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UK turns blind eye to dirty Russian money, say MPs
The City is being used as "a base for the corrupt assets" of President Putin's allies, says a report.
Thessaloniki mayor Yiannis Boutaris beaten up
The 75-year-old mayor of Thessaloniki is treated after being attacked by about a dozen people.
Nadal world number one after Italian win
Rafael Nadal survives a stunning fightback from world number three Alexander Zverev to win an eighth Italian Open.
Chelsea owner Abramovich experiences UK visa renewal 'delay'
A source close to the Chelsea owner says the renewal process is taking "a little longer than usual".
Özil and Gündogan meet German president after Erdogan photos row
The two players of Turkish origin stated that Germany was their country, President Steinmeier said.
Luc Besson: French film director accused of rape
The director of Leon and The Fifth Element has denied the allegation through his lawyer.
Cannes 2018: Japanese indie Shoplifters wins Palme d'Or
Runner-up to the coveted prize for best film was Spike Lee's anti-racism satire BlacKkKlansman.
German Cup final: Bayern Munich 1-3 Eintracht Frankfurt
Ante Rebic scores twice as Eintracht Frankfurt shock Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich to win a dramatic German Cup final.
Belgium migrants: Girl shot after police van chase
A two-year-old caught up in a Belgian police chase died from a gunshot to the face, officials say.
Italy populist government pact: What you should know
Anti-establishment Five Star and the League have a plan for governing but no PM yet.
Iceland PM on equal pay: It doesn't just happen by sitting and waiting
Iceland is the first country to force firms to prove they pay all employees the same.
Royal wedding 2018: How the world watched it
From Meghan's old school to ex-pats in Spain, millions of people were doing the same thing on Saturday.
Songbirds 'disappearing' from France
A study has found that France has lost a third of its songbirds over the past 15 years.
How easy is it to get an illegal EU passport?
The BBC goes undercover to expose the EU passport black market in Turkey.
Pepe's story: How I survived Spanish flu
José Ameal is believed to be the oldest Spanish survivor of the pandemic which followed World War I.
Death of Hitler: How the world found out from the BBC
Karl Lehmann was working for BBC Monitoring when he heard German radio announcing the Nazi leader's death.
Four seasons under one roof in Milan
Four seasons park explores need for greener cities and looks at how climate change affects urban spaces.
Turning carbon dioxide into rock - forever
A high-tech solution being tested in Iceland gets rid of waste carbon dioxide by pumping it 1,000m underground.
Could you, like Meghan, halt your career for your partner?
Three people who uprooted their lives to Sweden and the United States share their stories.
What is left to agree in the Brexit Treaty?
From the Irish border to data protection to tax information, some key issues are still outstanding on the road to a deal.
UK 'leading world' in compassionate technology
A report shows the UK tech sector is growing much faster than the rest of the economy.
Michelle Barnier? Try the BBC's Brexit HQ trivia quiz
Are you a fan of the quiz show app HQ Trivia? Have a go our Brexit quiz, inspired by the app.
The secret executions in Europe's 'last dictatorship'
Those on death row in Belarus know they will be executed but never when - and then no-one will be told.
Abortion in Ireland - what is the law?
As the date for the referendum in Ireland draws closer we look at what the law in Ireland is and why?
Glencore shares fall on DRC probe fears
A report says the mining giant could face an investigation from the Serious Fraud Office.
Airbnb to report homeowners' income to Danish tax authorities
The rental site will report homeowners' income to the Danish tax authorities in the first deal of its kind.