19th Mar 2015

Tunisia: Gunmen kill 19 injure 42 in museum

  Tunisian President Bejki Caid Essebsi has vowed to “exterminate” perpetrators of a gun attack that killed at least 19 people, mostly tourists, outside a museum. Security forces are hunting at least two men who fled. In a statement to … Continued

17th Mar 2015

Egypt seeks death penalty for Muslim Brotherhood leader

  An Egyptian court has condemned Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Mohammed Badie and 13 other people to death for planning attacks on police and army institutions that were “aimed at sowing chaos.” Egyptian policemen stand guard outside a court during … Continued

17th Mar 2015

Nigeria: Boko Haram ousted from key cities

  [Photo: Nigeria troops posing with a flag of Boko Haram after dismantling terrorists from their camp on Feb 26]    Nigeria’s army has said its troops have ousted Islamist group Boko Haram from the northeastern state of Yobe. The military … Continued

14th Mar 2015

Egypt: Between Cairo and Suez, Egypt wants to build new capital

  Plans are in the works for a brand new capital city not far from the current administrative seat. Gulf Arab allies have pledged billions in investments and central bank deposits for Egypt at an international summit. Housing Minister Mostafa … Continued

13th Mar 2015

Ebola death toll surpasses 10,000

  The World Health Organization has released new figures on the Ebola epidemic, which has plagued West Africa for over a year now. While it is isolated in other countries, the hemorrhagic fever rages on in two. The death toll … Continued

12th Mar 2015

Nigeria, Chad, Niger report success against Boko Haram

  Nigeria has reportedly recaptured 36 towns from Boko Haram. The successes come after the start of a four-nation military offensive with Chad, Cameroon and Niger. Nigerian national security spokesman Mike Omeri said four Boko Haram-controlled towns had fallen since … Continued

10th Mar 2015

Egypt: Suicide car bomb kills 2, wounds 33 in Sinai

[File photo]   CAIRO, (Xinhua): A suicide car bomb on Tuesday targeting a police camp in Egypt’s restive Sinai Peninsula killed two civilians and wounded at least 33 people, including 30 policemen, an official security source told Xinhua. The attack … Continued

8th Mar 2015

Nigeria: 54 killed in multiple suicide bombings

    [File photo of Boko Haram]   LAGOS, (Xinhua): Nigerian police have confirmed that 54 persons have been killed on Saturday and 146 others injured in five different bomb explosions detonated by suicide bombers, mostly females, in the northeast … Continued

8th Mar 2015

Nigeria: Boko Haram pledges allegiance to ‘Islamic State’

[Photo: Boko Haram Leader Abubakar Shekau] Nigeria’s militant Islamist group Boko Haram has sworn allegiance to the “Islamic State” (IS). The group is the latest in a string of militant organizations to lend their support to the terrorist group. In … Continued

7th Mar 2015

Nigeria: Boko Haram kills 9 in latest attack

[File photo]   ABUJA, (Xinhua): Boko Haram fighters killed at least nine people in a latest attack in Nigeria’s northeastern state of Borno, a police source told Xinhua on Friday. Throats of the nine people were slit by the terror … Continued

7th Mar 2015

Mali: Fatal shooting at restaurant in Bamako

    [Photo: A van draped with a French flag travels in Bamako]     Several people have been reported dead after a shooting attack at a restaurant in Mali’s capital Bamako. The victims are from Mali, Belgium and France. … Continued

6th Mar 2015

Nigerian ‘teenagers, elderly’ among scores killed by Boko Haram

  Gunmen have attacked the remote village of Njaba in northeast Nigeria, killing scores of residents, including many teenagers. Survivors and military sources have blamed Boko Haram insurgents. Survivors said as many as 68 people were killed in the dawn … Continued

3rd Mar 2015

Libya: Parliament picks controversial General as Army Chief

  Former Libyan general Khalifa Haftar was appointed as army commander for the country’s internationally-recognized government on Monday, in a decision that may complicate UN talks to end fighting in Libya. The appointment of Haftar, a former Gaddafi ally who … Continued

2nd Mar 2015

South Sudan: UN fears 100s of children kidnapped

    The United Nations children’s agency said Sunday it fears hundreds of boys were kidnapped last month in the northeast of South Sudan, raising suspicions that the abductors were from a pro-government militia. Last week UNICEF had estimated that … Continued

2nd Mar 2015

Egypt: Court lists Hamas as “terrorist organization”

    An Egyptian court on Saturday branded the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas a “terrorist” group over its alleged links with jihadists behind deadly attacks on security forces in the Sinai Peninsula. Hamas is an offshoot of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood … Continued

1st Mar 2015

Somalia: Two die in car explosion in Mogadishu

MOGADISHU, (Xinhua): Two people died and four others injured in a car explosion in Mogadishu on Saturday evening. Police at the scene told Xinhua that they tried to stop the car in a police blockade in the capital’s Hodan district … Continued

1st Mar 2015

Egypt sentences 4 Brotherhood members to death

An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced four Muslim Brotherhood members to death and 14 leading members to life in prison, over charges of inciting violence that led to the killing of protesters demonstrating outside the group’s headquarters in 2013. Muslim … Continued

25th Feb 2015

Nigeria: Suicide bombers kill 12 at Kano bus station

  ABUJA, (Xinhua): At least 12 people were killed in a suicide bomb attack at a bus station in the northwestern Nigeria’s city of Kano on Tuesday, barely five hours after a similar blast hit a crowded bus station in … Continued

25th Feb 2015

Tunisia arrests 100 suspected ISIS-linked militants

    Tunisia arrested about 100 suspected militants in the last three days, some of whom were preparing attacks, officials claimed on Tuesday. The Tunisian government also published video footage showing evidence of an Islamic State in Iraq and Syria … Continued

25th Feb 2015

Egypt acquits Mubarak-era ministers as Sisi widens security crackdown

    An Egyptian court on Tuesday acquitted a former prime minister and an ex-interior minister of corruption charges in a retrial, the latest reversal of verdicts against officials who served under dictator Hosni Mubarak. Ex-premier Ahmed Nazif [photo above] … Continued

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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