Negotiations between world powers and Iran over Tehran's nuclear ambitions were thrown into uncertainty Saturday after US Secretary of State John Kerry announced his imminent departure and Iran's chief negotiator expressed doubts a deal would be reached.
A 39-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a 25-year-old student outside a Stockholm riding school in 1996.
Uzbekistan must halt its routine use of torture and cease reprisals against human rights campaigners who expose state abuses, United Nations monitors said Friday.
A German intern at Bank of America Merrill Lynch died of an epileptic fit which might have been triggered by working to exhaustion at their London offices, an inquest heard Friday.
A Malian arrested after a French police officer was shot at in Bamako "hates white people" and has a history of violence, sources close to the investigation told AFP on Saturday.
French film director Georges Lautner, who worked with stars like Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon and Lino Ventura, died Friday after a long illness, former stuntman Remy Julienne told AFP, quoting close friends.
A suspect arrested over this week's shootings in Paris has been indicted and remanded in custody, officials said Saturday.
A 30-year-old woman has been charged with aggravated assault on suspicion of having systematically tortured a 70-year-old man whom she referred to as "grandad".
A former top Credit Suisse trader was sentenced to two and a half years of prison on Friday in New York for inflating subprime mortgage-related bond prices during the housing market collapse.
Regional prosecutors in France and Spain on Friday launched separate appeals after a Spanish court acquitted a ship's crew and a top maritime official of causing one of Europe's worst oil spills.
Indian media Saturday said a new world order had dawned after local favourite Viswanathan Anand was outplayed by Norwegian prodigy Magnus Carlsen in the battle for the world chess title.
Italy's economy remains "vulnerable" unless borrowing costs on its 10-year sovereign bonds on the debt markets go back down to 3.0 percent from around 4.0 percent now, Prime Minister Enrico Letta said on Friday.
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle will join US Secretary of State John Kerry and other world power counterparts on Saturday for nuclear talks with Iran, a spokesman said.
A French veteran made more than €10,000 Friday selling four photo albums he took from Adolf Hitler's mountain retreat as "a souvenir" in the final days of World War II.
The Swedish schools agency has ruled that serving of halal meat in schools does not break the law in response to complaints from parents who argued the practice breaches the non-denominational praxis of the Swedish education system.
The Local catches up with Carina Herrstedt, chair of the Sweden Democrat women's wing, to learn more about women's place in a party sometimes labelled as a bunch of "angry white men".