Elis Gjevori is a journalist at TRT World.
The closest most Afghans have ever got to Albania is in the alphabet. Now, for some, it’s home and perhaps even their future.
America didn’t just lose a war in Afghanistan, it may have also lost its premise for being the global policeman.
It's said that lies travel faster than the truth, and as Turkey battled forest fires, Twitter became a hub of misinformation.
Much of Kosovo’s best sporting talent has left the country to make their fortunes abroad. However, judo is bucking the trend and bringing home gold medals.
The country's constitutional crises reflect broader socio-economic crises that politicians need to get a grip on.
By closing political avenues for voters to express their views, the President Kais Saied risks extreme polarisation, and with it, the potential for unrest.
Imperfect and riven with political deadlock, Tunisia's democratic experiment was seen as a model, albeit imperfect. The country's elected president, however, sees the country's future under a different political system.
He helped raise a generation of journalists in the Middle East to provide local voices. Now the Egyptian government calls one of the country’s longest-serving journalists a terrorist.
Russia largely stood aside as Turkey and Azerbaijan observed if Armenia would turn a page after decades of regional isolation.
A severe backlash to a project aimed at monitoring Muslim organisations puts the Austrian government in a tight spot as it faces charges of Islamophobia.
If Netanyahu is finally ousted from power as seems to be the case, a change of personnel is unlikely to bring a changed approach to Israeli colonisation of Palestinian land.
As Macron's right-wing government is outflanked by the far-right, a bidding war is underway on who will crack down on Muslims more, say activists.
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