Liverpool

Mohamed Salah sets Premier League scoring record

Salah scored for the sixth successive game in all competitions and is level with Harry Kane, scoring 23 this season

Mohamed Salah sets Premier League scoring record

Europe

Kosovo: Controversy over future of Trepca mining firm

Kosovo's prime minister seeks to revive the Trepca mining complex in an effort to fight youth unemployment.

Europe

Italy elections: Rival rallies spark tensions ahead of vote

Thousands of police have been deployed for protests in Rome, Milan and other Italian cities tasked with preventing clashes between anti-fascist and far-right protesters during an election campaign that has increasingly been marred by violence.

Ukraine

'If you have HIV, you deserve it. That's the mentality'

Shunned by relatives, doctors and the community, Ukrainian women struggle to survive and protect their children.

Women with HIV abused by partners, rejected by society

Europe

UK knife crime takes toll on black teenagers

Young black and ethnic teenage boys 'disproportionately' affected as both victims and perpetrators in London.

Russia

Fatherland day: 100 years since Red Army was founded

Although, 100 years later, it is no longer known as the 'Red Army', the Russian military has re-emerged as a counterpoint to the US and NATO.

Arts & Culture

'Depressing': Gucci's turban fashion show angers Sikhs

Luxury Italian designer sent white models down catwalk at Milan fashion week wearing religious headpiece.

Gucci accused of culturally appropriating Sikh turban

Opinion

To stop climate change, we need to open borders

By tearing down the walls that separate the causes and consequences of climate change we can force constructive action.

Jason Hickel

by Jason Hickel

Jason Hickel

Arts & Culture

Berlin Film Festival: what happens to refugees' hopes?

What happens when a refugee's fears and dreams of a better future turn into something else? This is what films at this years BFF are taking a look at.

UpFront

Russia and the US: Who is undermining democracy?

Former top CIA agent John Sipher talks election meddling, and we debate Russia's upcoming presidential election.

Russia and the US: Who is undermining democracy?

Turkey

Turkey slams Dutch 'Armenian genocide' vote

Ankara dismisses Dutch parliament's overwhelming majority vote to recognise World War I killings as a genocide.

Turkey slams Dutch 'Armenian genocide' vote

France

French court orders Tariq Ramadan to stay in prison

A Paris court has ordered the continued detention of Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan, who faces preliminary rape charges.

French court orders Tariq Ramadan to stay in prison

Poverty & Development

Cold, hungry, jobless: The Greeks begging for bread

Like 20 percent of Greeks, Iliodoros and Ioanna Filios cannot find work in the country's austerity-ravaged economy.

Begging for bread: A Greek family under austerity

Human Rights

Week in pictures: From Syria's war to the Winter Olympics

A photo roundup of some of last week's events, including US protests against gun violence and Indonesia volcano eruption

Week in pictures: From Syria's war to the Winter Olympics

Italy

Six things you need to know about Italy's election

Set for March 4, the elections are billed as a test for right-wing populism and increasing anxiety over migration.

Six things you need to know about Italy's election