Greece's far-left former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis has called on the next leader of Spain to defy the European Union.
British celebrities including Jude Law and playwright Tom Stoppard gave performances at the "Jungle" migrant camp in northern France on Sunday to draw attention to the plight of refugees facing imminent eviction.
Pope Francis on Sunday urged Catholic politicians in places which still have the death penalty to suspend executions during his ongoing Holy Year of Mercy.
UPDATED: Swedish authorities closed the Allum shopping mall in Partille outside Gothenburg on Sunday.
British rock star Phil Collins has reunited with his Swiss ex-wife and the couple aims to remarry, she said in an interview published Sunday.
Shocked German officials Sunday condemned two "disgusting" incidents involving anti-migrant mobs in the ex-communist east of the country, including a crowd cheering a blaze at a planned refugee shelter.
Austria is beefing up the army at its borders to deal with the inflow of migrants, with 450 more troops from Monday and military police on standby in case of trouble.
France marked the centenary of the Battle of Verdun on Sunday, exactly 100 years on from the first shots fired in World War I's longest battle, which became a symbol of resistance and suffering.
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In her house made of palm tree leaves and plywood rotting from the humidity on a tropical Comoros island, Aicha has hanging on the wall a map of her El Dorado, Mayotte.
Swedish carmaker Volvo is recalling 59,000 cars across 40 markets over a fault in the car’s software that can temporarily shut down the engine.
Bullish and boyish in equal measure, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is not shy about blowing his own trumpet.
Gianni Infantino, the Swiss lawyer among the favourites to take the helm of FIFA, said in an interview published on Sunday there would be no deals among the candidates ahead of this week's vote for a new president.
The Berlin film festival wraps up on Sunday after "Fire at Sea", a harrowing documentary about Europe's refugee crisis, clinched its Golden Bear top prize from a jury led by Meryl Streep.