BBC News - Europe

BBC News - Europe

Israel-Poland spat: Swastikas drawn on Polish embassy in Tel Aviv
It comes after Israel condemned Poland's PM for saying Jews were among perpetrators of the Holocaust.
02/19/2018 01:22 PM
Russia Dagestan shooting: Five women killed in attack on churchgoers
Worshippers leaving an evening church service in Dagestan were fired upon by a gunman.
02/19/2018 10:16 AM
Iceland's mooted circumcision ban sparks religious outrage
Jewish, Muslim and Christian leaders condemned the move, calling it an attack on religious freedom.
02/19/2018 11:50 AM
Latvian central bank boss 'wanted bribe'
The Baltic state's anti-corruption agency suspects Ilmars Rimsevics of seeking a €100,000 bribe.
02/19/2018 03:12 PM
Winter Olympics: Alexander Krushelnitsky subject of anti-doping case
An anti-doping case is opened against Russian medal-winning curler Alexander Krushelnitsky, says the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
02/19/2018 12:33 PM
Avalanche in French Alps kills father and daughter
The man, 43, and his 11-year-old daughter were skiing in an area at risk at the Val d'Isère resort.
02/19/2018 07:39 AM
Chile seeks extradition of ex-guerrilla arrested in France
He avoided capture for 22 years after escaping from prison, but was found in Paris last week.
02/19/2018 11:32 AM
Facebook to seek verification by post for election ads
People wishing to take out ads naming political candidates will be sent a verification code in the post.
02/19/2018 11:53 AM
Syria 'to help Kurds' in Turkey offensive
Pro-government forces will support Kurds fighting a Turkish offensive in Afrin, state media says.
02/19/2018 11:16 AM
Winter Olympics: Ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis endures 'nightmare' as dress comes undone
French ice dancer Gabriella Papadakis endures her "worst nightmare" as her dress comes undone during a short dance routine.
02/19/2018 11:03 AM
Finland's new pandas enjoy snow
Finland's new pandas were being allowed outside for the first time since arriving in the country last month.
02/18/2018 01:58 PM
'I fix umbrellas to save the world'
Thierry Millet is one of Europe’s last remaining artisanal umbrella repair man.
02/18/2018 12:25 AM
Theresa May replies to 'extremely regrettable Brexit' remark
Prime Minister Theresa May was told "things would be so much easier" if the UK stayed in the EU.
02/17/2018 02:34 PM
Mohamed Salah inspires "I'll be Muslim too" chant
Liverpool's free-scoring forward Mohamed Salah has inspired a new chant among the Liverpool faithful.
02/16/2018 02:54 AM
The lesbian pioneers who fooled Spain's Catholic Church
Their wedding in 1901 remains the only known same-sex marriage in the church's history, the BBC's James Badcock reports.
02/19/2018 01:46 AM
How I joined a French wine brotherhood
Hugh Schofield has a weird and charming day in a wine region and asks questions about Brexit.
02/18/2018 12:36 AM
Kosovo turns 10 but has little to celebrate
Ten years after declaring independence Kosovo still struggles to find its place in the world.
02/17/2018 12:59 AM
Is boasting good or bad for business?
Sweden is one of the most innovative countries in the world, but the business culture discourages bragging.
02/16/2018 12:09 AM
Latvian central bank boss detained by anti-corruption force
Ilmars Rimsevics has been detained after the anti-corruption agency raided his home and office.
02/18/2018 01:45 PM
Renault asks Carlos Ghosn to stay on as chief executive
There had been some speculation the carmaker boss would relinquish his role as head of the French firm.
02/16/2018 08:16 AM