19th Jun 2015

US: White terrorist killing 9 at black church arrested

  Washington, (Xinhua): The white terrorist gunman suspected of killing nine African-Americans in a “hate crime” shooting in the southeastern U.S. city of Charleston, South Carolina, was caught on Thursday, law enforcement said. Dylann Roof [photo], a 21-year-old white man of … Continued

11th Jun 2015

US: Obama’s unauthorized, incomplete Iraq war strategy

  More than nine months, 2,000 airstrikes and 3,000 military advisors later, Congress still has not authorized the US war against the “Islamic State.” The White House now wants to deploy 450 advisors closer to the front The American bombs … Continued

1st Jun 2015

US police officers kill more than two people a day

[File photo]   US police have reportedly shot and killed 385 people over the past five months, a rate of more than two per day, reports the Washington Post. The figure is much higher than typical federal counts. The analysis … Continued

29th May 2015

US: Washington subway bans Prophet Muhammad ads

  The local transport authority in the US capital has prohibited all “issue” ads after an anti-Muslim group tried to place one depicting Muhammad in a cartoon. The move follows a similar ban in New York. The Washington transit authority … Continued

26th May 2015

Mexico: Tornado kills 13 in Mexican border with US

  [Image provided by the Direction of Social Communication of Coahuila State shows elements of the Secretary of National Defense removing debris on a street after a tornado in Acuna City, in Coahuila, Mexico, on May 25, 2015]   MEXICO … Continued

24th May 2015

US judge acquits white officer of killing black couple

  A US police officer who stood on the hood of a car and fired into the windshield, killing two unarmed black people, has been acquitted. A judge said he could not determine that the officer alone was responsible. A … Continued

23rd May 2015

Mexico: Dozens killed in shoot-out involving police

  Dozens of people have been killed in a shoot-out in Mexico. Details remain sketchy, but the clash is reported to have involved armed civilians and police officers. At least 39 people are reported to have been killed in the … Continued

22nd May 2015

US: Obama gives non-NATO ally status to Tunisia

  The US has designated Tunisia a major non-NATO ally, promising enhanced military cooperation. Tunisia, the starting point for the Arab Spring, faces growing security threats – especially from a destabilized Libya. President Barack Obama on Tuesday said Washington intended … Continued

20th May 2015

Mexico: 15 missing in Guerrero state

  At least 15 people have gone missing after an armed group briefly took control of the town of Chilapa in southwest Mexico. The town is at the center of a turf war between two rival drug gangs. Fifteen people … Continued

19th May 2015

US court allows YouTube to show ‘Innocence of Muslims’

  A US appeals court has ruled that YouTube should be allowed to show an uploaded film that sparked outrage in the Arab world. The video, “Innocence of Muslims,” depicted the Prophet Muhammad in a negative light. The 9th US … Continued

19th May 2015

Colombia: Massive mudslide in NW Colombia kills dozens

  More than 50 people have been killed and many more injured in northwest Colombia after flooding and a landslide, triggered by heavy rains. A local mayor said the death toll from the disaster could potentially double. At least 52 … Continued

18th May 2015

US: 9 killed in gang fight in Texas

  HOUSTON, (Xinhua): A fight between rival motorcycle gangs turned deadly Sunday at a restaurant in the U.S. state of Texas as nine people were killed and 18 others wounded, local media outlets reported. The brawl broke out at the … Continued

16th May 2015

US: Obama: War in Syria will not end before I leave office

[Photo: President Obama flanked by Kuwait’s emir, Sheik Sabah al Ahmed al Jabbar al Sabah, and Secretary of State John F. Kerry during a summit with Gulf Cooperation Council leaders at the presidential retreat at Camp David in Maryland]   In an interview … Continued

15th May 2015

US reassures Persian Gulf allies amid Iran alleged fears

  US President Barack Obama has reassured Persian Gulf allies of US support in the event of external aggression. Sunni Arab leaders have expressed concern about the ambitions of Iran, especially in Shiite-Sunni hotspots. In a closing press conference after … Continued

13th May 2015

US-Gulf summit: Obama’s balancing act

[Archive photo: Obama in Saudi Arabia earlier on]   Saudi King Salman’s last-minute cancellation has overshadowed US President Barack Obama’s summit with the Gulf states. The Saudis are responding to Obama’s rapprochement with Iran. Gero Schliess reports from Washington. “A … Continued

13th May 2015

US train derailment kills at least five

  A US passenger train has derailed near Philadelphia, killing several people. Multiple train cars rolled over in the crash and dozens of injured have been taken to local hospitals. The cause of the crash remains unknown. Emergency responders search … Continued

12th May 2015

US enters new phase of ‘war of terror’, with no clear way to fight it

  By Matthew Rusling WASHINGTON, (Xinhua): The United States has entered a new phase in the fight against terrorism as radicals are increasingly using the Internet to recruit people to carry out attacks on American soil, but Washington has yet … Continued

12th May 2015

US: Obama’s Gulf Summit at Camp David missing monarchs

  The two-day meeting at the Presidential country-retreat of Camp David in the Maryland mountains northwest of Washington, is a rare invitation from Obama to the six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). But the rulers of Saudi Arabia, … Continued

11th May 2015

Saudi king pulls out of US-Gulf meet

  Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has designated his newly appointed crown prince to attend a summit hosted by US president Obama. The leaders of Gulf nations are unnerved by international nuclear talks with their rival Iran. Instead of the Saudi … Continued

8th May 2015

US appeals court rules NSA bulk metadata sweep illegal

  A US court has ruled that the NSA has exceeded the scope of its mandate by collecting data from millions of Americans’ phone calls. The practice was brought to light by exiled whistleblower Edward Snowden. The ruling handed down … 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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