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Turkey election: Erdoğan and Kılıçdaroğlu face off in historic runoff showdown4 min read
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has been in power for two decades, is set to face a runoff on May 28. This is an unprecedented situation in Turkish politics.
Russia’s support base grows as countries continue to mix vodka with their politics4 min read
Russia’s support base is slowly growing while countries condemning it have decreased, particularly from emerging economies.
Five most prepared countries for the green tech transition3 min read
The US, Sweden, Singapore, Switzerland, and the Netherlands are the top five prepared countries to use frontier technologies, while Guinea, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo are the least prepared.
Retirement rage: French fury fueled by reform3 min read
France raised the minimum retirement age from 62 to 64, causing protests and strikes. The reform is to prevent a pension deficit. Other countries are also raising their retirement ages.
Mysterious objects shot down over North America: Conflicting reports and speculation abound4 min read
Reports about mysterious flying objects recently detected and destroyed above the U.S. and Canada have sparked a debate about their source. Balloons, military crafts, a group of foreign machines or from another world entirely? Speculations vary widely.
Who is assisting Turkey and Syria with earthquake relief efforts?3 min read
After a series of devastating earthquakes hit Central and Eastern Turkey and the Syrian border region this week, more than 40 countries and territories have sent or are about to send teams in response to provide relief aid.
Do women really rule the world?2 min read
It is disheartening to note that not many countries in the world have been female-led. Despite the progress made in recent years, the number of nations that have had female leadership remains disappointingly low.