Thousands march for murdered French jogger
France

Thousands march for murdered French jogger

Shocked locals in eastern France joined the family and distraught friends of a murdered jogger for a silent march on Sunday that saw up to 10,000 people take to the streets of the town of Gray.

The tricky process of returning Nazi-looted art
Germany

The tricky process of returning Nazi-looted art

The Nazis stole thousands of artworks from Jewish families during World War 2 and the restitution of these pieces has been a slow process involving legal battles, complex searches and some stunning finds.

Netanyahu associates grilled in German sub graft probe: report
Germany

Netanyahu associates grilled in German sub graft probe: report

Two lawyers close to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were questioned on Sunday over their roles in suspected corruption around the purchase of German submarines, media reports and police said.

Italy to investigate fatal shipwreck with all-female victims
Italy

Italy to investigate fatal shipwreck with all-female victims

The bodies of 26 women who drowned attempting the perilous crossing from Libya to Europe were brought to Italy on Sunday, where investigators launched a murder inquiry.

Italy eyes populist party peformance in Sicily vote
Italy

Italy eyes populist party peformance in Sicily vote

Sicilians cast their ballots Sunday in a regional vote seen as a barometer for Italy's general election next year, with the populist Five Star Movement (M5S) challenging a resurgent right as a divided left flounders.

Police report filed after Swedish daycare listens to Pippi Longstocking stories
Sweden

Police report filed after Swedish daycare listens to Pippi Longstocking stories

A Swedish daycare’s trip to the local library in Borås took an unexpected turn recently and ended in a police report being filled over racial agitation (hets mot folkgrupp).

Red Cross uncovers $6 million fraud during Ebola crisis
Switzerland

Red Cross uncovers $6 million fraud during Ebola crisis

The Red Cross has uncovered several cases of fraud by officials during efforts to combat the Ebola outbreak that struck West Africa in 2014-2016, estimating losses of $6 million (€5.2 million).

Puigdemont turns himself in to Belgian police
Spain

Puigdemont turns himself in to Belgian police

Catalonia's sacked separatist leader Carles Puigdemont and four of his former ministers turned themselves in to Belgian police on Sunday after Spain issued a warrant for their arrest.

Bataclan survivors’ tattoos show their pain and defiance
France

Bataclan survivors’ tattoos show their pain and defiance

Dozens of survivors of the Paris attacks turn to tattoos to express their grief and gratitude.

30 ways to avoid boredom on a Sunday in Germany
Germany

30 ways to avoid boredom on a Sunday in Germany

Germany's strict opening hours mean it can be difficult to think of stimulating activities to do on a Sunday. So for those of you who are often restless on the day of rest, here's a big list of ways you can keep yourself busy, no matter where you are in the country.

Fifa corruption trial opens in New York
Switzerland

Fifa corruption trial opens in New York

It was the raid that changed the face of the world's most popular sport. Swiss police swooped in on a five-star Zurich hotel at dawn, arresting seven soccer officials at US request.

Analysis: How ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont became Spain’s most wanted
Spain

Analysis: How ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont became Spain’s most wanted

Catalonia's deposed leader Carles Puigdemont, who has fled to Belgium and is facing an EU arrest warrant, has been a convinced secessionist since his youth, long before the issue moved to the centre of Catalan politics.

French women urge Macron to push ’emergency plan’ against abuse
France

French women urge Macron to push ’emergency plan’ against abuse

A hundred female French personalities from the arts, media and film are calling on President Emmanuel Macron to implement an "emergency plan" against sexual violence, after a series of allegations of harassment and abuse in France.