BBC News - Europe
Pope Francis calls for police to show drivers 'mercy'
The pontiff says police should try to understand why a person has committed an offence.
Don't play Santa to the EU, Tory MP warns government
The two sides cannot agree on how much money the UK should hand over as part of Brexit.
Paris and Amsterdam to host key EU agencies post-Brexit
Ministers pick new homes for medicine and banking agencies which will move from London.
Germany's Merkel 'prefers new vote' after coalition talks fail
The German chancellor would opt for fresh elections over leading a minority government.
Uber and Volvo strike deal for 24,000 self-drive cars
Uber plans to purchase up to 24,000 cars from Volvo before 2021 to build a self-drive fleet.
Alcohol bootlegging alleged at EU mission in Kabul
The EU is assessing whether alcohol intended for staff was sold on the black market.
Jana Novotna: Former Wimbledon champion dies at age of 49
The Women's Tennis Association says 1998 Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna, who had cancer, "died peacefully, surrounded by her family" aged 49.
Brexit: German business grouping calls for UK to remain in EU
A group of influential German business figures launch campaign to keep the UK in the European Union.
Poland fury over 'attack' by EU's Tusk
The Polish PM hits back after EU leader Tusk linked her government to a "Kremlin plan".
Jana Novotna cries after losing 1993 Wimbledon final
Watch Jana Novotna cry on the Duchess of Kent's shoulders after surrendering a commanding lead to slump to defeat by Steffi Graf in the Wimbledon women's singles final of 1993.