Swiss teen Belinda Bencic outlasted Simona Halep to win Sunday's WTA Rogers Cup tennis final in Toronto when the Romanian second seed retired trailing 7-6 (7/5), 6-7 (4/7), 3-0.
Sales of organic food continue to flourish in Switzerland, with revenues in 2014 rising 7.5 percent from the previous year to more than 2.2 billion francs ($2.06 billion), Swiss broadcaster RTS says.
A 35-year-old man was arrested on Sunday for allegedly attempting to set fire to a building used by the Islamic Society in Denmark.
Four foreign tourists, including three Italians, were missing after leaving for a scuba diving trip in the waters off Indonesia's island of Borneo, an official said on Sunday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday defended her government's hard line in negotiations with Greece on a new rescue package, saying it had spurred Athens to commit to necessary reforms.
After the recent doping revelations which have rocked athletics, Germany's Olympic discus champion Robert Harting has made his blood-test results public to remove any doubt about his performances.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said Sunday his beleaguered Social Democrats would field a candidate to unseat Chancellor Angela Merkel in 2017 amid an internal debate whether the party should simply capitulate to the popular leader.
In a keynote summer speech in Vasaparken in Stockholm, Swedish prime minister and Social Democratic leader Stefan Löfven took a hard line against the recent spate of crime and violence in Sweden - what he called “the summer of unrest”.
Three of Germany's biggest companies are facing a fraud investigation related to their work at Berlin's troubled new airport project, already five years behind schedule, a newspaper reported on Sunday.
A leading Swiss politician said people fleeing conflict should only receive temporary protection in Switzerland, calling for a rethinking of the country's approach to asylum seekers in an interview published Sunday.
Spain's Carolina Marin took it in her stride when a Spanish national anthem associated with Franco's right-wing dictatorship echoed Sunday in celebration of the defence of her women's singles title at the badminton world championships in Indonesia.
With their narrow head and long legs, greyhounds are one of the fastest dog breeds on earth, making them the preferred choice of hunters in Spain to catch rabbits and hares. But instead of being rewarded, campaigners say greyhounds are often mistreated, especially once they have become too old to hunt.
Germany's hardline finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble on Sunday hailed a change in tone in talks with Greece over its next bailout but warned Europe would closely monitor the pace of reforms in Athens.
A huge fire is threatening to destroy the historic wooden town of Eksjö in Jönköping county in southern Sweden. One woman has died in the fire.
Swiss teen tennis star Belinda Bencic upset world number one Serena Williams by coming from behind for a 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 victory in the semifinals of the WTA Tour's Rogers Cup on Saturday night.
Mads Mikkelsen will soon be trading out Denmark for a galaxy far, far away.
Weary and disheartened after failing in desperate attempts to cross the Channel, many migrants in the French port of Calais are looking to asylum in France as a fallback, according to the AFP news agency.
Five activists from the militant Sea Shepherd conservation group have been ordered to leave the Faroe Islands after they tried to disrupt a traditional whale hunt in the autonomous Danish province, police said Saturday.