AFP Europe News Agenda

What's happening in Europe on Monday:

+ Investigations after Italy coach crash kills dozens

+ Mourners gather to remember Spain crash dead

+ Enquiries continue into Cannes diamond heist

AVELLINO, Italy: Investigations after a coach carrying pilgrims, including children, plunges off a motorway flyover in southern Italy, killing at least 36 people, in one of the worst such accidents in Europe in recent years. Picture. Video. Graphics. (ITALY-ROAD-TRANSPORT-ACCIDENT)

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain: Mourners gather for a memorial service dedicated to victims of a train derailment at Santiago de Compostela cathedral, after the driver was charged with 79 counts of reckless homicide. Picture. Graphic. Video. Videographics (SPAIN-RAIL-TRANSPORT-ACCIDENT)

CANNES, France: Police investigate after an armed robber stole jewels with an estimated value of 40 million euros ($53 million) in a brazen heist at a diamond exhibition conducted in broad daylight. Photo. Video. (FRANCE-CRIME-JEWELS)


ATHENS: Visit of Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta, who is expected to meet his Greek counterpart Antonis Samaras at 0900 GMT after a speech at the offices of the European Parliament in Athens. Photo. (GREECE-ITALY-DEBT-FINANCE-EU)

KIEV: The European Parliament's special envoys, Pat Cox and Aleksander Kwasniewski, arrive in Ukraine on a three-day mission expected to include a meeting with jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko. (UKRAINE-EU-POLITICS-DIPLOMACY)

PARIS: French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius meets his counterpart from the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahayan, at 1500 GMT. (FRANCE-UAE-DIPLOMACY)

SOFIA, Bulgaria: Anti-government protests continue for the 46th consecutive day as citizens protest corruption and poor handling of the economy. (BULGARIA-PROTEST-POLITICS-ECONOMY)