Schalke 04 coach Jens Keller faces a make-or-break Champion League clash against Swiss football champions FC Basel on Wednesday with a third-straight defeat likely to cost the 43-year-old his job.
Switzerland's Lara Gut nailed her fourth World Cup skiing win of the season on Sunday in the super-G race at Lake Louise, Canada.
Climbing the career ladder in the current job climate requires much more than business know-how. Recruiters and potential employers are looking for more in their leaders of tomorrow, and that’s a lesson to be learned by today’s business schools.
A parish pastor in the Swedish Church claimed a parachute payment amounting to almost 250,000 kronor ($46,000) following his conversion to Catholicism, an award which has been roundly criticized by the bishop.
Real Madrid badly missed the firepower of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale as they were held 0-0 away to third tier Olimpic Xativa in the first-leg of their Copa del Rey fourth round tie on Saturday.
Milan's La Scala opera house opens its 2013/2014 season on Saturday with a performance of Giuseppe Verdi's "La Traviata" on the 200th anniversary of the composer's birth.
A picturesque medieval town in northern Italy on Saturday turned on a giant light installation known as the "World's Biggest Christmas Tree."
Another Sunday evening, another crime. More than 10 million Germans regularly tune in for the hit TV whodunnit "Tatort" whose popularity with its down-to-earth plots spanning the country has endured for more than four decades.
France on Saturday committed itself to helping establish and finance a pan-African military force capable of intervening in crises like the current conflict in the Central African Republic.
The United States on Saturday asked a Paris auction house to delay a controversial scheduled auction of 25 sacred objects from the Hopi and San Carlos Apache Native American tribes.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored twice and created two goals as Paris Saint-Germain crushed hapless Sochaux 5-0 to go four points clear in Ligue 1 on Saturday.
US drugs cheat Lance Armstrong has met up with one of his former 'victims', Christophe Bassons, to apologise for his role in forcing the French cyclist off the 1999 Tour de France.
With only 27 percent of retail sales involving a cash transaction, Sweden is adapting to the prospect of cashless future, affecting all from bank-robbers to the homeless.