BBC News - Europe
Italy bridge collapse: Victims' families shun state funeral
Fewer than half of victims' families are participating in a state funeral for those killed in Genoa.
Texting is not an acceptable way of writing will, French court rules
A claim by a French woman that her late son left her some of his estate by text message is rejected.
'I met my IS captor on a German street'
A Yazidi teenager sold into slavery by IS tells of her horror at meeting her captor in a German street.
Hunt clarifies no-deal comments: UK 'would survive'
UK foreign secretary clarifies comments after saying "we would regret" a no-deal "for generations".
Kevin de Bruyne: Manchester City midfielder out for three months
Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne is ruled out for three months with a knee injury.
US threatens more action against Turkey unless pastor freed
The US is demanding that Turkey release a detained US pastor or face further economic measures.
Will Ronaldo restore glory to Italy's Serie A?
Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival has been the big talking point of the Italian summer, but what does his arrival mean for Serie A and this season's title race?
Why is Trump creating a space force?
The US says the space environment has become "crowded and adversarial".
World's first floating farm makes waves in Rotterdam
An offshore dairy farm aims to help Rotterdam produce its own food more sustainably.
Whale hunt in Faroe Islands turns sea red with blood
Dozens of whales were killed by North Atlantic islanders in preparation for the harsh winter.
Genoa bridge: 'I was under the bridge when it collapsed'
Most of Luciano Goccia's truck was crushed, except for the driver's seat he was in.
Sweden Muslim woman who refused handshake at job interview wins case
An interpreting firm had cut short her job interview after she refused to shake hands with a man.
Boris Johnson's Afghan trip cost over £20,000
The former foreign secretary was criticised at the time for missing a crunch vote on Heathrow.
Marine Le Pen's presence deemed 'disrespectful' at Web Summit
Conference organiser Paddy Cosgrave initially defended her invitation to the technology summit.
A tour of Syria - with the Russian military
Syria's civil war isn't over, but Russia is keen to show that life is gradually returning to normal.
Whales get stuck in Icelandic fjord, twice
Around 100 pilot whales were rescued from a fjord in west of the country, before becoming trapped again.
Italy bridge collapse: 'We just ran for our lives'
Nicola and Lisa Henton-Mitchell narrowly escaped the Genoa bridge collapse with their two children.
Inside Siberia's isolated community of forgotten women
Photographer Oded Wagenstein met Siberian women who are left to face the struggles of old age alone.
Turkey lira: Ankara to boycott US electronic goods
President Erdogan responds after US sanctions put Turkey's weak currency into freefall.
Why Brexit is getting laughs at the Edinburgh Fringe
The Edinburgh festival known for its comedy is finding plenty of humour in the political hot potato.
Monsanto weedkiller case: Bayer shares tumble after payout
Bayer insists glyphosate use is safe, but its market value drops after the record California payout.
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