South Sudan: Soldiers accused of raping children
26th Aug 2015

South Sudan: Soldiers accused of raping children

NEW YORK (AA): South Sudanese government forces have raped children and razed to the ground entire villages during its recent offensive that began in April in Unity state, according to UN experts. [West called South Sudan before its cessation from the Sudan as “Christian … Continued

France: Paris, London sign agreement on Calais migrants’ crisis
21st Aug 2015

France: Paris, London sign agreement on Calais migrants’ crisis

PARIS (AA):  France’s Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve and U.K. Home Secretary Theresa May signed a cooperation agreement Thursday for reinforced security measures around the Channel Tunnel. The agreement calls for the establishment of a new “command and control center” to be set up … Continued

Libya: 40 people drown in latest Mediterranean tragedy
16th Aug 2015

Libya: 40 people drown in latest Mediterranean tragedy

ROME (AA): At least 40 migrants have died after their vessel sank in the Mediterranean Sea, 33 kilometers [21 miles] north of the Libyan coast. The Italian navy, which rescued 312 people caught up in the incident, said early Saturday that … Continued

UK Egyptians mark 2-year anniversary of Cairo killings
16th Aug 2015

UK Egyptians mark 2-year anniversary of Cairo killings

LONDON (AA): Egyptians in the U.K. are commemorating their compatriots killed in 2013 violence in Cairo. Campaigners in London joined ‘Rabia London’ from different cities in the U.K., protesting the killings by driving slowly through the capital’s streets, reported an … Continued

CAR: Head CAR peacekeeper resigns amid allegations of sex abuse
13th Aug 2015

CAR: Head CAR peacekeeper resigns amid allegations of sex abuse

BANGUI, Central African Republic (AA): Babacar Gaye, head of the UN peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA), resigned on Wednesday shortly after the UN announced the launch of investigations into allegations that MINUSCA peacekeepers had raped a 12-year-old local … Continued

US: We try to avoid civilian deaths in Syrian airstrikes, as civilians killed
13th Aug 2015

US: We try to avoid civilian deaths in Syrian airstrikes, as civilians killed

WASHINGTON (AA): US.-led coalition forces have taken every effort to avoid civilian casualties in conducting airstrikes in northern Syria, the State Department said Wednesday. Spokesman Mark Toner said he was “not aware” of attacks in the village of Atmeh in which … Continued

Pakistan child abuse scandal exposes lack of protection
13th Aug 2015

Pakistan child abuse scandal exposes lack of protection

By Aamir Latif   KARACHI, (AA): Outrage over a scandal involving the abuse of hundreds of children has propelled Pakistani child rights activists to push for new child protection laws. The small northeastern town of Hussein Khanwala, not far from … Continued

Mexico: Women, children among 20 abducted in Olinala
11th Aug 2015

Mexico: Women, children among 20 abducted in Olinala

By Nancy Caouette   MEXICO CITY (AA): The archbishop of Guerrero on Monday denounced recent attacks against members of a vigilante group in the state, including the abduction of 20  individuals. “It is urgent that the authorities coordinate their actions with the … Continued

US: White officer fatally shoots unarmed black student
9th Aug 2015

US: White officer fatally shoots unarmed black student

NEW YORK (AA): A white police officer shot and killed a 19-year-old unarmed black student in Texas, American media reported Saturday. Christian Taylor, sophomore American football player at Angelo State University, allegedly drove his car through the showroom glass doors of a car dealership … Continued

Libya: 25 dead as boat capsizes off Libya coast, 400 rescued
6th Aug 2015

Libya: 25 dead as boat capsizes off Libya coast, 400 rescued

By Fatih Erel   GENEVA (AA): A boat estimated to be carrying up to 600 migrants capsized off Libya coast on Wednesday, with nearly 400 of them rescued and 25 bodies recovered so far, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) has said. … Continued

‘Over 2,000 migrants die’ trying to cross Mediterranean
5th Aug 2015

‘Over 2,000 migrants die’ trying to cross Mediterranean

GENEVA (AA): More than 2,000 migrants have died so far in 2015 while trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa to reach Europe, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday. “Over 2,000 migrants have died so … Continued

Ethiopian court jails Muslim activists, journalist
4th Aug 2015

Ethiopian court jails Muslim activists, journalist

ADDIS ABABA, (AA): An Ethiopian court on Monday slapped four leaders of a local Muslim group, a journalist and 13 others with hefty jail terms for “incitement” and “terrorism”. All of those sentenced, who have remained in police custody for … Continued

Egypt: 200 Brotherhood members rounded up in 1 week
3rd Aug 2015

Egypt: 200 Brotherhood members rounded up in 1 week

CAIRO (AA): Security forces have rounded up 19 members of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood in fresh security sweeps, bringing the total number of group members detained over the past week to 200, according to Egypt’s Interior Ministry. In a statement … Continued

Myanmar: UN warns of increasing death toll in floods
2nd Aug 2015

Myanmar: UN warns of increasing death toll in floods

By Joshua Carroll YANGON, (AA): Forecasters warned Sunday that heavy monsoon rains wreaking havoc across Myanmar are set to continue for at least the next two days as rescuers remained unable to reach many villages in the country’s worst-hit areas. … Continued

France, UK seek to send Calais migrants back
31st Jul 2015

France, UK seek to send Calais migrants back

By Andrew Jay Rosenbaum ANKARA (AA): After more than 1,500 migrants attempted to storm trains using the underground rail link between Great Britain and France this week, both countries are moving to end the chaos at Eurotunnel’s terminal at Calais. The situation outside … Continued

Bosnia: 30 victims from Bosnian War buried in Prijedor
21st Jul 2015

Bosnia: 30 victims from Bosnian War buried in Prijedor

PRIJEDOR, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AA): The remains of 30 Bosniaks killed by Serb forces in the Prijedor area of northwestern Bosnia in 1992 were buried Monday after their bodies were located in different mass graves, and identified. “Today is a day that illustrates the traitorous … Continued

Bangladesh court orders new war crimes death sentence
16th Jul 2015

Bangladesh court orders new war crimes death sentence

    By Mainul Islam Khan DHAKA,  (AA): A Bangladeshi special court has handed down the latest in a line of death sentences to a former political activist prosecuted for war crimes. On Thursday, the International Crimes Tribunal, a domestic court, found Forkan Malik guilty of … Continued

Bosnia: 136 Srebrenica genocide victims make last journey
10th Jul 2015

Bosnia: 136 Srebrenica genocide victims make last journey

[Photo: Relatives mourn near the coffins of the victims of Srebrenica massacre, in the old battery factory used as a base by the UN soldiers during the war, in Potocari on July 9, 2015, ahead of the mass burial of … Continued

Thailand: 90 Uighur Muslims ‘sent back’ to China
9th Jul 2015

Thailand: 90 Uighur Muslims ‘sent back’ to China

[People walk at the streets of Kashgar city, in northwestern China’s Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region on July 08, 2015. Mahmut Atanur/Anadolu Agency]   By CS Thana and Max Constant   BANGKOK (AA): The Thai government confirmed Thursday that it had deported 90 … Continued

Nepal’s Christians, Muslims slam draft constitution
7th Jul 2015

Nepal’s Christians, Muslims slam draft constitution

[Nepalese walk at Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal. Photo: Ali Kemal Akan/ Anadolu Agency]   Deepak Adhikari KATHMANDU, Nepal (AA):  Nepali Christian and Muslim leaders have protested a draft of a long-delayed republican constitution for failing to honor pledges made by previous governments … 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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