Amidst beefed-up security and mixed emotions, Danes begin the process of moving on following two fatal shootings that left the country stunned.
The man who is suspected of having shot two people dead in Copenhagen was 22 years old and born in Denmark, Copenhagen Police said on Sunday.
It has been a dramatic weekend in Copenhagen. Here is a timeline of events in the terror attack that killed two and injured five.
Man suspected of carrying out shooting attacks in Copenhagen was on the security police's radar prior to the attack, a spokesman said.
Israeli PM echoes a call he made following Paris attacks and tells Denmark's Jews that "Israel is your home" but Denmark's leading rabbi counters that "terror is not a reason to move to Israel".
As the end of Carnival - known in Austria as Fasching - approaches, Vienna's Consumer Protection Agency is working overtime to ensure that Austria's special donuts - the Krapfen - meet the required standards.
Jewish communities in Sweden were on their guard on Sunday following a deadly attack on a Copenhagen synagogue which followed an attack on an event featuring Swedish artist Lars Vilks.
Swedish artist Lars Vilks, who gained international notoriety for a cartoon portraying the Prophet Muhammad as a dog, emerged unscathed from a deadly attack in a Copenhagen on Saturday, the latest in a string of death threats against him.
Spain's former king Juan Carlos has lodged an appeal against a paternity suit brought by a woman claiming to be his daughter, a judicial source said on Saturday.
Billionaire Michele Ferrero, who became Italy's richest man with a confectionary empire built on his popular Nutella spread, died on Saturday at the age of 89, Italian media said.
HSBC's former chief executive and chairman, Stephen Green, the man at the centre of the SwissLeaks tax scandal in Britain, on Saturday stepped down from his role at finance lobby group TheCityUK.
In a statement released on Sunday morning, Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt unequivocally called the two shootings that rocked Copenhagen an act of terror.
The mayor of Paris arrived in Copenhagen on Monday to show support after two people were killed in apparent terror attacks, just one month after a terror attack in the French capital left 17 dead.
Danish police have confirmed that they have killed the man whom they believe opened fire on a free speech event attended by controversial Swedish artist Lars Vilks in Copenhagen on Saturday.
A second Copenhagen shooting at a bears a lot of resemblance to last month's bloody terror attacks in Paris. A total of three have now died in the Copenhagen shootings.
Police have killed the man who they believe opened fire on a free speech event at a cafe and a Copenhagen synagogue, killing two.
Sweden's non-eurozone neighbours could follow a new bond-buying plan to stave off falling prices and trigger a round of money printing to thwart untimely currency rises against the weakening euro, according to analysts.