Police are investigating the murder of a Geneva man found dead over the weekend in the garage of the building where he was renting an apartment in Onex, a suburb of the Swiss city.
Switzerland’s Roger Federer enjoyed an untroubled start to his 54th consecutive Grand Slam at the the French Open in Paris on Sunday.
A family in Värnamo in southern Sweden awoke on Sunday morning to find an Indian elephants wandering about in their garden after having escaped from a circus which had set up camp in the vicinity.
German lawyers have said they will demand millions of euros in damages from the mother of a boy who killed himself and 14 people and injured a further 14 in a school shooting in 2009, for what they say was a breach of duty on her part.
Around 5 percent of residents aged 15-65 in Malmö and Lund use cannabis, amphetamines or cocaine, according to tests carried out on waste water.
The German government will be renewing and stepping up its support for the Syrian rebels in the fight against President Bashar al-Assad, according to a report in Der Spiegel magazine due to be published on Monday.
Whether on the basis of age, appearance or sex - one in three customers are discriminated against in Germany over the course of a year, according to a report due to be published on Monday.
With banking union brewing and London mulling an EU exit, analysts are wondering whether Frankfurt is ready to take on the mantle as Europe's unchallenged financial capital.
The writing is clearly on the wall for illegal graffiti artists, as Deutsche Bahn (DB) plans to deploy unmanned mini-helicopter drones to film, track and hunt them down, it emerged on Sunday.
Tear gas shrouded the picturesque heart of Bern on Sunday as police fought back protesters at a politically-tinged techno parade.
Sweden's Green Party has discarded its long-standing policy of a guaranteed minimum income, or 'citizenship income', according to a decision at the party's congress in Västerås in eastern Sweden.
Europe's number one carmaker Volkswagen is not keen on celebrating the 75th birthday of its German home town of Wolfsburg on Sunday because of the long shadow cast by Adolf Hitler there.
Several union leaders are suspected of having raped a female colleague at a conference in Sandviken in central Sweden in April, according to a report in the Dagens Nyheter (DN) daily.
French police were on alert Sunday ahead of a mass protest in Paris against a new gay marriage law, with hardline activists expected to mingle among 200,000 demonstrators.
Spain and France have reached an agreement on swapping fishing quotas which will allow for Spain to fish more hake and monkfish, authorities said on Saturday.
A French soldier has been stabbed while on patrol in Paris but President Francois Hollande said the attack could not "at this stage" be linked to the murder of a military man in London.
Cars were torched and police faced stone-throwing youths in Stockholm's immigrant-dominated suburbs early Sunday, but the nightly riots that have raged for a week appeared to be easing, police said.