Wolfsburg midfielder and Belgian under-21 captain Junior Malanda died on Saturday afternoon when a car he was travelling in smashed into a tree, Bild reported.
Denmark's commitment to fighting Isis jihadists will not be swayed by attacks like the Charlie Hebdo massacre, Defence Minister Nicolai Wammen said Saturday at a rally to commemorate the Paris victims.
A new survey carried out in December and published on Saturday by Der Standard newspaper shows that more than half (51 percent) of the respondents say that Islam is a threat to Austrian society.
A woman wanted by police in connection with this week's terror attacks probably went to Turkey or Syria before the attack, police sources have told French media.
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets Saturday in the German city of Dresden in a rally against the anti-Islamic marches that are expected to keep growing after this week's jihadist violence in France.
The Italian neo-realist film director Francesco Rosi, known for his trenchant documentaries and exposes, died on Saturday in Rome, media reports said. He was 92.
The day after three terrorists were gunned down by police in Paris, The Local's Oliver Gee headed to scene of the second hostage drama and talked to Parisians about the attack, Sunday's march, and why the French aren't showing their fear.
As France comes to terms with terror attacks that left seventeen people dead this week, questions are being asked about how the terrorists were able to carry out the atrocities, despite being known to the intelligence services.
The new leader of Sweden's Moderate Party - who was officially voted in on Saturday - has called for a study on how Sweden could end two centuries of neutrality and join Nato.
The 70th edition of the Tour of Spain will see the race return to Madrid on its 80th anniversary after a break from tradition to finish in Santiago de Compostela in 2014.
Twitter users in France have called on the social network to act after supporters of the terrorists started using the hashtag #JeSuisKouachi (‘I am Kouachi’). However, the popularity of the hashtag was boosted when appalled opponents also started using it.
The theme park Disneyland Paris was in the process of being evacuated on Saturday morning due to a security alert, according to reports. Guests have been told to stay in their rooms as armed police head to the park. The latest reports suggest it may be a false alarm.
Hayat Boumeddiene, 26, suspected of involvement in this week’s shooting of a policewoman in Montrouge and the siege at a kosher supermarket, had still not been found on Saturday. She has been linked to a disciple of London cleric Abu Hamza.
After three days of terror on the streets of Paris and its surrounding region, the stories of some of those who came into contact with the gunmen and lived to their tale have been emerging.
Are you male or female, or something in between? A new study from the MedUni of Vienna reveals that brain structure is significantly different between males and females - and that trans-gender individuals are something different too.
Just hours after the worst series of terror attacks on French soil in recent memory were brought to a bloody end, Al Qaeda officials in Yemen threatened to shaken France with fresh atrocities.
French forces are frantically hunting for the girlfriend of an Islamist gunman as the country mourns 17 dead in three blood-soaked days that shook the nation to its core.
Germany's new anti-Islamic PEGIDA movement plans to rally again on Monday, with analysts expecting its ranks to swell by thousands following this week's bloody jihadist violence in France.
Increased cycle commuting in Stockholm could save at least 80 lives a year through reduced air pollution and increased physical exercise, according to the interim report from a major new research study.
Gothenburg's main mosque was evacuated on Friday night after a bomb threat, exacerbating Swedish Muslims' fear of reprisals following this week's Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris.
In the wake of calls from the leader of the French National Front party Marine Le Pen for the reinstatement of the death penalty after the recent terrorist incidents in Paris, Austria's far right-wing Freedom Party (FPÖ) leader Heinz-Christian Strache firmly ruled out support for executions in Austria.