Elis Gjevori is a Producer at TRT World.
Just 21.6 percent of the population turned out to vote in local elections, following claims the ruling Socialist Party rigged the 2017 general election.
Albania has managed to burnish its image thanks to media-savvy politicians but the reality is far more problematic.
In a victory for the country’s tough talk and the withholding of annual contributions, Russia has been voted back into PACE, despite strong protests from some members.
By holding Saudi Arabia responsible for the journalist’s death and questioning the crown prince’s liability, the UN has made it increasingly hard for the kingdom to do business.
Egypt’s first democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, was a reluctant leader from humble beginnings, his stratospheric rise and fall from power underlines the tragic state of Egypt today.
As Europe lurches to the right, policies that were once rejected by the left are being incorporated into manifestos to garner votes.
An arch Eurosceptic who promises to liberate the UK from the EU with Brexit, Nigel Farage has managed to upend the British political establishment, but who is this chain-smoking, beer-drinking everyman?
The far-right and green parties both saw surges in popularity in these elections, which could force the European Parliament to adapt to a new political reality.
With Brexit still in limbo and the far-right surging across the continent, the new European Parliament could look very different than its predecessors.
Tarlabasi, a patchwork of Istanbul’s migrant communities, comes together during the breaking of the fast.
Mosques, Muslim-owned businesses and homes have been attacked, looted and burned as security forces watch.
A new far-right movement in Spain threatens to shake the Spanish political class, but not everything is as it seems, with a resurgent left winning the elections.
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