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BBC News - Europe

Audi chief Rupert Stadler arrested in diesel emissions probe
There was a danger that Rupert Stadler could seek to suppress evidence, prosecutors say.
06/18/2018 10:27 AM
Dutch PinkPop festival: Man held over hit-and-run death
Police arrest a suspect after a vehicle hit four people at the end of the Pinkpop music festival
06/18/2018 11:27 AM
Napoleon's Waterloo hat goes under hammer
The emperor's hat is said to have been salvaged from the battlefield in 1815 by a Dutch baron.
06/18/2018 10:25 AM
Cristiano Ronaldo: Mocked statue at Madeira airport is replaced
A bronze statue of Cristiano Ronaldo that left football fans scratching their heads is replaced.
06/18/2018 10:23 AM
Royal wedding 2018: Meghan's dad reveals tears over big day
Thomas Markle says he is upset about being "a footnote to the greatest moment in history".
06/18/2018 01:09 PM
Brilliant Mexico stun champions Germany
Mexico record the first shock win of the 2018 World Cup as Hirving Lozano's strike earns them victory over champions Germany.
06/17/2018 05:48 PM
World Cup 2018: Brazil held to 1-1 draw by Switzerland in Group E opener
Philippe Coutinho's superb goal is not enough for Brazil who are held by Switzerland in their World Cup opener.
06/17/2018 08:47 PM
World Cup 2018: 'Safe space' for Russia LGBT football fans shut
The organisers of the initiative in the Russian city of St Petersburg blame a "political attack".
06/17/2018 04:47 PM
World Cup 2018: Serbia v Costa Rica
Aleksandar Kolarov curls in a spectacular free-kick to give Serbia a deserved victory in their opening World Cup Group E match against Costa Rica.
06/17/2018 02:50 PM
General Electric faces fines over French jobs pledge
France threatens to take the unusual step of fining General Electric for not creating jobs.
06/17/2018 02:57 PM
Who's been affected by Turkey's state of emergency?
Presidential and parliamentary elections are being held under a national state of emergency.
06/18/2018 11:00 AM
World Cup 2018: How the Mexicans reacted to shock win
Mexico shocked Germany as they beat the world champions in their opening game of the World Cup.
06/18/2018 02:43 AM
Aquarius: Migrant ship arrives in Spain
The Aquarius was previously refused entry by Italy and Malta. Its passengers landed in the Port of Valencia after over a week at sea.
06/17/2018 01:05 PM
World Cup 2018: Your guide to Russian football insults
Getting frustrated with your teams performance at the World Cup? Here's some Russian football insults for you.
06/16/2018 11:06 PM
Is this Angela Merkel's moment of reckoning?
How a row with a coalition partner has left the German chancellor fighting for her political life.
06/18/2018 12:58 PM
Reality Check: The numbers behind the crackdown in Turkey
As elections take place two years after a failed coup in Turkey, how many people are in prison and how many have lost their jobs?
06/18/2018 11:28 AM
Speed limit cut on French roads angers rural voters
The decision to cut maximum speeds on country roads to 80km/h (50mph) is proving unpopular.
06/15/2018 11:25 PM
Who is responsible for migrants at sea?
Italy's refusal to allow a migrant vessel to dock raises issues about who is responsible for helping those stranded at sea.
06/17/2018 12:27 AM
Portugal's wildfire that broke a community
For the towns where 66 people died in last June's forest fires, life will never again be normal.
06/15/2018 12:44 AM
Russia propose raising retirement age above life expectancy
Moscow is accused of using the World Cup as a 'distraction' as pension age increases are proposed.
06/15/2018 01:22 PM
France Telecom suicides: Former bosses face trial
They are accused of "moral harassment" following a spate of suicides among staff in the late 2000s.
06/16/2018 07:13 PM
ECB to end crisis-era stimulus programme in December
The European Central Bank says it will end its €2.5tn bond-buying programme in December.
06/14/2018 02:02 PM