The Listening Post

Misinformation, lies and media spin: Inside the UK election

From political manipulation to complaints of bias, all eyes are on the media before UK vote. Plus, purpose advertising.

Europe

'Yalla Corbyn': Why some British Arabs support Labour

Anti-war Labour leader attracts some voters with Middle East heritage as Conservatives seen maintaining status quo.

'Yalla Corbyn': Why some British Arabs support Labour

Environment

Greta Thunberg arrives at COP25 to lead Madrid protest

The teenager has become the figurehead of a global movement of climate justice activists.

Thunberg arrives at COP25 to lead mass protest

Europe

Corbyn and Johnson clash in final UK election debate

The two men went head-to-head, six days before the UK goes to the polls.

Johnson and Corbyn clash in final UK election debate

Brexit

Senior UK diplomat quits over government Brexit 'half-truths'

Alexandra Hall Hall slammed the Conservative government in her resignation letter.

Senior UK diplomat quits over government Brexit 'half-truths'

Inside Story

Are Turkey and Greece closer to an armed conflict?

Greece has sent warships to Crete after Turkey and Libya signed a controversial deal dividing the sea.

Iran

Iran nuclear deal stays alive after talks, avoids sanctions blow

The European parties did not trigger a mechanism in the accord that could renew UN sanctions against Iran.

Iran nuclear deal stays alive after talks, avoids sanctions blow

Europe

London Bridge attacker’s dark past in spotlight

Usman Khan, who killed two people and injured several others, had a terrorism conviction and was only released from prison last year.

Germany

Germany's Merkel expresses 'deep shame' during Auschwitz visit

While visiting Holocaust memorial, chancellor pledges to fight rising anti-Semitism and racism in Germany, Europe.

Germany's Merkel expresses 'deep shame' during Auschwitz visit

Europe

Corruption cases pile pressure on Czech PM

Andrej Babis has had a tough year, and it's not over yet.

Corruption cases pile pressure on Czech prime minister

Bosnia

Migrants in Bosnia refuse to move from camp near Croatian border

Bosnian authorities agree to dismantle camp but migrants, eager to reach the EU, are protesting against resettlement.

Migrants in Bosnia refuse to move from camp near Croatian border

Opinion

The dark side of the Nordic model

Scandinavian countries may top every ranking on human development, but they are a disaster for the environment.

Jason Hickel

by Jason Hickel

Jason Hickel

Iran

Europeans, Iran to clash at nuclear talks as deal nears collapse

Europeans will urge Iran to stop violating nuclear deal, but Tehran remains angered by sanctions imposed by Washington.

Europeans, Iran to clash at nuclear talks as deal nears collapse

Myanmar

Rohingya campaigners say won't be 'silenced' by online threats

Ro Nay San Lwin and Maung Zarni tell Al Jazeera they fear for their lives but will not be 'silenced' by online abuse.

Rohingya campaigners say won't be 'silenced' by online threats

Europe

UK election: PM absent from event in his constituency

Opposition Labour Party believes there is a chance of unseating Johnson in his constituency.