BBC News - Europe
Open Arms migrant ship: Italy orders vessel's seizure
An Italian prosecutor orders the immediate evacuation of the refugees on board, Italian media report.
Italy government crisis: PM Conte quits amid coalition row
Giuseppe Conte's resignation came after he accused his coalition partner of being "irresponsible".
Julien Gauthier: Grizzly bear kills soundgathering musician
Julien Gauthier had planned to canoe down Canada's Mackenzie River to record sounds of nature.
Brexit: Freedom of movement plan 'will create chaos' - Abbott
The shadow home secretary says the policy would "make Windrush look like a minor blip".
Paul Pogba: Man Utd's Harry Maguire calls for action after racist abuse
Manchester United's Harry Maguire calls on social media companies to "stop these pathetic trolls" after team-mate Paul Pogba is subjected to racist abuse online.
UK PM tells EU backstop is 'anti-democratic'
The PM calls the Irish border plan "unviable", but the EU says he hasn't offered realistic alternatives.
What do Italians think of the government crisis?
The fate of Italy's coalition is set to be decided after weeks of hostility between ruling parties, the nationalist League and Five Star.
Scottish castle goes up for sale for over £8m in East Lothian
Seton Castle was built with stone from a palace said to be Mary Queen of Scots' favourite retreat.
Golf club car bomb: Two men arrested in Dublin
Irish police say they have arrested two suspects in connection with the New IRA attack.
Syrian migrants in Turkey face deadline to leave Istanbul
Unregistered migrants have until Tuesday to leave or face expulsion from Turkey's biggest city.
Croatian diplomat suspended for 'white Europe' comments
The Berlin embassy diplomat made inflammatory Facebook posts alongside idyllic Adriatic images.
No-deal Brexit 'could cost farms £850m in profits'
A no-deal Brexit could be a greater challenge than BSE and foot-and-mouth, a researcher suggests.
Maurizio Sarri: Juventus coach treated for pneumonia
Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri is being treated for pneumonia.
'Cut the Iron Curtain': Germany's 1989 freedom picnic
Thirty years ago a "European unity" picnic became an East German exodus from communism.
No-deal Brexit: What is the UK government doing to prepare?
The cabinet will meet every day to plan for an "orderly exit" from the EU.
Paros - the Greek paradise island that wants to ditch plastic
Paros in Greece is at the centre of a drive to turn it into the world's first island free of plastic waste.
Eduard Pernkopf: The Nazi book of anatomy still used by surgeons
Eduard Pernkopf created an "atlas" of anatomy by dissecting the bodies of Nazi political prisoners.
The floating farm for cows
The cows on this floating farm in the Netherlands are helping find ways of making food sustainably
The New Yorker reviving Jewish life on a holiday island
Dani Rotstein arrived in Majorca knowing nothing of its hidden Jewish past. Now he's helping reinvigorate its Jewish community.
Iceland's Okjokull glacier commemorated with plaque
A plaque placed on Sunday commemorates Okjokull glacier, which was officially declared dead in 2014.
Mindfulness on Ireland's pilgrim paths
Writer Bébhinn Ramsay finds solace on Ireland's pilgrim paths after the death of her husband.
Man found dead in underpass after Istanbul floods
A homeless man was found in the Unkapani district, apparently drowned, after heavy rain caused extensive damage
Twin festival in northwest France reaches 25th year
The town of Pleucadeuc in northwest France holds an annual festival for twins, now in its 25th year.
Russia bird strike: Collision with gulls forces plane to land in field
Dozens of people were injured when the Airbus 321 was forced to land in a field near Moscow.
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