BBC News - Europe
Chemnitz unrest: German top spy Maassen forced out
Germany's domestic intelligence chief is moved to another post amid a row over far-right violence.
Celia Barquín: European golf champion murdered in Iowa
A man is charged with murder after Spanish golfer Celia Barquín is found dead on an Iowa golf course.
Walmart to stop selling clothing with Soviet symbols, Lithuania says
The US retail giant had received complaints about the clothing from Lithuania.
Casualties in Madrid Ritz building works collapse
Currently under renovation, local media reports say the hotel's sixth floor partly collapsed.
French jobseeker tells Macron to help him find work
A jobless gardener hits out at the French leader, who said he could get work by "crossing the road".
UK visas: High-skilled migrants cap 'should be scrapped'
A key report commissioned by the government says there should be no limit on skilled workers coming to the UK.
Russia blames Israel after military plane shot down off Syria
The aircraft vanished after Israeli jets put it into the path of Syrian air defence, Moscow says.
Belgian chips set to shrink due to drought
Potato crop yields have been reduced by 25% in Belgium, threatening the country's signature dish.
Ferrari to launch 15 new models by 2022
The sports carmaker embarks on an "ambitious" five-year growth strategy under its new boss.
Wada vice-president Linda Helleland to oppose lifting Russia doping suspension
World Anti-Doping Agency vice-president Linda Helleland says she will vote against lifting the suspension of Russia's anti-doping agency this week.
Fury at Maduro's Salt Bae feast in Turkey
Video of Nicolás Maduro eating in an Istanbul steak restaurant causes anger in crisis-hit Venezuela.
Stranded World Cup star hangs out with fans
Chelsea star N'Golo Kante spends the evening watching Match of the Day, playing Fifa and eating curry with a group of fans he met in a London mosque.
Tariq Ramadan: #MeToo in the Muslim world
Several women have come forward to accuse Tariq Ramadan, one of the Muslim world’s most famous thinkers, of sexual assault.
CCTV footage of 85-year-old tackling armed raiders goes viral
When three would-be robbers stormed into a County Cork bookmakers, they did not bet on facing a formidable 85-year-old.
Brexit: What 'no deal' would mean for Rotterdam
Europe's largest port plans to employ more than 900 extra customs staff to deal with any extra checks needed.
Benfica thrash Ponte de Frielas 28-0
Watch as Benfica thrash Ponte de Frielas 28-0 as they made their debut in the second division of the Portuguese women's league.
Just A Minute the Swedish way - but still no deviation
Its language, music, question style and sound effects are different but fans of the classic Radio 4 quiz show can still enjoy its Scandinavian cousin.
Champions League is back: The best games to watch this week
BBC Sport looks at some of the most intriguing fixtures in the opening group games of the 2018-19 Champions League.
Brexit: Where has the process got to?
It’s worth taking a breath and reflecting, in a way that’s not exhaustive, on where this process is.
Serbia Pride: Gay PM Brnabic 'not wanted' at parade
Should lesbian PM Ana Brnabic attend? Some Serbian LGBT activists are trying to stop her - but why?
Josef Frantisek: The Battle of Britain's Czech hero
Not all the Battle of Britain pilots were British. A new film celebrates the Polish 303 Squadron - and its sole Czech pilot, Josef Frantisek.
BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen face EU diesel emissions probe
BMW, Daimler and VW are being investigated to see if they agreed to restrict emissions control systems.
New 100 and 200 euro notes unveiled
The new notes are smaller than the current versions, meaning they will fit better in people's wallets.