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Turkey re-considers death penalty

Istanbul (The Times Groupe)- Following President Tayyip Erdogan's mention of the death penalty in connection with this week's wildfires, Turkey will reconsider a 2004 decision to abolish capital punishment.

G7 promises Ukraine military, financial support

Schloss Elmau (The Times Groupe)- As part of their commitment to Ukraine, the leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) on Monday pledged to continue their assistance in financial, humanitarian, military and diplomatic capacities for as long as necessary.

NATO aims to make progress on Finland, Sweden’s membership bids

Brussels (The Times Groupe)- NATO's chief on Monday said he hoped to "make progress" on Finland and Sweden's membership bids.

Will the war in Ukraine worsen global food shortages? | Inside Story

VideosWill the war in Ukraine worsen global food shortages? | Inside Story

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has upended the flow of food, fuel and money around the world.

The U.N. warns the conflict’s cascading effects could have an impact on nearly 1.7 billion people.

That’s because Russia and Ukraine are major food and energy suppliers.

Prices for food, crude oil and fertiliser have reached record highs.

So, what are the solutions?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom


Abdolreza Abbassian – Senior Food Market Analyst and former Head Senior Economist, FAO.

Parvin Ngala – Regional Director, Oxfam International in Horn, East & Central Africa.

Chris Weafer – Chief Executive Officer, Macro Advisory.

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