Nazis march through central Gothenburg
Sweden

Nazis march through central Gothenburg

The Nazi group Nordic Resistance Movement paraded through the streets of Sweden’s second-largest city on Sunday.

Two dead in Swedish train accident
Sweden

Two dead in Swedish train accident

Two people were killed after being struck by a train in central Sundsvall, Swedish police said on Sunday.

Turkey summons German envoy over ‘terror’ rally in Cologne
Germany

Turkey summons German envoy over ‘terror’ rally in Cologne

Turkey on Saturday summoned the German ambassador to Ankara to condemn what it called a rally organised by supporters of Kurdish militants in Cologne, the foreign ministry said.

German architect Speer, son of top Nazi, dead at 83
Germany

German architect Speer, son of top Nazi, dead at 83

One of Germany's most prominent architects and urban planners of the post-war period, Albert Speer Jr., has died aged 83, local media reported on Sunday.

Worried Catalan employers make referendum back-up plans
Spain

Worried Catalan employers make referendum back-up plans

Catalonia's powerful business leaders are starting to lose their patience with an increasingly bitter tussle over an independence referendum deemed illegal by Madrid.

Catalonia’s mayors caught in referendum crossfire
Spain

Catalonia’s mayors caught in referendum crossfire

Whether they have come out as supporters or opponents of an independence referendum banned by Madrid, Catalan mayors are all under pressure and some even say they have received death threats.

High-stakes election for Germany’s long-term unemployed
Germany

High-stakes election for Germany’s long-term unemployed

Dozens of unemployed people troop into a church in the working-class Garath district of Duesseldorf, western Germany each Friday to load up on donated food, a small gesture towards those left by the wayside in a booming economy.

In election battle, eastern Germany’s first black MP fights hate
Germany

In election battle, eastern Germany’s first black MP fights hate

He has been beaten up, received death threats and hundreds of insulting emails, but Karamba Diaby is not one to give up.

French reporter back home after Turkish terror charges
France

French reporter back home after Turkish terror charges

The young French journalist Loup Bureau arrived back in Paris on Sunday, "tired but relieved", after being detained for more than seven weeks in a Turkish jail on terror charges.

Bomb scare forces evacuation of Paris to London flight
France

Bomb scare forces evacuation of Paris to London flight

UPDATED: A London-bound British Airways flight was evacuated at Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport on Sunday due to a bomb scare, but was later cleared for take-off.

France’s hurricane-hit St Martin on guard for health threats
France

France’s hurricane-hit St Martin on guard for health threats

The French-Dutch island of St Martin, where white sands and turquoise waters once drew foreign visitors in droves, is now attracting a different kind of population: rats and mosquitoes.

Oktoberfest 2017: World’s biggest beer festival opens in Munich
Germany

Oktoberfest 2017: World’s biggest beer festival opens in Munich

The drinking has begun as wet weather and enhanced security did not dampen the spirits of beer enthusiasts at the 184th Oktoberfest which opened in Munich on Saturday.

‘We will vote’ say 700 Catalan mayors in referendum protest
Spain

‘We will vote’ say 700 Catalan mayors in referendum protest

More than 700 Catalan mayors who face arrest over their support of an independence referendum banned by Madrid protested in Barcelona on Saturday to shouts of "we will vote."

Thousands of Basques march in solidarity with Catalan independence vote
Spain

Thousands of Basques march in solidarity with Catalan independence vote

Thousands of Basques holding banners that read "we want to decide" marched Saturday in support of Catalonia's independence referendum to separate from Madrid, which Basque separatists have long fought for.