Malta

Malta accepts some migrants and refugees from Ocean Viking

NGOs accuse Maltese authorities of 'inhuman and arbitrary discrimination' in leaving some passengers on the ship.

Malta accepts some migrants and refugees from Ocean Viking

AJ Impact

UK's Thomas Cook reportedly in rescue talks with government

The world's oldest travel firm needs $250m to stay afloat as it struggles with debts and intense online competition.

UK's Thomas Cook reportedly in rescue talks with government

Europe

Brexit: Patience wearing thin among Ireland's farmers

Ireland exports 90 percent of all the food it produces, mostly to the UK.

Malta

Family of slain Malta reporter raise concerns over public inquiry

PM Joseph Muscat to meet family of Daphne Caruana Galizia after they protest over composition of appointed board.

Family of slain Malta reporter raise concerns over public inquiry

Football

Football: Roma's online campaign helps find five missing children

Fifth child found after Italian football club shares details of missing youth in videos of transfer announcements.

Football: Roma's online campaign helps find five missing children

Europe

Merkel to deliver Germany's climate plan amid protests

Protesters hit the streets as politicians agree on a mix of emissions trading and higher taxes to tackle climate change.

Merkel to deliver Germany's climate plan amid protests

Climate Change

Climate strike: Almost 100,000 Londoners stage protests

More than 200 demonstrations took place across the UK as workers were actively encouraged to join protesting students.

Climate strike: Almost 100,000 Londoners stage protests

Europe

Moscow frees actor convicted of role in anti-Putin protests

Pavel Ustinov denied he had taken part in opposition protests in Moscow last month.

Moscow frees actor convicted of role in anti-Putin protests

Qatar

UK-Qatar relationship going 'from strength to strength'

British PM Johnson hosts emir of Qatar for talks on strengthening strategic relations.

UK-Qatar relationship going 'from strength to strength'

AJ Impact

Google to invest more than $3bn in European data centres

Tech giant's multibillion-dollar investment will support 13,000 full-time jobs in the EU every year, Google CEO says.

Google to invest more than $3bn in European data centres

AJ Impact

Britain's Thomas Cook scrambles for $250m to avert collapse

Shares in world's oldest holiday company hit record low as competition and high debt levels bite.

Britain's Thomas Cook scrambles for $250m to avert collapse

AJ Impact

Cambodia, facing EU pressure, raises textile workers' wages

The EU has been reviewing Cambodia's trade privileges due to human rights concerns.

Cambodia, facing EU pressure, raises textile workers' wages

AJ IMPACT

EU 'confident' of new Russia-Ukraine gas deal

The current agreement expires in January, and the race is on to consent to a new contract.

EU 'confident' of new Russia-Ukraine gas deal

Europe

Tuam babies: Survivors threaten to sue Irish government

The campaigners think the government is frightened of the damage to the church that a full excavation would do, so they are threatening court action.

AJ Impact

Trading blows: OECD slashes global growth forecast to decade low

Paris-based forum warns world is at risk of a new and lasting low-growth era due to the US-China trade war.

Trading blows: OECD slashes global growth forecast to decade low