BBC News - Europe
Germany election: Merkel wins fourth term, nationalists rise
The chancellor is re-elected but nationalists make a historic breakthrough, sparking protests.
Brexit: Fresh round of negotiations to take place
Brexit Secretary David Davis will lead UK negotiators into their fourth round of talks.
Bus crash in Austrian Alps averted after tourist applies brake
The passenger reached the brake moments before the vehicle left the road in the Alps, police say.
Catalonia referendum: Madrid moves to take over local policing
The Catalan government rejects Spain's latest move to stop its disputed independence referendum.
Macron's labour reforms spark huge demonstration in Paris
Crowds take to the streets in protest at labour reforms signed into law by President Emmanuel Macron.
Brexit: UK needs to clarify issues - Macron
The French president says Theresa May needs to sort out three key issues before talks turn to trade.
Asli Cakir Alptekin: Life ban for winner of 'dirtiest race in history'
Former Olympic champion Asli Cakir Alptekin is given a life ban by the Turkish Athletics Federation after a third doping offence.
Laver Cup 2017: Roger Federer & Rafael Nadal win first doubles match
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal win their first doubles match together on the second day of the inaugural Laver Cup.
Actor Colin Firth gets dual British-Italian citizenship
The Bridget Jones actor is now a dual British-Italian citizen, because of "the uncertainty around".
Kalashnikov statue changed because of German weapon
Part of a statue to Russia's creator of the AK-47 rifle is cut out because it had the wrong weapon.
Miss Turkey stripped of her crown over coup tweet
The beauty pageant's organisers say they discovered the "unacceptable" tweet after the ceremony.
Erdogan protesters beaten and ejected from New York speech
Violence erupts at a New York hotel as protesters heckle Turkey's leader with chants of "terrorist".
German Chancellor Angela Merkel re-elected for fourth term
Chancellor Angela Merkel has been re-elected and will be joined in parliament by the nationalist AfD.
Killer whales join in on Norway surfing competition
Two killer whales have been spotted alongside participants in the semi-finals of a surf contest in Norway.
Germany: A history of division and unity
Post-war politics of Germany: A history of division and unity
Why some Catalans want independence... and some don't
Four people in Catalonia's capital city, Barcelona, tell us what it means to be Catalan - and why some people there want independence from Spain.
After the vote
The German chancellor may have won the election but the result does not feel like a victory.
Bill of fare
In a remote corner of Iceland, the taste of the seabird is a reminder of home.
Political football
The Catalan referendum places some uncertainty over the future of Spain's prestigious football club.
Germany's other vote
Berliners hold a vote on the future of Tegel airport - and it has become a hot political issue.
Speed teens
Bosnia's young lugers are helping to restore an old Winter Olympic run in the mountains above Sarajevo.
Action please
The EU reacts to Theresa May's Brexit speech, in which she says a transition period is needed.
Election shift
Sunday's election could see the first far-right party represented in Germany's parliament since WW2.
Men only
The case of a woman fined for peeing in an Amsterdam alleyway has sparked a debate about sexism.
Ryanair faces 20m euro compensation bill over cancellations
The airline has blamed a backlog of staff leave for the disruption, which could affect 400,000 passengers.
UK and EU firms to urge faster Brexit deal
Firms employing more than a million workers will call on Brexit negotiators to speed up Brexit talks to protect jobs.