Voters are choosing members of parliament and a president in a system that will make the president head of both state and government.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appeared live on TRT World and spoke about the upcoming elections, his plans for streamlining the government, and what awaits Turkey after the elections.
With less than a week for the elections, Turkey's presidential candidates are finalising their promises regarding the economy. All the candidates running in the presidential election have distinctive economic pledges for the new term.
Ivan Duque becomes Colombia's youngest president in Sunday's run-off election, beating leftist Gustavo Petro following a campaign fought largely over the future of the government's peace deal with the former rebel group FARC.
Across Latin America justice is increasingly wielded to settle political scores. With increasing political polarisation the rule of law is suffering which does not bode well for the long term wellbeing of Latin American nations.
The legacy of the Korean War has fuelled decades of animosity between North Korea and America, 65 years on. TRT World sat down with a US veteran who served on that front line, 65 years ago.
International Criminal Court appeals judges overturned on Friday the convictions of former Congolese vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba for atrocities committed by his forces in the Central African Republic.
Two of Italy's political parties have agreed to form another coalition government to avert a snap election. The League party and Five Star Movement have made a deal making former prime minister-designate, Giuseppe Conte, prime minister.
Turks will go to the polls on June 24 to decide their future president, who will govern for the next five years. Members of the parliament will be elected, too. Ahead of the elections we take a close look at the main presidential candidates.
Protesters in Nicaragua are demanding early elections after violent protests in the capital. Since mid April, demonstrators have demanded the resignation of President Daniel Ortega, saying he's becoming a dictator.
The Foreign Secretary of Philippines said China has been notified of "red lines," or actions Manila would find unacceptable in the South China Sea.
We will never allow demolition alliance to sabotage our projects,' says President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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