Ezgi Toper is a digital producer at TRT World.
European Union spokesperson tells TRT World that the bloc has identified a "slowdown" in Twitter's compliance with EU law, warning Musk must follow its new rules to continue services in Europe.
Used by politicians, activists and journalists to share news and opinion, Twitter itself has become the headline as new owner Elon Musk attempts to overhaul the social media platform, often with chaotic results.
Shipment of Russian and Ukrainian grain is vital for many African countries, especially those facing crop failure due to weather extremes and internal conflicts.
Luxury brands continue to draw controversy for appropriation of Indigenous communities’ culture, reducing motifs and symbols that carry important sociocultural significance to mere fashion statements. Experts weigh in on this debate with TRT World.
Content creators are exploiting Tik Tok's algorithmic flaws and loopholes to promote content potentially harmful for the mental health of other users, a new report finds
TRT World speaks to experts and lawyers on how you can appeal a Schengen visa rejection against the member state that has taken the decision on your application.
All six of the region’s biggest economies may soon be run by leftist presidents with all eyes on Brazil’s upcoming run-off elections that could see the comeback of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in a fresh ‘pink tide’.
While global leaders praise the resilience of the Ukrainian people, aid organisations warn that without sufficient support, the mental well-being of civilians living inside and outside the conflict zone is at severe risk.
Many Turks miss job and education opportunities, are unable to visit friends and family abroad or jet off on vacation in Europe recently, as refusal rates for Schengen visas have increased almost fivefold since 2014.
3D printed tissues for ear, skin and blood vessels are in clinical trials and research for other organs is underway too. We ask some bioprinting companies if and when humans can benefit from this technology.
Two years since George Floyd's murder, do Black Americans see an equatable future? We spoke to Floyd’s cousin Paris Stevens about the racial justice movement and where the pledges for change stand today.
Large firms often oppose unions due to their impact on the company’s autonomy and fears of economic losses as workers fight for higher wages and better benefits.
Subscribe to our Youtube channel for all latest in-depth, on the ground reporting from around the world.
Copyright © 2022 TRT World.