A study of 100,000 European school students paints a picture of teen drug use across the continent.
For some Europeans living in the UK, the government's response to the coronavirus has been enough to make them find a home elsewhere.
Donald Trump's baseless claim to have already won the presidential election drew measured criticism from Europe, although leaders largely kept quiet.
A recent study from the Danish Human Rights Institute reports a worrying number of bigoted attacks since the start of the pandemic.
Governments are using curfews and tough new restrictions to fight against an incoming second wave.
Workers are demanding increased pay and conditions at onshore remote-control rooms that match those of offshore platforms.
Privacy International heralded the ruling as a significant victory for privacy rights and a major blow to security and law enforcement agencies.
Mwazulu Diyabanza has spent the summer of 2020 trying to reclaim African art from museums in Europe.
European regulators are cracking down on Facebook's ability to transfer data across the Atlantic. Now the tech giant is threatening to pull its services from more than 400 million European users.
Skopje in North Macedonia is so polluted that the city stinks in winter. Residents blame decades of government corruption and inaction.
Experts believe it now falls on young people to end Lukashenko's 26-year reign.