TRT World Episodes
Israeli forces attacked Palestinian protesters who gathered at the Al Aqsa Mosque, leaving 5 people injured. Protesters prayed and marched against Israeli incursions and voiced their devotion to the holy site. #AlAqsa #Palestine #Israel
Muslims in India painted flags on their faces to show that they belong in the country amid a controversial citizenship law that critics say discriminates against Muslims. #India #citizenship #Modi
Thousands of people living near the Taal volcano in the Philippines are taking refuge in emergency centres. #Philippines #Volcano #Taal
Meet pigeon trainer Abdurrahman Dal, who has taken on the legacy of caring for the injured and orphaned birds of Istanbul. #Turkey #Istanbul #pigeon
Lebanese security forces clashed with protesters after hundreds gathered outside the central bank in Beirut, injuring dozens. On Wednesday, demonstrators attacked bank branches, outraged by the restrictions on US dollar withdrawals.
Turkish collector Gokhan Sarigol opened his huge collection of model aircraft to the public at the world's largest museum of its kind. #gokhansarigol #modelaircraft #aircraftcollection
Russia's President Putin appointed Mikhail Mishustin as the country's new prime minister, following the resignation of Dmitry Medvedev. What do we know about the 53-year-old former tax office chief? #Putin #Russia #Mishustin
In the US, Elizabeth Warren's claim that Bernie Sanders told her a woman could not win a presidential election has created a major rift between the two progressive Democrats. #Sanders #Warren #DemDebate
An increasing number of Indian workers hired on tourist visas face labour abuse in the UAE. Since 2016, Indian migrant workers have filed more than 9,700 complaints of torture and mistreatment. #UAE #Indianworkers #India
2019 was the second-hottest year since records began, according to the WMO. The average global temperature was 1.1C above pre-industrial levels, which experts say may likely lead to more extreme weather events in 2020 and beyond.
More than 1,500 bakers and chefs in India came together to bake the world's longest cake, which is about 6.5 km long. #India #cake #Guinness
Syrian regime air strikes on Idlib, the last major opposition bastion in the country, killed more than 18 civilians, striking bustling areas despite a ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey. #Idlib #Russia #Syrian-regime
Four employees of Turkey's Anadolu Agency have been detained after the Egyptian police raided the news agency's office in Cairo, sparking global condemnation. #Turkey #Egypt #AnadoluAgency
One of the greatest 'Go' players of all time just retired from the game, saying that artificial intelligence programmes can play at a level humans aren't able to. His decision has reignited discussions about AI and how we define human achievement.
We see more electric cars on the road each day. As manufacturers try to meet increased demand, here's a look at the global outlook for the industry #electric car #TOGG #battery
Three prominent civil society organisations have pledged to boycott C20 meetings in the Saudi capital of Riyadh ahead of the annual G20 summit. They say that the country's human rights record is appalling. #Saudi #G20 #humanrights
At least 69 people have been killed and many more are missing after avalanches swept through Pakistan-administered Kashmir. #Pakistan #Kashmir #avalanche
A suspected car thief was beaten up by police in the UK, even after he immediately surrendered. Footage of the Muslim man's violent arrest went viral, with many people voicing outrage.
Scientists at the University of Vermont and Tufts University have created the world's first living, self-healing robots by using stem cells derived from frogs. #LivingRobots #stemcells #science
The New York Times has verified footage that shows two missiles hit the Ukrainian passenger plane. #Iran #Ukraine #plane
Archive footage released by the Kremlin shows Russian President Vladimir Putin and former US president George W Bush dancing to a folk song back in 2008 #Kremlin #Putin #Bush
German police said they were investigating after a man dressed as Adolf Hitler rode around a weekend festival in a motorbike sidecar. #Germany #Saxony #Hitler
This is how a husband grieved after the Iranian military shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane, killing his wife and 175 others. #Iran #Ukrainianplane #victim
Many people online were outraged after Trump retweeted a photoshopped image of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a headscarf and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer wearing a turban with the Iranian flag in the background.
