Suicide is the lead hypothesis in the investigation into the death of the controversial British photographer David Hamilton, 83, a source has told AFP.
Suspected gangland shootings have marked the start of the weekend in the Swedish cities of Malmö and Gothenburg, with victims left seriously wounded in both cities.
Swiss federal prosecutors on Saturday expanded a criminal probe into jihadist propaganda to take in the leader of the country's largest Islamic organisation.
Unidentified attackers burst into a Stockholm mosque, just after morning prayers on Saturday, spray-painting swastikas and hate speech on the walls and throwing firecrackers, police said.
The German government said on Saturday that it would launch an investigation into Nazi influence on the country's post-war central government.
French President Francois Hollande on Saturday called for the embargo that "punishes" Cuba to be "lifted definitively" following the death of Fidel Castro.
A municipality in Sweden is to put all 5,700 of its workers to through a course on issues affecting homosexual, bisexual, trans- and queer people.
Thorbjørn Olesen and Søren Kjeldsen each have one hand on Denmark's first World Cup of Golf trophy, but to create history they must see off America, which has won more than any other.
The acute refugee crisis which near-overwhelmed Sweden’s authorities in autumn last year has done little to damage its citizens’ unusually high social trust, according to a new report.
Swiss voters will head to the polls on Sunday to decide whether or not to speed up the process of phasing out the country's nuclear power plants.
Spanish police have announced an international arrest warrant against a powerful Ukrainian oligarch, identified by media Friday as controversial gas magnate Dmytro Firtash.
Norway's supreme court on Friday rejected a final appeal by fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden to secure assurances he would not be extradited to the US should he travel to Norway to collect an award.
Italian deputies on Friday voted overwhelmingly in favour of a draft 2017 budget that the European Commission has warned will breach EU rules on the management of public finances.
Germany's flagship carrier Lufthansa on Friday offered pilots a new wage deal to end a crippling three-day strike that has led to mass flight cancellations affecting over 300,000 passengers.
British singer and 60s icon Marianne Faithfull paid homage to the victims of last year's Paris attacks in a concert at the Bataclan on Friday, singing a song she wrote about the tragedy.
A Brazilian judge froze Friday some $300 million in assets owned by French tire-maker Michelin, a former Rio de Janeiro state governor, and five of his aides over illegal tax breaks.