Mehboob Jeelani is a senior editor at TRT World.
Edward Erickson, an American military expert, argues that the US seeks to cultivate influence in Syria by creating "Kurdish enclaves" run by anti-Turkey forces.
Edward J. Erickson, a US army veteran and historian, explains how ethnic tensions unravelled in the Middle East following World War I.
Hip hop has been slow to take off in Turkey. The music has a small but dedicated fanbase in Turkey. The Free Flow Festival is aimed at changing that, launching the biggest ever hip hop event to come to Istanbul.
Hair transplant and weaver extraordinaire Koray Erdogan started off from humble origins, rising to the top of Turkey’s billion dollar hair transplant industry.
The violence of the attempted overthrow brought back traumatic memories for Turkey's Syrian refugees, but many supported the elected government against what they saw as an attempt to establish a regime like the one they had escaped.
Marriages are forced upon children as young as 11 in the US for reasons ranging from religious beliefs to poverty. Activists, some of whom are former victims themselves, are fighting hard for a nationwide law that prohibits the practice.
With the war in Syria showing no sign of abating, many Syrian refugees are becoming permanent Turkish residents, or even citizens. We speak to Syrian business people to see how they are dealing with the reality of life in Turkey.
After being hit by deadly sarin gas in Idlib on April 4, Omar Hamoud, an anti-Assad rebel fighter, was brought to Turkey for medical treatment. He says the attack on Khan Shaykhun was part of a broader offensive.
With over 40,000 ceasefire violations being recorded every month, the conflict between pro-Russia separatists and EU-backed government forces shows no signs of abating.
McGuinness transformed himself from a key IRA leader to a mainstream politician in Northern Ireland.
As the war hits its seventh year, Turkey remains the biggest provider of assistance, followed by Jordan and Lebanon. And Turkey has relied more on its own coffers rather than foreign aid to support the 2.75 million refugees living here.
Life fleeing from the war in Syria and living in exile in Turkey takes a toll on the marital ties of refugees. While divorces are on rise, many women are stepping up their fight for greater independence.
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