A French tourist has died in Spain, after being gored by a bull during a festival in the Spanish town of Pedreguer, in the province of Alicante.
At least 12 migrants have drowned, and a further 500 others have been rescued, in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Libya.
A suspected al-Qaeda bomber, wanted for his participation in a 2009 bombing in Pakistan that killed more than 100 people, has been arrested by Italian police at an airport in Rome.
Over 3,700 migrants have been rescued from overcrowded and unsafe vessels in the Mediterranean Sea, in the last two days.
At least 600 migrants have been rescued from two wooden boats by a Norwegian ship in the southern Mediterranean Sea.
Dozens of civilians have been reportedly injured in the central Syrian city of Homs, following the explosion of two bombs.
Tunisian navy vessels have rescued more than 350 migrants off its coast, and is still searching for hundreds more, attempting to sail from neighbouring Libya to Italy.
Almost 5,900 migrants have been rescued from small vessels, attempting to cross the Mediterranean, by an international flotilla over the course of the weekend.
Italian coastguard officials have said that more than 4,200 migrants have been rescued from vessels in the Mediterranean Sea, as the migrant crisis in the area continues to increase.
At least 40 migrants, originally from Ghana, Mali, Gambia, Senegal and the Ivory Coast, have drowned in the Mediterranean Sea, according to a spokeswoman from Save the Children.