Have we seen the last of Nicolas Sarkozy?
Dark horse François Fillon and fellow former PM Alain Juppé won through to the second round of the French presidential primary on Sunday, knocking out Nicolas Sarkozy in the process.
The Swedish centre-right politician fired on Friday for calling the country’s Social Security minister a “whore” has broken his silence.
A Canadian tourist who left a suitcase containing 10,000 euros ($10,500) in cash in a Barcelona taxi has been reunited with his money thanks to an honest cab driver.
Sweden has reconstituted its old Cold War anti-ship defence system, pulling launch trucks and other parts out of museums in its latest move to improve defences on the island of Gotland.
Oscar-winning Spanish actors Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem will star in a new film set in Spain by Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, Cruz said in an interview published on Sunday.
A Protestant pastor's daughter who grew up behind the Iron Curtain, Angela Merkel rose to become the "chancellor of Europe" who has outlasted a generation of world leaders.
French voters went to the polls on Sunday for the first round of a US-style primary to choose a rightwing candidate for next year's presidential elections.
Sweden’s most notorious killer, the Laser Man, could be extradited to Germany to face new charges after nearly 25 years in prison.
France's right-wing presidential hopefuls kick off their nominating contest Sunday as a sudden tightening of the race cast doubt on ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy's chances of regaining the Elysee Palace.
Russia has demanded an explanation after two Swiss fighter jets carried out a "routine check" of a Russian official plane in its airspace.
A previously unknown Ingmar Bergman manuscript about the 1960s sexual and social revolution is to be turned into a movie, nearly a decade after the Swedish director's death.
Spanish police arrested two Moroccans suspected of forming part of the Islamic State (ISIS) group's propaganda and recruitment network.
Pope Francis on Sunday brought to a close the Catholic Church's "Year of Mercy," shutting the Holy Door at Saint Peter's after a packed 12 months.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told her party on Sunday that she would seek re-election next year, in a move likely to be welcomed in capitals across the world.
France president Francois Hollande warned Donald Trump on Saturday that US commitments to reducing climate change and global warming are "irreversible".