Murat Sofuoglu is a staff writer at TRT World.
The country’s domestic spymaster, Hans Georg Maassen, lost his job after he downplayed recent attacks on minorities by neo-Nazi groups. Some experts argue that Maassen and much of the German intelligence network is under neo-Nazi influence.
The US and its allies have often tried to stifle the economic growth of several countries for political reasons, but the tactic hurts ordinary citizens and rarely foments regime change.
The victims' families feel justice has been denied to them since the German court could not prosecute the operators of neo-Nazi gangs who ordered their "pawns" to inflict violence upon religious and ethnic minorities.
With the Assad regime as its proxy in the Middle East power game, Russia is boosting its naval buildup in the east Mediterranean to back the decisive Idlib assault.
Turkish President Erdogan is increasingly finding support from various countries for his challenge of the dollar’s global authority.
Abdel Fattah el Sisi, the president of Egypt, has imprisoned most of his opponents and won a new presidential term in a rigged poll. But Sisi still feels political insecurity, which might force him to reach out to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Germany’s national football team faced monumental loss as it failed to qualify for the group stage of the 2018 World Cup. Strangely enough, most of the blame was pinned on the players with immigrant backgrounds.
As President Erdogan was re-elected on Sunday to lead Turkey, we spoke to Ahmet Tarik Celenk, a prominent political analyst, who explained what Erdogan's victory implies in local and geopolitical contexts.
As the country witnessed the unprecedented 87 percent voter turnout, we spoke to young and old, single and married people of Istanbul soon after they cast their votes.
During a week-long trip to Turkey’s southeast, TRT World reporters met several people from the Kurdish community.
An unpredictable politician, Bahceli is once again at the center of power politics. What makes him so significant?
Kurds are often described as one of the largest stateless people. While other stateless nations do exist, the Kurdish question is complex and goes back generations. So who are these stateless people, and where did it all begin?
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