The Catalonia region's controversial bid for independence has been an unavoidable topic at the prize-giving ceremony for Spain's prestigious Princess of Asturias awards.
Polish police have ruled out terrorism at the motive behind a knife attack that left one woman and seven other people injured at a shopping mall on Friday.
The Greek government has ordered the raising of a sunken cruise ship that foundered just off the holiday island of Santorini ten years ago, leaving two passengers missing and presumed dead.
The Latest on a knife attack at a shopping mall in Poland (all times local): 6:55 p.m.
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All of Germany's six submarines are out of action, and the country's defense minister isn't happy about it.
A knife-wielding man killed a one woman and stabbed seven others at a shopping mall in southeastern Poland on Friday, police said.
Turkey's state-run news agency says a court has ordered a teacher charged with membership in an armed terror group released from the prison where he's been on a hunger strike.
Slovenia, the Alpine home country of Melania Trump, is holding a presidential election Sunday that incumbent President Borut Pahor — a former fashion model, like the U.S. first lady — is favored to win.
A man attacked people with a knife Friday at a shopping mall in southeastern Poland, killing one person and sending seven others to the hospital with wounds, police said.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is asking her European Union partners for patience in discussing the bloc's future as she embarks on efforts to form a new government.
Prosecutors have called for a prison sentence and a 700,000-euro ($826,000) fine for a former top Romanian politician on trial for influence peddling.
French President Emmanuel Macron says the uncertainty about U.S. President Donald Trump's foreign policies has made European countries closer.
German media report that the Tunisian man who carried out a deadly truck attack in Berlin last year may have been incited by a police informant.
Russia has formally handed over six MiG-29 fighter jets to Serbia, part of an arms delivery that could worsen tensions in the war-weary Balkans.
Citizens of the Czech Republic are voting in a parliamentary election that could install another euroskeptic government in Central Europe.
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A senior cleric from Cyprus' Orthodox Christian church has banned couples who marry in civil ceremonies to take wedding photos outside churches and chapels in a part of the island that is popular with holidaymakers.
Police say a pair of wild boars have gone on the rampage and injured at least four people in the northern German town of Heide.
The European Union is studying whether and how to cut pre-membership funds to Turkey over alleged human rights abuses and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's hostile rhetoric about Europe.
Pope Francis has sent a letter of condolences to Malta following the car bomb slaying of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Romanian border police have taken into custody 28 migrants who are suspected of trying to cross into Hungary illegally.
Austria's president has formally tasked conservative leader Sebastian Kurz with forming a new government after his party finished first in last weekend's election.
Italian news reports say a Moroccan father and three of his four children have died in an apartment fire in the northern lakeside city of Como.
Warsaw police are questioning witnesses and reviewing street surveillance videos after a man set himself on fire in the city's center.
German prosecutors say they have charged a former guard at the Majdanek concentration camp in Poland with being an accessory to murder for allegedly working there during a period when at least 17,000 Jews were killed.
NATO says its ambassadors will hold talks with Russia's envoy next week in a rare meeting of the NATO-Russia Council.
Norway's prime minister has presented three new government ministers in a minor reshuffle of her two-party coalition following a general election last month.
Russia's foreign minister says the landmark Iran nuclear deal can be amended only as long as his country and other signatories agree to proposed changes.
German automaker Daimler says net profit fell 16 percent in the third quarter as a voluntary recall to improve diesel emissions hurt earnings at its Mercedes-Benz luxury car brand.
Egyptian authorities have released an Irish-Egyptian man who was detained for four years on charges related to a Muslim Brotherhood protest in Cairo in 2013.