A 19-year-old woman arrested in a probe into a car found laden with gas cylinders in Paris had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group and was preparing an imminent attack, officials said Friday.
More than 30 tourists who spent a dramatic night stranded in cable cars above the French Alps were brought to the ground Friday after an 18-hour ordeal, operators said.
Refugee and migrant children in Greece are being held in police cells, often in "poor and degrading conditions" due to a lack of appropriate shelter space, Human Rights Watch said in a report published Friday.
A Russian fighter jet flew within 10 feet of a U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft, in what American officials called an unsafe intercept over the Black Sea, the Pentagon said Wednesday.
Industrial production in Germany dropped strongly in July, feeding worries of a slowing economy at the start of the third quarter.
Arsonists were blamed Tuesday for a spate of wildfires along Spain's eastern coast near the popular resort of Benidorm that have forced the evacuation of 1,400 people.
An 80-year-old woman took an unintended short cut as she tried to drive her car out of a multistory car park in western Germany, breaking though the building's wall and landing on a convertible parked 3 meters (10 feet) below.
A massive wooden replica of 17th century London was torched Sunday on the River Thames to mark the 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, which paved the way for the building of the modern city.
French farmers and truckers launched a joint operation Monday to block off main routes in and out of Calais to call for the closure of the sprawling "Jungle" migrant camp there.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel came under fresh fire over her open-door refugee policy Monday after her party suffered a humiliating defeat against an upstart anti-migrant populist party in her home state.