Italy is not ready to pretend everything is alright when Europe is not functioning properly, Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said Saturday, the day after a key EU gathering.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Saturday she would no longer use "we can do it" as her rallying cry to welcome and integrate migrants in the belief it has become a mere slogan.
A French union activist who lost an eye this week when protesters against labour reforms clashed with security forces said on Saturday he was going to take legal against the police.
At a little over seven seconds France's lasts the longest but America's is by far the biggest.
A huge security alert was triggered in central Paris on Saturday afternoon after reports of a shooting but the latest reports suggest it was a false alarm.
A new set of proposed tax breaks aims to make people fix rather than throw out their old shoes, bicycles and clothes. How very Swedish.
Two of resort manager Kjartan Sekkingstad's fellow hostages were beheaded by the Islamic militants.
The man was deported even though a court had ordered his case to be reviewed.
A Syrian woman gave birth to a baby boy in mid-flight on Friday night en route between Istanbul and Stockholm.
Everything you need to know about the poet of Palestinian descent who was jailed on Friday.
Austrian energy drink maker Red Bull said it posted record profits of 501 million euros ($559 million) in 2015, an increase of 35 percent, according to the economics magazine Trend.
The UN special rapporteur on Eritrea has called for the country to reveal the fate of Dawit Isaak and those arrested with him 15 years ago.
The government has authorised hunters to kill 47 of the estimated 68 wolves registered as living in the country last winter.
It was "absolutely against Italy's law" for an Italian prosecutor to refuse Tiziana Cantone's pleas to have a sex video of her taken offline, the country's privacy tsar has argued, days after her tragic suicide.
Demonstrators took to the streets across Germany on Saturday in protest over a massive transatlantic trade deal, dealing a new blow to the disputed accord.
The fine would be the largest ever inflicted on a foreign bank in the US.
The lawsuit was filed early on Friday afternoon.
Omar Diaby's propaganda videos are seen as the chief reason so many French nationals have joined military groups in Syria and Iraq.