Swiss champ meets Australian for the first time since controversial clash last year.
The violent clashes between Lazio and Galatasaray supporters led to hundreds of arrests.
A court in Frankfurt has released a man being investigated for his links to jihadi group Isis because officials "are dealing with other issues at the moment".
The suspect is understood to have sought asylum in Sweden after arriving in the country last summer.
A French court has given the green light to evacuating hundreds of migrants from Calais.
It comes after a Swedish charity accused Afghan forces of storming one of its clinics in the conflict-torn country.
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The young Afghan boy who touched hearts around the world with his makeshift Lionel Messi football shirt has finally got the real thing - signed by the Barcelona player himself.
Lars Løkke Rasmussen continues to play political hardball with support party the Conservatives.
Sweden's Oscar nominee Alicia Vikander lip-syncs to a Björn and Benny song in this 1997 clip, and it is nothing short of adorable.
The sand thief was overcome with guilt after reading about a bid by Italian schoolchildren to save the island of Budelli.
The retired Danish ship inspector who shed new light on the 26-year-old tragedy will not meet with Norwegian or Danish police.
It’s fine for Germany not to pay EU citizens social benefits when they first move to the country, the European Court of Justice ruled on Thursday.
A dead piglet found planted at the site of a future mosque in Leipzig appears to be the latest Islamophobic stain on the eastern state of Saxony.
173 senators voted in favour, 71 against and none abstained.
Greece is fuming after Austria shut it out of migrant talks.
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Spaniards are not happy that this year, Spain's Eurovision entry is sung entirely in English...
Could this lead to an e-cigarette ban in France's cafés and restaurants?
Swedish police say the driver was not affected by alcohol when the car crashed south of Stockholm.
A prisoner has just been punished for broadcasting live on social media from his cell (with a joint). Here are some of the most brazen crooks to pass through France's prisons.
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Denmark was dubbed the best country in the EU for 'digital performance' on Thursday, but was warned it could soon see itself outrun by its European competitors.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's government says tougher rules will allow it to focus help on those most in need.
A man is in intensive care after being stabbed in the lower abdomen in a shopping centre in central Vienna.
More than half a dozen vehicles were involved in the rush-hour motorway pile-up.
Nearly everyone surveyed by workers’ union Unia is opposed to a proposed new law that will extend store opening hours in some Swiss cantons.
A new Danish app hopes to increase nightlife safety by letting friends keep a virtual eye on each other when going home after a night on the town.
Italy has agreed to let the US launch drone strikes from Sicily.
Sweden's star soul singer has given an iconic performance that has been compared to Beyonce's Superbowl appearance.
A German musical instrument maker likes his guitars like he likes his women...
But Sweden could soon see itself outrun by its European competitors, say experts.
Unlike the Oscars, the French equivalent can't be accused of being "too white".
In My Voice: Phillip Garjay Innis analyzes the Swedish waste management system, and how African cities can learn from it.
A German man who was falsely accused of fathering an Austrian boy and received demands for child support payments after his identity was stolen has said he plans to sue the Austrian authorities for damages.
Spain's oil giant lost €1.2 billion in 2015 after the price of oil plunged.
Price cut comes after over production caused surplus stocks.
Police say they are still investigating just how many men the alleged seductress caught in her web.
In the excavated vineyards of Pompeii an ambitious project is bringing ancient Roman wine back to life.
Brits in the German capital – and all over Germany - wonder whether to plan for the worst or fight to the last as their country moots leaving the European Union.
UPDATED: Budget airline Norwegian announced on Thursday that it will join forces with Ryanair and others.
The swindler said he wanted revenge.
The kidney transplant was carried out on a man in Valencia.
After the WHO categorized sausages as carcinogenic in 2015, is the other great cornerstone of the German diet also about to fall?
UPDATED: For the second time in as many days, a whale has washed up on Danish shores.
Archaeologists in southern France have uncovered three Muslim graves from the eighth century that represent the oldest of their kind ever found in Europe.
The family had its art collection stolen in 1941.
Swiss cross-turned-swastika "deeply shocked" rail travellers, said SBB.
Despite the figures, researchers warn that other factors also play a role.
The dim-witted thief discovered that jamon legs oozing fat leave a tell-tale trail.
Denmark's Lars Ulrich and company have a special treat in store for Record Store Day.
The "very ashamed" man will also be barred from Denmark for six years.
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Around 900 pilots have got involved in a row over staff wages, in a move which could provoke further walkouts in Sweden.
French authorities want Google to cough up a whopping €1.6 billion in back taxes.
All proceeds will go to victims of November's attacks.
Bans reduced to six years, while attempt to delay vote for Blatter's sucessor is rejected.
UPDATED: A "strange decision", says France's interior minister, as Belgian police send 80 mainly Afghan refugees back to France.
Up to 3.6 million refugees could be in Germany by 2020, government sources told the Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper on Thursday.
A vote on the watered-down bill is due to get underway on Thursday evening.
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Female bosses working in Sweden's municipalities are earning more than men for the first time in history.