A speeding motorist crashed into five vehicles, including three police patrol cars, after leading officers on a high-speed chase and ignoring several warnings to stop, Bern cantonal police said on Sunday.
With 8,000 more people volunteering to go door-to-door, the Red Cross collected a record amount of money to help the world's neediest people.
The European Union and Turkey have agreed in principle to a plan of action to help ease the flow of migrants into the bloc, a German newspaper reported on Sunday.
Attendance slipped at the world's biggest beer party, the annual Oktoberfest in Germany, as border controls imposed to stem the flow of refugees complicated rail travel, organisers said on Sunday.
Hundreds of Italian pilgrims returning by train from the French shrine of Lourdes were trapped overnight by violent storms, rail authorities said on Sunday.
According to Säpo, the Swedish security service, 300 Swedes have joined extremist terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq over the last three years.
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday said the emissions scandal that has hit car giant Volkswagen was "dramatic" but would not inflict lasting damage to Germany's reputation.
Police have arrested 10 people in Spain and Morocco for allegedly recruiting and indoctrinating fighters for the Islamic State (Isis) group, the Spanish interior ministry announced on Sunday.
Moderate Party councillor, Annika Tännström, was out jogging on Friday just outside Kungälv, north of Gothenburg, when she was attacked by a weasel.
A gathering of bishops intended to reshape Catholic teaching on the family kicks off Sunday against a backdrop of controversy over the thorny and divisive issue of homosexuality.
Thirteen people were hurt Saturday when hundreds of African migrants charged at the border between Morocco and the Spanish territory of Ceuta, and 87 made it across, authorities said.
UPDATED: At least 16 people were killed in violent storms and flooding that struck the chic French Riviera overnight, with three people still missing, President François Hollande said on Sunday.
Norway’s second richest billionaire, supermarket tycoon Stein Erik Hagen, has come out as gay, outing himself in front of more than two million viewers on Norway’s leading chat show.