Bare-chested Femen activists making Nazi salutes disrupted a speech by France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen for five minutes Friday at her National Front's traditional May 1st rally in Paris.
The water is icy cold and it's windy, but the intrepid group dives in: far from California's sunny beaches, die-hard surfers flock to Norway's idyllic Lofoten Islands to catch the Arctic's cool waves.
Andy Murray's match against Lukas Rosol and the rest of the Munich Open quarter-finals will take place on Saturday after wet weather washed out Friday's schedule.
The German intelligence service BND, which is accused of helping the United States spy on EU leaders and companies, had actually "deleted 12,000 requests" targeting European officials, according to a media report on Saturday.
The Swedish government unveiled plans for a national "marginalized youth" coordinator and mooted a new bank tax on Friday.
Silvio Berlusconi's son was on Thursday appointed chief executive of Italy's largest commercial broadcaster Mediaset, in which the former premier and media tycoon holds a controlling stake.
One of the founders of Spain's anti-austerity Podemos party unexpectedly resigned on Thursday, plunging the poll-topping upstart into its first major crisis ahead of key elections this year.
Members of the parliamentary justice committee have rejected a proposed ban on organized begging, an idea which is backed by a majority of Swedes.
Shareholders of Commerzbank, Germany's second largest bank, rejected a proposal Thursday to pay bankers bigger bonuses.
A Bolivian court on Thursday upheld the 30-year prison sentence of a man convicted of killing a young French couple in 2010.
A dolphin has been wooing well-wishers along Sweden's east coast in recent weeks, but experts warn that the creature is unlikely to hang around in the bracing Baltic for long.