A Swedish citizen and a Danish citizen have been arrested in Turkey on suspicion of planning acts of terror in Europe, according to Turkish media.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven says he discussed human rights with Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani during an official visit to Tehran.
Swedes might find themselves cancelling skiing and skating plans next week, with mild air and temperatures above freezing coming to many parts of the country.
The trial of Artur Mas, former president of Spain's Catalonia region, over a non-binding independence vote in 2014 ended Friday.
The Italian government on Friday created 14 fast-track asylum appeal courts in a bid to speed up decisions on deporting migrants with no right to stay in the country.
Italy is to seek world heritage status for its leg of a much-tramped pilgrim's route which once linked Canterbury to Rome.
French jihadist Rachid Kassim, suspected of inspiring several attacks in France, was targeted in a coalition air strike near the Iraqi city of Mosul, but his death is not yet confirmed.
A truck carrying 2,000 pounds (40 tonnes) of cat food collided with a car in central France Friday, littering the motorway with its tins for kitty.
French carmaker Renault said Friday it booked a record year in 2016 and that it would not set aside any provisions for potential financial fallout from a diesel emissions probe.
Insider trading suspicions against Deutsche Börse chief Carsten Kengeter took a new turn Friday after a German media report that he discussed merger plans with the London Stock Exchange with a government official shortly before a large share purchase.
Fake statements attributed to Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström have been posted by Russian Twitter accounts, according to reports.