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Palestine: 3 more Gazans die of wounds, death toll rises to 65

Muslim countries summit on Palestine reject US decision on Jerusalem

Weekly Report: Israeli Human Rights violations in Occupied Palestinian Territory (10–16 May)

Palestine: Over 1,000 children injured in Gaza since March 30

UK: Moon sighting for Ramadan

Palestine: Gaza death toll from Israeli fire rises to 62, incl 8 month old baby, over 3100 injured

Palestine: 58 Palestinian civilians killed by Israeli troops in Gaza, no condemnation by UK

41 Palestinians killed by Israeli gunfire in Gaza as US & Israel celebrate US Embassy opening in Jerusalem

Indonesia: church bombings leave 13 dead, 43 injured

Palestine: Palestinian family survives second Israeli settler arson attack

South Africa: Murder of Shi’a Muslim in mosque condemned by all Muslims

Palestine: Gazans return en masse to Israel border, one killed, hundreds injured

Weekly Report on Israeli Human Rights violations in Occupied Palestinian Territory (3 – 9 May)

Germany: Berlin court insists on headscarf ban

Germany sees 1,075 Islamophobic crimes in 2017

Jammu and Kashmir: 6 civilians killed by Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir

France: French proposal lead by former President and PM want changes in verses of Qur’an

Jammu and Kashmir: Indian forces kill 3 suspected militants in Kashmir, mows down a protester

Palestine: Israeli excessive force in Gaza exacerbates suffering of children: UNICEF

Palestine: Israeli soldiers injure over 1140 Gazans including children on Friday

Iraq: Suicide bombing in eastern Baghdad market kills 6
9th Jan 2017

Iraq: Suicide bombing in eastern Baghdad market kills 6

By Ibrahim Saleh   BAGHDAD (AA): At least six Iraqi civilians were killed when a suicide bomber struck a market in eastern Baghdad on Sunday, according to a police source. Police Officer Hatem al-Jabri told Anadolu Agency the incident in … Continued

Iraq: 4,500 Iraqis flee Mosul amid offensive
9th Jan 2017

Iraq: 4,500 Iraqis flee Mosul amid offensive

By Gulsen Topcu   MOSUL (AA): A total of 4,500 civilians have fled northern Iraqi city of Mosul over the past three days as government forces launched the second phase of battles to retake the city form Daesh terrorists, an … Continued

Iraq: Car bomb kills 13 civilians in Sadr city, Baghdad
8th Jan 2017

Iraq: Car bomb kills 13 civilians in Sadr city, Baghdad

By Amer al-Hassani   BAGHDAD (AA):– At least 13 civilians were killed and 50 others injured when a car bomb detonated near a public market in eastern Baghdad, according to a security source. Daesh has claimed responsibilty. The explosion hit … Continued

Syria: Car bomb kills 60 mostly civilians in Azaz
7th Jan 2017

Syria: Car bomb kills 60 mostly civilians in Azaz

By Halit Suleyman and Ayse Aktas   AZAZ, (AA): At least 60 people were killed Saturday by a car bomb attack in Aleppo’s opposition-held Azaz district in northwestern Syria, according to a pro-opposition Syrian civil defense official. An explosive-laden vehicle … Continued

Saudi Arabia: Former Pakistani army chief to lead Islamic military
7th Jan 2017

Saudi Arabia: Former Pakistani army chief to lead Islamic military

By Aamir Latif   KARACHI, Pakistan (AA) – Pakistan’s former army chief, General Raheel Sharif has been appointed as commander of the 34-nation Islamic military alliance against terrorism at its headquarters in Saudi capital Riyadh, Pakistan’s defense minister Khawaja Asif … Continued

Turkey: Turkish leaders decry terror attack at Izmir courthouse
6th Jan 2017

Turkey: Turkish leaders decry terror attack at Izmir courthouse

ANKARA (AA): Turkish leaders have condemned Thursday the terrorist attack near the main courthouse in Turkey’s western coastal city of Izmir, which left a police officer and an officer of the court killed and five others injured. According to Izmir … Continued

Iraq: Massive suicide bombing kills 14 in Iraq’s Mosul
5th Jan 2017

Iraq: Massive suicide bombing kills 14 in Iraq’s Mosul

By Ahmed Qassem   NINEVEH, (AA);  At least 14 civilians were killed, including women and children, and another 32 injured in a suicide bombing that rocked Mosul on Wednesday, according to an Iraqi security source. Iraqi Federal Police officer Adnan … Continued

Iraqi forces capture strategic districts of Mosul
4th Jan 2017

Iraqi forces capture strategic districts of Mosul

By Ahmed Qassem and Ibrahim Saleh   NINEVEH,(AA): Iraqi forces on Tuesday captured a major district of Daesh-held Mosul amid an ongoing army offensive aimed at ousting the terrorist group from the northern city. “Iraqi forces have taken Mosul’s southeastern … Continued

