Over 100 people were on hand to protest against the far-right Party of the Swedes on Saturday evening, at the unofficial launch of the Almedalen political week on Gotland.
The first bikes rolled over Cykelslangen on Saturday. The bridge will give as many as 12,000 cyclists every day an easier way to get between Vesterbro and Islands Brygge.
The Center for Terror Analysis estimates that at least 15 Danes have died while fighting in the Syrian civil war. Those who come back alive can recruit others and use their military training against domestic targets, the analysis warned.
An increased security force will be on hand for this year's political event which is expected to draw a record breaking number of attendees.
A lawmaker pressing for New Caledonia to remain a French overseas territory participated for the first time Friday in a meeting of the United Nations Decolonization Committee.
The train strike which crippled southern Sweden for much of June is estimated to have cost 80 million kronor ($11.8m) in lost ticket sales and predicted future revenue.
The Vatican's former ambassador to the Dominican Republic has been convicted of sex abuse by a church tribunal and defrocked pending further criminal proceedings in the first case of its kind.
Italian police have seized 42.7 tonnes of cannabis off the coast of Sicily in one of Europe's biggest ever drug hauls, French officials said Friday.
An auction of Native American masks originating from the Hopi tribe went ahead in Paris on Friday despite objections from the US embassy and members of the 18,000-strong Arizona community.
German legend Franz Beckenbauer has had his 90-day ban from any football-related activity lifted by FIFA, his manager has said in a statement posted on Twitter.
Police in southern Sweden are being investigated on charges of suspected misconduct for failing to act on a report that a child was being abused at home. She was later found dead.
A former news editor at Se og Hør becomes the eighth charged in Denmark's largest ever media scandal. Additionally, three employees were fired by publisher Aller Media, which cleared its own leadership of involvement in the case.