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Southern African leaders slam travel bans over omicron, calling it Afrophobia
30th Nov 2021

Southern African leaders slam travel bans over omicron, calling it Afrophobia

By Hassan Isilow   JOHANNESBURG (AA): Southern African leaders have expressed disappointment over decisions taken by several countries to ban travel from half a dozen Southern African Development Community member states (SADC) following the detection of thtravel bane new omicron … Continued

Somalia: Bomb blast by Al-Shabaab kills 8 in Mogadishu
25th Nov 2021

Somalia: Bomb blast by Al-Shabaab kills 8 in Mogadishu

By Mohammed Dhaysane   MOGADISHU, Somalia (AA): At least eight people were killed over 17 others wounded in a car bombing that rocked Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Thursday morning, officials said. A police officer who spoke to Anadolu Agency said … Continued

Sudan: Former foreign minister accuses Egypt, Israel of supporting Sudan ‘coup’
24th Nov 2021

Sudan: Former foreign minister accuses Egypt, Israel of supporting Sudan ‘coup’

KHARTOUM, Sudan (AA): Former Sudanese Foreign Minister Mariam al-Sadiq al-Mahdi has accused Egypt and Israel of supporting what she described as a “military coup” in Sudan. Speaking at a virtual panel hosted by US think tank, the Atlantic Council, al-Mahdi … Continued

75 migrants drowned off coasts of Libya
21st Nov 2021

75 migrants drowned off coasts of Libya

(Agencies): At least 75 migrants drowned off the coasts of Libya as they attempted to reach Italy by boat., the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reported on Saturday. “Over 75 migrants drowned on Wednesday (Nov. 17) after departing from Libya, … Continued

Uganda: Two suicide bombings in Kampala leave 6 dead
17th Nov 2021

Uganda: Two suicide bombings in Kampala leave 6 dead

By Hamza Kyeyune   KAMPALA, Uganda (AA): Six people died in twin explosions that rocked Uganda’s capital Kampala Tuesday morning, including three of the presumed suicide bombers, police officials said. 36 people were injured. ISIS claimed responsibility for the terrorist … Continued

Muslim charities at forefront in helping poor in Zimbabwe
14th Nov 2021

Muslim charities at forefront in helping poor in Zimbabwe

By Jeffrey Moyo   HARARE, Zimbabwe (AA): Even as Muslims represent just 0.7% of Zimbabwe’s population, they are said to be at the forefront of voluntary activities such as donating money for charities and helping the homeless orphans. “Several Muslims … Continued

Nigeria: Gunmen attack mosque in northern Nigeria, killing 18
26th Oct 2021

Nigeria: Gunmen attack mosque in northern Nigeria, killing 18

By Ibrahim Garba Shuaibu   KANO, Nigeria (AA): At least 18 worshippers were killed Monday when gunmen attacked a mosque in northern Nigeria during morning prayers, leaving several others wounded. The incident occurred in Mazakuka village in the Mashegu local … Continued

Sudan: Military arrests members of govt, places premier under house arrest
25th Oct 2021

Sudan: Military arrests members of govt, places premier under house arrest

By Mohammed Amin   KHARTOUM, Sudan (AA): Sudan’s military arrested members of the civilian government and leaders of the ruling coalition of the Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC), officials in the capital Khartoum announced early on Monday. The officials, … Continued

Nigeria: Gunmen kill at least 43 in Sokoto State
19th Oct 2021

Nigeria: Gunmen kill at least 43 in Sokoto State

By Adam Abu-Bashal   ABUJA, Nigeria (AA): At least 43 people were killed when suspected gunmen stormed a marketplace in northern Nigeria on Monday, according to a local official. Traders and buyers at the Goronyo weekly market were among those … Continued

Hamas hails efforts to revoke Israel’s African Union observer status
18th Oct 2021

Hamas hails efforts to revoke Israel’s African Union observer status

By Mohammad Majid GAZA CITY, Palestine (AA): Palestinian resistance group Hamas on Sunday welcomed a decision to postpone the approval of Israel’s observer status in the African Union (AU). “The decision by the AU Executive Council to postpone taking a … Continued

