Eight persons were killed in Uttarakhand as incessant rains lashed the hill state causing landslips in the higher reaches and sweeping away several roads and bridges in Uttarkashi and Chamoli districts leading to suspension of the Char Dham Yatra.
Kuwait's constitutional court ordered dissolution of parliament and called for a new vote, but approved a controversial electoral law that sparked massive street protests last year.
Israeli soldiers kidnapped an elderly Palestinian man, after a group of Israeli settlers attacked shepherds in a Palestinian village, south of Hebron.
Syria is expected to dominate discussions as the leaders of the seven leading industrialized nations, plus Russia, gather for the G8 summit. There appeared to be little chance of reaching common ground on the issue.
Sardar Bahadur Khan University has been closed for an indefinite period following Saturday’s bomb attack on one of the university’s buses, killing 14 female students and injuring 19 others
As clashes continue near Taksim, which was cleared of protesters in a surprise police intervention the day before, Turkish PM Erdoğan addressed his supporters at a park 10 kilometers away.
Expectations home and abroad for Hassan Rouhani to bring changes to Iran in both its domestic policies and foreign relations are set to put the future president 's administration to a tough test.
An Egyptian misdemeanor court sentenced a Muslim preacher and his son to jail over charges of insulting religion and tearing up the Bible.
King Abdullah yesterday congratulated Hassan Rouhani on his election as the new president of Iran, while welcoming the new leader’s gesture to improve bilateral ties.
The daughter of an elderly Birmingham man who was repeatedly and brutally stabbed as he walked home from his local mosque has told The Muslim News she believes the attack on her father was not only premeditated but is racially and Islamophobically motivated.
Lurid details of the horrific criminal acts committed by sexual predators in Oxford, Rochdale and High Wycombe that have recently been exposed in court hearings are gut-wrenchingly repulsive.
The High Court recently considered the case of John Yapp v Foreign and Commonwealth Office  EWHA 1098.
In a wide-ranging interview with The Muslim News, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling denied that the setting up of secret courts was to hide evidence, admitted that the Government wanted to change the framework of the European Convention on Human Rights and insisted shortening the time for judicial reviews was aimed to prevent their misuse.
Food is gaining increased attention these days; more people are looking into local and organic options, joining CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture), and shopping at farmers markets.
Justice Secretary, Rt Hon Chris Grayling, MP, presenting Alhambra Arts award to Comedian and actor, Jeff Mirza at The Muslim News Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner on 25 March. (photo: Sumayya Juma/The Muslim News)