The mourners for Roman Ratushnyi, 24, included friends who had protested with him during months of demonstrations that toppled Ukraine's pro-Russia leader in 2014 and who, like him, defended Ukraine after Moscow's invasion.
Hundreds of suitcases were piled high at Heathrow Airport on Friday after Terminal 2 reportedly had an issue with its baggage system. Staff created a sea of luggage as many people were forced to travel without their belongings and told they might not get them for up to two days.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday went on a walkabout through Kyiv with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Zelenskyy gave Johnson a tour of a monastery where they lit candles and the British leader received an icon.
This week, European leaders meet with Zelenskyy in the Kyiv, people strip off to go to the beach near Gaza or fight for their rights on bikes in London, and what if coping with climate change means turning to snack insects? No agenda, no slant. Get the picture without the commentary.
A blanket of hot air stretching from the Mediterranean to the North Sea was bringing much of Western Europe its first heat wave of the summer, with temperatures exceeding 30 degrees Celsius on Friday from London to Paris, Madrid and Rome.
Documenta, one of the world's biggest art fairs, opens this week under a cloud of controversy. The exhibition, which turns the sleepy German city of Kassel into the centre of the art world once every five year.
Spiderman would feel right at home. A park in Romania is offering visitors tours through an upside down house. It has a 7 degree incline, and everything from chess boards to the kitchen sink are hanging from the ceiling.
Shelling in Ukraine on Thursday damaged several buildings and civilian infrastructure at a town on the outskirts of Kharkiv. A five-meter-deep shell crater was left at the site. Mine and unexploded rocket clearance is being carried out meticulously.