Five wolves were shot by Swedish hunters on Saturday morning, meaning they have killed 22 out of the 24 wolves for which licences have been granted after just one week.
UPDATED: An expert at Sweden's most respected foreign policy institute have accused Russia of using underhand methods, including fake news, counterfeit documents, and other disinformation, to influence Swedish decision-making.
The president of France's Metz football team has compared a two-point reduction for flare-throwing to blaming the Bataclan management for 2015's deadly terror attack.
A photo of a mysterious mouse wagon has been posted by the Malmö street art group Anonymouse. What can it mean?
A French court on Friday acquitted a man for helping migrants sneak into the country from Italy as immigration issues play a major role ahead of this year's elections.
The rights group Survival International has accused WWF of forcing the hunter gather Baka tribe from their land.
Volkswagen is close to a deal to pay $2 billion to settle a US criminal investigation into the emissions-cheating scandal involving its diesel cars, the New York Times reported Friday.
Denmark said on Friday that Seoul has sought the extradition of the daughter of Choi Soon-Sil, the woman at the heart of a scandal that led to the impeachment of the South Korean president.
Sunday shopping at Paris's prestigious department stores is finally becoming a reality.