Burning fossil fuels, primarily coal, oil and gas, causes about 4.5 million deaths every year worldwide, more than three times the number of lives lost to road accidents, research says.
To achieve its aim of becoming the first climate-neutral continent, EU countries have been trying to increase their energy production from renewable resources.
In September last year, Istanbul was shaken by a magnitude 5.8 earthquake, triggering widespread panic. This is what experts think the future might hold for the city.
Within a decade, Israel has become self-sufficient in meeting its energy needs but it’s hardly the major player it projects itself to be.
The Yemeni people cannot afford another setback to peace.
The Wagner Group is Putin's most potent weapon in advancing Russian policy objectives while maintaining plausible deniability.
President Abdelmadjid Tebboune's cabinet is composed of 39 members, whose names were announced by the spokesman on state TV live from the presidency, in a departure from the usual procedure of naming a government in a statement.
Gazprom said Naftogaz of Ukraine has confirmed receipt of $2.918 billion in compensation from Gazprom in compliance with the 2018 Stockholm Arbitration's award.
The warlord Khalifa Haftar's cunning exploitation of geopolitical rivalries has handed Russia outsized influence over the conflict.
First, long spells of drought pushed thousands of pastoralists out of the Garissa County and now climate change is crushing them again, as constant flooding keeps robbing them of newly acquired livelihoods.
Turkey exerts its influence in the region as other players sign maritime deals to exploit offshore hydrocarbon reserves.
In a conversation with TRT World, Sezer talks about a range of subjects--from the beginning of his film journey to his ambition of experimenting three different genres in one trilogy.
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