Jammu & Kashmir: Procuring oxygen made difficult for Kashmir charities
7th May 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: Procuring oxygen made difficult for Kashmir charities

India-administered Kashmir govt asked manufacturers to stop supplying oxygen to Kashmiri charities & ordered medical staff at govt health institutions to stop speaking to media.

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Alibaba’s Jack Ma Foundation chooses African business idols
6th May 2021

African Business Heroes, flagship of Jack Ma Foundation awards $1.5M to 10 young business heroes chosen from a TV show every year

Alibaba’s Jack Ma Foundation chooses African business idols

France: Arson attack targets mosque in SE France
5th May 2021

Arson attack was carried out on a mosque by setting the door of the mosque on fire, in France’s SE Albertville city

France: Arson attack targets mosque in SE France

Mali woman gives rare birth to 9 babies
5th May 2021

Malian woman, Halima Cisse became a phenomenon after giving birth to 9 babies, 5 girls, 4 boys at once at hospital in Morocco.

Mali woman gives rare birth to 9 babies

‘EU should prioritize human rights at Indian summit’
4th May 2021

International organizations urged European leaders to prioritize deteriorating human rights situation in India during EU-India leaders' summit on May 8.

‘EU should prioritize human rights at Indian summit’

Palestine: Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian woman in West Bank
3rd May 2021

Israeli soldiers killed 60-year-old Palestinian woman in West Bank city of Bethlehem.

Palestine: Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian woman in West Bank

At least 49 die in clashes along Kyrgyz-Tajik border
2nd May 2021

49 people were killed, 173 injured, in clashes along a disputed section of the Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan border.

At least 49 die in clashes along Kyrgyz-Tajik border

Afghanistan: Truck bombing kills 30 civilians in Logar province
1st May 2021

30 people lost lives, 90 wounded following massive truck bombing in Afghanistan's eastern Logar province bordering capital Kabul.

Afghanistan: Truck bombing kills 30 civilians in Logar province

France: Mosque in Rennes suffers 2nd attack
1st May 2021

A mosque in Rennes, NW France was subjected to Islamophobic and racist attack for second time in 20 days.

France: Mosque in Rennes suffers 2nd attack

COVID-19 threatens Africa’s food security
30th Apr 2021

Besides fatalities, impact of COVID-19 on Africa's food security has been severe, head of African Development Bank (AfDB) said.

COVID-19 threatens Africa’s food security

Pakistan: Ramadan: Roadside iftar resumes after a year break
29th Apr 2021

Each individual are served platter of fruit, samosa, pakora, fruit cocktail, dates, juices, & pulao on roadside iftar during Ramadan. Very few follow coronavirus safety precautions

Pakistan: Ramadan: Roadside iftar resumes after a year break

Pakistan records highest daily COVID-19 deaths
28th Apr 2021

Pakistan registered 201 deaths from coronavirus, the highest single-day fatalities since start of pandemic last year. There were 5,292 infections in last 24 hours

Pakistan records highest daily COVID-19 deaths

US police search suspect of ‘hate graffiti’ at mosque
27th Apr 2021

Moorhead city police in US state of Minnesota said they are seeking a suspect of hate attack who left offensive graffiti, "Death to Islam," "Go to Hell," on Moorhead Fargo Islamic Center.

US police search suspect of ‘hate graffiti’ at mosque

The Muslim News: Issue 384 - Friday 9th April 2021

Tanzania’s Samia Suluhu Hassan, Africa’s first hijabi President
9th Apr 2021

Tanzania’s Samia Suluhu Hassan, Africa’s first hijabi President

Mama Samia, as she is now fondly called, became Tanzania's first female President on March 19 upon the death two days earlier of President John Pombe Magufuli,

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9th Apr 2021

Vaccine uptake for over 70s lowest among Muslims

The lowest vaccination rate among people aged over 70 are those who identified themselves as Muslim, according to the first immunisation data by the ONS.

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Ramadan messages from political leaders
9th Apr 2021

Ramadan messages from Leader of Labour Party, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Leader of the Scottish National Party, the First Minister of Wales and the Mayor of London.

Ramadan messages from political leaders

Pulse Oximeters may be racially biased
9th Apr 2021

Oxygen readings more likely to be inaccurate in BAME patients, with implications for COVID-19 and beyond.

Pulse Oximeters may be racially biased

Coalition of international NGOs call on EU to probe French  ‘state-sponsored Islamophobia’
9th Apr 2021

In an unprecedented intervention, a coalition of 25 NGOs representing 11 countries has called on the European Commission to investigate France for its state-sponsored support to Islamophobia.

Coalition of international NGOs call on EU to probe French ‘state-sponsored Islamophobia’

Musings of a mum: Mining for validation
9th Apr 2021

My validation – when I get it - fuels me to work better and harder. It allows me to sleep well. It’s the type of tiredness that comes after having worked hard. Motherhood needs that type of validation built-in.

Musings of a mum: Mining for validation

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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