BBC : Europe (37)

Germany warns citizens of Turkey risks amid arrests

German citizens and firms are advised that they face risks in Turkey following "arbitrary" arrests.

Rising French singer Barbara Weldens dies on stage

Barbara Weldens collapsed mid-concert and was apparently electrocuted.

Rome corruption ring jailed after marathon trial

For years the tentacles of the group, run by a one-eyed criminal, ran deep inside Rome's City Hall.

Alvaro Morata: Chelsea agree £60m deal to sign Real Madrid striker

Chelsea agree a deal to sign Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid for about £60m, subject to him agreeing personal terms and passing a medical.

Nephew bludgeoned uncle in Italy in dispute over money

Guarav Kainth beat his uncle to death with a metal bar during a family holiday in Italy.

Ukraine conflict: Russia rejects new Donetsk rebel 'state'

Russia says "Malorossiya" is just a rebel leader's personal initiative in Ukraine.

French military head de Villiers quits over cuts

Gen Pierre de Villiers says he cannot guarantee the army's status, amid a row with President Macron.

Poland court bill: President proposes compromise move

President Andrzej Duda suggests changes to contentious court reforms as protesters rally in Warsaw.

Spain football chief Angel Maria Villar held by police

Angel Maria Villar is detained by police as part of corruption investigation, judicial sources say.

Russia hacking row: Moscow demands US return seized mansions

A Russian official says talks "almost" resolve a row over the seizing of two diplomatic compounds.

Woman dragged along Rome metro platform

The driver on the Rome metro was unaware that the woman's bag had got trapped in the train door.

Russia Jehovah's Witnesses banned after they lose appeal

The Supreme Court rejects an appeal by the religious group against a ruling branding it extremist.

Poles rally against controversial reform of judiciary

The bill gives politicians the power to appoint judges without consulting judicial circles.

Spanish theme park accident: Trains collide on Madrid rollercoaster

Some 33 people are slightly hurt on the Mine Train ride at the Parque de Atracciones in Madrid.

Wimbledon 2017: Roger Federer going for eighth title against Marin Cilic in final

Roger Federer will attempt to become the first man to win eight Wimbledon titles when he takes on Marin Cilic in Sunday's final.

UK acid attack sentences to be reviewed

There were more than 400 incidents in England and Wales in the six months to April 2017.

Ajax fans rally for stricken player Abdelhak Nouri

Dutch footballer Abdelhak Nouri suffered brain damage after collapsing during a match in Austria.

G20 Hamburg: Tag potential rioters, German interior minister says

The government is seeking to prevent a repeat of rioting which marred the G20 summit in Hamburg.

EU could be flexible on movement, says Blair

Ex-PM says Britain could still stay in a reformed EU - but Labour says the referendum result "must be respected".

EU could be flexible on movement, says Blair

Europe has changed since the referendum and one option is for Britain to stay within a reformed EU, says Tony Blair.

EU could be flexible on movement, says Blair

The former PM says EU leaders would consider changes to the single market to accommodate the UK.

Turkey dismisses thousands a year after coup attempt

It comes on the eve of the one-year anniversary of a coup attempt that led to more than 250 deaths.

Trump joins Macron for Paris Bastille Day parade

The US president is guest of honour for Bastille Day, with US troops joining French counterparts.

Arrest after five London acid attacks

The attacks took place within 90 minutes in Hackney, Stoke Newington, and Islington.

Trump hints at climate deal shift in Paris talks

Speaking alongside his French counterpart, the US president told reporters "something could happen".

Bialowieza Forest: Poland sued over ancient woods logging

Polish logging in one of Europe's last remaining primeval forests is to go to the EU's top court.

Nice attack: Paris Match ordered not to republish photos

A year after the murder of 86 people, Paris Match magazine publishes CCTV images of the attack.

UK government publishes EU repeal bill

Ministers hail a historic moment - but Labour and the Scottish and Welsh governments are unhappy.

Abdelhak Nouri: Ajax player suffers brain damage after collapse

Ajax's Abdelhak Nouri has been diagnosed with "serious and permanent brain damage" after collapsing in a match on Saturday.

UK to publish Brexit repeal bill

Ministers urge cooperation but Labour demand changes and Lib Dems say passing it will be "hell".

Catholic Malta votes to legalise same-sex marriage

It marks another major change for the mainly Catholic island, which only introduced divorce in 2011.

Balearic Islands ask EU for alcohol limit on flights

The request comes after a series of alcohol-related incidents on the popular party islands.

Germany makes arrests over theft of giant solid-gold coin

Thieves used a ladder and wheelbarrow to steal the 100kg pure gold coin from a Berlin museum.

UK state visit by Spanish royals to begin

The king and queen begin a three-day visit, with the issues of Brexit and Gibraltar in the background.

Trump 'didn't know about son's Russia meeting'

The US president was not informed that Donald Trump Jr met a Russian lawyer, his son maintains.

George Soros: Hungarian government posters 'anti-Semitic'

The philanthropist has hit back at a Hungarian government campaign vilifying him.

Italian uproar over fascist-themed beach near Venice

Italy's politicians argue over anti-fascist laws after police raid a resort praising Mussolini.