France’s ‘Jungle’ children arrive in UK
France

France’s ‘Jungle’ children arrive in UK

The first group of children from the French "Jungle" migrant camp with no connection to Britain have arrived in the country, the Home Office said Sunday, ahead of the camp's planned demolition.

French FM calls for end to Aleppo ‘massacre’
France

French FM calls for end to Aleppo ‘massacre’

France's foreign minister urged the international community to "do everything" to end the "massacre" in the Syrian city of Aleppo on Sunday after fighting resumed following a 72-hour truce declared by Damascus ally Russia.

Swiss unblock millions after Italy acquittals
Italy

Swiss unblock millions after Italy acquittals

Switzerland's attorney general's office said Sunday it had unblocked accounts holding some $140 million, which were frozen more than a decade ago to assist Italy in a tax fraud probe of the Mediaset broadcaster.

Swedish photographer shot near Mosul
Sweden

Swedish photographer shot near Mosul

Paul Hansen, a photographer working for Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter, has sustained light injuries after being hit by what appears to be a sniper while covering the battle for the Isis-held city of Mosul in Iraq.

Israel thanks Italy for Jerusalem stance
Italy

Israel thanks Italy for Jerusalem stance

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked his Italian counterpart Matteo Renzi on Saturday for his stance against a resolution adopted by UNESCO on Jerusalem.

Parisians cheer on protesting French police
France

Parisians cheer on protesting French police

Angry French police have taken to the streets for five nights in a row -- and Parisians have started to cheer them on, reviving scenes last seen following the Charlie Hebdo attacks in 2015.

Scarlett Johansson turns popcorn girl in Paris
France

Scarlett Johansson turns popcorn girl in Paris

Hollywood superstar Scarlett Johansson swapped the red carpet for a turn behind the counter at her new popcorn shop in Paris on Saturday.

US couple donates huge art collection to Paris
France

US couple donates huge art collection to Paris

A Texan couple who discovered their love for art during a trip to Paris in the 1970s are to donate the multi-million dollar collection they have amassed since to the French capital.

Spain worries about tourism future
Spain

Spain worries about tourism future

After basking in its best tourist summer season in 15 years, Spain now sees dark clouds on the horizon as popular destinations reach saturation point and holidaymakers are more thrifty, industry experts say.

Spain’s Socialists lift veto on Rajoy to break deadlock
Spain

Spain’s Socialists lift veto on Rajoy to break deadlock

Spain's embattled Socialists on Sunday voted to lift a long-standing veto that has prevented the conservatives from forming a minority government, in what should finally end a ten-month political impasse.

Muslim woman wins headscarf court battle
Switzerland

Muslim woman wins headscarf court battle

A Swiss court has ruled against a company that fired a longtime employee after she began wearing the Muslim headscarf.

Trollhättan remembers school attack victims
Sweden

Trollhättan remembers school attack victims

Hundreds of people on Saturday turned out for a torchlight procession in the small town of Trollhättan in southwestern Sweden to honour the victims of last year’s deadly school attack there.

Sweden wants emission- free cars in EU by 2030
Sweden

Sweden wants emission- free cars in EU by 2030

Sweden's environment minister on Saturday urged the European Union to ban petrol and diesel-powered vehicles from 2030.