Musicians and music-lovers are digging up rare vinyls to give a new lease of life to a music genre that had the world grooving to its beat in the ’90s.
"I want people to experience Istanbul the way I do, as a city of dreams," says Uzbek painter Mahsuma Tastanova, who embraced the walls of the city’s Kadirga district as her canvas.
Experts weigh in on how Greece’s Lavrion refugee camp came to be known as a breeding ground for PKK terrorists.
Ibn Haldun University hosts the 4th International Suleymaniye Symposium to discuss new ideas and approaches concerning the Baburid (Mughal) empire, which ruled much of South Asia from 1526 to 1761.
Experts predict that in the long run, Gazprom could turn into a company without big export revenues with a focus mainly on the domestic market.
Europe struggles with high cost of living and a prospect of more protests as sanctions-hit Moscow cuts back gas supply.
Recent waterlogging exposed Bangaluru to a massive influx of snakes entering homes and hearths; rescuers are attending to hundreds of calls from panic-stricken residents.
The gathering in Samarkand allows member states to realise the economic potential the cooperation has to offer.
The Conservative leader has been known for her anti-Russian credentials and the Kremlin has made its displeasure known after she rose to the UK's top political post.
The statement comes in response to TRT World’s exclusive report revealing that an international board has been set up by the US to disburse a portion of frozen funds through a Swiss bank.
Within two months, four Western Balkan countries, including three NATO member states, faced cyberattacks on public institutions.
Thousands of students are yet to return to classes as M23 rebels overrun large swathes in eastern DRC. Parents are also wary of sending children to school for fear of being forced to join rebel ranks.
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