With holidays getting under way in earnest, Swiss highways are packed with vacationing motorists and more road works than ever in the country threaten to add to the traffic jams.
Germany could face a probe into whether it has breached EU competition rules by letting consumers partly foot the bill as it switches to renewable energy, Der Spiegel reported on Sunday.
As the economic crisis continues to take its toll on a Spain blighted by unemployment and creaking under the pressure of public sector austerity, some are heading south to Morocco to look for employment opportunities.
Spain's Pamplona bull-running fiesta wrapped up on Sunday with another five seriously injured, including an Australian woman who was gored, after nine days that landed a total of 50 people in hospital.
Crowds have gathered outside the royal residence of Solliden on Baltic Sea island Öland to catch a glimpse of Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria who celebrates her 36th birthday on Sunday.
Wearing face masks and wielding sanders, two workers smooth the surface of a massive fan for a wind turbine at the Gamesa factory in Aoiz, a town in Navarre, northern Spain.
Southern Italian mafia boss Pietro Labate, one of Italy's most dangerous fugitives, has been arrested after more than two years on the run, police said Saturday.
Borussia Dortmund's new signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has run a faster time in sprint training than Olympic champion Usain Bolt ran when he set the world record in 2009.
The anniversary of the July 19th, 1988 show in communist East Berlin has prompted a new book, a documentary, talk shows and wide media coverage looking back at what was by all accounts a magical summer night.
A crane fell onto a Swiss passenger train entering a Zurich station Saturday, causing massive material damage but miraculously leaving only one person slightly injured, police said Saturday.
Swiss bank Reyl and Cie, under investigation in France for enabling tax fraud, said Saturday it had filed a criminal complaint against a former employee who testified in the case.
French police have arrested a former Rwandan colonel wanted for his alleged role in the east African nation's 1994 genocide, his lawyer said Saturday.
President Francois Hollande was likely to face tough questions about the accident on Sunday, when he gives an interview to leading French television channels to mark the Bastille Day holiday.
Sweden demolished neighbouring Finland 5-0 in their Group A clash at the Euro 2013 football tournament in Gothenburg on Saturday.
Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of Uzbekistan's president and whose name has surfaced in a corruption case involving Swedish firm TeliaSonera, is no longer her country's ambassador to the UN in Geneva, the Swiss government said Saturday.