With both countries only a stone’s throw away from each other and holding considerable missile stocks, the risk of civilian deaths and urban devastation are higher than ever before.
Established by Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi right before his brutal murder in Riyadh’s Istanbul consulate, the pro-democracy group will monitor autocratic Arab regimes’s repressive policies.
Despite increasing attacks led by Iran-backed Shia militias in Baghdad, Washington wants to avoid a major escalation of tensions ahead of the crucial US elections. Tehran has its own reasons to de-escalate.
TRT World talks to Professor Engin Beksac of Trakya University, who explains the significance of the ancient sun disc, and its connection to astronomy.
The US president’s tax dodging is an indictment of a flawed tax code that enables the wealthy and corporations to fleece the public purse of hundreds of billions of dollars every year.
Christian Luth, the former spokesperson of Germany’s far-right AfD has been sacked from the party.
Surveys suggest coronavirus has infected so many people, that in some countries, immunity to the deadly virus has been developed. But experts remain sceptical.
“It’s not exactly street art, what we do,” say Kadir Celik and Furkan Akhan, two young painters who were assigned to paint the classic onto a set of stairs in the Beyoglu district.
Racism is holding back the US economy, and in particular, hindering the Black population, a new report finds.
With global deaths approaching 1 million, the approaching flu season leaves many believing the only solution may be to wait for a vaccine.
The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has long been a frozen conflict unresolved for almost 30 years, now it’s a flashpoint with geopolitical consequences.
Vaccine studies will enter human trial phase soon, says the Minister for Industry and Technology, Mustafa Varank
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