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Naksa Day: Palestinians mark 52nd year of Naksa Day

At the end of the Arab-Israeli Six Day War in 1967, Israel had captured territory from Palestine and neighbouring countries. Palestinians call it Naksa - "The day of the setback". They commemorate it every year on June the 5th. TRT World's Mustafa Fatih Yavuz reports from occupied East Jerusalem.

A map released by the White House shows the proposed Palestinian state

A map released by the White House shows the proposed Palestinian state

Abu Dis: The new capital of Palestine?

Abu Dis: The new capital of Palestine?

Israel-Palestine Tensions: Activist walks to raise awareness on occupation

Israel-Palestine Tensions: Activist walks to raise awareness on occupation

Israel-Palestine Tensions: Palestinian Susya residents fight demolition

Israel-Palestine Tensions: Palestinian Susya residents fight demolition

DECLASSIFIED- PKK's Terror Tunnels

DECLASSIFIED- PKK's Terror Tunnels

Germans protest Berlin’s plans to deliver weapons to Ukraine

Germans protest Berlin’s plans to deliver weapons to Ukraine

Muslims from Western countries ‘drawn to Türkiye’

Muslims from Western countries ‘drawn to Türkiye’

Deadly bus crash in Pakistan's Balochistan province

Deadly bus crash in Pakistan's Balochistan province

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Anger after deadly Memphis police beating video released

Concerns over escalating violence as Israel bombs Gaza

Concerns over escalating violence as Israel bombs Gaza

German foreign ministry in a pickle over leopard emoji faux pas

German foreign ministry in a pickle over leopard emoji faux pas

CCP – History of ushering change in China

CCP – History of ushering change in China

Muslims targeted in 51 percent of hate crimes in Sweden – report

Muslims targeted in 51 percent of hate crimes in Sweden – report

Uncovering the unexpected bond of Stockholm syndrome

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Researchers develop liquifying metal robots

Researchers develop liquifying metal robots

Sweden faces severe backlash over Quran-burning incident

Sweden faces severe backlash over Quran-burning incident

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