30th May 2014

Iraq: 32 killed in separate violent attacks across Iraq

BAGHDAD, (Xinhua): A total of 32 people were killed and ten others wounded in separate violent attacks across Iraq on Thursday, security and medical sources said. In Iraq’s eastern province of Diyala, Iraqi security forces carried out an offensive against … Continued

28th May 2014

US: Obama outlines Afghanistan plans post 2014

Nearly 10,000 US troops will remain in Afghanistan after the US ends its combat mission there at the end of this year. President Barack Obama says those that remain will be gradually scaled back over the next two years. President … Continued

26th May 2014

Afghanistan: Five Afghan soldiers killed in bomb attacks within day

KABUL, (Xinhua): Five Afghan soldiers have been killed in separate bombings within 24 hours across the country, said the country’s Defense Ministry on Monday. “Five Afghan National Army (ANA) personnel were martyred in roadside bomb attacks over the past 24 … Continued

26th May 2014

Lebanon: Nasrallah: Pro-Israeli project against Resistance is crumbling

  By Chloe Benoist The axis of resistance will achieve victory against its opponents in Lebanon and in Syria, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said in a speech on Sunday. “The project against the resistance is crumbling. The resistance axis will … Continued

25th May 2014

Bahrain: Nabeel Rajab, Bahrain’s rights activist, freed

  Bahrain released one of the Arab world’s best-known activists on Saturday after he served a two-year jail sentence for his role in pro-democracy protests in the US-allied kingdom, his son said and his lawyer said. Nabeel Rajab, co-founder and … Continued

24th May 2014

Turkey: Okmeydanı violence takes dangerous turn as two killed in clashes

  Istanbul, (Today’s Zaman) Violence which has flared up in Okmeydanı, an İstanbul neighborhood which is home to an Alevi community, between balaclava-clad and stone-wielding protesters and the police since Thursday has reached an alarming state, with two people dead … Continued

25th May 2014

Yemen: Al-Qa’ida ambush kills 30

  At least 30 people were killed in an overnight raid by gunmen on a city in southeastern Yemen, residents and a local official said on Saturday, as al-Qaeda continues its fightback against a government offensive in the country. Armed … Continued

23rd May 2014

Iraq: Attacks in Baghdad kill 11 Shi’a Muslim pilgrims

  [Archive photo]   BAGHDAD, (Xinhua): At least 11 Shiite pilgrims were killed and 43 others wounded in three attacks in Iraq’s capital city of Baghdad on Thursday, a police source said. Seven Shiite pilgrims were killed and 21 others … Continued

21st May 2014

Bahrain sacks MP for criticizing prison conditions

  Bahrain’s parliament on Tuesday sacked an MP who had criticized conditions at a prison where inmates are mostly anti-government activists held over protests. Parliament speaker Khalifa al-Dhahrani said 31 MPs out of the 40-member chamber voted to eject Osama … Continued

20th May 2014

The Netherlands: Dutch Govt rushing envoy to Saudi Arabia over anti-Islam spat

   [Photo:  Geert Wilders] By P K Abdul Ghafour Jeddah, (Arab News): The Dutch government is sending an envoy to Riyadh this week for high-level talks after the Kingdom slapped indirect sanctions on the European country because a far-right Dutch … Continued

20th May 2014

Iraq: Maliki wins largest share of parliamentary seat

  Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki won the largest share of Iraqi parliamentary seats in last month’s national elections, according to preliminary results released on Monday. The results dealt a blow to rivals seeking to prevent him serving a third term. … Continued

16th May 2014

Iraq: 22 people killed in attacks across Iraq

  BAGHDAD, (Xinhua): A total of 22 people were killed and 65 others wounded in separate attacks and suicide bombings across Iraq on Thursday, security and medical sources said. The deadliest attack of the day occurred in the Iraqi capital … Continued

16th May 2014

Syria: Dozens dead in Syria border blast near Turkey

  A massive car bomb killed dozens of people on the Syrian side of the Bab al-Salama border crossing with Turkey on Thursday, a monitoring group and online activists said. Gruesome photographs posted online by witnesses showed shocked men standing … Continued

15th May 2014

Turkey mourns victims of tragic mine blast, 282 killed

Relatives wait for survivors outside of Soma mine in the western province of Manisa. (Photo: Today’s Zaman) Istanbul (Today’s Zaman): Rescuers desperately raced against time to reach hundreds of miners trapped underground on Wednesday after an explosion and fire at … Continued

14th May 2014

Turkey: 201 killed, hundreds trapped by coal mine explosion

    [Trapped workers are pulled from a mine following an explosion of a power distribution unit underground in Soma, in the western Turkish province of Manisa, May 13. AA Photo]   Hurriyet Daily News: Some 201 coal miners were … Continued

13th May 2014

Syrian rebels agreed to swap 1,500 families for prisoners, food

  Syrian rebels have agreed to free 1,500 families in exchange for food and the release of jailed opponents of President Bashar al-Assad, a newspaper close to his government said Monday. The reported agreement involves the release of families held … Continued

13th May 2014

Yemen: US drone kills six people

A drone strike in eastern Yemen killed six people on Monday, tribal sources said, in the first such raid since the army launched an offensive against jihadists last month. The pilotless aircraft targeted a vehicle carrying “al-Qaeda members” near Al-Husun, … Continued

12th May 2014

Iraq: Twenty soldiers killed by militants

  Militants attacked a military base in north Iraq, kidnapped 20 soldiers and later shot them dead, police and a morgue employee said on Sunday. The soldiers were abducted by a large group of militants in several vehicles from a … Continued

10th May 2014

Yemen: Nine killed in armed clashes near presidential palace

ADEN, (Xinhua): Armed clashes erupted between Yemeni security forces and unknown gunmen near the Presidential Palace in the capital Sanaa on Friday evening, leaving six soldiers and three attackers killed, a security official said. “Unknown gunmen raided a security checkpoint … Continued

10th May 2014

Pakistan: Nawaz’s crucial visit to Iran, will it improve relations?

[Pakistan-Iran relations, long marked by cold formality, were recently jolted out of their stage-managed civility by a series of unusual events.Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif – File photo] Dr Simbal Khan Dawn: Critical developments within 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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