The bodies of an Italian man and woman were discovered in Lake Garda on Sunday, with the tourists under investigation for alleged manslaughter.
A Turkish prosecutor is demanding that the 40,500-member party be dissolved and about 450 members barred from office over alleged links to outlawed Kurdish group the PKK.
A few hundred people held in-person ceremonies at the ancient stone circle in England while bonfires were lit and folk festivals held in other parts of Europe for the longest day of the year.
Ukraine, Austria, Denmark, Finland and Russia could all go through tonight. Belgium and the Netherlands will. North Macedonia definitely won't.
Ebrahim Raisi, a conservative hardliner, was elected president of Iran last week.
Federal German prosecutors said the suspect worked at a university in Germany and accuse him of meeting three times with Russian intelligence.
As well as travel bans and asset freezes, Europe plans to ban exports of fertiliser, tobacco and petroleum.
An official from the state electric company Tavanir said the Bushehr plant shutdown began on Saturday and would last "for three to four days.” Without elaborating, he said that power outages could result.
Alexander Popov was arrested on Saturday after the body of Catherine Serou, 34, was found in a wooded area near the city of Nizhny Novgorod.
Josep Borrell repeated his call for Lebanon to form a new government as a matter of urgency a day after threatening EU sanctions if "obstruction" continued.
Goals by Xherdan Shaqiri and Haris Seferovic gave Switzerland a fighting chance of making it through to the knockout stage while Turkey scored its first and only goal of the contest.
The team marked its 11th straight win in the European Championship and will now play the second-place team from Group C at Wembley Stadium in London.
Yogis participate in an annual all-day outdoor yoga event in the heart of Times Square in New York, to celebrate the summer solstice and the re-awakening of the city.
Astronauts working on the International Space Station have made their second attempt in a week at installing powerful new solar arrays.
Around 300 vintage vehicles from Estonia, Latvia and Finland, produced between 1930 and the 1980s, take part in a 1000-kilometre retro rally across Estonia.
The regional elections in France were regarded by some as a testing ground for next year's presidential election.
A six-foot statue of George Floyd, the Black man killed by a white policeman in Minneapolis in May 2020, is unveiled in Brooklyn as part of Juneteenth celebrations in New York.
The supreme pontiff used his Sunday address to call for places of worship to be used as humanitarian shelters amid escalating violence in the country.
Officials from the signatory states of the 2015 nuclear deal have exchanged paperwork and will shortly be returning to their home countries for a final decision, Iran's deputy said on Sunday.
More than 200 families from El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, gathered Saturday with relatives from across the Rio Grande along the U.S.-Mexico border.