29th Dec 2013

Egypt: Students torch Cairo university, one killed

  Egyptian police shot a student dead Saturday at Cairo’s Al-Azhar university after Islamist students set fire to their university, health ministry officials said.   The 19-year-old student was killed as police entered the campus to confront protesters who torched … Continued

28th Dec 2013

Egypt: Three killed, 265 arrested in clashes during pro-Morsi protests

CAIRO, (Xinhua): At least three people have been killed nationwide in clashes between supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi and their opponents, the Interior Ministry said in a statement Friday. The statement said that the police arrested 265 people … Continued

28th Dec 2013

Libya: Four US military personnel briefly held in Tripoli

WASHINGTON, (Xinhua): Four American military personnel assigned to the U.S. embassy in Tripoli were released after being briefly detained by Libya’s Interior Ministry, U.S. officials said Friday. The four were believed to have been reviewing potential evacuation routes for diplomats … Continued

27th Dec 2013

South Sudan: Peace talks and continued fighting, more UN troops en route

Negotiators in Juba have said they made “good progress” in talks seeking to broker peace in South Sudan. Clashes continued in the oil-rich north, however, while the UN dispatched more peacekeeping personnel and hardware. Military and political representatives in South … Continued

27th Dec 2013

Egypt rounds up Muslim Brothers after bombings

The Egyptian government has continued a nationwide crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood in the wake of two bombings this week. Analysts fear more Muslim Brothers could turn to violence in response. Egypt’s military-led government has wasted no time acting on … Continued

26th Dec 2013

Egypt: Five wounded in explosion on bus in Cairo

CAIRO, (Xinhua): At least five people were wounded in a bomb attack on bus outside a school compound in the Nasr city district in the Egyptian capital of Cairo, a day after the government declared the Muslim Brotherhood as a … Continued

25th Dec 2013

South Sudan: ‘Thousands dead’ as UN votes to send more peacekeepers

The UN has said that thousands of people have been killed in South Sudan. Meanwhile, the UN Security Council has voted to almost double the number of peacekeepers in the country. The United Nations’ top humanitarian official in South Sudan … Continued

25th Dec 2013

Egyptian authorities arrest former PM Kandil

Authorities in Egypt have apprehended the former premier who had served under ousted President Mohammed Morsi. He was previously sentenced to one year in prison for failing to implement a court order dating back to 2011.  Egyptian state media and … Continued

24th Dec 2013

Egypt: Fatal blast causes many casualties and injuries in Mansoura

    An explosion at a police station in northern Egypt has claimed several lives and wounded dozens, according to security sources. Cairo has reportedly blamed the Muslim Brotherhood and declared it a “terrorist” group.  At least 14 people were … Continued

23rd Dec 2013

Egypt court jails three prominent anti-Mubarak activists

An Egyptian court has jailed three prominent anti-Mubarak activists for three years for organizing a protest without authorization. They were the first to be sentenced under a new law banning unlicensed rallies. The three leading figures of the 2011 uprising … Continued

23rd Dec 2013

South Sudan army loses control of Unity State capital as refugees flee fighting

    South Sudan’s army has admitted to losing control of the capital of the country’s oil-rich Unity State to the armed opposition. More than 60,000 people have fled their homes to escape the spreading unrest.  Forces loyal to former … Continued

22nd Dec 2013

Libya: Car bomb kills seven near Libya’s Benghazi

TRIPOLI, (Xinhua): A suicide car bomb killed at least seven people at an army base near the Libya’s eastern city of Benghazi on Sunday. The suicide bomber drove an explosives-packed car into the base, in Barsis, some 50 km (30 … Continued

22nd Dec 2013

Egypt charges Mursi, Hizbullah in prison break case

Egypt’s deposed president Mohammed Mursi and 132 others, including alleged members of Hamas and Hezbollah, will stand trial for a prison break and the murder of officers during the 2011 uprising, the prosecution said on Saturday. Almost 70 of the … Continued

22nd Dec 2013

South Sudan fighting kills over 500 in six days

Fighting escalated on Saturday in South Sudan, with a top commander in the country’s key oil-producing region defecting to the rebels and foreign governments scrambling to evacuate their nationals after hundreds were killed in six days of fighting. A US … Continued

21st Dec 2013

South Sudan: Three US servicemen wounded in aircraft shooting incident

KAMPALA, (Xinhua): Three military personnel were wounded when the incoming fire hit two U. S. aircraft flying to a rebel-held town in South Sudan, the Ugandan military disclosed on Saturday. The aircraft turned to the Ugandan capital Kampala after shot … Continued

21st Dec 2013

South Sudan: Kerry urges end to South Sudan violence as US sends envoy

The US has said it will dispatch a special envoy to South Sudan as a wave of ethnic violence sweeps the country. The UN, meanwhile, has expressed “grave alarm” as the number of fatalities rises. The US Secretary of State, … Continued

21st Dec 2013

Egypt: Clashes between militants and army turn deadly in Sinai

Militants killed two Egyptian soldiers in a gunfight in the Sinai peninsula Friday, as police in Cairo clashed with protesters demanding the reinstatement of deposed Islamist president Mohammed Mursi, security officials said. The two soldiers, both conscripts, died when a … Continued

20th Dec 2013

The Hague: ICC prosecutor seeks to delay Kenyatta war crimes trial

The International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor has requested judges delay the war crimes trial of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, citing inadequate evidence against the former leader.  ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said on Thursday that one of the prosecution’s key witnesses … Continued

20th Dec 2013

South Sudan: UN peacekeepers killed in South Sudan as fears of a civil war grow

Three United Nations peacekeepers have reportedly been killed in an attack on their base in South Sudan. Amid fears the country may be sliding into civil war, Western countries have been evacuating their nationals. India’s ambassador to the United Nations … Continued

20th Dec 2013

Egypt: Mubarak’s sons, former PM acquitted of corruption charges

  Egyptian courts acquitted Ahmed Shafiq, a former premier and presidential candidate, of corruption charges on Thursday, paving the way for his return more than a year after he fled abroad. The courts also acquitted the two sons of ousted … 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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