TRT Kurdi, a Turkey-based Kurdish-language channel, celebrates its 11th anniversary with a performance. #TRTKurdi #TRT #Turkey
Many people are outraged after the host of US game show "Jeopardy!" falsely ruled that a historic church in Bethlehem was located in Israel, not in Palestine.
TRT reporters were targeted by Syrian regime artillery strikes in Maarat al Numan in Syria's Idlib province, as the Assad regime continues to carry out air strikes despite a ceasefire. #Syria #Idlib #TRT World
Two black British MPs have been mistaken for other politicians and parliamentary staff members since joining Parliament in last month's election. #UK #parliament #racism
A 54-year-old Egyptian American, Moustafa Kassem, has died in a prison in Egypt due to serious medical problems. Kassem was arrested in Cairo in 2013 and accused of participating in anti-military protests. #Egypt #coup #UScitizen
In China, an enormous sinkhole swallowed a bus and pedestrians, sparking an explosion. Six people have been killed, and 10 people are missing. #China #bus #sinkhole
An Alaskan man stuck in sub-zero temperatures with no way to communicate was finally rescued after over three weeks by state troopers. #Alaska #AlaskaStateTroopers #RescueMission
Australia's bushfires have left up to 1 billion animals dead or at risk since September 2019. Military personnel are cleaning up some of the dead wildlife on Kangaroo Island. #Bushfires #Australia #Scott Morrison
Exiled Indian Muslim preacher Zakir Naik said that Modi's government approached him in September 2019, offering to provide a "safe passage" to India if he spoke in favour of the government's decision to revoke Article 370 in India-administered Kas...
Iran's only female Olympic medallist, Kimia Alizadeh, has announced via Instagram that she has left the country and moved to Europe. She cited her frustrations of being controlled and used as a propaganda "tool" by the Iranian government as reason...
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison's personal approval rating plunges amid the bushfire crisis in the country. Morrison has been overtaken as preferred prime minister by opposition leader Anthony Albanese in the first published opinion poll ...
More than 8,000 people have been evacuated in the Philippines after the Taal volcano started spewing ash. Flights from Manila International Airport were also cancelled as authorities warned of a possible "volcanic tsunami.
Forces loyal to Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar declared a ceasefire that took effect from midnight on January 12. The ceasefire in the western region includes the capital Tripoli, where pro-Haftar forces have been fighting the UN-recognised Governm...
Thousands took to the streets in Tehran after Iran admitted it was responsible for unintentionally downing a Ukrainian plane #Iran #Ukraine #protests
With the Croatian border closed, around 8,000 refugees and migrants, mostly from Pakistan and Afghanistan, are stuck in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Suffering from a complex decision-making system and ethnic divisions, Bosnia has been struggling to pr...
Thousands marched across Australia on January 11, calling for government action over the raging bushfires across the country. #Australia #fire #protest
Iran has admitted that its military shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet, killing all 176 people on board. #IranMissile #UkrainePlane #PlaneShotDown
Madame Tussauds museum has removed waxwork figures of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle from its British royal family display. The museum said the figures will be placed in a separate section. #royalfamily #London #museum
Protests against President Macron's pension reform plan turned violent in Paris. French police clashed with demonstrators and fired tear gas and water cannons to control the crowds. #France #Emmanuel Macron #policeviolence
The first mosque built in the Czech Republic was attacked on January 4. The graffiti said, "Do not spread Islam in the Czech Republic, or else we will kill you." But this was not the first attack on the Muslim community in the country's second-lar...
Thousands rallied in Australia against inaction on climate change as fires continue to ravage large swathes of the country. Despite public outrage and warnings from scientists, the Australian government says there's no direct link between climate ...
On January 8, a Ukrainian airliner crashed shortly after taking off from Tehran, Iran. Soon after, speculation spread that the plane might've been shot down. Here's what we know so far. #Iran #Boeing #UkrainianAirlines
Humanitarian conditions in Syria's Idlib province continues to worsen as thousands of internally displaced people flee bombardment by the Syrian regime and seek shelter in camps buried in mud. #Idlib #syria #Assad
Outside a mosque in the UK, an unidentified assailant attacked an imam's vehicle in the latest incident of anti-Muslim hatred in the country. #AntiMuslim #Imam #UkMinorities