East-west tensions break out over sharing migrants

Merkel warns passport-free zone being put at risk

Police officer killed in Kiev clashes

Protesters oppose reforms giving eastern regions more autonomy

Russian law sparks web surveillance fears

New rule requires companies to store data onshore

French socialists attempt show of unity

Polls gloom ahead of regional and presidential elections

Catalans in independence push from Spain

Separatists seek to use regional elections as breakaway mandate

Cameron walks tightrope ahead of EU talks

PM rejects opt-out call on social affairs but is upbeat on deal

An overview of the ‘jungle’, the camp that has grown up alongside the Jules Ferry refugee centre in Calais since it opened in January
©Charlie Bibby

France to build refugee camp in Calais

Site will be like that at Sangatte which was closed 13 years ago

Refugee crisis shows how we have changed

Prewar heroism that rescued thousands of children is all but unthinkable today, writes Martin Sandbu

Spain’s Podemos outlives deflated hubris

Insurgent party still has power to shape the political mainstream, writes José Ignacio Torreblanca

Weak eurozone inflation revives QE debate

Headline inflation remains unchanged at 0.2%

Tsipras rallies Syriza as polls take dive

Surveys reflect voter disappointment ahead of Greek election

A successful Poland braces for change

If it wins power, Law and Justice must govern better than last time

French PM vows deeper economic reform

Manuel Valls pledges revision of labour laws to give more flexibility to employers and wage earners

New age beliefs fail to help Uralsib bank

One of Russia’s top private banks searches for a buyer

EU ministers back tighter rail security

Officials want more checks on travellers after Paris train attack

Migrant tragedies pile pressure on EU

Four children among 71 dead in truck while hundreds drown at sea

Four held as truck death toll rises to 71

International probe gets under way into human trafficking ring

Switzerland avoids recession despite franc

Hoteliers and tourist resorts not faring as poorly as expected

Grim find shakes migrant crisis talks

Up to 50 found dead in truck as German leader begins meeting

Ray of hope descends on war-torn Ukraine

Debt deal offers government opportunity to push through reforms

Tsipras gambles on outright poll victory

With his Syriza party split, many see the Greek prime minister’s optimism as misplaced

Tsipras’s main rivals in Greek poll race

Prime minister faces former allies as well as long-time opponents

Ukraine secures debt restructuring deal

Agreement paves way for $40bn IMF support programme

Erdogan has second shot at one-man rule

Assault on PKK and siege in south-east are naked bid for votes

France should share migration

EU member state divisions are growing unsustainable, writes François Heisbourg