Europe

Timeline: Deadly attacks in Europe

A chronology of major bombings, gun violence, and vehicle attacks in Europe over the past year.

Timeline: Deadly attacks in Europe

Europe

'Barbaric act': World reacts to Barcelona attack

From leaders to footballers, many around the world condemn the attack in Las Ramblas area that killed 13 people.

'Barbaric act': World reacts to Barcelona attack

Europe

Police kill 'terrorists' in Cambrils, near Barcelona

Seven people also injured after a car drove into them in Spanish town, hours after a similar attack in nearby Barcelona.

Police kill 'terrorists' in Cambrils, near Barcelona

Europe

Van ploughs into Barcelona crowd killing at least 13

At least 80 people also wounded after vehicle mounts pavement in busy Las Ramblas area of Catalan city.

Europe

Nobel winner Malala wins place at Oxford University

Pakistani-born Malala Yousafzai, shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education, accepted by Oxford University.

Nobel winner Malala wins place at Oxford University

Europe

France: One of Europe's biggest burger consumers

According to a study last year, about three-quarters of French restaurants now sell hamburgers and 80 percent of these say it has become their top-selling meal.

Human Rights

Germany: Confronting the colonial roots of racism

'The Nazis didn't fall out of the sky, there is a deeper racist, xenophobic mindset in German history.'

Germany: Confronting the colonial roots of racism

Europe

Brexit: ‘No immigration checks’ between Ireland, Northern Ireland

The UK says it will not reintroduce immigration checks between Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland after Brexit.

Europe

London's Big Ben to undergo years of restoration

The 13-tonne bell has been the city's signature sound since 1859. And some are angry at the length of time it will take to fix.

Europe

One person dead as driver rams car into French pizzeria

Deliberate car ramming by man in a town east of Paris killed one adolescent girl and injured at least 13 other people.

One person dead as driver rams car into French pizzeria

Europe

Homes damaged and hundreds flee as Greece wildfires spread

Firefighters in Greece are struggling to contain several wildfires close to the capital, Athens. Dozens of homes have been damaged and hundreds of people have fled the area.

Europe

France's bakeries under threat from competition

Faced with increasing competition and changing consumer tastes, many traditional bakeries are now struggling.

Europe

Germany set for crucial parliamentary vote

Germans will be heading to the polls later this month in a parliamentary vote that could decide if Angela Merkel remains Chancellor.

Opinion

The priceless racism of the Duke of Edinburgh

Prince Philip has done the world an extraordinary service by exposing the racist hypocrisy of "Western civilisation".

Hamid Dabashi

by Hamid Dabashi

Hamid Dabashi

Weather

Excessive heat replaced by excessive storms in Poland

For the second time in a week, Poland has been hit by extraordinary storms.

Excessive heat replaced by excessive storms in Poland