Neave Barker

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."

Europe

Northern Ireland prepares for worst-case Brexit scenario

Many fear the return of a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, which is in the EU.

Northern Ireland prepares for worst-case Brexit scenario

Europe

Jaguar Land Rover announces 4,500 job cuts

JLR cites slump in demand for diesel cars, sales slowdown in China and concerns over Brexit as reasons.

Jaguar Land Rover announces 4,500 job cuts

Europe

Cancer-detecting breath test being trialled in UK

The device is designed to pick up early signs of the disease quickly and painlessly, could save thousands of lives.

Cancer-detecting breath test being trialled in UK

United Kingdom

Micro-chipping workers: UK firms consider human implants

Would you have a tracker in your wrist? How many are choosing to have microchip implants?

Micro-chipping workers: UK firms consider human implants

Europe

How Russia-Belarus ties evolved over the years

A look at how the neighbours' relations changed in recent years with trade and Belarus' sovereignty under the spotlight.

How Russia-Belarus ties evolved over the years

Europe

UK public frustration grows over Brexit crisis

A growing number of people who voted to leave EU worried as PM May faces no-confidence vote brought by her own party.

UK public frustration grows over Brexit crisis

Poland

COP24: Solar geoengineering may help limit global warming

Scientists suggest there is high agreement that injection of chemicals into the stratosphere could help limit global warming.

COP24: Solar geoengineering may help limit global warming

Netherlands

Singapore's vertical village wins world architecture prize

The vertical village is an architectural attempt to create a community of senior citizens who live in a social housing.

Singapore's vertical village wins world architecture prize

Europe

Amsterdam offers World Architecture Festival form and function

The Dutch capital, host to the 2018 World Architecture Festival, is known for its architectural treasures ranging from windmills to its more modern buildings.

Amsterdam offers World Architecture Festival form and function

Europe

Scientists redefine the value of a kilogramme

The International General Conference on Weights and Measurements has gathered to vote on redefining a vital calculation.

Scientists redefine the value of a kilogramme

Asia

Bhutan may compromise its forests to pay national debt

As the world's greenest country slowly embraces the modern lifestyle, keeping it this way is a huge challenge.

Bhutan may compromise its forests to pay national debt

Asia

Bhutan: What it means to be happy in the 'happiest country'

We are in the birthplace of 'gross national happiness' to find out how does a country measure happiness.

Bhutan: What it means to be happy in the 'happiest country'