Unidentified gunmen stormed 2 Karachi-bound passenger coaches arriving from Quetta near Mastung, killing 22.
A sub-inspector lost his life, 6 injured, as suicide blast was thwarted outside Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
18 people were injured in twin explosions that hit a compound near a police HQ near a mosque.
Italian coastguard said 4,000 migrants crossing from Africa to Europe were rescued in the Mediterranean.
Washington subway banned all "issue" ads by anti-Muslim group depicting Prophet Muhammad in a cartoon.
Ongoing campaign by Israel to push Bedouin communities from Negev, Israel demolished Palestinian home.
Israel confiscated eight dunams of land from occupied East Jerusalem village of Issawiya.
Prime Minister Cameron wants to promote EU reforms when he meets German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Greece teeters on edge of default, Ukraine faces war with Russia, Britain threatens to leave the EU.
Voters will be asked "Should United Kingdom remain member of European Union" in a referendum.
Congratulations must go to the Conservatives for their unexpected win at the general elections. The victory is all the more amazing given their pledge to drive through a £30 billion austerity package, including £12 bn in unspecified welfare cuts. Compared with Labour, it seemed much more professionally, ruthless and strategically planned with the vital help of the majority of the press.
The charity regulator is to investigate whether a Hindu umbrella group has breached political neutrality regulations after it seemingly endorsed the Conservatives during the general elections.
A Jewish UKIP candidate said British rescue workers should send Muslim migrants to Saudi Arabia and welcome Christians.
Students from Kassim Darwish Grammar School enjoyed football coaching sessions with former Liverpool and England defender Jamie Carragher on May 5. The Manchester based boys school is the only Muslim institution to take part in the coaching programme which takes part in both the school’s premises and in the Carragher’s Sports Academy the Brunswick centre in Bootle.
Authorities in China have ordered shopkeepers and restaurateurs in a village in the mainly Muslim province of Xinjiang to sell alcohol and cigarettes in an attempt to weaken Islam in the region.
The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on 25 March in central London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.