In an exclusive interview with TRT World, President Ashraf Ghani said Afghanistan can only secure long-lasting peace with a democratic system.
Critics have bemoaned the slow progress made by an investigative team of the UN Security Council but the agency outlined solid gains made in recent months.
Ankara and the EU are at loggerheads over who has the right to explore newly-discovered gas fields.
The Indian government has come under criticism for taking advantage of a spiritual journey to meet political ends.
Experts think that the excesses of globalisation have created an identity crisis across the world, facilitating the rise of nationalist movements.
The journey of an Australian filmmaker from giving birth prematurely to a ship full of volunteer doctors sailing to West Africa.
More than 100,000 people are still living in evacuation centres following the Daesh siege of the Philippines’ city of Marawi, but as they await reconstruction, the president has announced a new military base to be completed this year.
People in parts of the Democratic Republic of the Congo have linked the response to the Ebola outbreak with political disenfranchisement making it harder for foreign organisations to contain the outbreak.
The YPG couldn't deny recruiting child soldiers in northern Syria and Ankara blasted the UN for taking "a terrorist organisation with blood on its hands as an interlocutor to address this problem."
Several women have alleged that they were raped by members of the police who used plastic bags often used to sell water in little packages in Nigeria as condoms.
Media is increasingly becoming a target in Afghanistan as the Taliban's campaign for hearts and minds falls short.
As Iran exceeds the enriched uranium stockpile limit put in place by the 2015 nuclear deal, experts argue the Islamic Republic is more focused on ending crushing US-imposed sanctions than building a nuclear bomb.
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