Genocidal Organ: centres on themes of  political skulduggery, military outsourcing and public apathy

“The day New York’s Twin Towers were lost, something inside us changed,” says Genocidal Organ’s protagonist of his technologically connected and perso(...)

Tight bond: Barbara Ronchi and Dario Dal Pero in Sweet Dreams

Once a great friend of Pier Paolo Pasolini, Marco Bellocchio has been in and about Italian cinema for over 50 years. His work is agreeably hard to pin(...)

Milorad Dodik, president of Republika Srpska, speaks after the results of a referendum over a disputed national holiday during an election rally in Pale, Bosnia, on Sunday. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

Bosnian Serb leaders are celebrating a landslide victory in a controversial referendum, but the European Union insists the result has no legal basis a(...)

Milorad Dodik, president of Republika Srpska, pictured on an election poster calling for votes for a referendum on their statehood day this Sunday, in Prnjavor, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

The Serb-run region of Bosnia, Republika Srpska, will hold a referendum on Sunday despite a ban from the state’s highest court, fierce criticism from (...)

 Brendan Cox,  widower of MP Jo Cox, and their two children Cuillin (5) and Lejla (3) prepare to join a floating commemoration on the River Thames, where the family lived on a houseboat. Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Jo Cox’s murder has inspired far more love than the hatred that killed her, her husband has said in an emotional tribute at a celebration of the murde(...)

Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill has shown a willingness to change the tactical formation of his side. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho.

It is sometimes suggested that the evolution of Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland team has been the result of forced circumstance with the manager (...)

Life in a war zone: wounded children at a clinic in Douma. Photograph: Abd Doumany/AFP/Getty

Few war reporters have described the sights, sounds and smells of war as vividly as Janine di Giovanni, whose new book, The Morning They Came for Us: (...)

Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque, Sarajevo

Nestled in a valley on either side of the river Miljacka, Sarajevo isn’t known as the “Jerusalem of Europe” for nothing. In its more harmonious past t(...)

British prime minister David Cameron. “The odd way in which the threat of a British exit makes the notion of Europe interesting again is actually quite familiar.” Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

Most ideas prove themselves by working well. The idea of Europe, on the other hand, seems to be most powerful when it’s going disastrously wrong. Over(...)

Since leaving Ireland 14 years ago, Aonghus Kelly  has lived in New Zealand, Bosnia, and the UK, working as a prosecution lawyer on war crimes, organised crimes and terrorism cases.

I have been living away from Ireland now for 12 of the last 14 years. To paraphrase Dickens, it has been the best of times and the worst of times. (...)

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