Hundreds of thousands of Italians gathered in Rome on Saturday to demonstrate against gay unions and the teaching of gender theories in schools, as Prime Minister Matteo Renzi tries to push a civil union bill through parliament.
Switzerland's Roger Federer is through to the final of the Gerry Weber Open tennis tournament at Halle, Germany for the tenth time after beating giant Croatian Ivo Karlovic 7-6 (7/3), 7-6 (7/4), in Saturday's semifinal.
One person was taken to Skåne University Hospital after a suspected shooting in Söderkulla square in Malmö on Saturday afternoon, Swedish police said.
Yemen peace talks ended in Geneva on Friday with no agreement, but the United Nations said it was still optimistic a ceasefire could be reached "pretty soon”.
A four-year-old boy is reported to be one of the three people killed when a man deliberately drove his car into crowds of shoppers in Graz on Saturday afternoon.
Spanish players have called for long-time coach Ignacio Quereda to be sacked after their first Women's World Cup campaign ended in an early exit.
Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi’s popularity and public trust in his centre-left party have been damaged by corruption scandals and the immigration crisis, a new poll showed on Saturday.
The Niels Bohr Institute has released a new study concluding that there is a risk that the seas around Scandinavia, England, the Netherlands and northern Germany will rise by up to about 1½ meters in this century, far more than the global average.
A German company is about to launch a new alcoholic beverage, Grexit.
France's foreign minister and tourist chiefs think the renowned French rudeness to visitors is a problem that needs resolving but are they really unwelcoming and unfriendly to visitors? Surely it's time to put that cliché to bed, argues The Local's Ben McPartland.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy came under fire in France and Italy on Friday over comments he made comparing the influx of migrants into Europe to water gushing from a burst pipe.
The Danish 2015 general election may be over, but intense negotiations remain within the blue bloc on what shape and form a Venstre-led government will take.
According to the Swedish police, Midsummer celebrations were unusually trouble-free this year, mainly due to the inclement weather in many parts of the country.
When France's ecology minister suggested the nation should give up its favoured spread Nutella there was no chance her plea would be heard. Here's eight other things France should think about giving up (but probably never will).
An apartment block in Malmö was evacuated because of a suspected grenade attack in the early hours of Saturday morning.
In the aftermath of an election in which non-Danes were very much in focus, blogger Melanie Haynes looks at how labels can both define and separate us.