‘National security advisor’ Bildt was ‘recommended’: Fox
Sweden

‘National security advisor’ Bildt was ‘recommended’: Fox

American television station Fox News says that it was recommended the unknown Nils Bildt for an interview on immigration and integration in Sweden.

Several injured in fire at Sweden’s largest asylum centre
Sweden

Several injured in fire at Sweden’s largest asylum centre

Panic ensued and a number of people were injured after a suspected arson attack on Restad gård, the largest asylum centre in Sweden.

Suspected rape after Stockholm unlicensed taxi journey
Sweden

Suspected rape after Stockholm unlicensed taxi journey

Two women were victims of suspected rape after taking an unlicensed taxi in northern Stockholm.

Madrid invites Airbus CEO to debrief on military plane woes
Spain

Madrid invites Airbus CEO to debrief on military plane woes

Spain has invited the head of Airbus to travel to Madrid next month to brief defence officials about its troubled A400M military transport plane, the defence ministry said Friday.

Sistine chapel photographed in unprecedented detail
Italy

Sistine chapel photographed in unprecedented detail

The famous frescoes of the Sistine Chapel, whose ceiling was painted by Michelangelo, can now be examined in minute detail thanks to an unprecedented photographic venture, the Vatican Museums have said.

Italy’s left-wing rebels abandon Renzi for new party
Italy

Italy’s left-wing rebels abandon Renzi for new party

Rebels from Italy's ruling party struck out on their own on Saturday founding a movement they hailed as a "renewal" for left-wing politics.

French presidential candidate Macron to meet Merkel

French presidential candidate Macron to meet Merkel

France's centrist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron will meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in March, his team said Saturday.

Two Britons charged in France over illegal medicines trade
France

Two Britons charged in France over illegal medicines trade

Two Britons were charged in northwest France Saturday of participating in an illegal drug network that advertised and sold unlicensed medicines advertised as able to heal cancer and other medical conditions.

Two suspects charged in France over possible terror plot
France

Two suspects charged in France over possible terror plot

Two men who had been arrested on suspicion of planning an "imminent" terror attack in France were charged on Saturday, legal sources said.

France sends backup to Niger after 16 troops killed
France

France sends backup to Niger after 16 troops killed

France is to send a contingent of counterterror forces to help the army in Niger after militants ambushed a military patrol killing 16, the defence ministry said.

No legal let up as French candidates face probes
France

No legal let up as French candidates face probes

France's presidential frontrunners Francois Fillon and far-right leader Marine Le Pen can expect no pause in legal investigations targeting them ahead of elections in April, the justice minister said Sunday.

One dead, two injured in Germany car attack
Germany

One dead, two injured in Germany car attack

One person was killed and two injured Saturday when a man rammed a car into pedestrians in the southern German city of Heidelberg, said police, adding that it did not appear to be a terror attack.

Chicago ‘much worse’ than Malmö: American journalist
Sweden

Chicago ‘much worse’ than Malmö: American journalist

American journalist Tim Pool has spent two days seeing 'dangerous' Malmö with his own eyes.

Here’s where Swedes spend their winter vacations in Sweden
Sweden

Here’s where Swedes spend their winter vacations in Sweden

The remote Lapland mountains are a top choice for Swedes when it comes to the winter holidays.