UN: Khashoggi killing ‘perpetrated by Saudi officials’
8th Feb 2019

UN: Khashoggi killing ‘perpetrated by Saudi officials’

By Fatih Hafiz Mehmet (AA): The killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom’s Istanbul Consulate was “planned and perpetrated by Saudi officials,” the UN special rapporteur claimed Thursday. Agnes Callamard recently visited Turkey with a team of experts … Continued

Turkey: 7 killed, 46 injured in high-speed train crash
13th Dec 2018

Turkey: 7 killed, 46 injured in high-speed train crash

By Mohamad Misto, Burak Karacaoglu, Esref Musa   ANKARA (AA)  At least seven people were killed and 46 injured when a high-speed train crashed into a pilot engine traveling along the same rails near a station in Turkey’s capital Ankara. … Continued

US: Journalist Khashoggi’s sons plead for father’s body return
5th Nov 2018

US: Journalist Khashoggi’s sons plead for father’s body return

By Umar Farooq   WASHINGTON (AA): The sons of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi delivered an emotional appeal on Sunday asking for the return of their father’s body in an interview with CNN. In their first interview since their father was … Continued

Turkey: – ‘Khashoggi’s body disposed of after dismembering’
1st Nov 2018

Turkey: – ‘Khashoggi’s body disposed of after dismembering’

  By Murat Kaya, Muhammed Enes Can and Basak Akbulut Yazar   ISTANBUL (AA): Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s body has been disposed of after being dismembered, Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office said on Wednesday. “Victim Jamal Khashoggi was strangled to … Continued

Turkey: 30 irregular migrants rescued in Aegean Sea
28th Oct 2018

Turkey: 30 irregular migrants rescued in Aegean Sea

By Durmus Genc and Ali Balli   MUGLA, Turkey (AA): At least 17 irregular migrants have been rescued in the Aegean Sea off Turkey’s southwestern coast, said security sources on Saturday. The migrants requested help from the Turkish Coast Guard … Continued

Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi died at Istanbul consulate
20th Oct 2018

Saudi Arabia admits Khashoggi died at Istanbul consulate

By Sibel Ugurlu   ANKARA (AA): Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi died after a brawl inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Saudi Arabia announced Saturday.U.S. President Donald Trump hailed as a “great first step” Friday Saudi Arabia’s explanation for the fate … Continued

Turkey: Erdogan discusses Khashoggi case with Saudi King
15th Oct 2018

Turkey: Erdogan discusses Khashoggi case with Saudi King

By Merve Yildizalp ANKARA (AA) – In a Sunday night phone call, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz discussed the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Erdogan stressed forming a joint working group to probe the … Continued

Syria: Turkey, US training for joint patrols in Manbij
10th Oct 2018

Syria: Turkey, US training for joint patrols in Manbij

A view of the northern Syrian city of Manbij after YPG/PKK terror groups dug trenches and constructed earth banks on October 04, 2018. (Photo: Adnan Rakkavi/AA) By Sarp Ozer ANKARA (AA): Turkish and U.S. soldiers on Tuesday are beginning joint … Continued

Turkey: 5 people killed when migrant boat sinks off NW Turkey
1st Oct 2018

Turkey: 5 people killed when migrant boat sinks off NW Turkey

By Hakan Mehmet Sahin   EDIRNE, Turkey (AA): At least five people were killed when an inflatable boat carrying irregular migrants sank off Turkey’s northwestern Edirne province, security sources said on Sunday. The boat capsized off the coastal Sultanice town … Continued

Germany: Footballer Mesut Ozil sparks racism debate in Germany
24th Jul 2018

Germany: Footballer Mesut Ozil sparks racism debate in Germany

[Photo: Mesut Özil playing for Arsenal. Photo By Ronnie Macdonald from Chelmsford, United Kingdom/Creative Commons] By Ayhan Simsek BERLIN (AA): Footballer Mesut Ozil’s decision to quit Germany’s national team has sparked a divisive debate in the country on racism and … Continued

Turkey: 9 migrants die, 6 rescued in Mediterranean; 48 die near Tunisian coast
4th Jun 2018

