Richard Ratcliffe is staging a second hunger strike to pressure the UK government into taking action to free his wife.
In the five weeks since the eruption began, lava from Cumbre Vieja has covered more than 850 hectares.
Three of the top five countries reporting the most deaths in the world – Russia, Ukraine and Romania – are in region.
In Romania only 35 percent of adults are fully inoculated against COVID-19 compared with an EU average of 74 percent.
Viktor Orban has accused foreign powers of backing the leftist bloc that will seek to oust him after a decade in power.
Belarus accused of helping migrants and refugees cross into the bloc as a retaliation against EU sanctions.
Why is discourse about the investigation into the Beirut blast so polarised? And the Russian law affecting journalists.
The head of the right-wing Lega party could face up to 15 years in prison if found guilty.
The European Union’s first chief prosecutor discusses how the bloc protects its financial interests.
Moldova to seek cheaper natural gas from Europe after traditional supplier Russia hiked prices.
Bosniak, Croat leaders call drills ‘a clear provocation’, but Serb officials say it is not related to political crisis.
Greece appears to be testing the limits of international laws with refugee detentions, Al Jazeera investigation finds.
Political leaders praise outgoing German chancellor as a ‘compromise machine’ and ‘compass’ of the European project.
Meeting in Sochi marks first in-person talks between the two world leaders.