Ylenia Gostoli

Ylenia Gostoli

Ylenia Gostoli is a journalist and senior online producer at Al Jazeera English based in London. She previously worked as a freelancer from Rome and the occupied Palestinian Territories.

Europe

Grenfell fire: Two years on, families still wait for answers

Families and survivors are still awaiting justice as inquiry into fire that killed 72 people in London keeps slow pace.

Grenfell fire: Two years on, families still wait for answers

Europe

Europe fights the 'Uberisation' of cocaine trade

Purity is at its highest in years, as competition between dealers leads to innovations in cocaine trade, EU agency says.

Europe fights the 'Uberisation' of cocaine trade

European Elections 2019

Brexit Britain set to wield little influence in new-look Europe

Far-right MEPs want British representatives to join their ranks, but Brexiters have little interest or influence.

Brexit Britain set to wield little influence in new-look Europe

European Elections 2019

Divisions among leaders as EU's 'Game of Thrones' begins

European Union leaders hold informal talks in Brussels as they start process to decide who should fill bloc's top jobs.

Divisions among leaders as EU's 'Game of Thrones' begins

European Elections 2019

Where do the elections leave Europe's nationalists?

Right-wing parties performed strongly, but not as well as expected and parliamentary majorities are not guaranteed.

Where do the elections leave Europe's nationalists?

European Elections 2019

EU elections produce fragmented parliament amid high turnout

Centre right and centre left lose European Parliament seats to Greens and Liberals while Eurosceptic parties make gains.

EU elections produce fragmented parliament amid high turnout

European Elections 2019

European Parliament elections: High turnout and a changed chamber

The election has been portrayed as a battle between the pro-European establishment and its Eurosceptic challengers.

European Parliament elections: High turnout and a changed chamber

Roma

The Romanian Roma couple in Italy contesting key local elections

The Tomescus are running on a left-wing platform as racism increases after Salvini called for census targeting the Roma.

The Romanian Roma couple in Italy contesting key local elections

European Elections 2019

Voting begins in European elections

This year's polls have generated a level of drama and debate normally reserved for the national stage.

Voting begins in European elections

Europe

As right-wing populism gains, is the left lagging behind?

As European vote nears, left-wing groups criticise the bloc's economic policies and seek sovereignty, but fail to unite.

As right-wing populism gains, is the left lagging behind?

Italy

European far-right populists rally with Matteo Salvini in Milan

Salvini and like-minded politicians spell out their vision for Europe ahead of European Parliament elections.

European far-right populists rally with Matteo Salvini in Milan

Poland

Before European elections, what do Poles think of the EU?

Poles in conservative heartland support EU, but some cite strong national identity when supporting changes to the bloc.

Before European elections, what do Poles think of the EU?