BBC News - Europe
Russia protests: Opposition leader Navalny and hundreds others arrested
Alexei Navalny is one of at least 500 people detained in anti-corruption protests across Russia.
Russia protests: Crowds take to streets over corruption
Thousands of people take to the street of Moscow, calling for the resignation of the prime minister over corruption allegations.
Belarus protests: Government defends mass arrests
Hundreds were detained in protests on Saturday against the tax on "social parasites".
Merkel set for success in Saarland bellwether vote for Germany
Exit polls say her Christian Democrats comfortably saw off a challenge by the Social Democrats.
Egypt convicts 56 over migrant boat sinking that killed 200
The migrants had been hoping to reach Italy when the boat capsized off Egypt's coast last September.
Article 50: Brexit deal must meet six tests, says Labour
Labour says it will vote against any deal that does not include a a strong relationship with the EU.
London attacker Khalid Masood acted alone, say police
Khalid Masood killed four people in 82 second but police say nothing suggests more attacks are planned.
Sixty years since Treaty of Rome signed
It is 60 years since the Treaty of Rome was signed, by Italy, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.
EU summit: Leaders stress unity on Rome anniversary
Celebrations mark 60 years since the EU's founding treaty, but the UK stays away as Brexit looms.
Praise and protests
Europeans take to the streets of London, Rome, Warsaw and other cities, as EU marks 60th anniversary.