Europe

Family of slain journalist in Malta demands official inquiry

One year from the killing of Malta journalist Daphne Galizia - her family wants an inquiry to find out if the government had a role in her killing.

Greece

Greek official blows whistle on refugee funding costs

Head of government agency that handles refugee services says funding misuse needs to be investigated.

Greek official blows the whistle on refugee costs

Religion

Russian Orthodox Church splits from Constantinople over Ukraine

The Constantinople Patriarchate's recognition of Ukraine's Orthodox Church as independent leads to Russia cutting ties.

Russian Orthodox Church splits from Constantinople over Ukraine

United Arab Emirates

UAE charges British doctoral student with spying

British doctoral student faces UAE trial for 'jeopardising the military, political and economic security of the state'.

UAE charges British academic Matthew Hedges with spying

United Kingdom

UK PM May says Brexit deal still within reach

After negotiations ground again to a halt, this time over Ireland, British civil servants have begun preparing for the country to crash out of the EU without a deal.

Portugal

Cyclone Leslie slams into Portugal

Hurricane Leslie batters Portugal uprooting trees and cutting electricity supplies to 15,000 households.

Cyclone Leslie slams into Portugal

Weather

Flash floods hit southern France, 12 dead

At least 12 dead as overnight torrential rain around Carcassonne sweeps away cars, trees and bridges.

Europe

Ukraine-Hungary row: Dual citizens 'outed' in Ukraine

Why a diplomatic spat over passports between Hungary and Ukraine is turning into something much bigger.

Macedonia

Macedonia parliament to vote on name change

PM Zoran Zaev will need support of two-thirds of parliament to change the name to Republic of Northern Macedonia.

Macedonia parliament to vote on name change

European Union

MeTooEP: Addressing sexual harassment in the European Parliament

Group launches website featuring testimonies in attempt to root out abuse at the highest echelons of European politics.

MeTooEP: Addressing sexual harassment in the European Parliament

Hungary

Rough sleeping outlawed in Hungary as new law comes into force

Homelessness banned and police given powers to remove people from streets and destroy shelters.

Rough sleeping outlawed in Hungary as new law comes into force

Germany

Merkel's Bavarian allies humbled in historic poll loss

Christian Social Union suffers worst result since 1950, raising tensions within Merkel's crisis-prone government.

France

Hunter kills British cyclist in French Alps

The hunter has been admitted to hospital to be treated for shock after the Saturday evening shooting of the cyclist.

Hunter kills British cyclist in France, police speak of accident

Opinion

How foreign involvement fuelled ethnic nationalism in Bosnia

Ethno-nationalists like Milorad Dodik are gaining ground in a country which still does not feel fully sovereign.

Maja Spanu

by Maja Spanu

Maja Spanu

Europe

Slain Salvadoran archbishop, Pope Paul VI declared saints

Romero was killed by right-wing death squad in El Salvador. Paul VI guided the church through tumult of the 1960s.

Slain Salvadoran archbishop, Pope Paul VI declared saints