Tatiana Navka, a former Olympic ice dancer, and her on-ice partner have caused controversy by dressing up in concentration camp uniforms for a dance routine on a popular television show.
A German federal court has upheld the conviction for being an accessory to murder of a 95-year-old former SS sergeant who served at the Auschwitz death camp, his lawyer said Monday.
Francois Fillon won France's first-ever conservative presidential primary Sunday after promising drastic free-market reforms and a crackdown on immigration and Islamic extremism, beating a more moderate rival who had warned of encroaching populism.
The British government could face a legal challenge over whether leaving the European Union automatically would trigger a departure from the single market, the BBC said Monday.
Francois Fillon, a conservative reformist promising to shrink the French state, on Sunday clinched the rightwing nomination for next year's presidential election with a resounding victory over his rival Alain Juppe.
The world's largest metal moveable structure will be unveiled Tuesday over the Chernobyl nuclear power plant's doomed fourth reactor in Ukraine to ensure the safety of future generations across Europe.
Some 2,000 people gathered in central Kiev on Sunday to support a call by ex regional governor Mikheil Saakashvili -- also a former president of Georgia -- to rise up against the Ukrainian government.
It may be past its sell-by date, but for many Danes it's a tasty proposition: A supermarket in Copenhagen selling surplus food has proved to be so popular it recently opened a second store.
Millions of French voters were casting ballots Sunday to pick the presidential candidate for the center-right Republicans party, with ex-Premier Francois Fillon tipped to win and become favorite for next year's election.
English soccer's governing body launched a review Sunday into an escalating child sex-abuse scandal to discover what professional clubs knew about crimes being committed by coaches and what action should have been taken at the time.