Climate SOS

EU's ambitious 2050 climate goal relegated to a footnote

Activists hoped EU leaders would make a decisive move on climate change at the summit following large-scale protests.

EU's ambitious 2050 climate goal relegated to a footnote

Inside Story

Who will be Britain's next prime minister?

Brexit is the main issue as candidates battle to lead the UK's Conservative Party.

Brexit

British PM rivals clash over Brexit strategy

Taking aim at frontrunner Boris Johnson, British prime minister hopefuls debate how to deliver Brexit.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Ilir Meta: Decision to cancel Albania polls 'cannot be contested'

Albania's president defends his position to cancel elections as parliament begins a process to remove him.

Ilir Meta: Decision to cancel Albania polls 'cannot be contested'

Talk to Al Jazeera

PM Edi Rama: Albania is Europe's bleeding organ

Prime Minister Edi Rama discusses Albania's political crisis and why he thinks the country is not ready to join the EU.

Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong shuts government offices due to mass protests

Hong Kong leader slams protesters for 'blatant riot' as authorities insist they will push ahead with extradition bill.

Hong Kong shuts government offices due to mass protests

AJ Impact

Italy's Salvini confident about EU budget deal on debt

Deputy PM says he 'doesn't want fight with EU', but Rome faces uphill battle in paying its bills.

Italy's Salvini confident about EU budget deal on debt

Europe

Brexit Party vote loss a warning to UK Conservatives

Brexit Party failed to win any seat in parliament, but did beat governing Tories into third place in by-election.

Peterborough sends chilling message to UK Conservatives

AJ Impact

Salvini dismisses EU debt warning, promising to cut taxes anyway

Italy's debt is more than 130 percent of total economic output, way above the EU's 60-percent limit.

Salvini dismisses EU debt warning, promising to cut taxes anyway

Witness

Patriotic Highway: A Tale of Justice and Corruption in Kosovo

A Swedish judge in Kosovo takes on EULEX's largest corruption case and fights to keep politics out of her courtroom.

Venezuela

Lima Group, EU urge active global support of Venezuela's Guaido

International community needs to play more active role in supporting 'prompt return to democracy', their statement says.

Lima Group, EU urge active global support of Venezuela's Guaido

European Elections 2019

Europe's splintering union

A new European Parliament is ready to be sworn in, and it is as divided as its 28 member states.

Europe's splintering union

Hungary

Hungary reverses reforms after EU failure

Budapest does a U-turn on judicial reform as centrists keep hold of European Parliament.

Hungary scraps parallel justice system plans after EU failure

Opinion

EU elections: What happened in Eastern Europe?

Did Eastern Europeans vote differently than their western neighbours?

Dimitar Bechev

by Dimitar Bechev

Dimitar Bechev

Turkey

EU says Turkey 'backsliding' on democracy, Ankara disagrees

EU Commission report finds Ankara moving 'further away' from European Union, but Turkey says it is 'a part of Europe'.

EU says Turkey 'backsliding' on democracy, Ankara disagrees