Independent and emerging candidates, many linked to the ‘October revolution’ in 2019, are expected to gain more seats than even before in Sunday’s polls, but it is unlikely this will bring sweeping change to the beleaguered country.
A crucial election in the cash-strapped country offers hope of a recovery for the battered economy. But some voters fear things can get even worse.
As technology drives a new ‘vertical world’, the evolution of the Metaverse is likely to be driven by geopolitical competition.
The US Treasury department’s recent decision to lift sanctions in areas, where the Assad regime has no real control, will largely benefit the YPG/PKK terrorist group, according to experts.
Younger Palestinian journalists remember how Abu Akleh’s coverage inspired them to follow in her footsteps and shaped the way Palestinians tell their own story.
From serving as buffers against wildfires to building dams, beavers are called nature's ecosystem engineers. But they can also be destructive.
Embroidered thobes have become a symbol of resistance and a way to confront Israeli attempts to appropriate Palestinian culture.
Syria's Bashar al Assad’s unannounced trip to Tehran has fanned reports that Iran might try to fill the vacuum left by Russia.
The last two years have been immensely successful for the artificial intelligence creators, as researchers and engineers show that AI can be applied to improve almost anything.
Economic collapse, rising food prices and drought have forced some 20 million Afghans to go hungry, Save the Children says.
Ferdinand Marcos Jr became the first candidate in recent history to win an outright majority in a Philippines presidential election, paving the way for his family to return to power after more than three decades.
The Islamic call to prayer is not only a way to express Islamic faith. It is also the way for a Muslim community to declare its presence in a country.
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