In a complicated fight in a densely populated city such as Mosul, civilians will die. But under international humanitarian law, belligerents must do all they can to protect them.
Rows between Britain and Spain over the Rock aren't new. What will change is the EU's position.
Everyone wants to be an outsider.
The European Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator looks to the future.
We won't ever have a Chilcot-style inquiry into our non-intervention. Perhaps we should.
EU member states are already bidding for the London-based regulator.
Ibrahim Dogus reflects on the Kurdish New Year.
A bloody cabinet reshuffle has left South Africans divided and reeling.
Who will be France's next president? Here's a guide to the most unpredictable French election in decades.
Mosul's civilians are escaping Isis. But the US-Iraqi forces are now killing hundreds in airstrikes.
Anger is mounting.
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