We look back at the biggest stories from across Europe this morning.
U.S. President Donald Trump and his family visited Pittsburgh yesterday and spent time at the Tree of Life synagogue where 11 people were shot in the deadliest attack on Jewish people in America's history. His reception was mixed- but away from the protests and the President were the funerals.
Guerrilla artist known for his grotesque take on American politicians casts an eye on the Trump Administration. Robbie Conal takes aim at everyone from the Vice President Mike Pence to the former advisor Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway.
Although Taylor Swift was "reluctant" to break her apolitical stance, the popstar endorsed Democratic candidates for the upcoming US midterm elections.
US President Donald Trump said so-called hush payments made to two women who say he had affairs with them did not come from campaign funds but from him personally.
Iyi opposition party spokesperson Aytun Çıray apologised for his statement calling for the seizure of the Turkish franchise of Trump Towers.
Euronews take a closer look at some of the claims Trump made in his bombshell interview with The Sun.
Some 131 participants from 23 countries are gathering in Turin, Italy for the 66th edition of the Bilderberg Meetings.
Ex-Starbucks chief ponders political future
The US Senate has voted in favour of appointing the CIA's first female director.
The confirmation of Gina Haspel, a veteran of the spy agency, follows a partisan fight among lawmakers over her role in the its post-9/11 interrogation programme.
President Donald Trump nominated Gordon D. Sondland to become the next US ambassador to the EU, nearly a year and a half after the previous one was let go.
Known for her blunt speaking and self-deprecating wit, she was also fiercely protective of her family.
Former first lady Barbara Bush is to be given palliative care after declining further hospital care.
The diplomats expelled from the USA are back home, while the American consulate in St. Petersburg closes for business.
The porn actress said she was threatened to keep quiet about an alleged affair with US President Donald Trump, among other claims.
Trump said he had signed the bill, despite his qualms on some issues, because a $60 billion increase in military spending had convinced him it was a worthwhile compromise.
The bill now goes to the Senate which is expected to vote before current government funding expires at midnight on Friday
Former 'Sex and the City' star Cynthia Nixon is running for governor of New York state
Adult film star Stormy Daniels sues President Trump, saying the nondisclosure agreement arranged to cover up their alleged relationship is invalid because he never signed it.
Trump's longtime aide quit a day after she appeared before a congressional committee investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election, and acknowledged she sometimes told "white lies" for the president, according to lawmakers.
School shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz had five more fully loaded magazines, one of which was marked with a swastika, sources tell NBC News.
Democrats release redacted version of a 10-page rebuttal to Republicans' FISA memo.
US Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed new criminal charges on Thursday against President Donald Trump's ex-campaign aides Paul Manafort and Rick Gates that include bank and tax fraud, stepping up pressure in a legal battle that started last year.
The ex-Trump campaign manager paid former European politicians more than 2 million euros to lobby for Ukraine, according to a new indictment.
Criminologist also blames American myth of "armed lawbringer" and patchwork approach nationally, with data on mental health or previous convictions often unavailable for background checks.
No serious injuries were reported among the Republican members of Congress on the train, who were on their way to an annual retreat in West Virginia.