The Copenhagen police arrested 14 men on Saturday night, after a shooting that injured several people.
The song tells the story of a child who would do anything to not go to school.
Daniel Forrestier, 57, was being investigated for a murder plot on a Congolese opposition figure. He was shot dead last week.
Rumours started circulating online accusing members of the Roma community of trying to abduct children, sparking unfounded revenge attacks.
Slovakia charges man with ordering journalist's murder
The tables were turned on the animal food chain when chickens killed a young fox smelling blood in France.
A woman was arrested in Slovenia for fraud after cutting her hand off with a circular saw in a bid to land an insurance payout, police say.
Criminal violence in the region centers around the theft of fuel from a nearby oil refinery.
Italian cooperatives fight organised crime with organic food boxes.
French authorities have opened an investigation on Saturday (March 2), into the vandalisation of a memorial stone marking the site of Strasbourg's Old Synagogue, which was destroyed by the Nazis during World War Two.
"Anti-Semitism remains pervasive across the EU and has become disturbingly normalised"
The 50-year-old used a rope to swing over a ravine and access the woodland lair, hidden in a Sicilian nature reserve.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced the new initiative to tackle violent crime across the UK capital, which will come into effect next week
Police said the gang illegally imported the puppies into Italy from “abusive farms” in Slovakia and sold them on as pets using falsified pedigree certificates.
Three people were arrested in the British capital this week as a direct result of controversial facial recognition technology that is being trialled by police.
In a UK first, a woman has been found guilty of female genital mutilation.
British MP Fiona Onasanya is still likely to receive her £77,000 (€88,000) annual salary even while she serves a three-month prison sentence.
The owner of a London restaurant that hit headlines for printing anti-Brexit messages at the bottom of its receipts says he will not be deterred by threats.
A court in Georgia ruled on Friday that the British fugitive should remain in the country for three months, pending possible extradition.
EU report raises concerns on Malta, Cyprus schemes