On the one year anniversary of the event in August this year, Hezbollah’s leader called the investigation ‘politicised’.
If the power struggle between the president and prime minister continues, election timelines will be delayed and the country can sink into a civil war, regional experts warn.
Speaking to TRT World, Somalia's first female foreign minister and deputy prime minister talks about what it takes to be a woman politician in her country.
US President Joe Biden has committed to donate three vaccine doses to developing nations for every one dose that goes to Americans. But critics wonder why it won’t start before next year.
With a little confidence in the country's political system, many ordinary Iraqis are likely to stay away from the ballot box while Shia-led parties like Muqtada al Sadr’s group are expected to dominate next month’s polls.
The Taliban sees the UN as a path to gain global recognition, sanctions relief and international aid assistance, but it is the West that holds the trump card.
Decades of war and turmoil have put Afghan children at risk of long-term mental health issues.
The Bukele government believes bitcoin can provide monetary sovereignty and financial inclusion to millions. But many Salvadorians remain skeptical about the move.
Five years ago, an unknown illness made American diplomats, military officials and spies based in Cuba sick. It's back again.
Paris is lashing out at allies close and afar, but there is no sign that the country has many supporters.
The Lithuanian defence ministry claims Chinese smartphones are compromised with built-in censorship elements which can allow the manufacturers to periodically store and send personal data.
Nearly one in every four German citizens comes from an immigration background. Therefore, political parties from across the spectrum are reaching out to them to secure the minority vote share.
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