BBC News - Europe
Trump Russia: US Congress reach deal on fresh sanctions
A new bill would allow fresh sanctions against Russia and curb President Trump's powers to lift them.
Brexit: Liam Fox sets election deadline for EU transition
Liam Fox says he would not want any interim arrangement after Brexit to "drag on" beyond 2022.
Poland court reforms: Hungary vows 'solidarity' as bill approved
Viktor Orban expresses support for Poland as its court reforms are approved, despite EU criticism.
Tour de France 2017: Chris Froome set to clinch fourth yellow jersey
Britain's Chris Froome effectively seals his fourth Tour de France win after finishing third on the penultimate stage of the race in Marseille.
Erdogan says Germany cannot scare Turkey with threats
Turkey's president says Germany should "sort itself out", as Berlin vows to review their arms deals.
Dali's moustache 'intact at 10 past 10', exhumation finds
The comments by the painter's foundation come after his body was dug up to settle a paternity case.
China in Baltic navy drill with Russia
Three Chinese warships will practise with the Russian navy off Kaliningrad.
Greece-Turkey earthquake: Two killed on island of Kos
At least 100 are injured on the Greek island of Kos after the 6.7-magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea.
Five Ukraine troops die in fierce clash with Donetsk rebels
The US says it was the most serious fighting in eastern Ukraine so far this year.
Girl, 5, fined £150 for lemonade stand
The young girl burst into tears after Tower Hamlets Council issued a fine for selling 50p drinks to festival goers.
Princess Diana's belongings to be displayed at Buckingham Palace
Belongings on show will include her school lunch box, ballet shoes and cassette tapes.
Couples take part in Belarus wife-carrying race
Couples take part in Belarus wife-carrying race
Turkey and Greece earthquake: CCTV captures people fleeing cafe
The moment a 6.7-magnitude quake hit parts of Turkey and Greece has been captured on the CCTV of a cafe in Bodrum.
Reality Check: Is Brexit inevitable?
How the law, politics and practicalities could affect the process of the UK leaving the EU.
Meet Boaty McBoatface's Swedish cousin
The public voted, and this time the name will stick. But what is it?
Gay Germans' joy and angst
Equal marriage will be celebrated at Gay Pride Berlin, but adoption is still a thorny issue.
No secrets
In Norway, anyone can find out how much anyone else is paid, and it rarely causes problems, writes Lars Bevanger.
School battle
Meet Bosnia's pupils who are fighting against a deeply divided education system based on religious lines.
Fined £6 for protesting
Andrey Osipov has been put on trial twice for participating in a protest in March.
Man who migrated twice
What is life like for those involved in Europe's great migration?
Digging up Dali
The body of the artist Salvador Dalí has been exhumed in order to settle a paternity suit.
Bloodied scrubs
A midwife in Sweden has posted a picture of her blood-stained trousers to demonstrate her lack of time to change her sanitary products
Sailing by
Russian warships sailing from the Black Sea to Syria pass through the centre of one of Europe's biggest cities - where amateur ship spotters watch their every move.
Mastercard £14bn 'overcharge' legal action fails
The claim was that 46 million consumers were overcharged by Mastercard between 1992 and 2008.
Audi offers diesel emissions upgrade for 850,000 cars
The VW subsidiary offers a free upgrade which it says will counteract possible bans on diesel cars.