Europe

Cannes film festival: Inside the career of Director Mira Nair

Film Director Mira Nair won Cannes festival Camera d'Or prize in 1988, the first Indian filmmaker to win the award.

Theresa May

'Done my best': Theresa May announces resignation

May will step down as Conservative leader on June 7 after weeks of deadlock and chaos surrounding Brexit.

Europe

Iran-US tension highlights EU's subordinate role

The 28-member European Union remains secondary to the United States in geopolitical influence, analysts note.

Iran-US tension highlights EU's subordinate role

Ireland

Ireland votes in divorce referendum

Divorce waiting period set to be cut from four years to two if referendum is agreed by Ireland's voters.

Ireland votes in divorce referendum

Theresa May

How the world is reacting to Theresa May's resignation

While there were mixed reactions from world leaders over May's announcement, there was little sympathy back home.

Europe

Netherlands FM demands international tribunal to try ISIL members

The United Nations has called the crimes committed by ISIL, in both Syria and Iraq, a genocide.

Europe

Was Theresa May's resignation inevitable?

Was Theresa May's resignation inevitable?

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

United Kingdom

What legacy does May leave and what will she do next?

Britain's second female prime minister has announced she will step down on June 7.

Theresa May: Britain's 'insular' prime minister

European Elections 2019

Merkel: No knowledge of nationalist song played at Croatia rally

Critics say German chancellor should confront Croatian HDZ party's 'irredentist' agenda shown at EU election rally.

Merkel: No knowledge of nationalist song played at Croatia rally

Theresa May

Time running out for UK's Theresa May

British prime minister's latest attempt to deliver a Brexit deal has provoked a backlash from within her own party.

Brexit: Time running out for UK's Theresa May

Science & Technology

Automatic facial recognition challenged in UK court

Collecting biometric data such as facial scans in mass surveillance schemes undermines human rights, say activists.

Albania

Albania government denies links to organised crime

Protesters say the government in Tirana has failed to crack down on criminal gangs.

Albania government denies links to organised crime

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

AJ Impact

UK pound investors bailing amid May's Brexit chaos

The British currency is on a record losing streak.

UK pound investors bailing amid May's Brexit chaos