Police in Paris, France, have arrested nine people and issued more than 150 fines since the beginning of the weekend to people who clandestinely met in restaurants and bars.
Rachael Blackmore has smashed through one of the biggest gender barriers in sports by becoming the first female jockey to win the gruelling Grand National horse race.
The AfD is holding a two-day congress this weekend ahead of Germany's September federal election, which will mark the end of Chancellor Angela Merkel's era.
Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Socrates will stand trial but many of the corruption charges against him have expired.
From burgeoning diner chains to the world's oldest vegetarian restaurant, experts say Europe comes out on top.
"Protests have been postponed out of respect for the Queen and the Royal Family," read posters posted in Unionist areas of the city.
Giorgos Karaivaz was found dead, shot multiple times, beside his car in the Greek capital.
AstraZeneca's deliveries to the European Union have been beset by delays.
Under a Dutch government-approved pilot scheme, the world-famous Keukenhof garden opened its gates to let a few thousand people tiptoe through the 7 million tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and myriad other flowers.
The design just needs sunshine and seawater to produce clean drinking water.
Survivalists or so-called 'preppers' have long been bracing for disaster. It appears that the Covid-19 pandemic has given this secretive community a boost. But is it an outdoor hobby, a fringe discipline or a prudent strategy for self-preservation?
It comes after the regulator said there was a possible link between very rare cases of blood clots and the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The European Medicines Agency said the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine could potentially cause rare blood clots and Commission President von der Leyen got sidelined in Ankara. Here's a look at two key stories making the news in Brussels this week.