Jammu & Kashmir: Hundreds detained, one shot dead, during Modi visit
8th Nov 2015

Jammu & Kashmir: Hundreds detained, one shot dead, during Modi visit

By Zahid Rafiq   SRINAGAR, Jammu Kashmir, India [J&K] (AA & Greater Kashmir): Amid a severe curfew imposed by Indian authorities in Jammu Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the disputed region Sunday to address a rally in the heavily … Continued

Turkish Coast Guard rescues 255 refugees
7th Nov 2015

Turkish Coast Guard rescues 255 refugees

ANKARA (AA): The Turkish Coast Guard rescued 255 refugees in Thursday operations off the country’s western coast, the military said on Friday. Eleven refugees were found aboard an inflatable boat drifting off Izmir’s resort town of Cesme, while 35 others … Continued

UK: Cameron says delayed Brotherhood report due soon
6th Nov 2015

UK: Cameron says delayed Brotherhood report due soon

LONDON (AA): U.K. leader David Cameron has said a delayed British government review into the Muslim Brotherhood organization will be published later this year. Cameron was speaking amid a visit to his country by Egyptian leader Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. President … Continued

UK: Ahead of Sisi’s UK trip, protests fall on deaf ears
4th Nov 2015

UK: Ahead of Sisi’s UK trip, protests fall on deaf ears

By Michael S. Daventry   LONDON (AA): Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s visit to London this week has caused activists to question Britain’s self-professed commitment to human rights. Sisi will arrive in the city on Wednesday afternoon following an invitation … Continued

Rohingya Council calls for Rohingya ‘genocide’ inquiry
3rd Nov 2015

Rohingya Council calls for Rohingya ‘genocide’ inquiry

By Satuk Bugra Kutlugun   ANKARA (AA): The European Rohingya Council has underlined its support for a report that claims that Myanmar’s government, army and police are responsible for genocide against the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority, and has reiterated its call for an investigation by the United Nations. … Continued

Greece: 4 dead as migrant boats sink off Lesbos island
1st Nov 2015

Greece: 4 dead as migrant boats sink off Lesbos island

CANAKKALE/BALIKESIR, Turkey (AA): At least four migrants, three of them children, were killed as three boats sank off the Greek island of Lesbos in the Aegean Sea, Turkish security sources said late Saturday. More than 100 migrants, mostly from Afghanistan, were … Continued

Bangladesh: Publisher hacked to death
1st Nov 2015

Bangladesh: Publisher hacked to death

By Mainul Islam Khan   DHAKA, (AA): Publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan was killed in a knife attack Saturday at his office in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, police said. Dipan, 43, had published a book authored by secular blogger Avijit Roy, who … Continued

Greece: Seven refugees die off Greek islands
29th Oct 2015

Greece: Seven refugees die off Greek islands

By Magda Panoutsopoulou   ATHENS (AA): At least seven refugees, including an elderly woman and two young children drowned when at least three boats capsized off Greek islands Wednesday, Greek Coast Guard said. In the first incident, an elderly woman, a five-year-old boy … Continued

Yemen: Saudi-led coalition airstrikes hit hospital
28th Oct 2015

Yemen: Saudi-led coalition airstrikes hit hospital

Human Rights Watch: The airstrikes by a Saudi-led coalition on a hospital in northern Yemen supported by Doctors Without Borders (Medecins Sans Frontiers, MSF) on October 26, 2015, was in apparent violation of the laws of war, Human Rights Watch … Continued

Libya: More than 40 bodies found off coast of western Libya
26th Oct 2015

Libya: More than 40 bodies found off coast of western Libya

TRIPOLI, (AA): Rescue teams have recovered the bodies of at least 40 people — thought to be drowned migrants — off the shore of western Libya, local sources said Sunday. Mahmoud al-Misrati, a spokesman for the Libyan Red Crescent, told … Continued

India writers, intellectuals protest mounting ‘intolerance’ under Modi
23rd Oct 2015

