Six people including a pregnant woman were killed on Saturday when a rally racing car hurtled off the road and ploughed into a crowd of spectators in northern Spain, police said.
Thousands of migrants streamed into Austria from Hungary on Saturday, with another column of refugees setting out on foot as Budapest ruled out bussing any more the 175 kilometres (110 miles) to the border.
The first snow has fallen in Sweden's north, signalling that winter is well and truly on its way. Meanwhile large parts of the country are experiencing heavy rain.
Nuclear whistle-blower Mordechai Vanunu, still barred from leaving Israel more than a decade after completing an 18-year-jail term, said Friday he wants to join his new bride in Norway.
A television series about Russia's fictional takeover of Norway's abundant oil and gas resources has vexed Moscow, which says it has had enough of being portrayed as an aggressor.
Lewis Hamilton claimed his seventh successive pole position when posting the quickest time in his Mercedes in qualifying Saturday for the Italian Grand Prix.
Spanish police said they arrested an 18-year-old Moroccan woman on Saturday accused of preparing to travel to Syria to join the jihadist group Isis
Spanish giants Real Madrid will donate €1 million (US$1.1m) to help support projects for refugees in Spain, the club announced on Saturday.
The Swedish government has announced that new rules to force lenders to amortize on their house loans now have the backing of parliament.
A Palestinian teen threatened with deportation who burst into tears during a televised debate with German Chancellor Angela Merkel has got a residency permit for "humanitarian reasons," a statement said Friday.
French judicial authorities opened a probe late Friday after a teenager in the Central African Republic accused a French soldier of rape.
Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz said Saturday the plight of thousands of refugees stranded in Hungary, now being taken into his country, was a "wake up call" for Europe.
Swedish celebrity statistician Hans Rosling has urged the 'arrogant' media to see the big picture in a feisty clash on Danish television.
"According to the Hungarian government, there will be free buses to take you to the last town before the border," shouts a man urgently in Arabic through a megaphone.
Update: At 8 a.m., police reported that 2,500-3,000 refugees have arrived in Austria from Hungary. The first train of 400 people has left Nickelsdorf station, heading west, with another similar train about to depart.
Hungary late Friday laid on buses to ferry hundreds of desperate refugees who had set off on foot for the Austrian border after being stranded for days in Budapest's main railway station.