24-year-old committed no crime, although police questioned his "common sense".
Despite the ongoing strike of waste collectors in Stockholm, officials said on Sunday that residents’ complaints had decreased and a backlog of trash was steadily dwindling as replacement workers hit the streets over the weekend.
A fake story claiming that six Arab countries had demanded that Qatar be stripped of the right to host the World Cup was published on Saturday on a site falsely purporting to be The Local Switzerland.
Thirty-three people suffered minor injuries Sunday in a collision between two trains on a rollercoaster at one of Spain's oldest theme parks.
Swiss star becomes Wimbledon's oldest men's winner in the modern era.
It's one of the shortest land borders in the world: a few dozen metres of plastic cord across a sandbank separate Morocco from the tiny Spanish enclave of Penon de Velez de la Gomera.
French President Emmanuel Macron called on Sunday for a resumption of long-stalled Middle East peace talks based on a two-state solution.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday assured visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of his "vigilance" regarding the 2015 nuclear accord reached by Western powers with Iran.
Germany should be legally bound to invest in infrastructure, the centre-left challenger to Chancellor Angela Merkel at September elections said on Sunday.
Two German air force jets were deployed late on Saturday to escort and help a Korean plane land in Stuttgart after it lost contact with air traffic controllers.
France is seeking to use Brexit to weaken the City of London, the British finance sector's EU pointman warned in a leaked report published on Sunday.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday marked 75 years since the roundup of some 13,000 Jews to be sent to Nazi death camps, calling France's responsibility a "stark truth" at a ceremony attended by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Germany has for years longed for a stronger French partner, but may have got more than it bargained for as the self-confident Emmanuel Macron takes Europe's spotlight.
Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern believes his centre-left party can win a majority in elections on October 15 despite polls suggesting a close three-way race with the conservatives and the far-right.
Eleven people were arrested on suspicion of sexual assault at this year's infamous bull running festival in Pamplona, Spanish authorities said on Saturday.
Sweden have so far lost all 11 competitive encounters with the eight-time European champions.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be in Paris on Sunday to mark the 75th anniversary of a notorious roundup of thousands of Jews, an invitation that has angered his critics.
Chris Froome admitted he hadn't expected to be back in yellow on Saturday after Australian Michael Matthews won the Tour de France's 14th stage.
French police cancelled a concert by a Congolese singer on Saturday after violent protests around the venue by opponents of Democratic Republic of Congo president Joseph Kabila.
A British pilot reported missing in the French Alps was found dead on Saturday in the debris of his crashed glider, the prosecutor for the Gap region said.