Azaera Amza is a producer at TRT World.
President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has pledged to decrease violence when he comes into office but the factors compounding the volatility in Mexico may make it a hard task to shoulder.
The head of South Africa’s rising EFF party and fierce proponent of socialism, Julius Malema is determined to not let his party be just another Mickey Mouse operation.
It has been 3,000 years since the caste system established Hinduism hierarchy in India and 68 years since it was outlawed. Yet, Dalit women face an increasing amount of sexual violence on a daily basis.
A recent wave of violence has sent the tropical nation into a tailspin as Sri Lanka continues to struggle with post-war reconciliation.
The Maldives, an Indian Ocean archipelago, is in political turmoil after President Abdulla Yameen imposed a state of emergency and arrested top judges in what the UN has called an “all-out assault on democracy.”
EU negotiator, Michel Barnier stressed that Britain would have no decision-making power in the EU during the transition, which the bloc wants to run from March 29, 2019, when Britain leaves, until the end of 2020.
A recent pledge by the Ethiopian government to close the Maekelawi detention centre, infamous for its torture tactics, means little to its former inmates.
Multiple blasts targeted a Shia cultural centre. The assault was the latest attack on the home of Afghanistan's government, which is fighting Daesh and a resurgent Taliban.
Former President Cristina Kirchner is wanted on a charge of treason for allegedly covering up the role of Iranians in a 1994 bomb attack on a Jewish centre.
Despite warnings from allies, Trump is due to direct the State Department to begin looking for a site for an embassy in Jerusalem as part of what is expected to be a years-long process of relocating diplomatic operations from Tel Aviv.
Despite its famed luxury resorts, the government of Maldives has a troubled take on the rule of law.
Violence in Myanmar has been making headlines, but how did it start? Who are the people claiming to fight for the rights of the country's 1.1 million Rohingya Muslims? Why is the state persecuting the Rohingya?
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