After two migrants were crushed to death on a freight train at the beginning of December, police in Tyrol are now inspecting cargo trains crossing the border from Italy.
Sweden's prime minister Stefan Löfven wants every citizen in the country to have access to basic state services as well as faster broadband.
With Gotland's regional government having rejected the opportunity to lease one of its ports to Russian gas company Nord Stream, the Danish island of Bornholm has registered its interest.
Sweden's foreign minister Margot Wallström is visiting the occupied West Bank, where she took part in several meetings on Friday.
Five people were arrested and arms seized in a police raid which France and Spain claimed dealt a "blow" to Spanish Basque separatists ETA, but which rights groups slammed Saturday as a "political" operation.
A Spanish court on Friday acquitted on appeal a spokeswoman for Madrid's city council who was fined over 4,000 euros for taking her top off in a chapel in a 2011 protest.
Hundreds of Catalan pro-independence supporters rallied Friday in support of regional parliament speaker Carme Forcadell as she appeared for questioning for allowing a debate on secession from Spain.
Pope Francis voiced hope for a "fruitful and joyous" old age at a mass for his 80th birthday on Saturday, as he received messages of congratulations from around the world. '
Italy's highest court on Friday suspended a sentence for false accounting and corruption handed to former boss of aerospace and defence group Finmeccanica, Giuseppe Orsi, Italian media reported.
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A French anti-terrorist judge has charged three more men suspected of helping to arm the Islamist radical who crushed 86 people to death with a truck in Nice, a judicial source said Saturday.
A US federal judge overseeing the Volkswagen emissions scandal will review the German automaker's proposals on Monday.
A Turkish national suspected of spying on Ankara's behalf has been arrested in the city of Hamburg, the German federal prosecutor's office said Friday.
A four-person group based in Malmö has been arrested for people smuggling worth up to an alleged 100,000 kronor ($10,700).