Turkey: 9 migrants die, 6 rescued in Mediterranean; 48 die near Tunisian coast

By Leyla Ataman   ANTALYA, Turkey (AA): Nine migrants died, including 6 children, and six others were rescued after a speedboat sank in the Turkish Mediterranean, the Turkish Coast Guard said early Sunday. The ministry said 68 people were rescued … Continued

Muslim countries summit on Palestine reject US decision on Jerusalem
19th May 2018

Muslim countries summit on Palestine reject US decision on Jerusalem

By Burcu Arik and Ali Abo Rezeg   ISTANBUL (AA): The extraordinary summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) drew to a close late Friday following strong condemnations of Israeli killings of unarmed Palestinian protesters. A news conference was … Continued

Turkey: 17 migrants killed in minibus crash in eastern Turkey
30th Mar 2018

Turkey: 17 migrants killed in minibus crash in eastern Turkey

By Huseyin Yildiz   IGDIR, Turkey (AA): Seventeen undocumented migrants were killed and 36 injured when their minibus crashed into a light pole late Thursday in eastern Turkey, according to the province’s governor. The minibus caught fire after hitting the … Continued

Germany: Mosque attacked with Molotov cocktails
26th Mar 2018

Germany: Mosque attacked with Molotov cocktails

  By Mesut Zeyrek   COLOGNE, Germany (AA): At least three mosques came under attack in Germany on Sunday. In the first incident, a mosque in the central Kassel city was attacked with Molotov cocktails early morning. The attack caused … Continued

Turkey: Two killed, 6 injured in rocket attack from Syria on mosque
25th Jan 2018

Turkey: Two killed, 6 injured in rocket attack from Syria on mosque

By Ridvan Korkulutas   KILIS, Turkey (AA): Two civilians were killed and six injured, when a rocket fired by PYD/PKK terrorists from Syria struck a mosque in the Turkish border province of Kilis on Wednesday, according to the provincial governor. … Continued

Turkish Coast Guard pulls 132 from dinghies in Aegean
28th Dec 2017

Turkish Coast Guard pulls 132 from dinghies in Aegean

By Esber Ayaydin   IZMIR, Turkey (AA)  Three groups of migrants were saved as they attempted to cross from Turkey to the Greek island of Lesbos, the Turkish Coast Guard said Wednesday. The 132 migrants from Syria, Angola, Afghanistan, Eritrea, … Continued

Palestinian athlete who was barred entry into US to run in Turkey
25th Oct 2017

Palestinian athlete who was barred entry into US to run in Turkey

ANKARA (AA) – A Palestinian athlete denied entry to the U.S. for a race earlier this month has accepted an invitation from Turkey to take part in the Istanbul marathon. Mohammad al-Qadi, who has run nine international marathons in the … Continued

Somalia: Death toll from Mogadishu truck bombing rises to 270
16th Oct 2017

Somalia: Death toll from Mogadishu truck bombing rises to 270

By Mohammed Dhaysane   MOGADISHU, Somalia (AA):The death toll from Saturday’s suicide bombing in the Somali capital Mogadishu has climbed to well above 270, with just as many or more injured, a federal member of parliament said Sunday. MP Mahad … Continued

Turkey: 21 dead as refugee boat capsizes in Black Sea
23rd Sep 2017

Turkey: 21 dead as refugee boat capsizes in Black Sea

By Sahin Oktay, Tahir Turan Eroglu, Ibrahim Aktas, Sengul Oymak   KOCAELI, Turkey (AA): At least 21 people were killed when a fishing vessel carrying migrants sank in the Black Sea off northwestern Kocaeli province early Friday, Turkish Coast Guard … Continued

German far-right leader says German minister of Turkish origin should be disposed of
29th Aug 2017

German far-right leader says German minister of Turkish origin should be disposed of

BERLIN (AA) – Germany’s far-right leader has threatened the country’s ethnic-Turkish integration minister by saying they would soon “dispose of” the minister in Anatolia, local media reported Monday. Alexander Gauland, the top candidate for the right-wing populist Alternative for Germany … Continued

Over 120 people attended a landmark conference on the media reporting of Islam and Muslims. It was held jointly by The Muslim News and Society of Editors in London on September 15.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence event is to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to society. Over 850 people from diverse background, Muslim and non-Muslim, attended the gala dinner.

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