Italy suffer penalty heartbreak in Euro 2016 quarter-final
Italy

Italy suffer penalty heartbreak in Euro 2016 quarter-final

Italy lost to world champions Germany on penalties.

Severe storms leading to flooding in Tirol
Austria

Severe storms leading to flooding in Tirol

Unsettled weather across the country has seen severe flooding in parts of Tyrol, with dramatic video of flooding in a Tyrolean village.

Bodypaint floods through sleepy Austrian town
Austria

Bodypaint floods through sleepy Austrian town

Going into its 19th year, the World Bodypainting Festival held at lake Wörthersee in southern Austria has become the melting pot and gathering of artists from 45 nations competing for the title of "World Champion" in bodypainting.

Police kill armed robber leaving two injured
Austria

Police kill armed robber leaving two injured

At least two policemen were wounded, one seriously, in a shootout between armed police and an alleged supermarket robber on Saturday evening in Vienna. The suspect is reported to have been killed.

Egyptair crash investigators get access to voice box
France

Egyptair crash investigators get access to voice box

The memory chips of EgyptAir 804's black box voice recorder are intact and investigators should be able to access it, a committee probing the plane disaster said on Saturday.

Nine Italians killed, one missing in Bangladesh attack
Italy

Nine Italians killed, one missing in Bangladesh attack

Nine Italians were killed and a 10th was listed as missing after militants attacked a restaurant in the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka and took hostages, Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said Saturday.

Sweden backs Vattenfall exit from German coal

Sweden backs Vattenfall exit from German coal

Sweden gave the green light Saturday for state-owned energy giant Vattenfall to sell its German coal operations, as the company moves away from activities blamed for climate change.

How Roskilde’s guests control waste while getting wasted
Denmark

How Roskilde’s guests control waste while getting wasted

As 130,000 eager festival-goers turn Roskilde into a hedonistic wasteland, how do organizers and attendees keep the festival as environmentally-friendly as possible?

French poet Yves Bonnefoy dies aged 93
France

French poet Yves Bonnefoy dies aged 93

Yves Bonnefoy, France's most famous contemporary poet and celebrated translator of Shakespeare whose poems were translated into 30 languages, has died at the age of 93, officials confirmed Saturday.

Italians may be among the dead in Dhaka cafe attack
Italy

Italians may be among the dead in Dhaka cafe attack

Seven Italian nationals may be among the 20 hostages killed by gunmen who stormed a restaurant popular with foreigners in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, Italian state television has said.

Malkovich and Le Monde go to battle in French court
France

Malkovich and Le Monde go to battle in French court

John Malkovich took French daily Le Monde and two of its journalists to court Friday for defamation over a report alleging the US actor had a secret Swiss bank account.

Young woman dies at Roskilde Festival
Denmark

Young woman dies at Roskilde Festival

UPDATED: A 20-year-old Copenhagen woman died in the early hours of Saturday.

Joy as jazz giants return to Swiss town of Montreux
Switzerland

Joy as jazz giants return to Swiss town of Montreux

As saxophone supremo Charles Lloyd pushes out a cascade of soaring notes, jazz aficionados in Montreux sway in rapture.

Zlatan reunited with Mourinho at Manchester United
Sweden

Zlatan reunited with Mourinho at Manchester United

Can the Swedish superstar recapture the swagger that eluded him at Euro 2016?

In the annulment aftermath
Austria

In the annulment aftermath

Austria was preparing Saturday for a re-run of May's presidential election in a vote that gives Norbert Hofer another shot at becoming the EU's first far-right president.