Police believe a bow-and-arrow attack that killed five may have been as a result of mental illness.
Security officials says the Kongsberg attack on Wednesday looks to have been a «terrorist act».
Police say a man armed with a bow and arrows killed five people and injured two more in Kongsberg.
A Holocaust denier was buried in the former grave of a music professor outside Berlin.
Journalist Maria Ressa was the only woman to win a Nobel Prize this year, and just the 58th in history.
Milos Zeman is in intensive care the day after a surprise opposition win in parliamentary elections.
Sebastian Kurz denies allegations he used government money for party political purposes.
By challenging the core primacy of EU law, Poland fuels concerns it is heading towards the exit.
Poland’s top court says its judges should not use EU law to question the independence of their peers.
Anyone aged from 18 to 35 would be offered the money to help them leave their parents’ home to rent.
The Church asks for forgiveness as an inquiry says it treated victims with «cruel indifference».
Documents reveal the scale of the secret offshore financial wealth she shares with her husband.
A commission finds evidence of 2,900-3,200 abusers within the country’s Catholic Church since 1950.
The man had begun swallowing metal objects after quitting alcohol, doctors in Lithuania said.
The harrowing, personal stories of people caught up in the 2015 attacks take centre stage in Paris.
Irmgard Furchner — accused of complicity in more than 11,000 murders — tried to flee on Thursday.
France has accused the north African countries of failing to co-operate over returning nationals.
Armin Laschet is facing mounting unrest within his party, after their historic election defeat.
The election is over but months of talks are just getting started to see who will be chancellor.
The election race could barely be tighter as people vote to decide who will run Europe’s biggest economy.