BBC News - Europe
Irish government will not design 'Brexiteer border', says Varadkar
"It's the British who are leaving so if anyone should be angry it's us," says Irish PM Leo Varadkar.
Hamburg supermarket attack leaves one dead
Police say one suspect has been arrested but that it is too soon to pinpoint a motive.
Brexit transition must end by 2022, says Hammond
Chancellor Philip Hammond says "many things will look similar" for up to three years after Brexit.
Russia orders US to cut embassy staff in retaliation for sanctions
The Kremlin tells the US to cut diplomatic staff to 455 and bars it from using some properties.
Poland must end logging in Bialowieza forest, Europe's oldest, court rules
Europe's top court orders the ban after Warsaw backed a rise in logging in Bialowieza forest.
Berlin 'honest finder' hands in $40,000 briefcase hoard
The owner of the case, with $40,000 in valuables, put it down to lock his bike in Berlin, then forgot it.
Sixty UK tower blocks 'fail fire test'
A resident of one affected tower block describes living there as like "sitting on a tinderbox".
Migrant crisis: Italy backs force to police Libya shore
Italy's cabinet backs sending ships, planes and personnel - but Libya denies asking for such help.
British men held in Swiss prison over road 'race'
The men have been held for seven weeks without charge and dispute claims they were racing.
Georgia ex-leader Saakashvili plans defiant return to Ukraine
Georgia's ex-president vows to return to Ukraine despite being stripped of Ukrainian citizenship.