India writers, intellectuals protest mounting ‘intolerance’ under Modi

By Ahmad Adil     SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir, India (AA): Mounting intolerance in India — and perceived government silence in regards to it — has triggered a vertical divide in the country’s intellectual class. As a way of registering … Continued

India: Two young children gang-raped in New Delhi
18th Oct 2015

India: Two young children gang-raped in New Delhi

By Shuriah Niazi   NEW DELHI, (AA): Two minors were gang-raped in separate incidents in the Indian capital New Delhi on Friday evening, police said. In the first incident, a two-year-old girl was picked up by two men on a motorbike from the … Continued

Turkey: Two die as refugee boat sinks off Aegean coast
15th Oct 2015

Turkey: Two die as refugee boat sinks off Aegean coast

IZMIR (AA): Two people have died after a boat carrying refugees — most of them Syrian — sank in the Aegean Sea off Turkey’s southwestern Izmir coast on Wednesday. According to a statement from the provincial governorship the incident took place off the … Continued

Afghanistan: Obama apologises to aid group for deadly airstrike
8th Oct 2015

Afghanistan: Obama apologises to aid group for deadly airstrike

WASHINGTON (AA) : President Barack Obama apologized to Doctors Without Borders International President Joanne Liu during a phone call Wednesday morning, following a deadly strike on one of the group’s medical facilities in Afghanistan. Obama “assured Dr. Liu that the Department … Continued

Afghanistan: US Gen shifts hospital bombing blame to Afghans
6th Oct 2015

Afghanistan: US Gen shifts hospital bombing blame to Afghans

WASHINGTON (AA): Deadly U.S. airstrikes on a medical clinic in northern Afghanistan were not requested by U.S forces but by Afghan troops under a Taliban attack, a top U.S. general said Monday. “We have now learned that on Oct. 3, Afghan forces … Continued

Afghanistan: US Kunduz hospital bombing deaths increase to 22
5th Oct 2015

Afghanistan: US Kunduz hospital bombing deaths increase to 22

ANKARA (AA): The death toll from Saturday’s bombing of a hospital in northern Afghanistan has risen to 22, operator Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said Sunday.  “It is 12 MSF staff members and 10 patients, including three children, who were killed … Continued

Afghanistan: US airstrikes on hospital kills 19, incl 3 children, in Kunduz
4th Oct 2015

Afghanistan: US airstrikes on hospital kills 19, incl 3 children, in Kunduz

KABUL/NEW YORK (AA): US airstrikes in the northern Afghan city of Kunduz on hospital killed 19 and wounded 37 people early Saturday morning, Afghan health officials said. Although the country’s interior ministry said Taliban militants were targeted, medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said at least 12 … Continued

Afghanistan: US airstrike on hospital kills 9, injures dozens
3rd Oct 2015

Afghanistan: US airstrike on hospital kills 9, injures dozens

By Zabihullah Tamanna   JALALABAD, (AA): An Afghan health official has said a U.S. air strike on a hospital early Saturday morning in northern Kunduz city has killed and wounded dozens of people. Although the country’s interior ministry said Taliban militants … Continued

Jamaica: Cameron rejects UK slavery reparations on Jamaica visit
1st Oct 2015

Jamaica: Cameron rejects UK slavery reparations on Jamaica visit

LONDON (AA): David Cameron has dismissed Jamaican calls to make reparations for Britain’s role in the slave trade at the start of an official visit. The UK Prime Minister said he hoped the Caribbean region could “move on” and help … Continued

Myanmar: Doubts mount about country’s election as Muslims excluded
28th Sep 2015

Myanmar: Doubts mount about country’s election as Muslims excluded

By Joshua Carroll   YANGON,  (AA): Myanmar election officials have released the final list of candidates to stand in a highly anticipated general election on Nov. 8. However, more than a hundred including many Muslims were controversially excluded from the … 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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