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At TRT World, audiences can expect balanced, in-depth reporting with a focus on global responsibility. Headquartered in Istanbul, with four newsrooms located around the world, we bring you news coverage 24 hours a day, seven days a week. TRT World is on your TV, bringing you live reports and documentaries. Online, you’ll find articles and podcasts, which means you can take the news with you on the go. TRT World follows you.
 
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With each day of the conflict in Ukraine, the human toll and economic burden are rising rapidly. So what is the way out? TRT World sat down with world-renowned #economist and best-selling author, Jeffrey Sachs to talk about the political and economic ramifications of this conflict and what a peace settlement might look like.#JeffreySachs…
 
South Asians from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh are six times more likely to develop diabetes as compared to Europeans. Dr Mubin Syed, a radiologist from Ohio, says famines in these regions that occurred during British colonialism could have contributed to the problem.#SouthAsian #diabetes #famine #BritishColonialism #history…
 
We live in a new age of algorithms and that’s all thanks to the man who invented them, the Muslim Persian Polymath Al Khwarizmi. In this episode of our series “The House of Wisdom” we break down who he was and his significant contributions to our modern world.Kirjoittanut TRT World
 
In the world’s most prestigious universities, professors teach us that Karl Marx was the father of sociology, that Herodotus was to thank for historiography, and that Adam Smith was the founder of modern-day economics. What if we told you that the man who founded and mastered all these disciplines was actually an Arab Muslim Andalusian scholar know…
 
Leaders from around the world have met in Antalya, Turkey to discuss relations following Russia’s recent attacks.In this edition of ‘One on One’ TRT World’s Andrew Hopkins sits down with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba to discuss his conversation with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, and the future of diplomacy for Ukraine.…
 
After 10 years of war in Syria, more than 400,000 people are dead, millions have been displaced, and the conflict shows little sign of winding down. TRT World sat down with the former US Special Envoy to Syria, James Jeffrey to talk about the Trump administration’s representative for Syria, the Assad regime and the country's future.…
 
Yes, Russia isn’t supplying as much as it used to, with the suggestion that energy is being used here as for blackmail purposes. President Putin says it definitely isn’t. So what will it take to keep Europe warm as the colder months arrive?Demand fell during the peak of the pandemic, now it’s increasing and not enough gas has been stored for the be…
 
After almost three decades, fears of separatism are on the rise yet again in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the Serb member of the presidency threatening dissolve the multi-ethnic state system. TRT World spoke to member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sefik Dzaferovic about the latest situation.…
 
He was Brazil’s most popular political leader, a two-time President whose run in the 2022 election against Jair Bolsonaro is widely expected. 20 years after his first election, can Lula da Silva make a political comeback and become President of Brazil, for the third time?Kirjoittanut TRT World
 
Fresh off an exciting Turkish Grand Prix, Formula One returns to America for the first time since 2019. The United States Grand Prix takes place this weekend in Austin, Texas.While heading into round 17 we spoke on all the US Grand Prix action with F1 Journalist Maurice Hamilton.Kirjoittanut TRT World
 
The NBA's 75th regular season has tipped off with defending champions, the Milwaukee Bucks, beating the Brooklyn Nets and the Golden State Warriors outplaying Los Angeles Lakers.A grueling 82-game campaign awaits and picking a winner this year is harder than ever.NBA journalist Kaan Kural sifts the pretenders from the contenders.…
 
The Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan in August led to the chaotic withdrawal of US-European coalition forces. It has now left Western leaders questioning how they will engage with the new rulers. GUESTS: Simon MayallFormer Deputy UK Army Chief Michael SempleFormer Deputy EU Representative to Afghanistan Jamie SheaFormer Deputy Assistant Secretary …
 
French cement giant Lafarge has been accused of links with Daesh, prompting debate about its role and complicity in crimes against humanity in Syria’s civil war. Guests:Fabrice Balanche Associate Professor at the University of Lyon 2 Cannelle LaviteEuropean Center for Constitutional and Human RightsTallha AbdulrazaqUniversity of Exeter's Strategy a…
 
