Experts say the Tobruk-based government's resignation erodes warlord Khalifa Haftar's political leverage against the internationally recognised Libyan government.
Kosovars feel leaderless but led by those who sing to the tune of the US. Their diplomatic recognition of Israel comes in that light.
Experts say such threats are not new to the country and its banking regulator knows how to deal with such unethical financial conduct.
China has tried to use the crisis to build influence but is also accused of spreading disinformation and financially benefitting from the virus, while the US has also been criticised for its inept response to Covid-19.
An emergency medical doctor shares his experience of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic in Turkey's Izmir province.
SOAS Professor Arshin Adib-Moghaddam talks to TRT World about the upcoming Iranian parliamentary election.
Beijing seeks normalcy in war-affected Yemen to ensure its flagship Belt and Road Initiative has safe access to the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea.
Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology say that had it been built, a design for a bridge in the transcontinental city would have been viable.
Should European countries be taking back their citizens who are Daesh members?
In an attempt to threaten Turkey over its limited cross-border operation in Syria, many European countries discontinued selling arms to Ankara, while they continue to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia to fuel its full-scale war in Yemen.
Abdallah Hamdok says $10bn in direct aid and foreign currency reserves are needed to help the economy recover after recent political instability.
In a letter, the Turkish defence minister called for mutual respect and friendship after the US backtracked on offering F-35 training to pilots in response to Turkey purchasing Russian-made S-400 defence systems.
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