Spain's parliament voted conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy back into power Saturday, ending a rollercoaster, 10-month political crisis despite bitter opposition and lingering divisions.
The Swedish chapter of Save the Children has reported a Stockholm youth centre to the police after a video emerged, suggesting staff there were organising “fight clubs” for kids.
The body of a missing young German woman was found Saturday on the slopes of Gran Sasso, the highest peak in central Italy, according to media reports citing local police.
Spanish police said Saturday they had detained a Swiss woman who allegedly kept her children captive for seven years, threatening to kill them if they ever tried to get help.
President Francois Hollande on Saturday acknowledged that France bore "broad responsibility" for the internment of thousands of Roma by the World War II Vichy regime and in the early months of the post-war government.
President Francois Hollande on Saturday hailed this week's evacuation of the squalid Calais "Jungle" as a success as he vowed France would not accept the emergence of any more makeshift migrant camps.
A ferry docked at an island of Norway’s southwestern coast caught fire on Saturday, prompting authorities to call on 1,300 people to prepare to evacuate the area.
Sweden is set to tighten its rules on parental leave benefits for immigrating parents by capping the period for which they can claim the pay-outs.
Switzerland's national rail service (SBB) said Friday it was set to launch a new service selling the digital currency Bitcoin at all ticket machines across the country.
October marked a record monthly high in the number of migrants arriving in Italy in recent years, with over 27,000 people reaching its shores.
Italy's major risks commission cautioned Friday that there may be more powerful earthquakes to come following two this week in the country's mountainous centre and a deadly one in August.
Volkswagen plans to cut more than 10,000 jobs in coming years as the German auto giant switches its focus to making electric cars in the wake of the "dieselgate" scandal, a top executive has said.
A new scent is in the air in Calais called "apres-Jungle", but it is not an exotic aftershave.
Spain turns the page on a 10-month political crisis Saturday as lawmakers ready to vote the conservatives back in power, although at the head of a government with unprecedented opposition.
Bob Dylan has finally accepted his Nobel prize for literature, the Swedish Academy that awards it said Friday, breaking his silence on the win that he said left him "speechless".