A generation ago, globalisation shrank the world, but now barriers are rising again, driven by waves of migration and the growing threat of terrorism. In the first of a three-part series, we look at the walls going up in Europe and the US
Rival politician likens decision to 'apartheid' and says 'problems are not solved by discriminating'
'I feel like I’m having a second chance and the pregnancy has made me younger and stronger,' says Lina Alvarez
'We will strive to ensure that even in pregnancies when a child is sure to die, strongly deformed, women end up giving birth so that the child can be baptised, buried, and have a name,' Jaroslaw Kaczynski says
Our European neighbours often seem to want to know why we are 'so ugly', 'stupid' and 'dirty'
No 'old European' country would hold a referendum on the question put to Hungarians, but how would their public vote if they did? And what issue decided the UK’s referendum for many Leavers?
‘The mobility of young people is essential in promoting a sense of belonging to Europe’
'I would tell the British, you’ve gone out, but we have a new treaty on the table so you have an opportunity to vote again'
Not everyone is happy with the name change
New analysis finds most affordable top 200 university is three times cheaper to study at than in the UK
Oxford vice-chancellor, however, cites lack of funding and Brexit as potential threats to university’s future
From idyllic beach resorts in Southeast Asia to big-name cities in North America, here are the most affordable places for a break
Yes, there will be a deal because there has to be. But the relationship initially defined by that deal, whatever it is, will change over the years, just as the UK’s membership of the Common Market was gradually transformed into its membership of the EU – but not the two key elements of EU membership, the euro and the Schengen agreement
President Sergio Mattarella and prime minister Matteo Renzi among those to attend service
Right-wing politicians have vowed to keep the ban by passing legislation via central government, after a court found local bans are 'seriously and clearly illegal'
Former prosecutor Sven-Erik Alhem says he is 'amazed' this justification is being used in 2016