Controversial, political, comical: after twice rejecting EU membership, Norwegians give award to Brussels
New book claims French First Lady carried on two affairs at the same time while she was married
Jeremy Forrest's lawyer says he did nothing wrong except fall in love with a 15-year-old
Age of consent in France is 15, so schoolgirl's teacher is not a 'criminal suspect'
Police admit maths teacher Jeremy Forrest and schoolgirl Stammers could be 'anywhere in Europe'
But Jean-Marc Ayrault reminds world that French press has a right to free expression
Budget airline to be investigated after series of emergency landings in Spain
William and Kate would have to push for criminal prosecution – but, anyway, isn’t it too late?
Kate was in full view of road and ‘should have been more careful’ according to colleague of photographer who took ‘decent’ pictures
'Heartbroken' family asks for 'swift justice' but Annecy police admit they are nowhere near finding the killers
Raffaele Sollecito lifts lid on his and Knox's experiences after murder of Meredith Kercher
Saad al-Hilli met several people and switched campsites suddenly before he and his family were attacked
Prosecutor says investigators have found some 'very interesting' facts - but Zainab holds the key
French investigators believe at least two assassins were responsible for murders – and expert says it was probably state-sponsored
Family dispute over money is just one line of inquiry. But was French cyclist real target of Annecy murders?
Family shot dead in car park near Lake Annecy in the French Alps were from Claygate in London
Reporters at the scene question how police could fail to notice girl hiding, unharmed, in BMW
Sweden wants to extradite Gottfrid Svartholm Warg for copyright offences - but did America intervene?
The relationship between the French President, his ex and his lover is the subject of a publishing frenzy