Russian law enforcement agencies acted properly during Sunday's "unauthorized" protest, during which hundreds of participants were detained, the Kremlin said Monday.

A large fire broke out early Monday morning at a waste terminal in Vantaa, southern Finland, burning down the warehouse completely and causing traffic problems, Finnish news agency STT reported.

Sweden, Slovenia urge for unity in EU after Brexit

Visiting Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven and his host Slovenian counterpart Miro Cerar called on Monday for unity of the EU following Brexit and the need to continue fostering common values and build a Europe of the future.

Police in the Basque Region of northern Spain were still searching on Monday for a man who appears to have disappeared after spending four hours holed up in a hotel room in the town of Barakaldo, close to Bilbao, on Sunday evening, the local press reported.

A bilateral government meeting between German and the Israel scheduled for May this year has been canceled by the Germans.