France called Monday for Burmese authorities to protect civilians of all ethnic groups "without discrimination" after reports of renewed deadly violence between Buddhists and Muslim Rohingya.
Police arrested a suspected member of the armed group ETA in the southwestern French city of Hendaye, near to the Spanish border on Monday, Spain's interior ministry said.
Germany's ex-Olympic rower Nadja Drygalla has spoken out for the first time after being sent home from the Olympic Games for her relationship with a neo-Nazi. Her boyfriend has also left the far-right National Democratic Party (NPD).
US attempts to clean up on tax evasion took a new twist when a Geneva banker's two teenage children were detained when they arrived on US soil, it was reported Monday.
Swedish sailor Rasmus Myrgren's bronze medal win was tainted on Monday afternoon as a complaint about his boat threatened to see him being stripped of the medal.
A handful of anti-capitalism protesters were evicted Monday from the makeshift village of tents at the foot of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt where they have held vigil for the past 10 months.
Christina Lugnet, head of the Agency for Economic and Regional Growth (Tillväxtverket), who was recently slammed after spending millions on expensive internal entertainment, will be relieved of her responsibilities, the government announced on Monday.
Dutch car-maker Spyker said Monday it has filed a three-billion-dollar claim in a US court against General Motors, whose actions it said lead directly to Swedish Saab's bankruptcy last year.
The week got off to an emotional start for police officers in a small German town after they poured energy - and olive oil - into freeing a squirrel with its head stuck in a manhole cover, only to find it had died of stress a couple of hours later.
The investigation against the CEO of ticket resellers Biljett Nu, arrested on suspicion of fraud after selling tickets to Springsteen concerts and then failing to deliver, has been closed after prosecutors found no intent to commit a criminal act.
A man has been arrested and a woman has been taken to hospital after a shooting in Sollentuna, north of Stockholm, on Monday afternoon.
Nearly half of Germans are in favour of legalising euthanasia businesses, a recent survey revealed. The German parliament is still divided over proposed changes to assisted suicide laws.
Two men were formally charged on Monday after conning, or attempting to con, over 100 elderly people in Sweden by pretending to be their grandchildren and asking for money.
Germany said on Monday that the defection of Syrian prime minister Riad Hijab pointed to the rapid "erosion" of the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
German leaders warned Monday against bypassing national parliaments in eurozone crisis-fighting after Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti urged government chiefs to defend powers to take quick decisions.
A much-hyped "erotic church service" failed to be the taboo-breaking celebration of sex that the media had hoped for on Sunday. The sermon featured neither practical demonstrations nor adult language, but did have Elvis.
A petition to 'reclaim' the British crown jewels has been signed by 2500 people in the town of Angers, and the man behind it says he is ready to go to trial over the issue.
A water leak exposed a major cannabis farm in an apartment in central Oslo on Friday leading to the arrest of two people.
Norway Correctional Services has proposed closing some 27 of the 60 prisons in Norway saying that the smaller institutions are inefficient.
Police in Hudiksvall in central Sweden received a call on Sunday morning from a passer-by who had spotted a man lying on the side of the highway, near a bus stop, seemingly unconscious, according to local paper Norrländska Socialdemokraten.
A police posting on Facebook detailing the arrest of a drunken teen received so much attention over the weekend that police chose to deactivate their account.
An increasing number of Swiss people are faking cancer or serious injuries in order to con insurance companies into coughing up for foreign cosmetic operations.
Police in Oslo plan to deploy a helicopter and forensic detection dogs as the search continues for 16-year-old Sigrid Giskegjerdet Schjetne who was reported missing on Saturday night.
Olympic 100-metre champion Usain Bolt, who confirmed his rank as the fastest man on the planet on Sunday night, thanked the Munich orthopaedist who treated his back a month before the Games as he celebrated.
Switzerland's top police officer, usually thought of as an immigration hard-liner, says the country should open its doors to refugees from Syria.
A 22-year-old died from carbon-monoxide poisoning at a German heavy metal festival on Saturday, a newspaper reported. He is thought to have fallen asleep near a power generator.
A recent survey has found Bern to be the most popular city in Switzerland, followed by Lucerne and then Zurich.
Compared to last year, the number of pest control call-outs in Stockholm for mice has almost doubled and for rats increased by a third, according to experts.
The German autobahn system will be 80 years old on Monday - and some say the road network is starting to show its age.
An earthquake in the sea between Sweden and Denmark woke Swedes in southwestern Sweden early on Monday morning.
Sweden’s Fredrik Lööf and Max Salminen won the men's Star sailing event at the Summer Olympics in London on Sunday.