Allegations of sexual assault and harassment that began with a single tweet about novelist Hasan Ali Toptas have shaken Turkey’s literary world with a #MeToo moment as scores of women speak out.
The novel’s sweep, vivid characters and unflinching look at poverty have been compared to the work of Charles Dickens.
A Turkish citizen in London is dealing with these hard times with grace, and she's thankful for the power of technology.
"Albert Uderzo died in his sleep at his home in Neuilly after a heart attack that was not linked to the coronavirus," his son-in-law Bernard de Choisy said.
The ‘deal of the century’ presents an existential crisis for the Palestinian Authority.
Is this the most insulting peace offering in recent history?
In a conversation with TRT World, GNA leader Feyaz al Sarraj shone a light on some critical aspects of the Libyan conflict, including the militias that control large parts of the country.
French hip-hop's unique history has shaped urban culture, and now it's making sure that the youth of the country's long-neglected housing estates can join the Yellow Vest movement.
Rival Palestinian factions are meeting in attempt to facilitate long-overdue elections in Palestinian territories, but ordinary Palestinians view it with scepticism.
Through a walking tour across the island of Manhattan, two historians shine a light on a great many connections that existed between the former Ottoman Empire and America.
The Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States is ready to welcome Uzbekistan as a new member while Turkmenistan expects to become an observer state.
Israel's addiction to expanding its territory will not be stopped at the ballot box.
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