Police fired shots at the wheels of a stolen loader after it was driven into the fence of a centre for psychiatric patients on Sunday.
Police say there were no casualties but incident appears to be latest terror attack in French capital.
Spanish weather forecasters predict some reprieve this week from the heatwave in recent days, but not for very long.
Unknown criminals have destroyed two sculptures of once successful Jewish athletes at an open air exhibition in Frankfurt.
When summer arrives, Sweden shines.
Three men have been arrested in Mönchengladbach on murder charges after they took part in an illegal street race over the weekend that cost an innocent man his life.
The Norwegian government’s secrecy over a terror contingency report is a break with the country’s culture of openness, says Jonas Gahr Støre, leader of the opposition Labour Party.
Enraged by Spanish tax authorities and a perceived lack of support from Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo is threatening to leave the European champions, but is it genuine or part of a greater ploy?
Italian wine is "the first victim of the chaos caused by Brexit", according to farmers' association Coldiretti.
One of the parties in the Berlin government has set out its definition for what constitutes sexism in advertising, after Berlin agreed to ban sexist billboards last year.
Top Swedish football coach Pia Sundhage has been named 2017 Swede of the Year Abroad by Swedes Worldwide, a non-profit organization for Swedes living abroad.
You'll need both your sun hat and your umbrella this week, since storms and temperatures of up to 37C are predicted.
A 16-year-old has pleaded guilty of the murders of Tone Ilebekk and Jakob Hassan in December 2016.
Spain's National Court is hearing the case of a man accused of trying to sell Isis T-shirts online, days before the start of another trial over the same charges.
Here's the key information about the make-up of France's new parliament.
Simon Spilak claimed his second overall Tour of Switzerland victory on Sunday.
The Green Party agreed upon their manifesto on Sunday for the upcoming national elections, saying they wouldn't go into government without marriage being opened up to gay and lesbian couples.
Bisceglie, Puglia is a seaside town, located in the upper heel of Italy's boot and home to around 55,000 people.
A Swede stationed in Mali has been found after going missing following an attack on a luxury resort near Bamako the Armed Forces have confirmed.
Police evacuated the railway station in the town of Vejle on Monday morning after an abandoned rucksack was found.
Police are investigating whether there is an extremist motive behind 12 arson attacks on rail services, which led to delays across the country on Monday morning.
The aircraft industry descends on Paris for the world's biggest airshow Monday, which sees bitter rivals Boeing and Airbus battle for contracts as newcomers snap at the heels of the two giants.
Scientists have discovered a new antibiotic that is highly effective against bacteria resistant to known antimicrobials, which was found in a soil sample taken in Italy.
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane broke off his holiday to call Cristiano Ronaldo in a bid to persuade his unsettled star not to quit the club, Spanish sports daily Marca claimed on Sunday.
Should healthy people who are tired of life have access to assisted suicide?
France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen won a seat in parliament for the first time on Sunday, but it was a bittersweet victory that masked an electoral debacle for her National Front (FN) party.
Police in Greenland are receiving assistance from Danish colleagues after an earthquake caused a village to flood in the autonomous Danish territory.
Italian police have arrested a 29-year-old asylum seeker on terror-related charges, the interior ministry said on Monday morning.
Spain's royal family joined politicians and the bullfighting world on Sunday in mourning matador Ivan Fandino, gored to death in a fight in France.
Macron's party sweeps to victory but it wasn't a landslide and the results were tempered by a low turnout.
In a historic referendum on Sunday the people of Moutier chose to leave canton Bern and join canton Jura.
The European Commission hopes to organize a grand ceremony to remember former German chancellor and European "visionary" Helmut Kohl, a commission spokeswoman said on Sunday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel congratulated French President Emmanuel Macron on winning a "clear parliamentary majority" in elections on Sunday, her spokesman said.
"He has no weak points," Paolo Maldini's partner and coach told media.
For six years, a herd of cows has been roaming freely in two Italian mountain villages. In that time, they have re-learned to live as their ancestors did thousands of years ago, before being domesticated - and we could learn a lot from them, says the photographer behind a new documentary telling their story.
Meet ex-rugby player Anthony Sullivan, now running a gym in Stockholm.
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has pledged to step up the fight against drug gangs in vulnerable areas in Sweden.