The Austrian interior ministry announced on Saturday that it is considering expropriation of a house that was Hitler's birthplace, to avoid its exploitation by Nazi sympathizers.
Austria's controversial interior minister is swapping jobs with a party colleague in a move which is not expected to lead to a change in the country's policies on asylum seekers.
UPDATED: Krayem was remembered back home as an idle youth who smoked and drank before suddenly turning radical and heading off to wage jihad in Syria.
The arrest of Paris attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini in raids linked to the Brussels airport and metro bombings on Saturday highlighted the ties between jihadists involved in Belgium and France's worst terror outrages.
Some 22 Philippine soldiers were wounded Saturday in a firefight with Islamic militants, the military said, a day after the release of a retired Italian priest taken hostage in the Muslim-populated south of the country.
An angry elk, whose behaviour had worried residents in the small town of Vagnhärad, 60kms south of Stockholm, was shot dead by a local hunter as the elk charged him.
UPDATED: Italian prosecutor believes no evidence to support Egyptian government's claim that student killed by criminal gang.
The Syrian conflict has acted like a greenhouse for extremist groups which are now spreading "like a cancer", the UN chief said on Friday, urging greater cooperation to prevent radicalization.
Panama may take retaliatory measures against France.
A young Afghan boy saved his life and that of 14 adults by texting for help from inside a refrigerated truck in which they were being smuggled to Britain, a charity worker who helped him said Friday.
The northern Spanish city of Santander has become the testing ground for "smart cities" around the world.
Streetwalkers have largely disappeared from the sidewalks but prostitution remains alive and well in northern Europe where laws criminalising the purchase of sex have been in place for years, illustrating the limits of legislation.