Europe

'Boris blimp' at London rally as thousands march against Brexit

Anti-Brexit demonstrators protest days before the UK is due to instal a new prime minister.

'Boris blimp' at London rally as thousands march against Brexit

Russia

Thousands rally in Moscow backing barred opposition candidates

At least 10,000 protest authorities' refusal to allow opposition candidates to register for local polls.

Thousands rally in Moscow backing barred opposition candidates

Conservative Party

Who are Britain's Conservatives?

The party is set to decide the next British prime minister as the country braces for withdrawal from the European Union.

Who are Britain's Conservatives?

Europe

Estonia ferry disaster: French court denies compensation claim

The MS Estonia ferry sank in the Baltic sea almost 25 years ago, killing 852 people.

Europe

What's at stake in Ukraine's parliamentary election?

Sunday's vote will determine newly-elected president's tenure as he needs power in legislature to implement his agenda.

What's at stake in Ukraine's parliamentary election?

Podcast

Undercover with white supremacists

Al Jazeera investigated a far-right group in France for a year, exposing violence, racism and surprising ties to a mainstream political party.

Undercover with white supremacists

Kosovo

Kosovo PM resigns before questioning by a Hague-based court

Ramush Haradinaj agreed to questioning by a court probing crimes against ethnic Serbs during and after the 1998-99 war.

Kosovo PM resigns before questioning by a Hague-based court

Europe

Strong earthquake rattles Greece's capital Athens

No serious injuries reported as 5.1 magnitude tremor causes people to run out of buildings and disrupts communication.

Strong earthquake rattles Greece's capital Athens

Europe

Rescue vessel Sea-Watch captain questioned in Italy over migrants

Carola Rackete, who faces up to 15 years in prison, says the new EU Commission should let boat migrants enter Europe.

Rescue vessel Sea-Watch captain questioned in Italy over migrants

Climate SOS

Extinction Rebellion launches London 'tax strike'

Activists ask Londoners to withhold 22 percent of their council tax to protest slow action on 'climate emergency'.

 Extinction Rebellion launches London 'tax strike'

Brexit

UK parliament deals blow to 'no-deal' Brexit

MPs back bid to block suspension of parliament as Brexit crisis rumbles on.

'No-deal' Brexit dealt blow by UK parliament

Morocco

Morocco sentences three to death for killing Scandinavian hikers

Anti-terrorist court hands down maximum penalty to ISIL supporters over the December murder of two Scandinavian women.

Morocco sentences three to death for killing Scandinavian hikers

AJ Impact

UK police vow crackdown on Extinction Rebellion climate protests

Activist group plans major actions in October, as world marks hottest June - and likely July - on record.

UK police vow crackdown on Extinction Rebellion climate protests

Europe

From Ivory Coast to France, refugee tells story in music

Performances at Avignon theatre festival focus on how conflict, violence and poverty force people to leave their homes.

AJ Impact

Argentina freezes Hezbollah assets, 25 years after AMIA attack

Argentina puts financial sanctions on members of Lebanese Islamist group and brands it a 'terrorist' organisation.

Argentina freezes Hezbollah assets, 25 years after AMIA attack