BBC News - Europe
France's Macron holds 'frank exchange' with Putin near Paris
Despite disagreements, the new French president says his country could work with Russia more.
Moscow storm: 11 killed as high winds strike Russian capital
The storm could be the deadliest to hit the Russian capital in more than 100 years.
Brexit talks: EU's Barnier urges Europe's MPs to be vigilant
Europe's MPs must help ensure the UK doesn't ditch EU standards, the top EU negotiator says.
German leaders step up attacks on Trump
The chancellor, her foreign minister and the opposition leader all criticise the US president.
Paris mayor may ban black feminist Nyansapo festival
The majority of the events at the Nyansapo Festival will be open only to black women.
BA boss 'won't resign' over flight chaos
Chief executive Alex Cruz says flight disruption at Heathrow and Gatwick had nothing to do with cost cutting.
Violent storm hits France and England
More than 120,000 flashes of lightning are recorded over northern France and south-east England in 12 hours.
New Manchester bomber photo appears
Officers want to hear from anyone who might have seen Salman Abedi carrying the blue suitcase.
Amber Rudd to Angela Merkel: You can depend on the UK
The home secretary wants to "reassure Mrs Merkel that we want to have a deep and special partnership".
General election 2017: Lib Dems warn over crime database access
The Lib Dems warn the UK could be "cut off" after Brexit - the Tories say this is "nonsense".
Cannes Film Festival: The Square wins Palme d'Or
The Palme d'Or is awarded to an art world satire starring Dominic West and Elisabeth Moss.
Burger King ad angers real-life Belgian royal family
The advert asks people to choose between Belgium's king and the company mascot.
Beatles' Sgt Pepper returns to roots
The Beatles' landmark album Sgt Pepper is taken back to its roots for Liverpool celebrations.
Totti in tears as Roma career ends
Francesco Totti is in tears after a presentation following the final appearance of his 25-year Roma career.
Manchester attack: 'I don’t think we should live in fear’
Young people who were at the Ariana Grande concert tell Panorama how they felt after the bomb went off.
'Defiant' Great Manchester Run held
Thousands have attended the Great Manchester Run less than a week after the bomb attack in the city.
How Balenciaga shaped modern fashion
It marks 100 years of his first fashion house in San Sebastian and 80 years of his Paris fashion house.
What's the French for 'bromance'?
France's Emmanuel Macron strolls through a perfumed Sicilian garden with Canadian PM Justin Trudeau.
Shaking up school
Finland is an education success story, so is it right to move away from old-style lessons?
Cannes: Critics' verdicts
The good and the bad to come out of Cannes this year.
Holy wonder
Russians have been venerating the rib of one of their most revered saints, St Nicholas the Wonder Worker, which is in Moscow on loan from Italy.
Going off-grid
The couple who have built a self-sufficient and totally recycled house.
Paradise in the Med
Malta has tried to shake off claims it is the "Panama of the EU" - but the EU is worried about its tax system.
Mapping a new frontier
Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook.
Ripe old age
Scientists say something in their genes protects their hearts against disease.
Nato and Trump
Nato leaders are playing down President Trump's first visit to the Brussels HQ.
German police raid Daimler offices
Eleven sites belonging to the Mercedes-Benz owners are searched by 230 police officers.
Apple and Nokia to 'co-operate' after settling patent row
The two technology firms have ended a dispute over the use of Nokia's patents.