Formula 1 veteran and seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has been replaced by British driver Lewis Hamilton, who signed a three-year deal to drive for Mercedes from 2013, the firm announced on Friday.
Residents in some areas of northern Sweden woke up to white lawns this morning, as the first snow of the season outside the mountain areas started falling over Sweden on Thursday evening.
The French parliament will within three months vote on a law banning profitable firms from closing down a plant and laying off workers without first seeking another company to take over the site, a minister said Friday.
Around fifty residents of a Marseille neighbourhood took the law into their own hands when they expelled a group of Roma and burned their encampment on Thursday night.
Traces of blood from the slain Norwegian teen Sigrid Giskegjerde Schetne have been located in the caravan home of a 37-year-old murder suspect, according to a media report.
More than 6,500 schoolchildren across several eastern German states have become sick from what federal health authorities say is likely a food-borne illness.
The mother of a two-year-old girl, who faced deportation after being abandoned in Sweden and assaulted by her step-father, now reportedly wants to be reunited with her daughter.
In a case the Swiss press is using to illustrate Switzerland’s growing problem with break-ins, two Romanians, aged 40 and 23, were arrested in Valais for committing at least 80 known robberies.
A new museum of modern art designed by Italy's Renzo Piano was inaugurated by Norway's Queen Sonja in Oslo on Thursday housing works by big-name artists such as Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons.
Residents of Laguiole, a village synonymous with the manufacture of France's most famous knives, have symbolically 'unnamed' the place in protest at losing control of the name.
An airbus carrying around 150 people nearly crashed at Cologne airport, when both pilots were so badly affected by contaminated air in the cockpit they were almost unconscious – but details are only emerging now, two years later.
Norwegian researchers have concluded that the more work a man does in the home the higher the risk that a couple will get divorced, explaining the correlation as a sign of "modern" attitudes.
The wife of former French president Jacques Chirac is predicting a return to politics for Nicolas Sarkozy.
Germany has set out its demands over the proposal to create a merged BAE-EADS aerospace giant, insisting on a parity of power with France, Friday’s Die Welt newspaper reported.
Germany's main opposition party has decided on former finance minister Peer Steinbrück to lead its challenge to Chancellor Angela Merkel in next autumn’s general election. “We want to remove this government,” he said on Friday.
An Oslo man, napping in the back of his car after a boozy night out, was shocked to find himself dumped in Gothenburg in Sweden by two female car thieves.
Two suspected Russian spies alleged to have been operating in Germany for more than 20 years have been charged with espionage, federal prosecutors said Thursday in the first case of its kind since German unification.
Germany is so desperate to find people to care for its elderly, it is launching a campaign to recruit 150 health care assistants from China.
Human rights group Amnesty International on Thursday urged Sweden to give WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange assurances that it will not extradite him to the US if he goes to Stockholm for questioning.
An inebriated Norwegian man, napping in the back of his car, was shocked to find himself dumped in Gothenburg by two female car thieves some hours later.
Two teenage students face discipline after the latest in a string of violent attacks on teachers across France.
Police were called out early on Friday morning after loud bangs were heard near the Jewish community centre in Malmö, southern Sweden.
Bavarian health authorities shut down last week an industrial bakery producing pretzels for the Oktoberfest after they found it did not comply with hygiene standards. Everything produced in the past five days has been recalled.