Moscow has been accused by some of playing politics with gas supplies, but there’s a range of factors at work.
Newspapers across Europe are watching the knife-edge results in Germany with a high degree of concern for the country’s – and continent’s – future course.
Switzerland same-sex marriage: Two-thirds of voters back yesSwitzerland same-sex marriage: Two-thirds of voters back yes
Nearly two-thirds have voted yes to the proposal, already law in most of western Europe.
Iceland elects Europe’s first female majority parliamentIceland elects Europe’s first female majority parliament
Iceland becomes the sixth country in the world with a parliament where 50% of seats are held by women.
The United States regain the Ryder Cup and are set to end up beating Europe by a record score at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin.
Consumers face a steep rise in energy bills as governments try to fund the move to renewable energy.
US dominate Europe in first session at Whistling StraitsUS dominate Europe in first session at Whistling Straits
Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia strike first for Europe but the US win three of the four foursomes matches and lead 3-1 after the opening session of the Ryder Cup.
Ryder Cup: Europe’s Ian Poulter ready to face US at Whistling StraitsRyder Cup: Europe’s Ian Poulter ready to face US at Whistling Straits
Ian Poulter says his juices “are flowing” as he prepares to play in his seventh Ryder Cup for Europe against the United States at Whistling Straits.
Aukus: Defence pact an awkward wake-up call for EuropeAukus: Defence pact an awkward wake-up call for Europe
As Australia, the UK and the US seal a security pact, the EU does not quite know where to look.
Solheim Cup 2021: Matilda Castren claims winning point as Europe retain the trophySolheim Cup 2021: Matilda Castren claims winning point as Europe retain the trophy
Matilda Castren claims the crucial 14th point as Europe retain the Solheim Cup against the United States in Ohio.
Modupe Osunkoya enrolled on her third post-graduate degree because she says there are no jobs at home.
August transfer window 2021: When is deadline day around UK & Europe?August transfer window 2021: When is deadline day around UK & Europe?
As the summer transfer window comes to a close, when is deadline day in the UK and Europe?
Europe migrant crisis: More than 500 people rescued off Italian islandEurope migrant crisis: More than 500 people rescued off Italian island
Italian coastguards rescue 539 people from a small fishing boat believed to have set off from Libya.
Kane scores twice as Tottenham go through in EuropeKane scores twice as Tottenham go through in Europe
Harry Kane scores twice on his return to the Tottenham starting line-up as Spurs overturned a first-leg deficit against Pacos de Ferreira to reach the Europa Conference League group stage.
Italy may have registered Europe’s hottest temperature on recordItaly may have registered Europe’s hottest temperature on record
If the registered reading is verified, it will be hottest temperature ever recorded in Europe.
Climate Change: Half US cars to be zero-emission by 2030 – BidenClimate Change: Half US cars to be zero-emission by 2030 – Biden
Cars produce nearly a third of US carbon emissions and sales of electric vehicles lag behind Europe.
Isles of Scilly walrus spotted off Republic of IrelandIsles of Scilly walrus spotted off Republic of Ireland
Wally has been on the islands since June and has travelled thousands of miles around Europe.
The country continues to have the worst drug death rate in Europe, with a further 1,339 people dying last year.
Benin Bronzes: Nigeria dispute jeopardises return of artefactsBenin Bronzes: Nigeria dispute jeopardises return of artefacts
Several museums in Europe have talked of returning the looted artefacts – but where will they be housed in Nigeria?
Europe floods: Residents return home to see damage inflictedEurope floods: Residents return home to see damage inflicted
Resident in Kleivelderweg, deep inside the Dutch disaster zone, find homes and businesses destroyed.
Europe floods: Merkel shocked by ‘surreal’ devastationEurope floods: Merkel shocked by ‘surreal’ devastation
The chancellor vows to fast-track aid after visiting some of the worst-hit areas in western Germany.
Europe floods: Rescuers race to find survivors as hundreds remain missingEurope floods: Rescuers race to find survivors as hundreds remain missing
A senior German politician has been criticised for laughing during a visit to affected areas.
Europe floods: At least 120 dead and hundreds unaccounted forEurope floods: At least 120 dead and hundreds unaccounted for
As many as 1,300 people are still unaccounted for after the worst flooding in decades.
Right to repair movement gains power in US and EuropeRight to repair movement gains power in US and Europe
Lawmakers and advocates want to give consumers more choice when it comes to fixing devices.
Europe migrant crisis: Boat sinks off Tunisia drowning 43Europe migrant crisis: Boat sinks off Tunisia drowning 43
Another 84 migrants were rescued after their boat capsized in a bid to sail from Libya to Europe.
In pictures: 1,000 Dreams to mark World Refugee DayIn pictures: 1,000 Dreams to mark World Refugee Day
Refugees across Europe set out to record the lives of those who have also fled persecution.
Robert Schuman: Pope puts father of modern Europe on sainthood pathRobert Schuman: Pope puts father of modern Europe on sainthood path
The Pope recognises the “heroic virtues” of Robert Schuman, who founded key European institutions.
Rare orchids found in City of London bank’s rooftop gardenRare orchids found in City of London bank’s rooftop garden
Usually seen in southern Europe, the plants have not been found in the wild in the UK for decades.