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Chelsea wins Champions League for the second time
A first-half goal by Kai Havertz secured a win for Chelsea at the Dragao Stadium in Portugal on Saturday.
Funeral of Italian ballerina Carla Fracci takes place in Milan
The funeral of Italian ballerina and cultural icon Carla Fracci has taken place with hundreds applauding the hearse as it arrived.
In pictures: Thousands protest in Brussels against COVID restrictions
Thousands descended on a park in the Belgian capital for a 'party' designed to flout COVID-19 rules, later marching on the European Union headquarters.
Demonstrations held across Europe against Belarusian president
Demonstrations have been held in several European cities against the government in Belarus after a plane carrying a dissident journalist was grounded in the country last weekend.
Indonesia ferry catches fire, passengers jump to sea
A ferry in eastern Indonesia caught fire with nearly 200 people on board, forcing passengers and crew to jump into the sea but causing no casualties.
Elated music fans pack Paris arena for coronavirus 'test gig'
Thousands descended on AccorHotels Arena in eastern Paris on Saturday to see 1980s French rock band Indochine and DJ Etienne de Crecy in a public health experiment by the city's hospital authority.
Antoni Gaudi's iconic church in Barcelona reopens to the public
The Sagrada Familia Basilica is the most visited building in Spain, and the second most visited church in Europe.
Vietnam identifies new hybrid UK-India coronavirus variant
The variant is thought to be behind a recent surge in recorded COVID-19 cases in Vietnam's industrial zones.
Expelled Russian diplomats leave Czech Republic amid depot blast row
A total of 63 more embassy staff are due to depart from the Czech Republic by Monday after the Czech Republic accused Russia of involvement in an explosion at a munitions depot in 2014.
Kremlin regiment hosts changing-of-the-guard ceremony
Russia's presidential regiment, a prestigious regiment responsible for keeping watch over the Kremlin in Moscow, hosts a changing of the guard ceremony. The traditional display resumed this year after a year's hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Aid agencies targeted by phishing emails blamed on Russia
Thousands of addresses were targeted by emails containing malware from a compromised marketing account belonging to the the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Police and protesters clash as Colombia's Duque deploys military
Police and protesters clash during anti-government protests, as the country marks a full month of social unrest that has claimed dozens of lives. Colombian President Ivan Duque announced that he was deploying military troops to Cali, which is at the epicentre of the protests.
EU vows support for 'democratic' Belarus
The EU says it would extend economic support to a "democratic" Belarus as Russian President Vladimir Putin plays dow reaction to flight forced to land in Minsk
First European female astronaut to command International Space Station
Samantha Cristoforetti was the first Italian woman in space and only the third woman in the world to have spent time on the station.
Dutch police bust hidden cocaine factory after Encrochat investigation
Eighty police officers descended on the site in Rotterdam where a gang was also fitting out cars with secret compartments so as to "flood Europe with cocaine".
Gaza beaches packed as Israel-Hamas ceasefire holds
In Gaza, a week since the ceasefire between Hamas and Israel was announced, many residents come out to enjoy the beaches.
Venice Architecture Biennale explores how will we live in the future
The pavilions on display aim to show how architecture can shape the way we live and face up to challenges including climate change, rising inequalities and access to healthcare.
What you need to know about visiting Cyprus, the original love island
A guide to changing travel restrictions in Cyprus, and what should be on any visitor's must-see list.
Remains of 215 children found at Canadian Indigenous school
The school was one of 139 such institutions set up in the country in the late 19th century in which First Nations, Métis and Inuit children were forcibly conscripted.
Why healthy animals lead to healthy consumers in Europe
Dr Sabine Schüller gives us her take on the importance of animal health and how it is hugely beneficial to their welfare.
Fragile peace holds in Gaza but tensions with Israel remain
On Friday protesters hurled stones at Israeli security forces amid clashes in the village of Baita, south of Nablus in the occupied West Bank. The Palestinian Health Ministry claimed a 26-year-old man was killed and two more injured by live fire.
Man City and Chelsea to battle it out for Champions League title
The all-English final takes place in Porto, Portugal. Man City will walk onto the pitch as favourites to win but coach Pep Guardiola has stressed that victory will not be easy.
Mali coup leader becomes transitional President
President N'Daw and Prime Minister Moctar Ouane resigned on Wednesday after they were released from detention.
The most striking images from this week's top stories
The key stories of the week, captured by photographers around the world.
Faked travel documents and foreign weddings: Love in the time of COVID
Facing lockdown alone, these couples faked travel documents and got married in foreign countries, all in the name of love.