British director Ken Loach wins Palme d’Or at Cannes
France

British director Ken Loach wins Palme d’Or at Cannes

Britain's Ken Loach took home the Palme d'Or on Sunday night, launching a withering attack on austerity economics in his acceptance speech.

Azhar imam to urge tolerance in historic pope meeting
Italy

Azhar imam to urge tolerance in historic pope meeting

The deputy of Al-Azhar's grand imam in Egypt said on Sunday the top Muslim cleric will bear a message of tolerance when he meets Pope Francis in Rome.

Hunt on for Swedish lottery jackpot winner
Sweden

Hunt on for Swedish lottery jackpot winner

A lottery jackpot worth 127 million kronor ($15 million) won on Saturday night has not yet been claimed, according to Swedish lottery company, Svenska Spel.

Austrian election too close to call
Austria

Austrian election too close to call

In a surprise result, it appears that the Austrian presidential runoff on Sunday is effectively a dead heat, with more than 90% of the vote tallied--until postal votes are counted by Monday.

Search goes on for clues in EgyptAir crash
France

Search goes on for clues in EgyptAir crash

Egypt has enlisted a submarine to search the Mediterranean seabed for the black boxes of the EgyptAir MS804, which crashed en route to Cairo from Paris.

Milan boss fears sack after Italian Cup defeat to Juventus
Italy

Milan boss fears sack after Italian Cup defeat to Juventus

AC Milan coach Cristian Brocchi admits his job is on the line after an Italian Cup final defeat by Juventus ended the Serie A giants’ hopes of European football next season.

Three Spanish Olympic sailors robbed at gunpoint in Brazil
Spain

Three Spanish Olympic sailors robbed at gunpoint in Brazil

Three members of Spain's Olympic sailing team were robbed at gunpoint in a popular tourist area of Rio de Janeiro.

Denmark wins world badminton team title
Denmark

Denmark wins world badminton team title

Denmark beat Indonesia 3-2 in the Thomas Cup final Sunday, securing the nation's first world badminton team championship after racking up eight second-place finishes over the decades.

Fiat Chrysler suspected of emissions cheating: Germany
Germany

Fiat Chrysler suspected of emissions cheating: Germany

German regulators suspect that Italian-American auto maker Fiat Chrysler, like Volkswagen, used illegal software to cheat on emissions tests, a newspaper report said Sunday.

Events in Turkey ‘a great concern,’ says German leader
Germany

Events in Turkey ‘a great concern,’ says German leader

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said some political developments in Turkey were a source of "great concern” and pledged to address them during a visit to the country on Monday.

Swede hotshot Ibrahimovic lifts cup in PSG swansong
Sweden

Swede hotshot Ibrahimovic lifts cup in PSG swansong

Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored two goals and set up another as Paris Saint-Germain defeated bitter rivals Marseille 4-2 to clinch a 10th French Cup title on Saturday in the Swede's final game with the club.

Three die in gun rampage in western Austria
Austria

Three die in gun rampage in western Austria

Three people have died after a gunman open fired on a crowd at a concert in western Austria and then turned the gun on himself.

Bayern clinch German Cup on Guardiola farewell
Germany

Bayern clinch German Cup on Guardiola farewell

Pep Guardiola celebrated a dramatic final victory as Bayern Munich coach on Saturday, as his side beat Borussia Dortmund on penalties to win the German Cup final.

Spain’s baffled British expats on edge as Brexit looms
Spain

Spain’s baffled British expats on edge as Brexit looms

What do British expats in Spain really think about Brexit?