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Bangladesh: Fire destroyed Rohingyas shelters but not dreams
26th Mar 2021

Bangladesh: Fire destroyed Rohingyas shelters but not dreams

By Md. Kamruzzaman   COX’S BAZAR, Bangladesh (AA): Ten-year-old Rukiya Begum is one of the dozens of Rohingya children and teenagers in Bangladesh’s refugee camps who lost everything, including educational support, in Monday’s deadliest fire that killed at least 15 … Continued

US: Attack on supermarket in Colorado leaves 10 dead
23rd Mar 2021

US: Attack on supermarket in Colorado leaves 10 dead

By Betul Yuruk   NEW YORK (AA): Ten people, including a police officer, died in an armed attack Monday on a supermarket in the US state of Colorado. Suspect is in custody. The shooting occurred at a King Soopers supermarket … Continued

Covid-19 pandemic has deepened inequalities in Europe
19th Mar 2021

Covid-19 pandemic has deepened inequalities in Europe

By Shweta Desai   PARIS (AA): The COVID-19 crisis has resulted in an “overall regression in human rights in Europe,” the Council of Europe’s anti-racism commission (ECRI) highlighted in its 2020 annual report released Thursday. Since the Second World War, … Continued

UN: 12,000 Syrian children killed, wounded by civil war
11th Mar 2021

UN: 12,000 Syrian children killed, wounded by civil war

By Andy Roesgen   WISCONSIN, United States (AA): A civil war in Syria that was unleashed 10 years ago has now killed or wounded nearly 12,000 Syrian children, according to a new report on Wednesday by UNICEF. The UN children’s … Continued

Afghanistan: Killing spree forces women journalists to quit
9th Mar 2021

Afghanistan: Killing spree forces women journalists to quit

By Shadi Khan Saif   KABUL, Afghanistan (AA):The escalating violence seen in Afghanistan in recent months, which claimed the lives of at least four women journalists, has forced more than 300 others to quit their jobs. Last year, there were … Continued

Nigeria: 14 kidnapped sailors rescued in Gulf of Guinea
8th Mar 2021

Nigeria: 14 kidnapped sailors rescued in Gulf of Guinea

By Adam Abu-bashal   ABUJA, Nigeria (AA): Fourteen sailors kidnapped by pirates were rescued Saturday in the Gulf of Guinea. Nigeria’s army spokesman Mohammed Yerim said 10 foreign crew members and four Nigerians who were taken hostage were rescued in … Continued

UNHCR: Search, rescue Rohingya stranded in Andaman Sea
23rd Feb 2021

UNHCR: Search, rescue Rohingya stranded in Andaman Sea

By Riyaz ul Khaliq   ANKARA (AA) – The UN refugee agency on Monday called for immediate efforts to search and rescue a group of Rohingya refugees stranded in the Andaman Sea in the Indian Ocean. The precise location of … Continued

Human Rights Watch blames India of targeting minorities
20th Feb 2021

Human Rights Watch blames India of targeting minorities

By Beyza Binnur Donmez and Shuriah Niazi (AA): Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Friday accused the Indian government of adopting laws and policies that “systematically discriminate against Muslims and stigmatize critics of the government.” HRW’s report came days ahead Feb. … Continued

Jammu & Kashmir: ‘Guided tour’ for foreign envoys to disputed Kashmir
19th Feb 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: ‘Guided tour’ for foreign envoys to disputed Kashmir

By Hilal Mir   SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir, India (AA): As diplomats from nearly two dozen countries continue their two-day visit in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir, commentators and politicians say that another “guided tour” would not change ground realities in … Continued

Jammu & Kashmir: 3 Indian soldiers arrested for child molestation
18th Feb 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: 3 Indian soldiers arrested for child molestation

By Nusrat Sidiq SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir (AA) – Three Indian army employees were arrested by the regional police of Indian-administered Kashmir in connection with the alleged molestation and kidnapping of a young girl from North Kashmir’s Bandipora district, authorities … Continued

