Financial Times : Europe (45)

Spain responds to terror with a display of unity

The attacks come at a delicate moment in Catalan regional politics

Erdogan launches attack on German parties ahead of election

Turkish president declares main political groups 'enemies of Turkey'

Barcelona attack amplifies Spanish fight against terror

Catalan city seen as principal hub of jihadi recruitment in country

Leo Varadkar, the bright young man leading the Irish revival

Ireland's prime minister is positioning his country to make the most out of Brexit

Spanish police hunt Barcelona terror suspect

Four people said to be part of a larger terrorist cell already arrested

Barcelona attack sheds light on Spanish fight against terror

Catalan city seen as principal hub of jihadi recruitment in country

German election campaigns pulled back in sympathy with Barcelona

Spanish attacks: what we know so far

The chain of events in terror incidents in Barcelona and Cambrils

Barcelona van attack — in pictures

Images from the scene where 13 people were killed and scores injured

Spanish attacks: what we know so far

The chain of events in two incidents in Barcelona and Cambrils

Terror suspects killed in Spanish resort after Barcelona attack

Five in fake suicide vests shot dead by police in Cambrils hours after 13 die in Las Ramblas

Barcelona joins growing list of terrorist vehicle attacks

There have been 7 incidents involving cars and vans driving into crowds since July last year

Spanish police kill five after 13 die in Barcelona van attack

Authorities say counter-raid stopped second terrorist threat after earlier assault

Barcelona adds to growing list of terrorist vehicle attacks

Seven incidents involve cars and vans driving into crowds since July last year

Injuries reported in Barcelona after van slams into pedestrians

Germany's SPD criticised over Schröder's post at Rosneft

Merkel's Christian Democrats try to exploit public unease by turning fire on Schulz

ECB minutes reveal concern over euro strength

French unemployment falls to 2012-low

Exports and low unemployment fuel rapid growth in central Europe

Romania is EU's fastest-growing economy as jobs boom in region continues

Former Russian economy minister demanded $2m bribe, court told

Ulyukaev denies seeking cash for favourable review of Rosneft purchase of Bashneft stake

Ireland welcomes UK's plan for post-Brexit border

Italy posts best annual economic growth since 2011

Brokenshire: 'strong' case for frictionless Irish border after Brexit

Romanian economy expands at 5.9% annual rate

UK Brexit plan to leave Irish border free of customs posts

Latest government paper aims to tackle one of thorniest issues of departure

Britain's Brexit papers aim to fast-track customs talks

Businesses in UK and the rest of EU seek clarity to plan for a new relationship in 2019

Death toll rises to 13 from falling tree at Portuguese festival

Italy hopeful over migrant crisis as arrivals fall

Rome calls for 'mutual trust' between government and aid groups in Mediterranean

German judges refer case on ECB's QE stimulus to European court

Constitutional court finds indications that programme may violate EU law

German GDP grows at fastest annual rate since 2014

Rising domestic demand helps economy expand 0.6 per cent in second quarter

German constitutional court refers QE challenge to ECJ

EU: UK position papers 'positive step' in Brexit negotiations

Finland suffers first annual GDP contraction since 2012

German GDP growth hits fastest annual pace since 2014

Amsterdam in pieces: why Dutch voters rejected politics as usual

How one of Europe's most stable electorates has become fickle and fractured 

North Korea missile parts linked to Ukraine

Pyongyang said to have used modified version of Russian-designed missile engine

Angela Merkel attacks SPD rival over Germany's Nato budget pledge

Chancellor sharpens divisions by saying Berlin must honour promise to contribute more

Ukraine denies supplying missile technology to North Korea

EU agriculture chief calls on UK to stay in customs union

Brussels' top Irish official Hogan fears threats to trade and N Ireland peace deal

Portuguese GDP growth slows to 0.2% in second quarter

We Germans need to show more solidarity with Europe

How Merkel's shortsightedness imperils the country's long-term political security

Merkel kicks off campaign with attack on German motor industry

Chancellor says diesel makers gambled away trust but promises support for clean tech

Business environment in post-Soviet states improves

Change reflects continued slow transition to capitalism

UN seeks to expand EU plan for resettling refugees

Merkel supports proposal that faces resistance in eastern Europe

Eggs contamination scandal spreads to 15 EU countries

Millions of eggs withdrawn from sale after traces of insecticide found