Norwegian Muslims organised a peace vigil in Oslo on Saturday in a show of solidarity with Jews a week after fatal shootings in Denmark targeted a synagogue and free speech seminar.
The death toll from an avalanche that swept away a group of Italian skiers in the Swiss Alps has risen to four after a man died from his injuries, police said on Sunday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on a visit to the Vatican Saturday met with Pope Francis and discussed efforts to end the bloody conflict in Ukraine.
Sweden’s main opposition party on Saturday proposed imposing tighter rules on the handling of passports in a bid to prevent them from being used by terrorists, saying police should be able to question a person who applies for a new travel document after losing it twice.
A founder of Spanish anti-establishment party Podemos on Friday rejected claims the party was financed by left-wing Latin American governments and said he had been the victim of a "witch hunt."
Oscar-nominated “Timbuktu” on Friday swept France’s prestigious Césars, picking up a total of seven awards, including for best film, for its portrayal of northern Mali under jihadist control.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve met Friday with Apple, Facebook, Google and Twitter to discuss ways to thwart terrorists from using the platforms as stages for propaganda.
A Swedish bakery which thought it would be a good idea to name a smaller and cheaper version of the country's traditional pre-Lent period cream bun “the girl semla” has been forced to rename its invention after it whipped up a furious storm on social media.
Sweden’s national job agency has sacked its whole network of immigrant resettlement assistants after suspicion that some of them may have tried to recruit newly arrived immigrants to jihadist-style militant groups, such as Isis.
The American author of a new book about Danish parenting writes that the Danes' focus on empathy makes them much happier than Americans who pursue material goods.
Imagine you’re lounging in a Dubai sky bar and you get served a vodka martini filtered through thousand-year-old ice mined from a glacier in the far north of Norway. This is the idea behind Norwegian start-up Svaice.