The French team of 2018 is truly multicultural and should be celebrated across France. A number of African countries can also take pride in the victory.
One of the most underreported aspects of the fallout of the attempted coup was the ongoing trauma that both its direct and indirect victims face until today.
On this day two years ago the Turkish people defied a coup attempt to preserve their democracy. In keeping with history, the vast majority of the Western press that constantly advocates for democracy aligned with undemocratic forces.
The Turkish economy rebounded strongly after the failed July 15 coup due to strong government intervention. Now the impact is being felt on the wider economy. Many hope that the post election period will bring about lasting economic stability.
When Pakistanis go to vote in parliamentary elections, there will be more women at the polls than ever before, but the level of participation will still be low as obstacles continue to hinder women's participation.
While international attention focused on Trump’s disruptive behavior at the NATO Alliance Summit, Trudeau used NATO to try and bring stability to Iraq.
Israel could make the world a safer place by coming clean about its nuclear arsenal.
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party has cultivated an army of cyber trolls to propagate its message of Hindu chauvinism and hyper-nationalism, and to launch vicious attacks on its opponents. Then, a BJP member became himself a victim.
The UN’s days in Lebanon may now be numbered. Syrian refugees are trickling back to Syria against a shameful backdrop of UN failures.
Gaza's doctors and nurses work in impossible conditions putting everyone's well-being above their own. Studies show that medical workers from Gaza require care, that they may never get.
Turkey experienced tremendous economic growth over the last two decades, but the number of women taking part in the market is still the lowest among OECD members. How would a higher number contribute to the economy and what are the obstacles?
Russia has a primarily role in one of the biggest humanitarian disasters of this century while Putin erodes democracy both at home and abroad. The World Cup is Putin's PR coup.
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