Mucahid Durmaz is a producer at TRT WORLD
The recent incidents of Ethiopian maids being dumped by their employers yet again reveals how Lebanon's unregulated Kafala system affects people of colour.
Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok seems to prefer UN peacekeeping forces over the Sudanese military, which has engaged in violence along with Janjaweed militias.
Using Tel Aviv as a mediator, Sudan seeks to normalise ties with the US. Israel, on the other hand, sees it as an opportunity to cultivate new alliances with other African nations.
Libya is at war with itself, but how did we get to this point?
The country’s massive cathedral project sheds light on the deep links between Pentecostal, Evangelist leaders and the political elite.
At the heart of Gambia’s brave attempt to seek justice for the Rohingya, lies a very personal story.
The massive move will cost $33 billion and the construction is set to begin next year.
After decades of war and thousands of death, two neighbouring countries signed a peace deal last year to end the war. But the peace deal has not been fully implemented.
Analysts believe the Saudi-UAE alliance and Egypt have thrown their support behind the country's military council to counter a civilian uprising demanding democratic rule.
A diverse coalition of groups, from Islamic movements to Communists, have taken to the streets to demand change.
Many African governments and prominent political figures hire Trump-linked lobby groups in the US to ease sanctions against them.
The recent attack which DAESH claimed responsibility for is the latest chain of emerging links between the terrorist group and the Allied Democratic Force, a shadowy Ugandan-led group in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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