British supermarkets that have stores in Europe are facing supply problems because of post-Brexit rules on exports to the EU. It’s affecting fresh produce at… Read More »Brexit effect: No custard creams for Brits in Europe
After a three week delay, the Australian Open has begun in Melbourne. The Grand Slam has only been possible after all international competitors were put… Read More »Australian Open: How the event is trying to stay Covid-safe
Africa Eye has been investigating the treatment of sex workers in Sierra Leone and uncovered a world where many are abused, trafficked and even killed.… Read More »Abducted, trafficked or killed: The life of a sex worker in Sierra Leone
Yolanda, 17, goes to school in a rural area of East London, South Africa. She’s been campaigning for better standards of education in her country,… Read More »Project 17: ‘I was told to clean my own school toilets’
Women in Switzerland are remembering a key moment in history this weekend – the 50th anniversary of finally being granted the right to vote. Switzerland… Read More »Swiss women only got the right to vote 50 years ago. Why?
With performances at the 20 January inauguration and soon the Super Bowl, National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman is inspiring a new generation of artists… Read More »Amanda Gorman effect: ‘It’s going to open doors for poets’
Roma communities are some of the most marginalised in Europe. More than 10 million people live largely in poverty, often in overcrowded settlements. The pandemic… Read More »Europe’s Roma: ‘Even dogs can’t live like this’ under Covid
More than three years after the devastating battle to reclaim Mosul, from the group calling itself the Islamic State, its old city still lies in… Read More »The Muslims and Christians rebuilding Mosul’s old city