BBC News - Europe
London attack: French students injured on bridge
Three French pupils, two Romanians and five South Koreans are said to be injured in London's attack.
Fury at eurozone chief Dijsselbloem's 'racist' remarks
The head of eurozone finance ministers, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, faces calls to resign in Portugal and Spain.
Eurovision 2017: Ukraine bars Russian singer Samoilova from contest
The European Broadcasting Union, which founded Eurovision, says it is "deeply disappointed".
Brussels attacks: First anniversary of bombings marked
Belgium's king leads a minute's silence at Zaventem airport for victims of the suicide bombings.
Germany to quash 50,000 gay convictions
The German cabinet says homosexuals handed post-war sentences under a Nazi-era law should be cleared.
Train derails in Switzerland trapping passengers
At least three people are injured as a carriage overturns, striking a power cable, officials say.
Trump ex-aide Paul Manafort 'offered to help Putin'
Ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort reportedly worked for Russian oligarch to assist President Putin.
Wreckage of crashed helicopter R116 found off Mayo coast
The wreckage of Irish Coast Guard helicopter R116 is found off the Mayo coast, officials say.
Magnitsky lawyer injured after falling from building near Moscow
Nikolai Gorokhov represents the interests of the family of the lawyer whose death caused a crisis.
Two German-born terror suspects to be deported
The men of Algerian and Nigerian descent were detained on suspicion of planning a terror attack.
Ibrahim Halawa's family call for legal action against Egypt
Irish prisoner's family ask Irish government to take international legal action against Egypt.
Italy TV show under fire for discussion on foreign women
Italian public broadcaster Rai apologises for airing discussion that stereotyped Eastern European women.
Shoals of goldfish starving out rivals in Munich
The former pets are being released by their owners in Munich's ponds and lakes, the council says.
Brussels attacks: Silent tribute and tears at airport
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium lead a minute's silence at Zaventem airport in Brussels.
Brussels attack survivor walking one year on
The photo of Sebastien Bellin was one of the iconic images of the Brussels Airport bomb a year ago.
Italian football's first woman to manage a male team
Patrizia Panico will make history when she manages the Italian male under-16 national team.
Handbag designer: 'I am moving manufacturing to Italy'
Handbag designer Claudia F├╝rst is moving her manufacturing operation to Italy to counter the impact of the weak British pound.
'She saved my life'
The story of Ana, a victim of domestic violence, and how an organisation of women bodyguards came to her help.
Dialling Beijing
The politics behind Spain's decision to extradite more than 200 Taiwanese fraud suspects to China.
Extreme selfies
A number of young Russians are making names for themselves by posting videos of life-threatening stunts online.
In pictures
A Spanish village whose residents were at odds over a planned waste dump have overcome their differences with an art project that transformed it into an open-air gallery.
Reality Check
Germany is tightening up rules on expelling home-born foreign-national terror suspects
Shamrock and soca
Gemma Handy speaks to Montserratians about their Irish roots and why they celebrate St Patrick's Day.
Hermes reports record annual profits
French luxury goods firm posts better than expected results amid 'uncertain' outlook.
Investors urge Dulux owner to hold takeover talks
AkzoNobel says an improved offer from US rival PPG Industries is still too low.