BBC News - Europe
Turkey election: Erdogan wins second term as president
The head of Turkey's election authority says the current president has won a second term outright.
Europe migrants: Italy warns Schengen is 'at risk'
Italy, which refused to accept two rescue ships, says migration puts the Schengen zone at risk.
Europe migrants: Can the EU reach a new deal?
EU leaders seek joint action over undocumented migrants after some bitter rows.
Actress Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54
The Danish star has given birth to her first daughter with her fifth husband in Los Angeles.
Ukraine Roma camp attack leaves one dead
It is the latest in a series of attacks in Ukraine, where violence against minorities is on the rise.
Power fault disrupts Eurotunnel cross-Channel services
Passengers reported being stuck on trains for more than three hours, but services have now resumed.
Turkey election: Polls close as Erdogan seeks second term
First results from Turkey's presidential and parliamentary elections are expected within hours.
Germany building explosion injures 25
Four people severely wounded after an explosion ripped through a building at midnight.
Business Brexit 'threats' are 'inappropriate' says Hunt
Jeremy Hunt responds to warnings by Airbus and BMW that UK investment could be hit.
World Cup 2018: Footballer's hair 'too wild' for Iranian TV
Ex-Barcelona star Carles Puyol was due to be a World Cup pundit in Iran but was barred from the studio.