Here's a look at stories The Associated Press plans to cover in Europe on Tuesday, July 18. Questions about coverage plans can be directed to the Europe Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VATICAN-POPE'S HOSPITAL — The former president and ex-treasurer of the Vatican's children's hospital go on trial on charges they diverted nearly a half-million euros (dollars) in donations to "the pope's hospital" to instead pay for extensive renovations on the penthouse apartment of the second most powerful man in the Catholic Church. By Nicole Winfield. Developing from 0800GMT start of hearing.
HUNGARY-ISRAEL — Prime Minister Viktor Orban hosts Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the first such visit since 1989. Press statements at 1015 GMT. By Pablo Gorondi. UPCOMING: 130 words after statements, then updates. Photos, video.
EUROPE-MIGRANTS — As Italians confront the pressure of new migrant arrivals with two distinct and opposite reactions — one faction advocates putting out the welcome mat while the other wants to build barricades — the country's leaders are seeking to puncture Europe's posture of offering moral support without concrete action. By Colleen Barry. UPCOMING: 500 words, photos by 1700 GMT.
POLAND-BRITAIN-ROYALS — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit a World War II Nazi concentration camp and tour the historic Baltic coast city of Gdansk on the second day of their goodwill trip attempting to show that Britain's ties with European Union nations remain friendly despite steps taken by London to leave the club. UPCOMING: Developing from events throughout the day.