Several hundred young protesters clashed with Italian anti-riot police Saturday near the Austrian-Italian border during a demonstration against Vienna's proposed anti-migrant measures.
Pope Francis, in the modest style he has become known for, spoke on Saturday to members of an Italian medical charity working in Africa and evoked his desire to show unity with the poor.
A Moroccan court has sentenced the younger brother of suspected Paris attacks ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud to two years in prison on charges including justifying terrorism, state media reported.
Efforts to save a Bangladeshi man from deportation, after a Malmö migration court ruled that he was not allowed a work permit – because he landed his job in Sweden via LinkedIn – have failed.
Austria imposing controls on its border with Italy would be a "political catastrophe" for Europe, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Saturday.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls accused the presumptive US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of being a "bad man" Friday, having previously criticised him over his views on Muslims.
A Spanish court sentenced a member of the Basque separatist group Eta to 92 years in prison over a failed plot to kill Spain’s king at the opening of Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum in 1997.
The world’s most powerful proton smasher is preparing for its biggest run yet.
Early on Saturday morning authorities on the Swedish island of Gotland urged the public to stay indoors as a forest fire raged out of control in the Vänge area in the centre of the island.
Margot Honecker, the widow of former East German leader Erich Honecker and a steely politician in her own right, died Friday in Chile at the age of 89, her family said.
The EU won't sacrifice its high food safety standards for better US auto market access in a transatlantic trade deal being negotiated, a German minister said Friday.