British police have made two further arrests following the murder of a soldier in London. Earlier, the media revealed the identity of the suspects arrested at the scene as well as that of the victim.
Rebel groups have carried out suicide bombings at a Niger military base and a French-owned mine. The assault came in response to a French-led military operation this year which ousted militants from northern Mali.
Lebanese army pulled out its troops from Tripoli ceasing its patrols in the city’s streets and its interventions in the crossfire, after clashes overnight left five people dead and many wounded.
Recent incidents in the Golan Heights continue to cast a shadow on the attitudes of Israeli leaders amid reports that Israel plans to carry out new strikes in Syria.
Two Palestinian children were seriously injured in two separate incidents after being rammed by Israeli settlers’ vehicles in the West Bank districts of Hebron and Nablus.
Israeli soldiers invaded Ya’bod, near Jenin, and kidnapped five Palestinians. The army also invaded Zabbouba nearby village, and Beit Jala, near Bethlehem.
Members of Arab League and Syrian National Coalition have drafted new proposals aimed at ending the Syrian civil war. Their plans come in anticipation of a US-Russia backed peace conference slated for June.
Unknown assailants lobbed a hand grenade at a shop on Quetta’s Sariab Road on Friday killing its owner.
At least two schools, a police station, and 15 cars were set ablaze in Stockholm on Thursday night as riots in the suburbs of the Swedish capital continued for the fifth straight night.
Despite what one says about Margaret Thatcher, her place in history has already been written as one of the most influential British leaders in recent times. Some, like David Cameron, considers her as the greatest peacetime Prime Minister, someone who saved the country.
The question of whether or not an employee is considered to be disabled within the meaning of The Equality Act 2010 is an important one
A French court has found Air France guilty of discrimination for removing a pro-Palestinian activist from a flight to Israel because she was not Jewish.
Fifteen people were arrested on March 2 during a rally by the far right anti-Muslim group the English Defence League (EDL).
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)