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

What the 'pursuit of Assange' means for press freedom

Journalists fear WikiLeaks founder's case could set precedent and harm media's ability to report government wrongdoing.

What the 'pursuit of Assange' means for press freedom

Brexit

The view from London: Brexit delay adds to sense of fatigue

Al Jazeera meets Londoners of low-income neighbourhoods, Lambeth and Barking, which voted remain and leave respectively.

The view from London: Brexit delay adds to sense of fatigue

Brexit

Brexit: May meets EU leaders, will she get another extension?

The British PM due in Brussels for an emergency EU meeting to discuss UK's request to delay Brexit until June 30.

Brexit: May meets EU leaders, will she get another extension?

Italy

New far-right coalition forms before European Parliament vote

The transnational alliance of far-right groups includes parties from Italy, Finland, Germany and Denmark.

New far-right coalition forms before European Parliament vote

United Kingdom

Another tense Brexit week begins: What will happen next?

More non-binding indicative votes and talk of a general election as a 'no-deal' Brexit remains default option.

Another tense Brexit week begins: What will happen next?

Europe

UK Parliament to hold third Brexit vote on Friday

The government will ask MPs to approve only part of the deal that Prime Minister Theresa May negotiated with the EU.

UK Parliament to hold third Brexit vote on Friday

United Kingdom

What are indicative votes and how do they influence Brexit?

Non-binding votes to take place as support slowly grows for Prime Minister Theresa May's EU withdrawal agreement.

What are indicative votes and how do they influence Brexit?

Ireland

On Irish border, anger at Westminster and fears of fresh violence

People living near invisible line separating island lament being used as Brexit bargaining chip.

On Irish border, anger at Westminster and fears of fresh violence

United Kingdom

Mass London protest demands second referendum on Brexit

The march organised by the People's Vote campaign calls for a new poll to end the political deadlock over Brexit.

Mass London protest demands second referendum on Brexit

Child rights

Children's rights could suffer after Brexit, charity warns

Legal issues could arise for children in relation to the EU Settlement Scheme, says Coram Children's Legal Centre.

Children's rights could suffer after Brexit, charity warns

Brexit

Another big Brexit week begins. What's expected?

And why are the European Parliament elections so important?

Another big Brexit week begins. What's expected?

Brexit

The next steps in Brexit's unfolding drama

MPs will vote on Thursday on whether to delay Brexit by extending Article 50, but the decision is not unilateral.

The next steps in Brexit's unfolding drama