Firing and other violent incidents across the metropolis took the life of five persons on Wednesday.
Death toll from a sunken South Korean ferry rose to 150 on Wednesday as hundreds of divers speed up the grim task of recovering bodies from the submerged vessel.
19 people were injured when an over-speeding pick-up they were travelling in plunged into a trench near Swat’s Marghazar road.
Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs seeks to transfer sovereignty over Maqam of the Prophet Dawud from occupied Jerusalem to the Vatican, during Pope’s visit.
Police and protesters clashed in a Rio de Janeiro slum, amid public anger over the death of a young man who regularly appeared on the country's largest TV network.
Several Israeli military jeeps invaded Teqoua’ village, in Bethlehem, and fired gas bombs at a number of houses, wounding two children after their house caught fire.
MUJAO group in Mali has said that it has killed a French hostage captured in November 2012, "because France is our enemy."
Less than a week before former Pope John Paul II is to be declared a saint, critics want answers about an abuse scandal involving an order of priests he had championed for years
GPs have accused NHS England’s new policy on participating in counter terrorism’s Prevent Extremism strategy of identifying patients susceptible to radicalization as asking GPs to be a government’s intelligence agency
Former Guantánamo Bay detainee Moazzam Begg has been remanded in custody after appearing in court in London charged with terror offences related to Syria.
Over half of Muslim schools in England have surpassed the national average of students achieving 5 or more GCSE’s or equivalent A*-C grades (including English and Math GCSEs ).
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice, Sadiq Khan, is to run this year’s London Marathon. The Labour MP for Tooting will run the 26.2 miles on April 13 for The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund – which raises money for the most vulnerable people in society.
Denmark joined a list of European nations to ban non-stun slaughter on February 17. EU regulations prohibit non-stun slaughtering of animal but give member states the leverage to make exceptions for religious slaughter.
Ayesha Chaudhry is an Associate Professor of Islamic and Gender Studies at the University of British Columbia. The book under review is based on her PhD research on the topic of domestic violence in Islamic tradition at New York University.
At London's Grosvenor House Monday, Prime Minister, David Cameron, joined over 800 people to celebrated the Twelfth The Muslim News Awards for Excellence - Britain's longest standing Muslim awards event. The coveted award ceremony recognises the very best of Muslim contribution to British society.