Scandinavian airline, SAS, cancelled its flights from Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo to the US east coast on Saturday because of a heavy snowstorm, Storm Jonas, nicknamed Snowzilla by the American press.
Even 73-year-old retiree Edris says he has not been spared suspicious questions from Germans after a rash of sex assaults in Cologne blamed on North Africans.
Seven young men from eastern France, including the brother of one of the jihadists behind the deadly Paris attacks, will face trial for going to Syria to fight in 2013, a judicial source told AFP on Friday.
Italy's battle over legalising same-sex civil unions is about to get heated, with supporters and opponents ready to take to the streets as lawmakers address the deeply divisive issue.
Switzerland's Stan Wawrinka and his magnificent backhand rolled into the Australian Open fourth round after a straight-sets victory over Lukas Rosol on Saturday — his 400th win on tour.
A Chinese nanny has been jailed for 20 years by a Paris court for murdering and chopping up her employers after their two-month-old baby died in her care.
Outgoing conservative Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy today warned the Socialists they risked giving hard left group Podemos the whip hand in a new government coalition.
French President François Hollande is to ask parliament to extend the state of emergency imposed following the November Paris attacks for three months, one of France's party leaders said Friday.
Greece faced fresh pressure Saturday on its handling of the migrant crisis after Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner warned that Athens faced "temporary exclusion" from the EU's passport-free Schengen zone.
The world must act quickly to avert a future in which autonomous robots with artificial intelligence roam the battlefields killing humans, scientists and arms experts warned the Davos forum.
Swedish-Finnish telecom operator TeliaSonera and Swedish telecommunications giant Ericsson, have announced that Stockholm and Tallinn in Estonia will be the first cities to have new wireless mobile technology, 5G, rolled out in 2018.
A Syrian suspected of being among jihadists who kidnapped a UN peacekeeper in Damascus in 2013 has been arrested over the "war crime", Germany's federal prosecutor said Friday.
Spain has declared an official World Tapas Day in a bid to spread the word about its tasty bite-size cuisine.
Spain's acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Friday abandoned attempts to form a government due to lack of support in parliament, a statement issued by the royal palace said, a month after inconclusive elections.
Plunging oil prices could push eurozone inflation into negative territory during "some months" in the first half of 2016, European Central Bank (ECB) board member Ewald Nowotny said on Friday.