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  • Two Muslim women stabbed in an incident under Eiffel Tower

    Two Muslim women were left injured after being stabbed near Paris’ Eiffel Tower by two white female assailants, local media reported on Thursday. The attack took place amid heightened tension after French President Emmanuel Macron said in an Oct. 2

  • Congregational prayers resume at Grand Mosque in Mecca

    Congregational prayers resumed Sunday at the Masjid al-Haram, or the Grand Mosque, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia after a 7-month hiatus due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Residents of the kingdom were allowed to perform prayers at the mosque, where the

  • Congregational prayers resume at Grand Mosque in Mecca

    Congregational prayers resumed Sunday at the Masjid al-Haram, or the Grand Mosque, in Mecca, Saudi Arabia after a 7-month hiatus due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Residents of the kingdom were allowed to perform prayers at the mosque, where the

  • Greek-Turkish tensions rise over the eastern Mediterranean

    A Turkish ship set sail on Monday to carry out seismic surveys in the eastern Mediterranean, prompting Greece to issue a furious new demand for European Union sanctions on Ankara in a row over offshore exploration rights. France expressed its concer

  • Six dead in an explosion in the Iranian city of Ahvaz

    Iranian media announced that an explosion took place in the city of Ahvaz, in Khuzestan province, killing six people and wounding many others. Today, Sunday, October 11, 2020, Iranian media announced that an explosion took place in the city of Ahvaz

  • Tensions over Northern Cyprus plan to reopen "Varosha"

    Turkish Cypriot Foreign Minister Kudret Ozersay has announced his resignation in protest at the nationalist prime minister’s decision to reopen the Greek Cypriot resort of Varosha, a sealed-off ghost town since 1974, just days before a presidential e

  • WHO : A vaccine against Covid-19 may be ready by the end of this year

    The Director-General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said, Tuesday, that a vaccine against Covid-19 may be ready by the end of this year. "We will need vaccines, and there is hope that we will have a vaccine by the end

  • Trump administration 'optimistic' president could leave Walter Reed

    The White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said Monday he is optimistic that President Donald Trump would leave hospital and return to work later in the day after consultation with doctors. Meadows told Fox News the final decision about Trump's rel

  • Umrah pilgrims return to Mecca

    Saudi Arabian authorities on Sunday re-opened the Muslim holy places for Umrah pilgrimage on Sunday after a six-month hiatus due to the novel coronavirus. Following coronavirus protocols, the first batch of Umrah pilgrims arrived in the wee hours of

  • Calls for massive demonstrations on Friday against the Sisi regime

    Calls to participate in an anti-regime demonstration on Friday are growing in Egypt after a youth was fatally shot by security forces in the country’s south. An Egyptian businessman and dissident, Mohammed Ali, who lives in Spain called for the rall

  • Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah dies at 91

    Kuwait’s ruling Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah has died, his office said in a statement read out on state television on Tuesday. Sheikh Sabah, 91, had ruled the Gulf Arab oil producer and U.S. ally since 2006 and steered its foreign policy for

  • Normalization deals ‘tool’ to undermine Islam: Qaradaghi

    A top Muslim scholar has linked recent normalization deals between the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, and Israel to a campaign aimed at undermining Islam and monopolizing the Islamic countries. Ali Qaradaghi, the Secretary-General of the Inter

  • Saudi Arabia to gradually resume Umrah pilgrimage

    Saudi Arabia will allow pilgrims living inside the country to undertake the Umrah pilgrimage, beginning on October 4, after a seven-month pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, state news agency Saudi Press Agency has reported. In March, the country

  • Eiffel Tower bomb scare was 'false alarm'

    The bomb threat for Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower turned out to be a false alarm, a police official told Anadolu Agency on Wednesday. The official, who asked not to be named, said the historic landmark of French capital reopened for visitors under secu

  • Health official: Iran on coronavirus red alert due to rising in deaths

    A senior Iranian health official has declared a coronavirus red alert covering the entire country as daily deaths and cases increase at an alarming rate, Iranian state TV reported on Friday. Iran, one of the Middle Eastern countries hardest hit by t

  • Israel bombs Gaza strip

    Israel carried out a series of airstrikes targeting multiple Hamas positions in the blockaded Gaza Strip, the Israeli army said on Wednesday. The army said the attacks were in response to rockets fired towards “Israeli territory yesterday evening,”

  • Two earthquakes northeastern Japan

    Two earthquakes of magnitudes 6.1 and 5 struck Saturday off Japan’s Miyagi Prefecture, the country's meteorological agency reported.The agency said the quakes occurred around 11.44 a.m. and 11.50 a.m. local time at two different locations northeast o

  • A racist group in Sweden burns the holy Quran

    Following a similar Islamophobic provocation last month, a far-right group on Thursday burned a copy of the holy Quran in a heavily Muslim area of Sweden. Members of the Danish far-right group Hard Line (Stram Kurs) burned the Muslim holy book in an

  • Death toll from Sudan floods rises to 103

    Sudan said on Wednesday that the death toll from the country’s floods caused by heavy seasonal rains has risen to 103. The Interior Ministry said in a statement that the torrents and floods killed 103 people and injured 50 others. The ministry adde

  • The assassination of a member of the Syrian Democratic Forces in Deir Ezzor

    The killing of a member of the Syrian Democratic Forces in the Basira area in Deirzor, Syria. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights announced that unknown gunmen assassinated a member of the Syrian Democratic Forces near the (Abd al-Rahman Asra) m

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