The Vatican said Saturday it has charged five people over a damning leaks scandal at the heart of the Catholic Church, accusing the alleged ringleaders of forming a "brotherhood of crime".
Close to 100 migrants tried to storm the border fence from Morocco into the Spanish enclave of Melilla on Saturday in a scramble that left one man seriously injured, authorities said.
Turkey has detained a Belgian citizen of Moroccan origin suspected of links to the Paris attacks and who was seeking to flee to Syria, a government official said Saturday.
King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden has called for a ban on bathtubs to help cut emissions in an interview ahead of UN climate talks in Paris.
The Swedish Migration Agency on Friday left newly arrived refugees to sleep outside in the cold for the second night running, although religious and civil organisations eventually stepped in.
Paris has extended a ban on public gatherings introduced after the terror attacks in the French capital until November 30, the start of UN climate talks, the city's police headquarters said Saturday.
French police on Saturday freed seven people arrested during a massive raid on an apartment housing the ringleader of the Paris attacks, prosecutors said.
A 90-year-old man has been found guilty of assaulting his 88-year-old wife by a court in northern Sweden, although he was excused a prison sentence on account of his advanced age.
A software bug in a popular navigation system means that whenever an alternate route is suggested to avoid a traffic incident, it will be routed via Preitenegg from anywhere in Europe.
Questions are growing in Sweden over the suspected ISIS terrorist arrested by Swedish police on Thursday, after his Facebook page showed no efforts to hide and he denied guilt in his first interrogation.
The UN Security Council on Friday backed France's resolution authorizing countries to "take all necessary measures" to fight the Islamic State group, in a unanimous vote a week after terror attacks in Paris.
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi warned on Friday that terrorism scaremongers could face prosecution as Italy was hit by a wave of false bomb alerts and social media rumours over imminent attacks.
Pope Francis on Friday admitted that he himself was "scared" of some of the neurotic and unstable people who became Catholic priests. "I keep away from them. They bite!" he said.
German football legend Franz Beckenbauer denied on Friday that Germany had bought the right to stage the 2006 World Cup. "The accusations are false, there was no money," he said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel came under fire on Friday for her welcoming refugee policy from her powerful Bavarian coalition ally, who demanded she cap arrivals "in the national interest".