Sonia Gallego

Sonia Gallego

Europe

Prosecutors investigate Macron aide

French president's security officer probed after he's filmed hitting and stomping a demonstrator.

Prosecutors investigate Macron aide

Europe

Trump in the UK: Thousands protest for second day

While crowds in Scotland protested US President Trump’s presence there, a far-right demonstration in London came out in his support.

Trump in the UK: Thousands protest for second day

Europe

UK police suspect Novichok death linked to attack on Skripals

Police are working on the theory that the latest victims handled the container used to carry the nerve agent that poisoned Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

UK police suspect Novichok death linked to attack on Skripals

United Kingdom

UK nerve agent incident: Novichok found in poisoned couple

The same nerve agent that nearly killed former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, almost killed another couple in Amesbury.

UK nerve agent incident: Novichok found in poisoned couple

Politics

Chemical weapons watchdog OPCW holds emergency conference

The world's chemical weapons watchdog is about to open its special conference at the Hague.

Chemical weapons watchdog OPCW holds emergency conference

Europe

New Italy government wins crucial confidence vote

The new Italian anti-establishment government has won its first trust vote in the upper house Senate after Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte had presented his coalition's agenda of tax cuts and higher welfare spending.

New Italy government wins crucial confidence vote

Europe

Ostia: The Italian town torn by mafia violence

A town near Rome, hit hard by poverty and rise of organised crime, has come under the spotlight with Pope Francis' visit.

Ostia: The Italian town torn by mafia violence

Europe

Matteo Salvini: Italy and Sicily cannot be Europe's refugee camp

Italian interior minister, known for his anti-immigrant stance, has promised to reduce arrivals of refugees and increase expulsions.

Matteo Salvini: Italy and Sicily cannot be Europe's refugee camp

Europe

Families take EU to court over climate change

'People's Climate Case' launched by eight families from different countries is first to be brought against EU.

Families take EU to court over climate change

Europe

A scientist to use assisted suicide to end life in Switzerland

An elderly English-born Australian man who wishes to end his own life, but was denied state assistance because he is not terminally ill.

A scientist to use assisted suicide to end life in Switzerland

Europe

Windrush protesters march against deportation policy

Members of the Windrush generation called for the end of the 'hostile environment' deportation policy at a rally outside Downing Street.

Windrush protesters march against deportation policy

Europe

Europe: Heavy snow continues, storms set to collide

Authorities have issued another red alert - meaning a risk to life. The death toll is above 40 and the latest is a seven-year-old girl in Cornwall.

Europe: Heavy snow continues, storms set to collide