‘ICC has jurisdiction over Palestinian territories’
6th Feb 2021

‘ICC has jurisdiction over Palestinian territories’

By Zehra Nur Duz and Burak Bir   ANKARA (AA): The International Criminal Court (ICC) decided on Friday that it has jurisdiction over crimes committed in the Palestinian territories. “Today, Pre-Trial Chamber I of ICC decided, by majority, that the … Continued

Rohingya case on genocide face delay at The Hague
25th Jan 2021

Rohingya case on genocide face delay at The Hague

​​​​​​​By Riyaz ul Khaliq (AA): A final decision at the UN’s top court in the legal battle against Myanmar for the alleged genocide of Rohingya Muslims could be delayed, as the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is first set to … Continued

Pakistan: Police fired over Hindu temple attack
16th Jan 2021

Pakistan: Police fired over Hindu temple attack

By Islamuddin Sajid ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AA): At least 12 police officers have been sacked for failing to stop a mob from demolishing a Hindu temple in Pakistan’s northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province last month. The cops showed “cowardice, negligence, and irresponsibility … Continued

Yemen remains ‘worst humanitarian crisis’: UN office
12th Jan 2021

Yemen remains ‘worst humanitarian crisis’: UN office

By Peter Kenny GENEVA (AA): Yemen remains the world’s worst humanitarian crisis with nearly 80% or more than 24 million of its people needing humanitarian assistance and protection and more than 13 million in danger of starving to death, the … Continued

Jammu & Kashmir: 225 Kashmiris, 60 India security killed in 2020
1st Jan 2021

Jammu & Kashmir: 225 Kashmiris, 60 India security killed in 2020

By Hilal Mir SRINAGAR, Jammu and Kashmir, India (AA): Amid rising concerns over “extrajudicial killings” and “fake encounters” in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir, the police chief in the region said Thursday a total of 225 “militants” were killed in the … Continued

Netherlands: Dutch troops killed civilians in Afghanistan
24th Dec 2020

Netherlands: Dutch troops killed civilians in Afghanistan

By Abdullah Asiran ROTTERDAM, The Netherlands (AA): Dutch soldiers killed civilians in Afghanistan in 2017, an army veteran has claimed to local media. Servie Holzken, a former Dutch soldier, told local daily Trouw in a story published Wednesday that Dutch … Continued

Bangladesh urged to halt Rohingya relocation to remote island
6th Dec 2020

Bangladesh urged to halt Rohingya relocation to remote island

By Md. Kamruzzaman DHAKA, Bangladesh (AA): A Europe-based Rohingya rights group on Saturday expressed concern over Bangladesh’s plan to relocate more than 100,000 Rohingya refugees to a remote island. “We urge the international community, including the newly elected United States … Continued

UK non-committal whether Israel was behind assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist
29th Nov 2020

UK non-committal whether Israel was behind assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist

By Hamed Chapman London, (The Muslim News): Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, was non-committal whether Israel was behind the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh but insisted that Britain was against the targeting of civilians. Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, has … Continued

India: Clamor for justice to Muslim girl burnt alive
20th Nov 2020

India: Clamor for justice to Muslim girl burnt alive

By Shuriah Niazi NEW DELHI (AA) – Many political leaders and women organizations in India have joined to demand justice for a Muslim girl, who was allegedly burnt alive by a Hindu boy in the eastern province of Bihar. Gulnaz … Continued

Afghans devastated by Australian troops’ killing civilians ‘for sport’
19th Nov 2020

Afghans devastated by Australian troops’ killing civilians ‘for sport’

By Shadi Khan Saif KABUL, Afghanistan (AA): Afghans have expressed outrage over the latest revelations that Australian special forces killed dozens of civilians ‘for sport’ as revealed in an official secret investigation commissioned by the Canberra government. Australian authorities on … 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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