Police in the Austrian city of Linz reported on an affray between a group of asylum seekers and another group consisting of football supporters in the early hours of Saturday morning.
An embarrassing postponement of Austria's high-stakes October 2 presidential election looked all but inevitable Saturday, because of technical problems involving glue failing to stick on postal votes.
An editorial published on the blog of party founder Beppe Grillo was titled: "The Games in Rome? No thank you!"
Will the new wall succeed in keeping migrants out of the port of Calais?
As Social Democrat veteran Ilmar Reepalu prepares to announce proposals to limit profits from welfare, a new poll shows that a majority of Swedes support curbs.
America's "La La Land" and "Jackie" face challenge for prized award from Argentinian directors.
Facebook's algorithms had automatically removed the iconic image of a naked Vietnamese girl because it defied its Community Standards.
SAS is the first European airline to announce a ban.
OPINION: The Local speaks to Liz Castro, a member of the Catalan National Assembly board, which organizes the mass march for independence on La Diada.
Abraham Ukbagabir stabbed a 55-year-old woman and her 27-year-old son to death with a kitchen knife pulled from the display at a branch of Ikea in Västerås.
Secessionist parties have been squabbling since forming a majority in Catalonia's regional parliament last year.
James Liang, 62, is expected to help US pursue its criminal case against the German automaker.
Stan Wawrinka powers his way into US Open final.
The aim is for EU joint forces be able to respond faster to threats.