Scrolling news:

Iraq: US seeks verification of ‘Islamic State’ beheading of journalist James Foley

Japan: Torrential rains unleash deadly landslide killing a dozen people in Hiroshima

Palestine: Three Palestinians killed, incl 3 year-old child, in Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City

Palestine: Dozens Palestinians abducted by Israeli forces in West Bank, Jerusalem

Palestine: Israeli army demolishes cave housing family near Bethlehem

Palestine: Several Palestinians kidnapped by Israeli forces in West Bank, Israeli settlers attack cars

Palestine: Israel bombs Gaza, withdraws negotiators from Cairo

Pakistan: 18 suspected militants killed in fresh NWA, Khyber airstrikes

US: Ferguson curfew lifted, Obama appeals for restraint

Iraq: Obama says Mosul Dam retaken from extremists with US help

Palestine: Palestinian female detainee denied family visits since her arrest in 2012

Palestine: Nine Palestinians kidnapped by Israeli soldiers from West Bank, Jerusalem

Palestine: Israeli army detonates two homes in Hebron, seals one with concrete blocs

Palestine: Six Palestinians kidnapped by Israeli forces in West Bank

Syria: Airstrikes kill 31 terrorists in Raqqa city

Palestine: Body recovered in Shujaiyya a month after ‘massacre’ by Israel

Palestine: Hamas says Israel stalling on agreement as Gaza death toll hits 2016

US: Curfew imposed for second night in Ferguson, Missouri

Palestine: Palestinian arrested filming Israeli settlers throwing stones in W Bank

Israel: 5 of 64 Israeli soldiers killed in Gaza invasion were killed by ‘Friendly Fire’

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Issue 288 – April 2013

Thatcher’s Legacy: divided views

With a career as long, as impactful and as world-changing as that of Baroness Thatcher, there is a danger that we might overlook many of her important achievements.

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  • Legacy of ‘The Iron Lady’

    Legacy of ‘The Iron Lady’

    Despite what one says about Margaret Thatcher, her place in history has already been written as one of the most influential British leaders in recent times. Some, like David Cameron, considers her as the greatest peacetime Prime Minister, someone who saved the country.

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  • The Maasai: A plight for ancestral access

    There is cultural symbolism behind the way people treat those with drastically different lifestyles from their own. It is a reflection of the way that society interprets “being civilised.”

Health and Science

  • Scientists hope to eradicate Polio by 2018

    For the past few decades international efforts have been focused on the global eradication of polio. Over a quarter of a century of polio vaccine programmes across the globe have made a huge impact on eradicating this disease from many countries.


  • Sport brief

    Olympic legend Michael Johnson has warned Mo Farah he risks ruining his reputation by running only half the London Marathon for a monster pay-off believed to be £750,000.


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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