A shortage of truck drivers in the UK has prompted panic buying among the public. That’s left some supermarket shelves empty and petrol stations without fuel. Despite exiting the European Union, the government is now offering temporary visas to thousands of EU drivers to help ease the crisis.Kirjoittanut TRT World
 
62 million Germans will be casting their ballots on the 26th of September. The outcome is expected to be a two or three way coalition but with several combinations possible, which parties will take the lead?GUESTS:Michael GahlerChristian Democratic Union Ursula MunchDirector of the Academy for Political Education Arne LietzSocial Democratic PartyRo…
 
The world’s richest man has a new obsession: the quest to live longer. The new craze has seen tech billionaires invest millions into anti-aging technology, Jeff Bezos included. Are we entering a dangerous future, where the richest and most powerful can cheat death? And what will that mean for the rest of us, for global equality and the planet?…
 
The 9/11 attacks were a defining event for global terrorism, it sent shock waves across the international community. 20 years later, the United States and its European allies have continued to wage wars on a global scale to combat terrorism. But has the failure of the Afghanistan war shown the failure of the ‘War on Terror’? GUESTS: Moazzam Begg Fo…
 
The 9/11 attacks and the 'War on Terror' reshaped Western foreign policy. But when the US withdrew from Afghanistan, it neglected to consult its NATO partners. Now Joe Biden says future military interventions will be limited. So what does this mean for future defence cooperation with Europe? After decades of following US operations - can Europe sur…
 
Did Europe gain anything from 20 years of the so-called War on Terror? America coined the phrase, led the charge and now has decided enough is enough. Will what happened in Afghanistan mean Europe is once more exposed?Now that the USA says it won’t fight forever wars, other people’s battles, what can Europe do to protect itself? And what lessons ha…
 
Bit by bit, we appear to be waking up to the fact that our own home - our planet - is probably being destroyed by our own actions. But even with the realisation that this nightmare is not a thing of bad dreams, how ready is humankind to take the tough decisions today that could save our world tomorrow?…
 
Elizabeth Holmes wanted to be the next Steve Jobs and for a while she managed to con everyone. Her company Theranos claimed to have invented an amazing blood testing machine that was going to revolutionise the world of medicine, and she quickly became the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world. But due to whistleblowers and an investiga…
 
Countries face a balancing act - a moral, humanitarian duty to help, and a need, some would say, not to alienate voters when migration has become such a divisive issue.Just how many Afghan migrants will there be now that the Taliban has control of the country once more? And who in Europe will take them?…
 
Thousands of Afghans concerned about life under Taliban rule are trying to find a safe escape. More than 20 people have been killed in and around Kabul airport in their search for a way out. Since the US announced its troop withdrawal in April, most fleeing Afghans have been moving into neighbouring Pakistan, Iran and through into Turkey. Several c…
 
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has convened a summit in Kiev with representatives from 44 NATO and EU countries to remind the world of Russia's illegal annexation of Crimea. Zelensky hopes to bring the world's attention back to the Black Sea peninsula and put pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin.…
 
The US labour department estimates there are 1.56m children working on cocoa farms in Ghana and the Ivory Coast and as many as 40% of them are slaves. The cocoa they harvest is sold to massive conglomerates which supply household names like Nestle and Cadburys, so you can bet that if you’ve eaten chocolate recently, it’s probably tainted.…
 
America's longest-running war has been in Afghanistan, and now, after almost two decades, thousands of American and Afghan deaths - the very group US forces had been fighting - have wrestled themselves back to power. Melinda Nucifora takes a look at how it got to this point.Kirjoittanut TRT World
 
An investigation by the New York State Attorney General has found New York Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women, and violated federal And state law. The report reveals the New York Governor's office was a toxic environment for women. Frank Ucciardo reports from New York.Kirjoittanut TRT World
 
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