AJ Impact

Tesla drives into Europe with first factory in Germany

The Berlin plant will be Tesla's second outside the US, after unveiling its first Chinese-built cars this week.

Tesla drives into Europe with first factory in Germany

AJ IMPACT

One-month deadline: EU threatens to pull Cambodia's trade perks

Cambodia has been warned that it may lose its EU trade benefits due to its human rights and political freedoms record.

One-month deadline: EU threatens to pull Cambodia's trade perks

Europe

Cocaine treasure hunters warned off French beaches

The tide is high, and so are the locals.

Cocaine treasure hunters warned off French beaches

Europe

Isolated Belarus looks towards Europe despite Russian overtures

A rare trip to an EU nation sees Lukashenko defend his human rights record.

Isolated Belarus looks towards Europe despite Russian overtures

Europe

'Progressive coalition' of Spanish leftists agrees to share power

The deal could keep the centre-right and the resurgent far-right out of power, but still needs other parties' support.

'Progressive coalition' of Spanish leftists agrees to share power

United Kingdom

Cyberattack hits Labour Party ahead of election

Meanwhile, Brexit Party activists are turning on their leader after he unceremoniously dropped 300 candidates.

Cyberattack hits Labour Party ahead of election

AJ Impact

EU court rules on Israeli settlement produce

Israeli settlements stand contrary to international law, and consumers must know a product's provenance, the ECJ rules.

Israeli settlement produce must be correctly labelled: EU court

Europe

Dutch state to appeal order to take back children of ISIL mothers

A court in The Hague said the government must actively help repatriate 56 children living in poor conditions in Syria.

Dutch state to appeal order to take back children of ISIL mothers

AJ Impact

Europe reprieve? Trump reportedly may delay tariffs on EU cars

Trump's mid-November deadline on whether to impose levies on European cars is approaching.

Europe reprieve? Trump reportedly may delay tariffs on EU cars

Opinion

Why Macron's remarks on Bosnia are dangerous

Portrayals of Bosnia as a source of 'Islamic threat' echo anti-Muslim narratives that led to the genocide of the 1990s.

Riada Asimovic Akyol

by Riada Asimovic Akyol

Riada Asimovic Akyol

Opinion

Why French left has a problem with Islamophobia

Recent anti-Islamophobia march in Paris has exposed deep divisions among French leftists on Islam.

Timothy Peace

by Timothy Peace
- Emile Chabal

Timothy Peace

AJ Impact

EU finance ministers urge end of funding for oil, gas and coal

The European Investment Bank president says EU governments are still divided on fossil fuel funding.

EU finance ministers urge end of funding for oil, gas and coal

United Kingdom

Glasgow's slavery profits in the spotlight

Road names dedicated to slave-trade profiteers could be changed as the Scottish city studies its past.

Sign of the times: Glasgow's slavery profits in the spotlight

AJ IMPACT

Greece and China hail strategic partnership

Greece is attempting to be China's gateway to Europe, with Athens offering Beijing plenty of investment opportunities.

Poland

'Great Poland': Thousands attend Independence March

Patriots and hardliners attend annual rally with a focus this year on protecting 'traditional values' and shunning LGBT.

'Great Poland': Thousands attend Independence March in Warsaw