In many parts of Europe, black vultures have died out. However, on the Spanish holiday island of Mallorca the birds of prey have survived -- largely due to the farmers here. Yet more and more farmers are leaving the island's mountainous regions.
The Dutch middle class is worried about its future. For many, the dream of owning their home has turned into a nightmare that threatens the entire country's economy. The fate of indebted citizens has become an election issue.
The highest peak in the Alps is a magnet for tourists. During peak season, as many as 300 people per night set off to scale the majestic summit on the French-Italian border. But many underestimate the risks.
A documentary maker thinks he's got something on Tomas Masaryk, founder of Czechoslovakia and archfoe of the Habsburg monarchy. Was he an illegitimate son of Emperor Franz Joseph? A DNA test may provide answers.
The Romanian government’s attempts to water down anti-graft measures have triggered the biggest protests since the fall of communism. The demonstrators are determined that official corruption should be eliminated.
President Erdogan is accusing his NATO officers of complicity in the failed coup. They've been ordered back to Turkey. Their NATO IDs and diplomatic passports have been revoked. Now, they're seeking asylum in Belgium.
The Brexit vote is widely seen as a working class protest against the political establishment. Struggling parts of the country seized the opportunity to express anger at London. We go to Dagenham to see whether people believe their protest worked.
In Spain's Basque Country, traditional txokos, dinner societies exclusively for men who meet to cook, drink and socialize, are flourishing. Women aren't allowed to become members. They're often denied entry.