Asylum seekers to the European Union should be held on islands rather than be allowed direct access to the continent, Austria's foreign minister has said.
Novak Djokovic joined the tennis greats on Sunday when he downed British second seed Andy Murray 3-6 6-1 6-2 6-4 to claim his maiden French Open title and hold all four grand slams at the same time.
The swollen Seine receded on Sunday, but between flood damages, strikes and terror fears, France was firmly stuck in the doldrums just five days before the Euro football tournament.
The landmark Paris Ritz hotel will re-open its palatial doors to guests Monday after nearly four years of renovations and a major fire.
Six Czech tourists were injured when their bus was hit by gunfire while travelling through southeastern France, a prosecutor said today.
The Swiss on Sunday flatly rejected a radical proposal to provide the entire population with a basic income.
A security guard at Malaga airport on Spain's Costa del Sol has been arrested on suspicion of helping to smuggle marijuana to Britain, police said on Sunday.
A German right-wing populist politician has attacked Chancellor Angela Merkel as a "dictator" who is trying to "replace the German people" with migrants, a Sunday newspaper reported.
Dwarfed by huge jets all around, the mini-plane Thor was nonetheless an eye-catcher at the Berlin air show this week – the small Airbus marvel is the world’s first 3D-printed aircraft.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's party was locked in battle on Sunday, June 5, for control of Rome and other cities in municipal elections seen as a test for the ruling party and the country's divided right.
FIFA’s new chief Gianni Infantino accused “enemies” Sunday of trying to paint him as greedy, and voiced surprise at revelations that his disgraced predecessor and his deputies awarded themselves millions in dubious bonuses.
Spain's anti-austerity party Podemos and its allies could overtake the Socialists in this month's general election to become the country's main opposition, three polls showed on Sunday.
A Swedish nurse who converted to Catholicism and helped dozens of Jews during the Holocaust was made a saint on Sunday, Sweden's first saint in 6 centuries.
A football pitch in Enskede in the south of Stockholm was painted with a large swastika on Saturday, just a day before a tournament involving a team of unaccompanied refugee youths was due to take place.
Two people died and 46 others were injured on Sunday after a bus carrying mostly foreigners rammed into a broken down truck in southern Spain, police said.
The rain-swollen River Seine in Paris receded after reaching its highest level in three decades as attention turned on Sunday to other areas of France where alert warnings have been issued.
The leader of a German anti-immigrant party has hit out at football star Mesut Ozil for not singing the national anthem and accused him of peddling a political Islamic agenda.