The ICJ may help Chagossians to finally return home

An upcoming ICJ decision on the status of the Chagos Islands may upset both the UK and Mauritius.

Constantinos Yiallourides

by Constantinos Yiallourides

Constantinos Yiallourides


Roger Federer: World's number one at 36

Federer had not been ranked best in the world since 2012, but his excellent past 13 months will propel him again to the top

Arts & Culture

Diversity under the spotlight at London Fashion Week

The fashion industry in the UK employs nearly 900,000 people and the 2018 London Fashion Week includes initiatives to protect those working in the almost $42bn business.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Rokhaya Diallo: Race, religion and feminism in France

The French activist talks to Al Jazeera about religion, gender and state-sponsored racism in today's France.


Austria's Freedom Party revokes statements on Muslims

Freedom Party to pay compensation to Muslim Youth Austria for accusing it of 'spearheading Islamist ideologies'.

 Far-right Austrian party revokes statements on Muslims

United Kingdom

Theresa May: 'UK committed to Europe's future security'

Speaking at Munich Security Conference, UK PM calls for continuation of European security cooperation even after Brexit.

Theresa May: 'UK committed to Europe's future security'

Humanitarian crises

Kosovo: Remembering massacre victims and the missing

For destroyed communities, trauma persists 10 years after Kosovo declared independence.

Kosovo: Remembering massacre victims and the missing


Is Europe wielding bureaucracy to deter refugees?

Maria Stavropoulou, who recently stepped down from the Greek Asylum Service, on European bureaucracy.

Europe must process refugees 'more creatively'


2018 MSC: Warnings of looming global conflict

World leaders are attending the second day of the Munich Security Conference in Germany on Saturday.


Italian elections and the crisis of European democracy

The grave state of affairs in Italy ahead of the elections is yet another sign that European democracy is in crisis.

Lorenzo Marsili

by Lorenzo Marsili

Lorenzo Marsili


Berlin Film Festival 2018 opens

The curtain has gone up at the Berlin Film Festival, one of Europe's leading cinema showcases.


Study finds link between processed food and cancer

Those of us who eat highly-processed food are more likely to develop cancer.


Kosovo's 10th anniversary: US calls for war crimes court

US ambassador to Kosovo says it must allow a new war crimes court to investigate alleged atrocities by the Kosovo Liberation Army.


Silent Bombs: Kazakhstan's Polygon Legacy

Decades of nuclear bomb testing by the Soviet Union have left a damaging fallout in Kazakh children generations later.

Inside Story

What can be done to help children in war?

Save the Children says more children are being killed or injured than ever before.