Sweden will be a completely online country in 2025, according to the government's new three-part broadband strategy.
A number of big-name organisations have taken part in a demonstration in Stockholm, demanding an end to the violence in Syria.
Spain is enjoying a surge in visitors, but hotel maids are not reaping the rewards and are rebelling against their low salaries, which can be as little as two euros to clean a room.
A fire rescue team from Parndorf freed a pony from being trapped on a railway crossing on Saturday afternoon.
Egypt's state prosecutor has ordered that the remains of victims from the crash of EgyptAir flight 804 from Paris to Cairo be handed over to relatives, his office said Saturday.
The chateau of Chambord, the biggest in France's Loire Valley, will see its French formal garden restored thanks to a 3.5 million euro ($3.6 million) donation from a super-rich American financier.
The festive season in Paris kicked off Saturday without any tourist trips to the iconic Eiffel Tower, where a labour strike ground on for a fifth day.
Protestors rallied in Berlin on Saturday against the war in Syria denouncing the international community for failing to help civilians, especially children, in the besieged city of Aleppo.
The condition of stricken Michael Schumacher will remain private, his manager said on Saturday, nearly three years after the Formula One legend suffered serious head injuries while skiing.
A Swedish record was broken this week when a bottle of whisky was sold for 240,000 kronor ($25,700) on Systembolaget's online auction.