Russia tension ‘more dangerous than in Cold War’
Germany

Russia tension ‘more dangerous than in Cold War’

Tensions between the US and Russia are now "more dangerous" than during the Cold War, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said.

Adolf Hitler’s first biography written by the Führer himself
Germany

Adolf Hitler’s first biography written by the Führer himself

The first biography of Adolf Hitler which presented him as "Germany's saviour" and compared him to Jesus was "almost certainly" written by the future dictator himself, a Scottish historian has discovered.

German police grill suspected bomber’s flatmate
Germany

German police grill suspected bomber’s flatmate

German police on Sunday questioned the flat-mate of a Syrian man suspected of plotting a jihadist bomb attack, after finding explosives in their apartment.

Belgian police missed 13 chances to stop Paris attacks
France

Belgian police missed 13 chances to stop Paris attacks

Belgian police missed 13 opportunities to unmask the participants of the deadly Paris November attacks before the events, according to an internal report leaked to a newspaper on Saturday.

Man in Sweden fined for peeing on woman in nightclub
Sweden

Man in Sweden fined for peeing on woman in nightclub

A man in Sweden has been fined nearly $2,000 for peeing on a woman on a night club dance floor.

Another Sweden Democrat caught making Jew joke
Sweden

Another Sweden Democrat caught making Jew joke

Sweden's prime minister Stefan Löfven has slammed the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats as a neo-Nazi party after yet another senior MP was caught making a racist, antisemitic joke.

Olympic chiefs call for global drug-testing body
Switzerland

Olympic chiefs call for global drug-testing body

At a meeting in Lausanne on Saturday, Olympic chiefs called on the World Anti-Doping agency to create a new drug testing body and called for sport's top court to rule on doping sanctions.

Long summer brings Sweden three seasons in one day
Sweden

Long summer brings Sweden three seasons in one day

Three seasons in one day as Sweden experiences summer, autumn and winter simultaneously.

Le Monde ordered to pay Malkovich over SwissLeaks
France

Le Monde ordered to pay Malkovich over SwissLeaks

The Le Monde newspaper has been ordered pay damages to US film star John Malkovich over a story falsely claiming he had a hidden Swiss bank account.

Malkovich wins damages from Le Monde over SwissLeaks
Switzerland

Malkovich wins damages from Le Monde over SwissLeaks

A French court on Friday ordered Le Monde newspaper to pay damages to US film star John Malkovich over a story falsely claiming he had a hidden Swiss bank account.

Super Puma copter ban lifted months after Norway crash
Norway

Super Puma copter ban lifted months after Norway crash

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) on Friday said it had lifted a temporary flight ban imposed in June on Airbus' Super Puma helicopters.

Deutsche Bank fine ‘could threaten EU financial system’
Germany

Deutsche Bank fine ‘could threaten EU financial system’

Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem has said that US fines on European banks such as Deutsche Bank were eroding the stability of the European finance system.

Austria comes to rescue of German sleeper trains
Germany

Austria comes to rescue of German sleeper trains

Austrian Railways has come to the rescue of Germany's sleeper trains, buying 42 of the trains Deutsche Bahn planned to scrap.

French Aleppo plan faces Russia rival in UN
France

French Aleppo plan faces Russia rival in UN

Russia has submitted a rival resolution dismissed by diplomats as "a cynical" diversion from Aleppo bombing.