International NY Times : Europe (71)

As Spain Mourns, Hunt for Driver of Barcelona Van Intensifies

Top police officials said that none of the 12 members of a cell behind the attacks had previous links to terrorism.

Russian Knife Attacker Stabs and Wounds at Least 7 in Siberia

The police shot and killed the assailant in the Russian city of Surgut, said the authorities, who gave no initial indication of a terrorism connection.

Attack in Turku, Finland, Investigated as Terrorism

The suspect, who was shot after the attack, is an 18-year-old Moroccan. Four others have been arrested, and an international warrant is out for a sixth suspect.

Spain Looking for Moroccan Man in Barcelona Attack Investigation

The authorities believe that Younes Abouyaaqoub may have been the driver of the van that mowed down people in Las Ramblas.

Bruce Forsyth, 89, Cheeky Fixture of British TV, Is Dead

Known for his toothy smile and crowd-pleasing charm, Mr. Forsyth was recognized by Guinness World Records as the male entertainer with the longest TV career.

Flow of Migrants to Italy Slows, but Nobody Knows Why

The main route to Europe is experiencing one of its longest lulls since the start of the migration crisis in 2014, though experts said it was unlikely to last.

Police in Finland Shoot Man After Stabbing Attack

The authorities say that the man was apprehended in Turku after several people were stabbed. They were searching for more potential suspects.

What We Know About the Attacks in Spain

The police are looking for the driver of a van that killed 13 people in Barcelona on Thursday, and they’re investigating his connection to another assault eight hours later.

4 Suspects Held in Spain, as Toll Rises to 14

The assaults killed and wounded people from at least 34 countries, and the police are still hunting for the driver of the van that charged down Las Ramblas in Barcelona.

Third Suspect Detained After Attacks in Spain

The police said they had killed five men in a vehicle that rammed into pedestrians in the seaside town of Cambrils, just hours after a similar assault in Barcelona.

Fatal Terror Attack in Barcelona

At least 13 were killed and 80 injured when a van plowed into a crowd in Barcelona. The police have taken three people into custody.

Fatal Terror Attack in Barcelona

At least 13 were killed and 80 injured when a van plowed into a crowd in Barcelona. The police have taken two people into custody.

Over One Million South Sudanese Flee From Violence to Uganda

The daily exodus of villagers escaping armed conflict, hunger and sexual violence prompted the U.N. refugee agency to urge international action.

Heads Up: In Berlin, Singing Karaoke at the Site of a Former ‘Death Strip’

In one of the city’s most memorable spectacles, amateur performers unleash their inner rock star where the Berlin Wall once stood.

Trilobites: Why You Can’t Trust Yourself to Match Photos of Strangers’ Faces

When people online incorrectly identified a man as a participant at a white nationalist rally, they fell into a common trap of being deceived by similar hairstyles.

Homeless ‘Hero’ of Manchester Attack Is Accused of Stealing From Victims

Chris Parker, who rushed to help victims after an attack that killed 22 people in Manchester in May, was charged with two counts of theft.

Switzerland and Germany Unlikely Adversaries in Spy Drama

German authorities arrest a Swiss man accused of spying on government auditors who penetrated Swiss bank secrecy to identify tax dodgers.

U.K. Sets Out Goals for an Open Irish Border. Trade Is More Complex.

Britain has vowed to keep an open frontier but remains vague about how to accomplish that while exiting the European Union’s single market and customs union.

Russian Ex-Minister Accuses Putin Ally of Framing Him

Aleksei V. Ulyukayev, who is accused of taking $2 million in bribes, says he was set up in retaliation for his opposition to the sale of a company to the state oil giant Rosneft.

Fiat Chrysler Joins BMW in Race to Make Self-Driving Cars

The alliance, which also includes Intel and Mobileye, could help Fiat Chrysler catch up in new technologies and fend off competitors from Silicon Valley.

Akzo Nobel Ends Feud With Elliott Management

The Dutch paint and chemicals company had been sparring with the hedge fund about a takeover offer and about replacing top executives.

In Ukraine, a Malware Expert Who Could Blow the Whistle on Russian Hacking

For the first time, an actual witness has emerged in the hack of the Democratic National Committee, and he has been interviewed by the F.B.I.

Oak Tree Falls in Portugal During Ceremony, Killing 13

At least six of the 49 people who were wounded were seriously hurt when the tree topped near the city of Funchal, where a religious celebration was being held.

Britain Offers Plan to Avoid Immediate Brexit Trade Chaos

The plan, dismissed by an E.U. official as 'fantasy,' would keep the country in a customs union with Europe for two years after Brexit.

London Inferno Inquiry Will Scrutinize How Officials Dealt With Complaints of Fire Risk

At least 80 people died in the blaze at Grenfell Tower, and local authorities were accused of having ignored warnings from the tenants.

