A one-year-old baby narrowly escaped serious harm, while 16 men were injured when a minibus clipped an oncoming car before overturning on an embankment at the village of Innertkirchen in the canton of Bern, cantonal police said on Sunday.
England manager Roy Hodgson admitted on Sunday that his team will face a "big test" when they open their 2016 European Championship football qualifying campaign against Switzerland in Basel on Monday.
A recent leak of court documents shows that US authorities suspect one of their own highest-ranking former diplomats, Zalmay Khalilzad, of money laundering through the Austrian bank accounts of his wife, Cheryl Benard.
Passengers on a bus in Stockholm County were joined by a four-legged guest who hopped aboard and took the journey with them.
A new opinion poll has cut the lead for the opposition ticket to 8.6 percentage points over the ruling Alliance.
Spain's bid to put right a disastrous defence of the World Cup gets underway in the modest surrounds of Levante's 26,000 capacity stadium against equally modest opponents Macedonia on Monday.
Italy's foreign minister has urged India's Supreme Court to allow one of the two Italian marines detained over the 2012 killing of two fishermen to fly home on medical grounds.
The body of a Belgian snowboarder has been found more than two years after he went missing in the Mont Blanc mountains in France, police said on Saturday.
A new study by the Swedish National Agency for Education has revealed that a record number of students are failing to get the grades required to enter upper secondary school
After three years living and working with the Danes, American sojourner Alex Berger shares the insights he has learned from living amongst the Danes.
Switzerland's Roger Federer insists he will keep playing into 2015 but will not become obsessed over winning an 18th Grand Slam title, a target which is slipping further and further away, after losing in the US Open semi-finals.
A Czech centre due to provide five-year-old Ashya King with the medical treatment his family has desperately sought, since it was refused under British care, said he could check into hospital in Prague as early as next week.
Swedish director Roy Andersson's film "A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence", a series of comedic sketches exploring the human condition, won the Golden Lion for best movie at the Venice film festival Saturday.
One person died and another was missing following devastating floods in the Gargano peninsula in south-eastern Italy, local authorities said Saturday.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Saturday urged the two rivals in Afghanistan's disputed presidential elections to find a rapid solution to end the crisis over the vote.
Swedish comedy 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence' has claimed the Golden Lion for best movie at the Venice film with critics hailing its original approach.