Israel's draconian control over freedom of movement has haunted Palestinians for decades. Now its debilitating effect on society means many Palestinians are finding love, and getting married, over social media.
Minibus carrying labourers from a garment factory collides with a truck on a highway in the northern city leading to casualties, health officials said.
Expect the Gulf crisis to continue well into 2020, even if Saudi-Qatar relations thaw.
As part of a series, TRT World explores stories of fascinating personalities of African descent whose historical contribution have been largely ignored.
The warlord Khalifa Haftar's cunning exploitation of geopolitical rivalries has handed Russia outsized influence over the conflict.
One of Egypt’s last remaining independent media outlets, Mada Masr, has become the target of the Sisi regime.
Ask anyone who the world’s all-time richest person is and you’ll probably hear Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Gates or Warren Buffett - but that is of course, wrong.
International human rights groups warn that the Sisi regime is spreading fear amongst his critics and opponents by detaining and torturing the country's leading rights defenders.
Arab governments criticising Turkey's operation in northeastern Syria don't have a leg to stand on.
Opponents of the Egyptian government live in fear as anti-government protests lead to a crackdown on dissent.
Promises of political reform and the reinstatement of food subsidies follow days of protests against President Abdel Fattah el Sisi’s government.
Berdan Turkmen, seized from a restaurant and caught up in anti-government protests, was in Egypt for a month-long internship hosted by Turkey's branch of youth training foundation, AIESEC.
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