Billed as a success story in the Middle East, Tunisia's fragile experiment with democracy increasingly looks like it's coming to a shuddering halt.
Algiers has long been at odds with Rabat on issues such as Western Sahara.
Bilateral, regional developments discussed in the meeting, says Turkey’s Communications Directorate.
Although the US and EU may pay lip service to democratic processes and institutions, they will ultimately prioritise their security interests.
UN Security Council members back African Union mediation efforts between Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan in a dispute over the operation of a giant hydropower dam on the Blue Nile in Ethiopia, urging the parties to resume talks.
China said most debris from a large rocket expected to plunge back through the atmosphere this weekend would be burned up on re-entry and is highly unlikely to cause any harm.
As Western countries take a backseat, the UAE is gradually building a region that empowers Russia and China – much at the expense of American and European leverage.
As the Mediterranean Sea becomes increasingly warm, extreme tropical weather could displace millions, and with that, alter the geography of North African countries.
On the tenth anniversary of the Arab Spring, TRT World spoke with Gilbert Achcar, who has written extensively on the politics of the Middle East, to make sense of what transpired and what comes next.
Oil production almost came to a standstill in Libya after pro-Haftar militants shut down oil facilities in eastern parts of the country in January to squeeze resources of the UN-recognised government in Tripoli.
Over 14,000 homes were destroyed as a result of the torrential rains that have affected 17 of the 18 states across Sudan.
Voting will continue for two days for the Council of Senators, an advisory body without any legislative powers to replace the Shura Council, which was dissolved in 2014.
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