Neave Barker

"Neave Barker is Al Jazeera's correspondent based in Moscow. He has reported extensively across Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and beyond. During the Russia-Georgia conflict of August 2008, Neave provided up-to-the minute analysis of diplomatic developments from the Russian capital. He has interviewed a range of key figures on a number of defining issues, including Hans Blix, the former UN weapons inspector; Marti Ahtisaari, the UN special envoy to Kosovo; and the prime ministers of Hungary and Russia. He was short-listed for an International Broadcasters Association Award for his work on Moscow's homeless."


Annual Northern Ireland Unionists march stirs tension

It is one of the most divisive days in Northern Ireland's calendar, when Unionists celebrate their Protestant heritage.


N Ireland extends deadline for Good Friday peace agreement

Talks to restore power-sharing in Northern Ireland have been extended after political parties failed to reach a deal before the allotted deadline.


Brexit : UK's May meets EU leaders

Key issue is the status of European citizens living in the UK after Brexit, and so far the proposal from the British government has garnered a mixed response.


Brexit: UK, EU launch negotiations in Brussels

Britain and the European Union have started formal negotiations over how the UK will leave the bloc and the consequences of the move.


London tower fire: Protesters storm town hall

Anger is rife after a fire engulfed a London tower block, killing dozens. Some people living near the tower stormed the local town hall on Friday to demand answers. Al Jazeera’s Neave Barker from London.


UK general election: Theresa May 'dead woman walking'

It's been three days since the UK general election. But there's still no majority government in power, and a coalition deal is still being worked on.


UK elections see an increase in youth turning out to vote

Young people in the UK are most concerned about Brexit and the rising cost of living, so they turned out in record numbers to make their voices heard.


Ireland could elect its first gay prime minister

Ireland could soon have its first openly gay prime minister. Leo Varadkar, the son of an Indian immigrant, is the favourite to win a ruling party vote.

United Kingdom

UK holds minute of silence for Manchester attack victims

Britain fell silent for a minute to remember the victims of an attack in Manchester that killed at least 22 and seriously wounded dozens.


Mancunians stage vigil after Manchester Arena attack

Tens of thousands of people in Manchester have rallied in a show of unity after a suicide bombing at a music concert left 22 people dead and dozens wounded.

Manchester Bombing

UK police: Suicide bomber behind deadly Manchester attack

UK police on Tuesday raised the death toll in an apparent suicide bomb blast at an Ariana Grande concert attended by thousands of young fans in Manchester, northern England, to at least 22 people.


EU future tops agenda as Germany's Merkel hosts France's Macron

Emmanuel Macron is set to visit Berlin on his first day as France's president to hold talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.