Good Morning Europe
Italian politics and national issues tend to be the predominant stories in Italian daily newspapers, rather than a focus on international concerns.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is gunning for a second term having campaigned strongly on his national security record following a flare up in tensions with Pakistan.
Retailers and consumers could be hit with an all important ingredient
Hong Kong forges ahead with new extradition law despite opposition
Amelie de Montchalin named new French European affairs minister
state of the union
In the member states, polls suggest that many more people consider the vote important than did five years ago.And people care about the issues. What are the issues? Well, that depends on the country.
Allowing the Brexit process to take longer may damage UK business
New Zealand PM announces royal commission inquiry into Christchurch attack
Britain's financial sector has gloomiest outlook since 2008 crisis - survey
The UK would still face the biggest income loss: €57 billion per year.
Dutch government stands to lose Senate majority - exit poll
Damages will be decided in the next phase of the trial.
Italy's La Scala returns Saudi cash over human rights concerns
EU adds UAE, Bermuda to expanded tax haven blacklist
Ethiopia crash: Boeing 737 MAX back in spotlight after second fatal accident
European shares pull back ahead of ECB meeting
Italy's Ministry of Economy and Finances is criticised after posting an announcement on its website asking for consultants who are willing to work for free.
FTSE inches up as tobacco stocks gain
Asia stocks tentative as Wall Street advance stalls, dollar firm
World stocks stall but dollar strengthens as China cuts growth target