BBC News - Europe
Nedim Yasar: Reformed gangster shot after book launch
Nedim Yasar, 31, dies in Copenhagen after promoting his memoir on how he left a life of crime.
Carlos Ghosn : Renault names interim chief executive
Thierry Bolloré will lead the French car maker but Carlos Ghosn remains as chairman and chief executive.
Likely next Interpol chief Prokopchuk 'fox in the henhouse', US senators say
Interpol will be "seized by the mafia" if a Russian official is elected as its president, critics warn.
Spain Brexit: PM Sánchez threatens to vote no over Gibraltar
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez says Spain will reject the draft deal without clarification on Gibraltar.
Rome police seize eight Casamonica mafia villas
The interior minister and Rome's mayor watched 600 police evict mafia families from villas.
Italy Aquarius: Prosecutors order migrant rescue ship seizure
The Aquarius, long engaged in a row with Italy, is now alleged to have dumped hazardous waste.
Ditch May now or she will lead us into 2022 election, Rees-Mogg tells Tories
The Brexiteer urges Tories to topple the PM now or face her leading the party into a 2022 election.
Turkey must free Selahattin Demirtas, European rights court says
The European Court of Human Rights says Kurdish politician Selahattin Demirtas must be freed.
Huge waterspout hits Italy's south-western city
Eyewitnesses say the whirling column of air and water lifted containers in Salerno's port area.
Executed Tanzanian hero's grandson takes DNA test to find lost skull
Tanzanian chief Mangi Meli's skull has been missing since his execution by German colonialists in 1900.
Virgil van Dijk: Netherlands defender consoles official after Germany draw
Romanian referee Ovidiu Hategan is consoled by Virgil van Dijk as Netherlands draw with Germany
France set to remove Carlos Ghosn from Renault after arrest
French finance minister says the Nissan boss is no longer capable of running the French carmaker.
Uefa chief: Financial fair play rules 'weak'
Financial fair play needs to be more "robust" and the rules are "weak" in certain areas, says Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin.
Brexit fears fail to dent EasyJet bookings
Shares fall despite airline reporting record annual profits and "promising" bookings for next year.
Rome police seize mafia bling in Casamonica villas
In a dawn raid 600 Rome police seized eight villas owned by the Casamonica clan.
Huge waves hit Tenerife in Spain's Canary Islands
Footage shows the 20ft (6m) waves battering Tenerife, with homes hotels, and restaurants affected.
Domestic slave's bid for freedom after 10 years
'Marish' has been kept by a family as a a domestic slave for over a decade but now she's prepared to leave the unbearable oppression behind and attempt to escape.
Jews and Muslims meet up to cook soup
Volunteers made 1,000 bowls of chicken soup for east London's homeless.
What to look for in Brexit declaration?
Brexit involves a key political declaration on future ties - so what will it cover? Adam Fleming explains.
'I broke 22 bones and lost a year's memory'
The multimillionaire Dutch businessman who risks his life racing off road motorbikes.
The remote UK community living off-grid
Photographer Ed Gold lived alongside the off-grid community of Scoraig in the Highlands of Scotland.
Brexit: A guide to where we are
Theresa May has agreed a draft Brexit deal with Brussels. What happens now?
Olympic Games: Why cities are snubbing the 'greatest show on Earth'
Bids to host the summer and winter Games are falling. Is time up for the 'greatest show on Earth'?
Ireland greats delight in victory over All Blacks
Ireland's historic win over New Zealand has earned praise from former stars.
Vienna, nest of spies: Why Austria is still centre for espionage
Austria's capital has long been a hotbed of espionage, and it continues up to the present day.
German economy contracts for first time since 2015
Europe's largest economy contracted from July to September, its first decline in three years.
Primark blames weather for sliding sales
The fast fashion chain says three periods of unseasonable weather led to a decline in sales.