Inside Story

As EU slaps tariffs on US, has world trade war become inevitable?

The EU has imposed tariffs on a wide range of US goods in response to American duties on steel and aluminium.

Middle East

Iran warns nuclear deal in 'ICU', exit likely in weeks

Iran deputy foreign minister tells remaining JCPOA signatories in Vienna meeting that Tehran's patience is running out.

Iran warns nuclear deal in 'ICU'; exit likely in 'coming weeks'

Europe

Greece: Mixed feelings about the years of austerity

Originally intended to last only two years, Greece's eight-year austerity programme is seen by many as having caused more harm than good.

The Far Right

Facebook pulls the plug on far-right Generation Identity

Facebook took the decision after the group violated the social media outlet's policies, according to the i Paper.

Facebook pulls the plug on far-right Generation Identity

Europe

Europeans in UK deeply worried about post-Brexit future

The UK is promising a streamlined registration system for EU citizens to apply to stay after Brexit.

Reporter's Notebook

Refugee crisis has driven a fault line through EU

Western European countries are under attack from Italy, Austria and Hungry as 27-member bloc grapples to find a solution to the refugee crisis.

Refugee crisis has driven a fault line through EU

Greece

Greece's crisis-hit poor: 'No one was bailed out here'

The ruling Syriza party has defended its approach to Greece's economic crisis amid criticism from workers and the poor.

Greece's crisis-hit poor: 'No one was bailed out here'

Europe

Greece declared fit for markets after 8 years of austerity

Eurozone extends debt repayment, but strict supervision on spending and reforms will remain for 40 years.

Greece declared fit for markets after 8 years of austerity

Europe

The perils and struggles of Mediterranean migration

Marine servicemen discuss the challenges and rewards of helping stranded refugees reach safety.

Romania

Romania ruling party chief convicted over fake jobs scandal

Romania's high court sentences Liviu Dragnea to three-and-a-half years in prison over a fake jobs scandal.

Romania ruling party chief convicted over fake jobs scandal

Europe

Political tensions loom over critical OPEC meeting

Will Iran agree to Saudi and Russia’s call to lift oil production?

Political tensions loom over critical OPEC meeting

Europe

Brexit anniversary brings little cheer to Walsall

The UK marks the second anniversary of the historic vote to pull out of the EU.

Brexit anniversary brings little cheer to Walsall

Politics

Central European countries to boycott Brussels' migration meeting

Leaders of Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic will skip a mini summit on migration this Sunday.

Central European countries to boycott Brussels' migration meeting

Opinion

Can a Muslim perform at the Bataclan in Paris?

Muslim rapper Medine is an artist, not a politician. And he should be treated as such.

Rokhaya Diallo

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Turkey

Turkey to receive F-35 jets despite Senate opposition

US Congress attempted to prevent the sale of fighter jets because of worsening US-Turkey relations.

Turkey to receive F-35 jets despite opposition from Senate