Members of Germany's euroskeptic AfD hope they've put a contentious power struggle behind them by electing conservative Frauke Petry their leader. She had previously shared the role with rival Bernd Lucke.
Athens will seal a debt deal regardless of the referendum's results, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has told a German newspaper. He accused his German counterpart of wanting a Grexit over two years ago.
Kyiv originally invited Alexander Kvitashvili of Georgia to come fix Ukraine's corrupt healthcare system. Now the government has unceremoniously thrown him out of office. The ecology minister has been forced out as well.
Migrants from Africa and the Middle East have disrupted a rail tunnel connecting Britain and France as they tried to storm a terminal at Calais. The operators have urged the authorities to resolve the migrant crisis.
Norway may appear to be a rich country, but are oil rich Norwegians living far beyond their means? According to recent figures from the OECD they are, and the problem is particularly rife among young Norwegians.
Some call him a gambler, others a pop star. Greece's Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has had an earful from all corners in recent months. He's tied his political future to the outcome of Sunday's referendum.
Michel Serfaty is used to being called names. The rabbi has spent the past decade targeting Muslims and Jews and doing what he says the state has failed to do: promoting dialogue. Elizabeth Bryant reports from France.
PM Alexis Tsipras led a "No" rally of thousands in Athens as campaigning ended ahead of the referendum on bailout terms from international creditors. There were thousands at the "Yes" campaign rallies too.
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Lauren Frayer joins a search and rescue mission off the Spanish coast to save migrants.
Rob Cameron examines the anti-immigrant sentiment growing in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
A fisherman explains to Connie Agius what it's like grappling with deaths in the Mediterranean.