Armed gangs controlling nearly half of the capital, Port-au-Prince, also block the country’s largest fuel terminal, leading to a nationwide fuel shortage.
Sudanese generals have displayed their power hunger by launching a military coup days before civilian leaders in the governing Sovereign Council could have taken up the reins of the country.
Ankara realised that it cannot just rely upon NATO for its survival. The post-July 15 Turkey values self-reliance and alternative international alliances more than ever.
A parliamentary inquiry found that Gulenist army officers were the driving force behind the coup attempt last July. TRT World spoke with Resat Petek, the head of the parliamentary commission, about the findings of the investigation.
One year after the attempt by a group of putschists to overthrow Turkey's democratically elected government, TRT World tells the story of five Turkish nationals who took to Istanbul's streets to protest. Not all of them survived.
Internationally and domestically, criticism of constitutional changes proposed by Turkish parliament has centered on claims that they would make Turkey less democratic. Yet supporters argue they are essential to protect democracy from shadowy forces.
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