Danish men reach badminton world final
Denmark

Danish men reach badminton world final

Denmark beat Malaysia in a thrilling 3-2 semi-final at the Thomas Cup late Friday to inch closer to winning their first world badminton team championship.

Swedish police killer moved after ‘improper relationship’
Sweden

Swedish police killer moved after ‘improper relationship’

Jackie Arklöv, 42, was serving a life sentence in Borås prison for the murder of two policemen in 1999 but has been moved to Storboda outside Stockholm following an "improper relationship with a former employee," according to a statement from prison officials.

Federer absence a ‘loss’ for French Open
Switzerland

Federer absence a ‘loss’ for French Open

Novak Djokovic was among those expressing their disappointment at Roger Federer’s withdrawal from the French Open.

Barcelona agree ‘world record kit deal’
Spain

Barcelona agree ‘world record kit deal’

Barcelona agreed a “long-term” contract extension with American sportswear giants Nike on Saturday, landing what is reportedly the most lucrative kit-sponsorship deal in the world.

German company unveils 3-D printed motorcycle
Germany

German company unveils 3-D printed motorcycle

Weighs just 35 kilograms.

Paris attack suspect tight-lipped in first interrogation
France

Paris attack suspect tight-lipped in first interrogation

The last surviving member of the jihadist team that attacked Paris, Salah Abdeslam, refused to answer questions in his first interview with a French anti-terror judge on Friday.

German prosecutors seek jail for ex-SS Auschwitz guard
Germany

German prosecutors seek jail for ex-SS Auschwitz guard

'We owe it to the victims to pursue the crimes even today,' the chief prosecutor said.

Catalan flag allowed at Spain’s cup final after ban lifted
Spain

Catalan flag allowed at Spain’s cup final after ban lifted

A Spanish judge on Friday overturned a controversial ban on Barcelona fans flying Catalan separatist flags at Sunday’s Copa del Rey final against Sevilla in Madrid.

EgyptAir crash: ‘Smoke alerts’ in cabin before crash
France

EgyptAir crash: ‘Smoke alerts’ in cabin before crash

UPDATED: The French aviation safety agency said Saturday that the EgyptAir A320 that crashed into the Mediterranean with 66 people aboard had transmitted automatic messages indicating smoke in the cabin.