Two guards were killed, several people injured after gunmen attacked Garissa University College.
54 people died, 15 missing after fishing trawler sank in Western Pacific Ocean off Russia's east coast.
Israeli settlers stormed Al Aqsa Mosque amid tight security protection from private Israeli occupation police.
Israeli forces injured a child during raid on Bedouin village. They confiscated solar energy panels.
World leaders' talks with Iran seeking a nuclear deal continue to drag on a day after a self-imposed deadline.
A former military dictator has won Nigeria's presidential election, standing on an anti-corruption ticket.
Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, has pledged a quick review of the Government’s notorious Prevent programme after listening to first-hand accounts of the extent of Muslim opposition.
Extremist policies are now not only directed against terrorism but radicalism, the all embracing term meaning whatever politicians what it to mean. It a much more far reaching target than just finding and catching anyone prepared to use violence for their cause
North Lanarkshire Council, which runs the school, was forced to apologise after parents held a meeting with teachers over the worksheet that asked children to describe “two examples of Palestinian terrorist activities”
Saarah Hameed Ahmed has been unveiled as India’s only woman Muslim pilot as part of International Women’s Day on March 8.
A Muslim political will field candidates in eight areas at the regional elections in March
Eight Muslim schools* (all independent) were featured in the top 50 of the examination league tables for 2014.
A Scottish Council was forced to apologise after one of its primary schools assigned homework to11 year-old children describing Palestinians as “terrorists”