Losing London: Grenfell Tower Fire Shows Double Standard at Work in One London District

Councilors in London’s Kensington and Chelsea borough, home to some of the city’s wealthiest and poorest residents, are accused of catering to the wealthy and ignoring the poor.

Amsterdam Journal: An Effort to Form a Prostitute Cooperative Is Met With Hope and Skepticism

My Red Light aims to let prostitutes have more control over their work, and even train for managerial positions. But some see just another brothel.

Global Sports: Russians Compete at World Championships, but Not for Their Country

Maria Lasitskene, the gold medalist in the women’s high jump, and Darya Klishina, who won silver in the long jump, were among those participating as 'authorized neutral athletes.'

This British Fruitcake Is Over 100 Years Old. It’s ‘Almost’ Edible.

Conservationists in Antarctica who found the ice-covered dessert believe it once belonged to the British explorer Robert Falcon Scott.

Russia-West Balancing Act Grows Ever More Wobbly in Belarus

President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko has long walked a tightrope between Russia and the West. But with a new Cold War looming, he may have to pick a side.

Submarine Owner Is Charged in Journalist’s Disappearance

Peter Madsen is facing an involuntary manslaughter charge even though the journalist, Kim Wall, remains missing.

Doctors Without Borders Suspends Migrant Rescue Patrols Off Libyan Coast

The aid group said threats from Libyan Coast Guard vessels posed a risk to the crew of its rescue ship.

Check In: A Tranquil Oasis in Greece

Casa Cook Rhodes, a 95-room adults-only resort on the island of Rhodes, opened a year ago as the first Greek hotel by the tour operator Thomas Cook.

Imam in Switzerland Urged Burning of Muslims Who Don’t Pray, Prosecutors Say

The country has been spared from terrorist attacks, but it has been accused of failing to clamp down swiftly and strongly on radicals.

American Says He’s Not London Jogger Who Shoved Woman in Front of Bus

Lawyers for the 41-year-old, an executive living in the British capital, said the police had arrested the wrong man.

England Bans Betting in Soccer, but Not for ‘The Lizard’

The F.A. told The New York Times it has unpublished rules for people like Tony Bloom, owner of Brighton & Hove Albion, who have gambling interests.

Britain Bans Betting in Soccer, but Not for ‘The Lizard’

The F.A. told The New York Times it has unpublished rules for people like Tony Bloom, owner of Brighton & Hove Albion, who have gambling interests.

Britain Bans Betting in Soccer, but Not For ‘The Lizard’

The F.A. told The New York Times it has unpublished rules for people like Tony Bloom, owner of Brighton & Hove Albion, who have gambling interests.

Trump Praises Putin Instead of Critiquing Cuts to U.S. Embassy Staff

The president’s comments were in keeping with his practice of not criticizing the Russian leader.

Wines of The Times: Rich and Oaky, White Rioja Bends the Summer Standard

Though not your typical quencher, these complex, unusual wines are both refreshing and interesting.

In Protest, Artist in Germany Re-Purposes Hate Speech From Twitter

An Israeli-German artist fed up with racist, anti-Semitic slurs on Twitter throws them back at the social media giant.

Memo from Europe: Europe’s Leaders Curtail Summer Holidays in Light of Crises

Theresa May has left Brexit negotiations behind for an extended getaway, but French and Italian leaders are spending more of August closer to home.

Car Slams Into Soldiers in Paris Suburb, Injuring Six

The soldiers were wounded when a BMW hit them in Levallois-Perret. Some question whether the presence of the soldiers makes them a target.

Car Slams Into Soldiers in Paris Suburb, Injuring Six

The soldiers were wounded while on patrol when a BMW hit them in Levallois-Perret. The mayor of the town called it a 'despicable aggression.'

France Backs Away From First Lady Role for Brigitte Macron

President Emmanuel Macron wanted to modernize and make transparent the first lady’s role, but he is retreating from the plan after wide public disapproval.

Russia Wants Innovation, but It’s Arresting Its Innovators

The detention of a Siberian scientist turned high-tech entrepreneur stirs dismay as Russia struggles to diversify its faltering economy beyond oil and gas.

Car Slams Into Soldiers in Paris Suburb

Six soldiers were wounded while on patrol, and the police were looking for the driver of the BMW that hit them.

France Backs Away From Official Role for First Lady

President Emmanuel Macron wanted to modernize and make transparent the first lady’s role, but he is retreating from the plan after wide public disapproval.

Christian Millau, 88, Co-Founder of Lively Restaurant Guide, Dies

Mr. Millau, with Henri Gault, took aim at the Michelin Guide, which he called stodgy and as terse as 'a telephone book.'

Martin Roth, German Who Led Britain’s Victoria and Albert Museum, Dies at 62

Mr. Roth was a pathbreaking curator in London who stepped down in protest over the 'Brexit' vote.