BBC News - Europe Italy election: Rival protests spark tensions ahead of vote 2018-02-24T18:29:56.000000000+00:00 Scuffles break out as far-right and anti-fascist groups stage rallies a week before Italy's election. Johnny Hallyday estate: Bardot wades into France family row 2018-02-24T16:56:30.000000000+00:00 The film legend urges Johnny Hallyday's widow to give some of his money to his older children. The BBC's John Simpson: How I became a Czech honeytrap target 2018-02-24T13:40:10.000000000+00:00 The BBC's World Affairs editor says he "was getting in a bit deep" so he told the BBC, who brought in MI5. Czech Ledecka wins historic second gold 2018-02-24T13:02:06.000000000+00:00 Ester Ledecka becomes the fifth athlete to claim gold in two sports at a Winter Games with a win in the women's snowboarding parallel giant slalom. Russian ceremony hopes hit by second ban 2018-02-24T12:23:58.000000000+00:00 A second Russian athlete competing at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang is punished after testing positive for a banned substance. Red Cross reveals 21 staff paid for sexual services 2018-02-24T11:07:45.000000000+00:00 The humanitarian aid agency reveals 21 staff have left for sexual misconduct since 2015. World Hacks: Putting your leftover pills back to work 2018-02-24T00:17:36.000000000+00:00 An app in Greece is helping people donate their leftover drugs to those who can't afford to buy them. Pep Guardiola: Manchester City manager charged for wearing political ribbon 2018-02-23T21:50:29.000000000+00:00 Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is charged for wearing a political message, specifically a yellow ribbon, in breach of FA regulations. Donald Tusk: UK Brexit plans 'pure illusion' 2018-02-23T20:36:42.000000000+00:00 The European Council president says reports suggest the UK is still trying to cherry pick its Brexit deal. Who are Russia's shadowy mercenaries in Syria? 2018-02-23T20:14:08.000000000+00:00 Russian Wagner group fighters have died in Syria - others have fought in Ukraine.