Iraq: 4 police killed in suicide bombing in Samarra
3rd Jan 2017

Iraq: 4 police killed in suicide bombing in Samarra

By Ali Cevad-Muhammed Abdulaziz   SAMARRA, (AA): At least four police officers were killed here in a suicide attack in Samarra, a military source told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday. A pair of bombers wearing vests raided a police station and … Continued

Iraq: Suicide bombing kills 7 near Najaf
2nd Jan 2017

Iraq: Suicide bombing kills 7 near Najaf

By Ali Jawad   BAGHDAD (AA): A suicide bombing killed seven policemen and injured dozens near Iraq’s southern city of Najaf on Sunday. Three bombers blew themselves up at a security checkpoint in al-Qadisiyya, north-west of Najaf, after an exchange … Continued

Afghanistan Shia Muslim mosque blast hurts 6
1st Jan 2017

Afghanistan Shia Muslim mosque blast hurts 6

By Islam Sajid   ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AA): At least six people were hurt in an explosion near a mosque in western Afghanistan on Sunday evening, security sources have said. A device went off near the Imam Baqir Shia mosque in … Continued

Turkey: Victims of Istanbul terror attack identified
1st Jan 2017

Turkey: Victims of Istanbul terror attack identified

By Mehmet Tosun and Kemal Karadag   ANKARA (AA): Thirty-eight victims of the Istanbul nightclub attack have been identified, Turkish justice ministry sources said late on Sunday. At least 39 people, including a police officer, died after an attacker opened … Continued

Iraq: Twin bombing kills 24 in Baghdad
31st Dec 2016

Iraq: Twin bombing kills 24 in Baghdad

By Ibrahim Salih   BAGHDAD (AA): At least 24 people were killed and dozens injured in a twin bombing claimed by Daesh terrorist group in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Saturday, according to security and health officials. Two bombers detonated … Continued

Syria: Nationwide cease-fire underway
30th Dec 2016

Syria: Nationwide cease-fire underway

ANKARA (AA): A nationwide cease-fire in Syria took effect at midnight (2200GMT) Dec. 30, after a deal was brokered with Turkey, Russia and the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Within the scope of the cease-fire, warring parties pledged to … Continued

Turkey, Russia agree on nationwide Syria cease-fire bid
28th Dec 2016

Turkey, Russia agree on nationwide Syria cease-fire bid

ANKARA (AA): Turkey and Russia have agreed on a plan for the warring parties in Syria to declare a nationwide cease-fire, a confidential Turkish source said Wednesday. The plan is expected to be carried out in all areas where the … Continued

Syria: Evacuation from eastern Aleppo in Syria ‘now complete’
23rd Dec 2016

Syria: Evacuation from eastern Aleppo in Syria ‘now complete’

By Halit Suleyman and Ayse Aktas   IDLIB, Syria (AA): The evacuation of civilians and opposition fighters from former opposition strongholds in Syria’s eastern Aleppo is now complete, Anadolu Agency correspondents in the area witnessed late Thursday. According to the … Continued

Turkey:  Six released in probe into Russian envoy’s murder
22nd Dec 2016

Turkey: Six released in probe into Russian envoy’s murder

By Ferdi Uzun AYDIN, Turkey (AA): Six people, who were arrested in the aftermath of the murder of the Russia’s envoy to Turkey, were released on Thursday, police sources said. Altintas’s parents, sister, two uncles and aunt were released early … Continued

Afghanistan: 5 female airport staff killed in Kandahar
18th Dec 2016

Afghanistan: 5 female airport staff killed in Kandahar

By Shadi Khan Saif   KABUL, (AA): Gunmen killed five women who worked at the Kandahar International Airport in southern Afghanistan while they were en route to their workplace early Saturday morning, Afghan media quoting local officials said. The women … Continued

Turkey: 14 soldiers killed in central Turkey terror attack
18th Dec 2016

Turkey: 14 soldiers killed in central Turkey terror attack

By Ferdi Turkten, Ilhan Toprak, Tuba Karahan and Tevfik Isik   KAYSERI, (AA): A suicide car bomb attack on Saturday killed 14 soldiers and wounded 55 others in the central Turkish province of Kayseri, according to local sources. Interior Minister … Continued

Syria: Second civilian convoy from east Aleppo reaches safety
16th Dec 2016

Syria: Second civilian convoy from east Aleppo reaches safety

By Handan Kazanci   ISTANBUL (AA): The second convoy of civilians from eastern Aleppo has reached an opposition-controlled area, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday. “Our efforts continue for Aleppo. 2nd convoy of 16 buses carrying civilians reached … 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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