American starlet Mikaela Shiffrin won the final slalom race of the World Cup season at Lenzerheide, Switzerland on Saturday, her fifth victory in the discipline this season.
Barcelona boss Gerardo Martino believes star striker Neymar's inability to live up to high expectations in his first season with the club could be related to the intense scrutiny of his transfer from Santos.
Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner will meet next week with Pope Francis at the Vatican, her office said on Saturday.
Dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has said he hopes President Xi Jinping makes time to see his exhibition during the leader's visit to Germany this month, in an interview published on Saturday.
Bayern Munich on Saturday named their financial mastermind Karl Hopfner as successor to disgraced president Uli Hoeneß, who was convicted this week of tax fraud.
France will not recognise the result of a Crimean referendum on switching to Kremlin rule, President Francois Hollande said Saturday, adding the vote has "no legal basis".
French prosecutors on Friday charged two women over the disappearance of a 15-year-old girl who is believed to have travelled to Syria to fight alongside jihadist rebels.
Trains services were suspended in much of southern Sweden on Saturday as high winds battered the region while containers full with Norwegian salmon were left scattered along the tracks in the north after a derailment.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles aims to list its shares on the New York Stock Exchange on October 1st, chief executive officer Sergio Marchionne said Friday.
A French court sentenced a former Rwandan army captain to 25 years in prison over the 1994 genocide Friday, in a landmark ruling just weeks ahead of the massacre's 20th anniversary.
Nicolas Anelka turned 35 on Friday and to celebrate his birthday the enfant terrible of French football whipped up more controversy by announcing he was quitting his Premier League club West Bromwich Albion.
Swedish ice hockey player Nicklas Bäckström is set to receive his Olympic silver medal despite having missed the final after testing positive for a banned substance.
Rescuers found a body on Friday in the wreck of a fishing boat that ran aground off northern Spain, bringing to three the number confirmed dead in the accident, officials said.
The Swedish Academy, the body responsible for awarding the Nobel prizes, has announced its intention to sue German carmaker Mercedes Benz over its use of a poem by deceased poet Karin Boye in a new advert.
"The Great Beauty" director Paolo Sorrentino on Friday was made an honorary citizen of Rome, the backdrop for his Oscar-winning film.
An Italian prosecutor is investigating a mystery blonde who accompanied Silvio Berlusconi on official trips over suspicions she was a long-standing drug smuggler, judicial sources said Friday.
French conglomerate Vivendi said Friday it was entering exclusive talks with Numericable to sell the cable operator its telecoms unit SFR, shrugging aside government attempts to scupper a deal between the two.