Friends and colleagues gathered to pay their respects to those that were slain in the Polytechnic College attack
As Crimea mourns the death of 20 people at Kerch college, some of the pupils who were there, think there was more than one person involved
The Russian President also linked the rampage, in which at least 20 people were killed, to US school shootings.
At least 19 people have been killed and dozens more injured in a shooting at a technical college in Russian-annexed Crimea.
Here's our afternoon round-up of the key stories from Europe today.
Eighteen-year-old Vladislav Roslyakov has been identified by Russian investigators as the attacker.
The Crimea zoo that lets you get up close and personal with lions
A video released by a Safari Park in Vilnohirsk, Crimea showing the moment a lion got into a car with tourists has gone viral.
"Do not think that you are forgotten." This letter from Canadian writer Yann Martel to Oleg Sentsov is one of many translated from English into Russian by activists and volunteers.
The growing number of political and religious prisoners in Russia is concerning human rights organisations and NGOs in Russia and abroad.
The cousin of Ukrainian prisoner Oleg Sentsov claims he is in “catastrophic” condition, while Russia’s Federal Penitentiary Service denies these claims.
Russia was expelled after its annexation of Crimea in 2014
President Vladimir Putin will hope to keep world's attention on football
Imprisoned filmmaker Oleg Sentsov hopes the international community will use the World Cup in Russia to push President Vladimir Putin for the release of Ukrainians who human rights advocates say are held as political prisoners.
The bridge linking Russia and the Crimean peninsula, annexed by Moscow in 2014, is a source of pride for Vladimir Putin but has brought anger in Ukraine.
The bridge across the Kerch Strait, which will connect the Crimean Peninsula and Krasnodar Region is officially opened.
Russian President Vladimir Putin marked the official opening of a 19km-long bridge connecting mainland Russia with the Crimean Peninsula by driving a truck over it.
Shootout in favela aired live on Brazilian TV sums up lack of progress since military took control of security in Rio last month.
It's after Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 in a referendum branded illegal by Kiev and the West
In its recruitment drive, the Russian Army in Crimea is engaging with kids as young as 12, enthusing them about de-mining and defusing bombs.
Russia ramps up military reinforcements in Crimea, despite economic sanctions being extended last month,
It's the largest exchange of prisoners since conflict broke out in 2014.
Russia gives Crimean Tatar leader eight years jail in, say critics, a travesty of a trial.
The International Court of Justice said Ukraine did not provide enough evidence of Russia's alleged role in the conflict, now in its fourth year.
The conflict between Kyiv and Moscow looks set to enter a new arena after Russia announced its musical entry for this year’s Eurovision song contest.
Looking at Russia over their shoulder leads Sweden to bring back military service