Police officer Shafiq Tanoli and two others were killed in an explosion that took place near Karachi's old wholesale vegetable market on Thursday.
Two-hundred Palestinians jailed in Israeli prisons began an open-ended hunger strike to protest their imprisonment without charge, a Palestinian rights group said.
Israeli soldiers concluded one of the largest invasions into Deir Samet village, southwest of Hebron.
Israeli soldiers invaded various districts in the occupied West Bank, violently broke into and searched Palestinian homes, kidnapping eleven Palestinians.
A number of armoured Israeli military vehicles invaded Palestinian farmland east of the al-Qarara town, northeast of Khan Younis, in S Gaza Strip.
Dozens of people were killed in Democratic Republic of Congo after an overloaded goods and passenger train careered off the tracks.
Pakistani fighter jets pounded suspected militant hideouts in Khyber Agency near the Afghan border that killed twelve and injured 15.
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.
Prime Minister, David Cameron, joined over 800 people to celebrate the very best of Muslim contribution to British society. The Twelfth The Muslim News Awards for Excellence gala dinner, Britain’s longest standing Muslim awards event, was held in central London.
Egypt must rank high as an insidious example of British foreign policy. If there are any cynics unsure what the British Government’s position is towards Egypt’s military rulers, it officially remains the same: committed to working with the international community “to providing support during the transition process and beyond.”
Sajid Javid spoke of his immense privilege at succeeding Maria Miller as Culture Secretary, becoming the first Muslim Secretary of State.
An Iranian mother has received world-wide praise for her “powerful act of forgiveness” after she spared her son’s killer during what was supposed to have been his public execution.
Court of Appeal recently considered two cases on the issue of vicarious liability of employers. This refers to a situation where an employer is held responsible for the acts or omissions of another person, and arises where two conditions are met.
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.