Europe

UK jails ISIL supporter for life for plotting attack in London

Shaikh was planning a bomb attack at London's St Paul's Cathedral, a nearby hotel and an underground train station.

UK jails ISIL supporter for life for plotting attack in London

Europe

European police crack encrypted network, probe leads to arrests

A massive cross-border investigation started when French police hacked into a highly encrypted messaging platform.

Europe

Germany puts Syrian woman on trial over ISIL marriages

A 30-year-old German-Syrian woman faces up to 10 years in prison for allegedly arranging marriages for ISIL.

Germany puts Syrian woman on trial over ISIL marriages

Europe

Jean Castex named French PM after Edouard Philippe resignation

The French president has tasked Jean Castex with forming a new government after Philippe's resignation, the Elysee says.

Jean Castex named French PM after Edouard Philippe resignation

Europe

France rejects new probe into killing of Rwanda's Habyarimana

The appeals court in Paris rejects a request to reopen a probe into the 1994 assassination of Rwanda's president.

France rejects new probe into killing of Rwanda's Habyarimana

Europe

UK's Prince Andrew 'bewildered' by US claims over Epstein probe

Queen Elizabeth II's second son is 'bewildered' by claims he is shying away from probe into sex trafficking of minors.

UK's Prince Andrew 'bewildered' by US claims over Epstein probe

Coronavirus pandemic

Brazil coronavirus death toll passes 60,000: Live updates

Brazil registered 1,038 deaths in the past 24 hours as the pandemic worsens in country with second-highest fatalities.

Brazil coronavirus death toll passes 60,000: Live updates

Italy

Hague court says Italy has jurisdiction in 2012 Indian shooting

Arbitration court says New Delhi must halt prosecution of two marines who have immunity from Indian prosecution.

Hague court says Italy has jurisdiction in 2012 Indian shooting

Inside Story

Will Hagia Sophia become a mosque again?

Istanbul's emblematic landmark is at the heart of legal battle.

AJ Impact

Post-Brexit: Exports to NI from UK will need new customs papers

Companies will have to file import declarations and safety and security declarations in advance, Bloomberg reports.

Post-Brexit: Exports to NI from UK will need new customs papers

AJ Impact

Ukraine's central bank chief resigns in protest, IMF concerned

IMF calls on Ukraine to keep its central bank independent after Governor Yakiv Smoliy quits over 'political pressure'.

Ukraine's central bank chief resigns in protest, IMF concerned

Sweden

Iran agrees to compensate downed plane victims' families: Sweden

Sweden's foreign minister says Tehran agreed to compensate the families of the foreign victims of the shot down plane.

Iran agrees to compensate downed plane victims' families: Sweden

Europe

EU court faults France over asylum seekers sleeping rough

The EU's rights court orders France to pay fines up to $13,970 to each of the three 'victims of a degrading treatment'.

EU court faults France over asylum seekers sleeping rough

Europe

Wales keeps strict lockdown measures as England reopens

Despite low COVID-19 rates, Wales says harsher restrictions will remain in place because they are working.

Europe

Russians clear way for Putin to extend his rule until 2036

Final results of the referendum on constitutional changes show a landslide victory for Russia's president.

Russians clear way for Putin to extend his rule until 2036