Elis Gjevori is a Producer at TRT World.
The coronavirus has transformed daily life in Turkey, here is how the country has historically dealt with changing circumstances.
TRT World speaks to Nukhet Varlik who wrote the book, ‘Plague and Empire in the Early Modern Mediterranean World: The Ottoman Experience, 1347–1600’.
After years of recession following the financial crisis, Spain’s economy was growing so what does the latest crises mean for Spain?
Increasingly European countries are choosing disparate measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic which could have far-reaching political consequences.
The increase in the use of face masks and social distancing take hold in Istanbul as the threat grows.
As refugees on the Greek-Turkish border continue to reel from decisions taken in far-away places their ordeal shows no sign of abating.
Following the devastating attack that killed 33 Turkish soldiers, NATO is set to hold an extraordinary meeting at Turkey’s behest.
Leader Abu Muhammad al Jolani has signalled the group is willing to move towards a more political manifesto, but it is far from a monolithic entity and as the regime advances on Idlib it could lose its bargaining power.
Aid groups urge the international community to ensure an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Idlib as the humanitarian crises worsen in the last opposition-held stronghold.
The EU is seeking to enforce a weapons blockade in Libya, however, it could also mean weakening the internationally recognised government, if it’s not properly applied.
Cities and towns along the critical highway linking Damascus with Aleppo have become sites of brutal destruction at the hands of the Syrian regime.
Addressing the future of the region, the EU has proposed a new methodology to move Balkan accession forwards, but local politicians are doubtful of its success.
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