Roger Federer will miss the remainder of the season, including next month's Olympic Games in Rio.
Hungary's right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Tuesday described the arrival of asylum seekers in Europe as "a poison", saying his country did not want or need "a single migrant".
The latest terror attack has left France facing similar questions to those it has tackled numerous times since the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January last year. So how will France react?
France's Muslim leaders have denounced Tuesday's apparent terror attack at a church, and called for the country's Muslims to band together in support.
A former security guard was handed a life sentence Tuesday for murdering two children, one of them a four-year-old Bosnian boy snatched from a crowded migrant registration centre last year.
Gonzalo Higuain completed his move to Juventus after the Italian champions reportedly agreed to pay a €94.7 million buyout clause to wrest the Argentine striker from Napoli on Tuesday.
Seven of the nine victims were Muslim.
From tomorrow the French will be the only workers in Europe still handing over money to the taxman.
Police cordoned off an area around a shopping centre in Malmö after a man was shot on Tuesday afternoon.
Norwegian politicians have no business getting involved in the US presidential election, says Hilmar Mjelde from the University of Bergen.
Not the Swedish Chef as you know him.
Eighteen-year-old refugee Yusra Mardini has pulled a boat of 20 refugees from the middle of the Aegean to the Greek shore. Now she's preparing to swim at the Olympics.
So you think Swedes pay a lot in tax? Others pay much more, according to a new study.
The last week has been brutal and shocking, but we need to stay calm and keep the events we have witnessed in perspective, argues Jörg Luyken.
Fireworks caused 250 accidents last year in Switzerland – half of them on August 1st.
Relatives of an Irishman who died after being prescribed a common painkiller in Spain have spoken out to warn other holidaymakers of the danger.
Father Jacques Hamel could have retired at 75 but believed he could still be of service so carried on.
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A video by a Danish comedian has stirred up a heated debate on the utility of prayer and religion in general.
Spanish police have busted a gang who have been advertising fake holiday apartments in Barcelona.
Forget the myth about the tall, blond, modern Viking.
A priest was killed after armed men took over a church in northern France, before they too were killed by police. Here is what we know.
A doctor has died after being shot at a Berlin hospital by an elderly man, Berlin police said on Twitter on Tuesday.
Here is a recap of major assaults and foiled attempts since the Charlie Hebdo shootings in Paris in January 2015.
Terror group Isis has said its soldiers were behind the killing of a French priest at his church on Tuesday as President François Hollande vows to wage war against them "by every means".
Plainclothes officers can help in fight against gun attacks. But Munich showed that they can lead to confusion in efforts to track down the real attackers.
France's long-standing fears that its churches would be targeted by terrorists were realized on Tuesday. But can the government do anything to protect them?
As Spain celebrates Grandparents' Day, The Local takes a look at what makes Spanish abuelos so special...
The Italian government on Tuesday sold part of air traffic service company Enav on the stock exchange, netting €759 million.
A man reported missing in early July has been found dead close to the wreck of his car in central Switzerland.
A Danish asylum centre on the island of Bornholm was purportedly visited by a man claiming to be an Isis representative.
The political pulse of Italy has changed its rhythm.
A baby is in intensive care in Austria after licking a piece of foil thought to have drugs on it while out for a walk with her parents.
A bull made an unusual stop off during the annual bull run at a festival in Cheste, in the eastern region of Valencia.
Vienna is going through a tourism boom at the moment after seeing significantly more tourists in the first half of this year.
Switzerland has registered 28 cases of the birth-defect causing Zika virus since the start of the year.
The Spanish airline has cancelled 38 internal and 76 international flights between July 30th to August 2nd as pilots strike during the busy start of the summer holidays.
UPDATED: Two men armed with knives killed a priest after taking several people hostage at a French church, before they were shot dead by police.
"It was probably left there deliberately to create panic."
An armed thief who robbed a jewellers in Vienna managed to slip away and evade capture despite police surrounding a hotel he escaped into.
Eighty-three percent of Germans see immigration as Germany's "biggest challenge" - that's twice as many as a year ago, and more than in any of the other countries surveyed.
An Ethiopian has died after he was stabbed in the chest during clashes at the Calais migrant camp.
The fire brigade in the canton of Schwyz had a busy night dealing with flooding emergencies.
The Spanish government has used drones to discover more than 1.69 million homes are not paying sufficient taxes.
Integration Minister Sylvi Listhaug of the anti-immigration Progress Party warned that further immigration and asylum restrictions may be on the way.
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern is travelling to Budapest today for talks with the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban over refugee policies.
Residents of Ansbach were left reeling Monday after a Syrian suicide bomber blew himself up outside a music festival, shattering the sleepy calm of this picture-postcard southern German city.
One of the arrested men was reportedly in a photo with the killer beside the truck used in the attack.
A controversial nude photo exhibition finally opened on Copenhagen’s Nytorv square on Monday after months of wrangling with the local police.
Germany's legendary Bayreuth opera festival, dedicated to the works of Richard Wagner, got off to a rapturous start on Monday with a brand new production of the composer's last opera, "Parsifal", enthusiastically received by the first-night audience.
More people have drowned in Sweden so far this year than in any other year this century. The good weather is getting the blame.
Cooling off with a midnight dip in Rome's famous Trevi Fountain may sound like a dream "Roman Holiday", but an Italian police crackdown has landed a series of splash-happy tourists with fat fines.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday accused the EU of not paying its way under a deal to send Syrian refugees back across the Aegean.
Despite the efforts of the French president the controversy over the security arrangements on the night of the Nice attack won't go away.
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Solar Impulse 2 has landed in the UAE, completing its epic round-the-world journey.
Here's what to do if you are affected by the one-week Air France strike that begins on Wednesday.
Four high school students who performed a Nazi salute in a school photo have had their convictions for inciting racial hatred quashed by an appeal court.
What are Swedish journalists to do during the long dry news spell of summer? Here are the most bizarre stories we could find.
One month after the Brexit referendum Sarah Campbell, a British reader based in Uppsala, pens a love letter to her European Union.