Family and self-fulfillment are increasingly driving younger people in developed nations to re-think what it means to work and why we should work.
Political scenarios vary from a US return to the deal with sanctions relief over Iran to using military force against Tehran.
As poverty and hunger grow in the country, the new government scrambles to meet its electricity debt obligations, facing the grim prospect of Afghanistan plunging into darkness.
Two Harvard graduates break the country's year-long electoral deadlock, but they have a long list of issues to solve.
The WHO designated the new strain of the coronavirus first identified in southern Africa as “of concern” on Friday, as a number of countries moved to ban air travel.
A report from crypto investment firm Grayscale estimates revenue from virtual gaming worlds alone could grow to $400 billion by 2025.
The European Commission has proposed new rules for member states that would make it harder for them to export waste to poorer countries, but the proposal has not met expectations.
The Women’s Library and Information Centre Foundation located in Istanbul bears witness to 150 years of the women’s movement in Turkey, providing a new perspective to the country’s history.
The eastern border city has been known for its popular long Eastern Express railway trips from the capital Ankara to Kars.
The southeastern border district of Turkey has gone through many challenging periods due to PKK’s terror campaign. But the Red Crescent’s Volunteer Center inspires people to have hope.
Chronic unemployment and governance are the main triggers of public discontent that have morphed into a massive agitation.
The former finance minister’s coalition is getting ready to take office, with the uphill task of addressing challenging issues while his predecessor still enjoys broad support.
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