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Under the Ottoman Empire Turkey ruled North Africa for hundreds of years, but after the empire fell in the 1920s, the country lost interest in the
What will Africa look like in 50 years? To find out, African leaders have created the “Agenda 2063” to set up development objectives. One hard fact
On the streets near a research institute in Dresden, Germany, a Hungarian physicist drives an electric car with a “pioneering vision”
Turkmenistan's massive sports infrastructure investment is a reflection of its long-term national and Asian sporting ambitions.