With its considerable line-up of ‘robo-snipers’, ‘suicide drones’ and ‘robattle’ battlefield robots, Israel’s defence industry is pushing the envelop of autonomous machines with only token human involvement.
There is mounting controversy in Lebanon that politicians are poaching scarce vaccine supplies for themselves and their families.
Many legal experts find the German court’s conviction sets crucial precedent to prosecute other members of the Assad regime.
Activists across the Arab world continue to fight for human and civil rights despite violence and intimidation.
Turkish Aerospace Industries delivered the T129 Tactical Reconnaissance and Attack Helicopter to the General Directorate of Security, and exhibited the electric-powered T629 helicopter for the first time.
Professor Gokhan Aydin of Isparta University of Applied Sciences reveals fascinating facts about the species that cannot be found anywhere else in the world but Turkey.
One of Europe’s largest drug hauls reveals the Netherlands' central role in the global drug market.
Talking to TRT World, experts say that Moscow has managed to position itself in the oil crescent region with the help of Russian-backed Wagner mercenaries.
The data behemoth has been implicated in several human rights abuse scandals, and activists critique the secretive deal and its ramifications for the public.
No woman has been hanged in India by the justice system since 1955.
Nikol Pashinyan’s remarks on why Russian-made Iskander ballistic missiles did not explode during the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict have sparked a controversy over the efficiency of the missiles.
The Middle East Institute’s latest exhibition features 14 Syrian artists who now live elsewhere and are trying to tackle the fallout of the decade-long civil war through their art.
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