The New York Times (Europe)

At ‘Slave Play’ in London, a ‘Black Out’ Night Emerges From Controversy
What We Know About the Global Outage
Germany Promised to Step Up Militarily. Its Budget Says Differently.
E.C.B. Leaves Rates Unchanged but Keeps Door Open for September
Why Levan Akin Won’t Show His New Movie ‘Crossing’ in Georgia
Marine Tondelier, the ‘Other Marine’ of French Politics, Hits Back
Pompeii Wrecked by Earthquake at Same Time as Vesuvius Eruption, Research Shows
U.K. Climate Change Committee Urges Speed in Cutting Emissions
Amazon Workers Narrowly Reject Union Drive at British Warehouse
To Revitalize Britain’s Economy, a Plan for a Stronger Government Role
Pushing Quick End to Ukraine War, Orban Plays Trump’s Messenger to E.U.
Dysfunction Sidelines Ukraine’s Parliament as Governing Force
Masha Gessen Sentenced in Absentia by Russian Court to 8 Years in Prison
An Insider’s Guide to the Most Mouthwatering Bakeries in Paris
Burberry Replaces C.E.O. Amid ‘Disappointing’ Results
A Family Tour of Crete and Athens
Catherine, Princess of Wales, in Purple, Is a Wimbledon Winner
France’s Army Is Singing for Ukraine
Russia Places Yulia Navalnaya on Extremist List
After French Election, Voters Are Resigned to Cost-of-Living Crisis
Germany to Strip Huawei From Its 5G Networks
Russia Vows ‘Military Response’ to U.S. Missile Deployments in Germany
Apple Settles E.U. Case by Opening Its Payment Service to Rivals
Centuries of Avalanches Are Stored in Tree Rings
The Stunning Lavender Bloom of Central Spain
Britain Has Huge Clean Energy Ambitions, but Are They Realistic?
Ariane 6 Launch: Watch the First Flight of Europe’s New Rocket
France Reacts to Runoff Election Results
Lausanne, Where the Olympics Never End
Farage and the Future of the U.K.’s Conservative Party
France’s Snap Election Enters Its Final Hours
As the E.V. Revolution Slows, Ferrari Enters the Race
Rachel Reeves, Britain’s First Female Chancellor, Turns to Janet Yellen for Inspiration
Inside the Factory Turning Trash Into Olympic Podiums
Paal Enger, Who Stole Munch’s ‘The Scream,’ Is Dead at 57
Who Is Rachel Reeves, the Woman Taking the Helm of the U.K.’s Economy?
Britain’s New Prime Minister Has Just Hours to Prepare
Antikythera Mechanism’s Purpose Is Studied Using Cosmic Research Tool
Taking a D.I.Y. Version of the Orient Express
UK Election Night: When to Expect Results and What Comes Next
Israeli Air Base Is Linked to GPS ‘Spoofing’ Attacks
The Bleak, Nihilistic Show Russians Can’t Stop Watching
Economists Worry About Fiscal Plans of Macron’s Rivals: What to Know
The Center Collapses in France, Leaving Macron Marooned
Meta’s Ad-Free Subscription Violates Competition Law, E.U. Says
Ismail Kadare Dies at 88; Novels Brought Albania’s Plight to the World
Overlooked No More: Otto Lucas, ‘God in the Hat World’
She Wants to Save the Arts in Britain (if She Can Get Elected)
Princess Anne Returns Home From the Hospital
Exploring Lanzarote, a Growing LGBTQ Destination in the Canary Islands
Napoleon’s Loot: When the World Decided Stolen Art Should Go Back
AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile Users Hit by Service Outage in Europe
ISS Astronauts Take Shelter After Russian Satellite Breaks Up In Space
Margot Friedländer, 102-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor, Gets a Vogue Cover
Black-Clad Ultras Are a Fixture at Euro 2024
Off to Norway, With Three A.I. Travel Assistants
Eric Hazan, Publisher and Historian on France’s Left, Dies at 87
Volkswagen Will Invest Up to $5 Billion in Rivian
Microsoft Teams Bundle Hit With E.U. Antitrust Charges
An Island-to-Island Yacht Cruise in Croatia
Apple’s App Store Policies Charged Under New E.U. Competition Law
An Odd Rock in a Box Gets Linked to a Shooting Star That Fell 54 Years Ago
Celebrating the Solstice at Stonehenge
Anthony O’Reilly, Flashy Irish Tycoon Who Led Heinz Company, Dies at 88
A Rubens Returns to a German Castle, 80 Years After It Was Stolen
How Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Might Affect Europe’s Economy
French Business Leaders See Threat to Economy From Macron’s Opponents
Climate Protesters Arrested After Spraying Stonehenge With Orange Paint
Clearing a Final Hurdle, Dutch Leader Is Poised to Become NATO Chief
European Sanctions Target Russian Liquefied Natural Gas for First Time
Bank of England Holds Rates Steady, Despite Slower Inflation
France Warned by E.U. About ‘Excessive’ Deficit
Dozens Die as Intense Heat Grips Mecca During Hajj Pilgrimage
How Britain’s Economy Became So Stagnant
In North Macedonia, Disputes Over History Extend to Statues
The Sisters Who Turned a Sondheim Flop Into a Tony Winner
How to Make Thrilling Theater About Climate Change Negotiations
Biking Through Southern France, and History
Record Number of NATO Allies Hit Military Spending Targets
More Than 80 Nations Back Talks to Ease Path to Peace in Ukraine
Deadly Toll in Greece as Heat Waves Sweep the Country
On Bloomsday, Celebrating ‘Ulysses’ and Female Creativity
Ben Vautier, Artist Whose Specialty Was Provocation, Dies at 88
Catherine Reappears, in White
Henry VIII and Katherine Parr, Who Survived Him, Are the Focus of ‘Firebrand’
French Stocks Tumble to Worst Week in Two Years Over Election Fears
$29 Trillion: That’s How Much Debt Emerging Nations Are Facing
Françoise Hardy, Moody French Pop Star, Dies at 80
What to Know About the G7 Summit in Italy
Tesla’s Nordic Shareholders Seek to Promote Workers’ Rights in Vote
What to Know About Europe’s Extra Tariffs on Chinese Electric Cars
E.U. Hits Electric Vehicles From China With Higher Tariffs
Macron’s Call for Elections in France Adds to Fears of Financial Woes
Mistral, a French A.I. Start-Up, Is Valued at $6.2 Billion
When Vienna’s Opera Tradition Got Too Traditional, They Stepped In
Is Serifos the Perfect Greek Island?
No One Told the Cows Not to Lick the Artwork
France’s Snap Parliamentary Elections: What to Know
Strasbourg for Book Lovers
European Parliament Elections: Key Takeaways