Malmö shooters ‘may have fled by bicycle’
Sweden

Malmö shooters ‘may have fled by bicycle’

Witnesses have reported seeing two people leaving the scene on bicycles after a shooting incident in Malmö Saturday night.

Defiant Fillon draws thousands for ‘last chance’ Paris rally – but is it too late?
France

Defiant Fillon draws thousands for ‘last chance’ Paris rally – but is it too late?

Thousands gather for Fillon in Paris, but will it even matter? It appears his party is preparing to cast him aside.

Swedish archbishop calls for support for Iraqi Christians
Sweden

Swedish archbishop calls for support for Iraqi Christians

Archbishop Antje Jackelén has called for more international support to be offered to Iraq’s Christian population.

Austria calls for EU-wide ban on Turkish campaign events
Austria

Austria calls for EU-wide ban on Turkish campaign events

Turkish politicians should be banned from political campaigning across the European Union, Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern said Sunday.

Catalan legal body rules against regional government over referendum
Spain

Catalan legal body rules against regional government over referendum

A top legal body in Catalonia ruled Friday that the region's separatist government does not have the authority to call a referendum on independence.

‘Too many foreigners’ in public housing: Florence mayor
Italy

‘Too many foreigners’ in public housing: Florence mayor

The leftist mayor of Florence, Dario Nardella, on Saturday called for measures to limit the number of foreigners in Italy's public housing, warning against becoming like the heavily immigrant suburbs in France.

Two girls swept out to sea in Marseille
France

Two girls swept out to sea in Marseille

A four-year-old girl is dead and her eight-year-old sister missing after both were swept out to sea by a large wave in the southern French port of Marseille, a source close to the case said Sunday.

Fillon’s wife breaks silence over ‘fake jobs’ scandal
France

Fillon’s wife breaks silence over ‘fake jobs’ scandal

The wife of scandal-hit French conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon broke her silence Sunday over the "fake jobs" scandal that threatens to engulf his bid for power.

France to encourage banks to work with Iran: minister
France

France to encourage banks to work with Iran: minister

France wants to encourage the "normalisation" of banking relations with Iran to improve economic relations with the Islamic republic, French Economy Minister Michel Sapin said Saturday in Tehran.

Toilet show is light relief at Paris fashion week
France

Toilet show is light relief at Paris fashion week

New brand Sirloin gave tradition the bum's rush by presenting its debut collection this weekend in one of the French capital's most well-appointed public toilets.

Takeover of German Opel comes after years of crisis
Germany

Takeover of German Opel comes after years of crisis

The imminent takeover of General Motors' European subsidiary Opel by French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen comes after almost two decades of crisis for the historic manufacturer.

Body of beheaded German hostage found: Philippines
Germany

Body of beheaded German hostage found: Philippines

The Philippine military said on Sunday it had recovered the body of an elderly German hostage who was beheaded by Islamic militants last week.

Man shot dead in car in Malmö
Sweden

Man shot dead in car in Malmö

One man was killed and another seriously injured in a shooting incident in Malmö on Saturday night.