Czechs and Slovaks mark 50 years since Soviet tanks crushed the "Prague Spring", while protesters use anniversary to rail against Czech government's ties to the Communist Party.
New British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt urges the US and European countries to do more to call out Russia's "malign behavior" and keep it in check, notably by implementing sanctions.
Under the framework of further debt relief, Athens was given a 10-year extension on its loans and a deferral on repayment of interest and principle.
After years of stinging austerity measures, Greece emerges from its third and last bailout, although officials warn the country still has a "long way to go".
Germany's economy minister lashes out at US President Trump, slamming his global trade rows and efforts to "dictate" Europe's dealings with Iran through renewed US sanctions.
Berlin has concluded a deal with Madrid for Spain to take back migrants registered by Spanish authorities, as Germany seeks to curb new arrivals.
Greece has received the final 15-billion-euro payment from its eight-year bailout programme in what creditors hailed as proof that tough austerity measures were "paying off".
Germany's interior minister is pressing ahead with controversial plans to hold asylum seekers in centres until their right to stay is determined.