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Afghans march hundreds of kilometres to demand peace

Dozens of protestors in Afghanistan march hundreds of kilometres to demand peace for their country. The war in Afghanistan started when the US invaded, accusing the Taliban government of protecting Al Qaeda operatives. It has left more than 100,000 dead.

‘Afghanistan is Not a Civil War’

‘Afghanistan is Not a Civil War’

US and Taliban reach a week-long truce

US and Taliban reach a week-long truce

Every single Afghan child now has known only war

Every single Afghan child now has known only war

Roundtable: US in Afghanistan

Roundtable: US in Afghanistan

Mentally ill Indian man beaten to death 'on suspicion of being Muslim'

Mentally ill Indian man beaten to death 'on suspicion of being Muslim'

Are we in a 'new phase' of financial market sell-offs?

Are we in a 'new phase' of financial market sell-offs?

Who are the female referees of the World Cup?

Who are the female referees of the World Cup?

US university's law faculty backs BDS movement

US university's law faculty backs BDS movement

TalentForBIZ 2022 in Cologne offers opportunities for young people in Turkish global cooperations

TalentForBIZ 2022 in Cologne offers opportunities for young people in Turkish global cooperations

Türkiye's President Erdogan on Sweden and Finland's NATO bid

Türkiye's President Erdogan on Sweden and Finland's NATO bid

France seeks to overturn decision that allowed burkinis

France seeks to overturn decision that allowed burkinis

The reason Türkiye opposes Sweden and Finland’s NATO bid

The reason Türkiye opposes Sweden and Finland’s NATO bid

Lafarge charged with ‘complicity in crimes against humanity’

Lafarge charged with ‘complicity in crimes against humanity’

Meet Muslim basketballer Jamad Fiin

Meet Muslim basketballer Jamad Fiin

The Jewish Refugee who became Saladin’s Doctor | House of Wisdom | E5

The Jewish Refugee who became Saladin’s Doctor | House of Wisdom | E5

Pollution killing 9 million people a year globally, study finds

Pollution killing 9 million people a year globally, study finds

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