Italy

Italy's pro-refugee mayor arrested

Domenico Lucano, known internationally for promoting migrant integration, charged with 'aiding illegal migration'.

Italy's pro-refugee mayor Domenico Lucano arrested

Italy

Hurricane Florence aftermath: Coal ash contamination unavoidable

Other than dead fish, toxic coal ash pits are scattered across North and South Carolina.

Weather

What and where is a 'medicane'

Libya, Italy, Malta, Greece and Turkey will all feel the effects of this sub-tropical cyclone over the next three days.

What and where is a 'medicane'

Italy

Italy's Muslims uneasy after election of far-right government

Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has threatened to shut mosques and said Islam is 'incompatible with the constitution'.

Italy's Muslims uneasy after election of far-right government

Refugees

'A rescue ship is not a place to process asylum claims'

NGOs reject Italian and Austrian suggestion for screenings at sea amid Europe's increasingly hardline refugee policy.

Proposal for rapid screenings of refugees at sea draws fire

Italy

Italy's anti-migrant decree 'another repressive policy'

Security bill dubbed the 'Salvini decree' makes it easier to expel migrants and strip their citizenship.

Italian government adopts hardline anti-migrant decree

Europe

NGOs: Refugee rescue ship loses license after pressure from Italy

Charities lash out at Italy after Panama revokes registration of the Aquarius search and rescue vessel.

NGOs: Refugee rescue ship loses license after pressure from Italy

Europe

Renzo Piano retrospective to launch in London

Al Jazeera talks to Renzo Piano, one of the world’s greatest architects with landmark buildings around the world.

Middle East

Italian foreign minister meets Haftar in eastern Libya

Italy, which supports the UN-backed government in Tripoli, holds talks with renegade general ahead of the planned polls.

Libya: Italian foreign minister meets Haftar in Benghazi

Middle East

100 die, including 20 children, as boats sink off Libya

Fatalities, including at least 20 children, drowned after one boat's engine failed and other vessel began to deflate.

Over 100 drowned in shipwrecks off Libya in early September

Libya

Q&A: What's next for Libya?

Middle East scholar Jalel Harchaoui discusses the challenges hampering efforts to achieve political transition in Libya.

Q&A: What's next for Libya?

Europe

Venice film festival: Netflix to show own productions

The online streaming giant has faced mixed a mixed reception in the world of filmmakers.

Europe

Documentaries under Venice Film Festival spotlight

Effects of ISIL’s ideology in Iraq and Khmer Rouge in Cambodia generated much interest in the festival that usually attracts people with movie premieres and big names.

Italy

Venice Film Festival: Organisers sign gender parity pledge

The Venice film festival has followed in the footsteps of Cannes and signed a gender parity pledge.

Opinion

How can Libya be stabilised?

Efforts to stabilise the situation in Libya should start with curbing foreign interference in the country.

Guma El-Gamaty

by Guma El-Gamaty

Guma El-Gamaty