Around 900 migrants were rescued from their boats in the Mediterranean Sea on Friday, while hundreds more were taken to Sicily, in Italy.
Police have said that a knife attack, which killed one woman and injured five others in London, was triggered by mental health problems, rather than being a terrorist act.
At least 20 migrants have reportedly been found dead, while a further 366 were rescued attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea, in four separate rescue operations.
At least 11 people have been killed, after a helicopter ferrying passengers from an oil platform has crashed off the coast of Norway.
According to local reports, at least eight or nine of the people killed in an explosion in Istanbul, Turkey were German citizens, while the blast was reportedly carried out by a Syrian suicide bomber.
At least two people are believed to have died, after a small plane carrying mail crashed, in northern Sweden.
A female Pakistani air force pilot has died, after the fighter jet she was piloting, crashed during routine operational training.
A refugee shelter, home to 162 migrants, has caught fire in southern Norway, with no reported injuries from the blaze.
Oil reportedly spilled into the North Sea, while loading a tanker, at the Norwegian Statfjord field.
Islamic State has released the identities of a Norwegian and a Chinese hostage, held by the militant group, demanding ransoms for their exchange.