Masked men on mopeds shoot four in Malmö
Sweden

Masked men on mopeds shoot four in Malmö

At least four people have been injured in a shooting in southern Malmö.

‘War crimes committed in Aleppo’: French UN envoy
France

‘War crimes committed in Aleppo’: French UN envoy

France's envoy to the United Nations has called for an urgent Security Council meet on the war crimes he asserts are being committed in Aleppo.

‘Curse of Phantom’ strikes as Paris theatre burns
France

‘Curse of Phantom’ strikes as Paris theatre burns

The curse of Phantom of the Opera has struck with a fire at a Paris theatre threatening the musical's French debut.

78-year-old crowned Sweden’s best grower of oilseed rape
Sweden

78-year-old crowned Sweden’s best grower of oilseed rape

"This is one of the happiest days of my life,” said 78-year- old Gunnar Henningson, after being crowned Sweden's "Rapsmästaren".

Merkel party leader admits sexism is a problem
Germany

Merkel party leader admits sexism is a problem

A leader of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party admitted Sunday that it has a problem with sexism in its ranks.

Two teenage girls held in France over ‘terror plot’
France

Two teenage girls held in France over ‘terror plot’

Two teenage girls from Nice are being held on suspicion of planning a jihadi attack.

Sweden to bring in tighter rape laws to up convictions
Sweden

Sweden to bring in tighter rape laws to up convictions

Swedish lawmakers are to propose adding a controversial consent clause to the country’s rape laws.

Ethiopia’s Bekele nears record in Berlin marathon win
Germany

Ethiopia’s Bekele nears record in Berlin marathon win

Kenenisa Bekele narrowly missed out on the world record on Sunday as the Ethiopian won the Berlin marathon ahead of former winner Wilson Kipsang.

Merkel wants to send back failed migrants
Austria

Merkel wants to send back failed migrants

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, under fire at home over her refugees policy, called Saturday for Europe to secure deals with third countries to send back migrants who do not qualify for asylum.

Sweden’s centre-right voters up for deals with populist SD
Sweden

Sweden’s centre-right voters up for deals with populist SD

A growing majority of voters for Sweden’s four-party centre-right Alliance support working with the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats.

‘Sulking Ronaldo has to live with being subbed’: Zidane
Spain

‘Sulking Ronaldo has to live with being subbed’: Zidane

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane insisted Cristiano Ronaldo has to learn to live with being substituted after the Portuguese striker sulked off the field.

Europe needs deals to send migrants home: Merkel
Germany

Europe needs deals to send migrants home: Merkel

Europe needs to secure more deals to send rejected migrants home, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told counterparts in Vienna.

French fighter jet deal: India ‘a school of patience’
France

French fighter jet deal: India ‘a school of patience’

The less-than-supersonic sale of French Rafale fighter jets to India has highlighted the obstacles facing foreign arms firms seeking to do business with the world's biggest weapons importer.

Swiss back new law to allow phone and email tapping
Switzerland

Swiss back new law to allow phone and email tapping

Swiss voters approved a new surveillance law on Sunday, in a victory for the government.

Basques and Galicians vote to unblock Spain’s deadlock
Spain

Basques and Galicians vote to unblock Spain’s deadlock

Spain's Basque country and Galicia went to the polls Sunday in regional elections that may help unblock the long-lasting national political paralysis.

Generations of glamour unite to toast Bottega Veneta
Italy

Generations of glamour unite to toast Bottega Veneta

Hollywood icon Lauren Hutton joined Gigi Hadid on the catwalk as the world of glamour united across the generations to celebrate 50 years of venerated Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta.

Hollande vows to ‘completely dismantle’ Calais Jungle
France

Hollande vows to ‘completely dismantle’ Calais Jungle

President Francois Hollande has bowed to right-wing pressure and stepped up pledge to combat illegal migration.