Niger: Mosque attack in western Niger leaves 10 dead
14th Oct 2021

Niger: Mosque attack in western Niger leaves 10 dead

By James Tasamba   KIGALI, Rwanda (AA): At least 10 people were killed when suspected terrorists attacked a mosque in western Niger, the country’s defense minister said Wednesday. The attack took place Monday in the village of Tizigorou in a … Continued

Nigeria: Gunmen kill imam, 10 others in Sokoto
10th Oct 2021

Nigeria: Gunmen kill imam, 10 others in Sokoto

By Ibrahim Garba Shuaibu   KANO, Nigeria (AA): Eleven people, including children and an imam, were killed when suspected gunmen from the outlawed Yan Sakai vigilante group in the Sokoto State in northern Nigeria stormed a market Friday. The massacre … Continued

‘South African Muslims helped Gandhi fight against injustice’
3rd Oct 2021

‘South African Muslims helped Gandhi fight against injustice’

By Hassan Isilow   JOHANNESBURG (AA): On the 152nd birth anniversary of India’s freedom icon Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi, on Saturday, a South African lawyer recalled the contribution of Muslim families to help him fight against … Continued

Somalia: Suicide attack by al-Shabaab kills 11 in Mogadishu
15th Sep 2021

Somalia: Suicide attack by al-Shabaab kills 11 in Mogadishu

By Mohammed Dhaysane   MOGADISHU, Somalia (AA): At least 11 people, including soldiers and civilians, were killed and several others wounded when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a tea shop in Mogadishu’s Wadajir neighborhood on Tuesday evening, said … Continued

African Muslims assess effect of 9/11 two decades after attack
12th Sep 2021

African Muslims assess effect of 9/11 two decades after attack

By Anadolu Agency Staff   JOHANNESBURG, South Africa; (AA): The rights of African Muslims were trampled as the US embarked on the global war on terror after the 9/11 attacks at the World Trade Center in New York, according to … Continued

Niger: 16 soldiers killed in Boko Haram attack in southern Niger
26th Aug 2021

Niger: 16 soldiers killed in Boko Haram attack in southern Niger

By James Tasamba   KIGALI, Rwanda (AA): Sixteen soldiers were killed and nine wounded when hundreds of Boko Haram terror group members attacked a military post in southern Niger overnight, the Defense Ministry said Wednesday. The attack was in the … Continued

Algeria: Death toll from forest fires rises to 69
12th Aug 2021

Algeria: Death toll from forest fires rises to 69

By Hossam al-Din Islam, Hassan Jebril and Hamdi Yildiz   ALGIERS, Algeria (AA): The death toll in Algeria from wildfires has risen to 69, according to a local official, while France has announced plans to help the North African country … Continued

Mali: Suspected terrorists kill 51 civilians in N Mali
10th Aug 2021

Mali: Suspected terrorists kill 51 civilians in N Mali

By James Tasamba and Fatma Esma Arslan   KIGALI, Rwanda /DAKAR, Senegal (AA): More than 51 people were killed over the weekend when armed assailants launched three simultaneous attacks in areas of northern Mali near the border with Niger, authorities … Continued

Somalia: Bomb blast kills 4 footballers in Kismayo
31st Jul 2021

Somalia: Bomb blast kills 4 footballers in Kismayo

By Mohammed Dhaysane   MOGADISHU, Somalia (AA): Four football players were killed and several others wounded when a bomb blast targeted a bus carrying a local soccer team in Somalia’s port city of Kismayo on Friday, an official said. Omar … Continued

Egyptian court sentences 24 Muslim Brotherhood members to death
30th Jul 2021

Egyptian court sentences 24 Muslim Brotherhood members to death

By Ibrahim al-Khazen   ISTANBUL, Turkey (AA): An Egyptian court on Thursday sentenced 24 members of the Muslim Brotherhood to death in two separate cases involving the killing of police officers. The state-owned al-Ahram newspaper said the Damanhour Criminal Court ordered … 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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