Three Portuguese border police officers sentenced to prison for beating a Ukrainian man to death at Lisbon airport in March 2020.
Her landslide election win in November left her with a hostile, pro-Moscow parliament. Elections on July 11 are a chance to change that.
A 23-year-old woman in Tuscany remains under observation after she was mistakenly given an entire vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine - equivalent to six doses.
Britain's parliamentary watchdog has announced that it is investigating Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the funding of a luxury holiday he took in 2019.
"The EU has ignored the fact that within its borders a government is disregarding democratic values, leading the country towards populist-nationalist semi-dictatorship while they collect European taxpayers’ money."
The countries ahead on vaccinations, relatively speaking, are those outside the EU, like Serbia and the UK. Hungary is the exception, but Budapest has bought doses from Russia and China to boost its stocks.
Officers were called in after young people gathered to celebrate the end of restrictions and reopening of terraces and cafes
In a letter, Boris Johnson invited the leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to a crisis summit on the union.
While hundreds celebrated with improvised street parties, others feared the national state of emergency would be replaced by a patchwork of conflicting regional approaches.
From a debate on the future of Europe to online concerts with top European bands: there are many ways to observe Europe Day this Sunday.
Khan's victory will be a boost to the Labour party which has suffered major losses in England's local elections.
The two countries have made significant moves towards relaxing coronavirus restrictions as some bars and beaches reopen.
As pro-independence parties retain a majority in the Scottish Parliament, Nationalist leader Nicola Sturgeon confirms bid for second attempt to leave United Kingdom
The European Commission deal with Pfizer-BioNTech is its biggest vaccine contract so far
Three members of a neo-Nazi group were arrested and charged on suspicion of planning an attack against a masonic lodge.
The three hold-out clubs could face sanctions including being banned from the Champions League.
The UK has unveiled a small list of countries and territories from which arrivals won't have to quarantine after May 17, including Portugal, Israel and Gibraltar.
A government spokesperson said the main issue affecting poor countries' equal access to vaccines was "not patents, but production capacity".
Two men were hospitalised after Friday's blaze in Poplar while a further 38 others were treated at the scene.
Europe changed its position on intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines and also announced a series of measures aimed at reducing China's influence in Europe.