Syria's Assad attends Eid prayers in Damascus mosque Assad attends Eid prayers in Damascus mosque

Assad attending the Muslim prayers early Sunday at Afram Mosque along with top officials, including the prime minister and the country's grand mufti


Muslims mark Eid and final days of hajj in Saudi Arabia Muslims mark Eid in Saudi Arabia

Muslims around the world are commemorating the end of hajj with Eid celebrations, including distributing meat to the poor


19 killed as rain batters india’s Gujarat 19 killed as rain batters india’s Gujarat

Eight persons -- construction labourers from Madhya Pradesh and their family members -- were killed and four were injured when a wall collapsed on their shanties 


Relative of Norway mosque shooter found dead after attack Relative of Norway mosque shooter found dead after attack

Three people were present in the mosque at the time of the attack, preparing for the Eid Al Adha festival


India promises easing of restrictions, food for Kashmir India promises easing of restrictions for Kashmir

The indefinite 24-hour curfew was briefly eased on Friday for weekly Muslim prayers in some parts of Srinagar


UK power cut: National Grid promises to learn lessons from blackout 'Lessons to learn' from UK blackout

The government has announced an investigation into what happened


Typhoon Lekima: 28 dead and a million evacuated in China Typhoon Lekima in China: Death toll climbs to 28

Emergency crews have battled to save stranded motorists from floods and searched for survivors in the rubble of damaged buildings


Death toll rises to 114 in Karela floods Death toll rises to 114 in Karela floods

Fifty-seven people died in rain-related incidents with 80 landslides in eight districts of Kerala since August 8, CM Pinarayi Vijayan said


Rare tornado hits Luxembourg, injuring 19, damages 100 homes Rare tornado hits Luxembourg, injuring 19, damages 100 homes

High winds and high temperatures were responsible for dozens of wildfires breaking out in Greece


Sonia Gandhi is back as Congress president Sonia Gandhi is back as Congress president

The CWC unanimously decided that Sonia Gandhi should handle the post of the interim chief until a regular president is picked and she accepted this request


US billionaire Epstein found dead in New York jail US billionaire Epstein found dead in New York jail

Epstein, 66, pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking and conspiracy charges last month and was being held without bail


66 killed in floods, mudslides in southern India 66 killed in floods, mudslides in southern India

The Press Trust of India news agency, or PTI, quoted officials as saying that 42 people have died in Kerala since Thursday


One injured in shooting at Norway mosque
One injured in shooting at Norway mosque

The shooting  ocurred at the al-Noor Islamic centre in the town of Baerum, an Oslo suburb


Police say 62 killed in Tanzania fuel tanker explosion 62 killed in Tanzania fuel tanker explosion

Incidents of people being killed in explosions while stealing fuel from incapacitated tankers are common in East Africa


Israel: 4 militants killed crossing Gaza fence 4 militants killed crossing Gaza fence

Israel and Hamas reached an informal cease-fire in May, following the worst bout of fighting since a 2014 war between them


15 soccer players injured by lightning in southern Germany Lightning injures 15 soccer players in Germany

Severe weather warnings have already led to the cancellation of a number of outdoor events in Britain this weekend


At least 37  dead in fresh Chad ethnic fighting

37 dead in Chad ethnic fighting

Eastern Chad is in the grip of a cycle of violence between nomadic camel herders and sedentary farmers


At least 18 dead in typhoon, 14 missing in China China typhoon: Death toll climbs to 18

More than 1 million people have been evacuated before the storm struck


Pakistan formally suspends trade ties with India Pakistan formally suspends trade ties with India

Trade relations between the two neighbours were already strained following the Pulwama terror attack as India imposed 200 per cent customs duty on all goods imported from the neighbouring nation


57 killed in Tanzania fuel tanker explosion 57 killed in Tanzania fuel tanker explosion

Incidents of people being killed explosions while stealing fuel from damaged fuel tankers are common in East Africa


Muslim hajj pilgrims ascend Mount Arafat for day of worship Muslim hajj pilgrims ascend Mount Arafat

One of the largest religious gatherings on earth, the second day of the hajj is often the most memorable for pilgrims


2nd explosion in Danish capital damages police station 2nd blast in Copenhagen damages police station

On Wednesday, a large explosion damaged the Danish Tax Agency


India to bring in food supplies to Kashmir as curfew stays India to bring in food supplies to Kashmir as curfew stays

The indefinite curfew was briefly eased on Friday for weekly Muslim prayers in some parts of Srinagar


Myanmar landslide: Death toll climbs to 22, many more feared missing Myanmar landslide: Death toll climbs to 22

Search and rescue teams worked through the night trying to find survivors and recover bodies from the deep sludge


London teen missing in Malaysia isn't independent: parents London teen missing in Malaysia isn't independent: parents

A massive search operation has been underway for Nora Anne Quoirin, who was discovered missing by her family last Sunday morning


At least 13 dead in typhoon, 16 missing in China 13 dead in typhoon, 16 missing in China

More than one million people have been evacuated before the storm struck


Heavy rains in Kerala claim 42 lives, over one lakh in relief camps Heavy rains in Kerala: Death toll climbs to 42

Twenty people have been killed in Kozhikode and Malappuram districts, and nine have died in Wayanad in rain related incidents since August 8


Landslide in southeast Myanmar kills at least 10 people 10 killed in Myanmar landslide

Nearly 12,000 people have been displaced in Myanmar this week alone, bringing the total number of those in evacuation centers to more than 38,000


Pakistan PM Imran Khan discusses Kashmir issue with Bahrain King Pakistan PM Imran Khan discusses Kashmir issue with Bahrain King

The Prime Minister received a call from Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan to congratulate him on his new role. The leaders discussed the serious situation in Kashmir and agreed on the importance of maintaining dialogue, Downing Street said in a statement


Myanmar grants 568 foreigners permanent residency status in 4 years Myanmar grants 568 foreigners permanent residency status in 4 years

Myanmar has also relaxed some rules and regulations for the permanent residency in accordance with the international standards


Strict curfew eased in Kashmir, tensions high Strict curfew eased in Kashmir, tensions high

Pakistan says it is considering a proposal to approach the International Court of Justice over India's action


Congress likely to pick Rahul Gandhi’s successor today Congress likely to pick Rahul Gandhi’s successor today

Rahul had announced his decision to step down as Congress president on May 25


Russia explosion: Five confirmed dead in rocket blast Five confirmed dead in Russia rocket explosion

The three injured staff members suffered serious burns in the accident


4 dead as building collapses in Gujarat following incessant rain 4 dead as three-storey building collapses in India

The state has received heavy to very heavy rainfall over the last 36 hours, causing swelling of rivers and increase in water levels at various reservoirs


Mount Arafat beckons pilgrims as Haj journey peaks today Mount Arafat beckons pilgrims as Haj journey peaks today

The Haj is meant to be a great equaliser and unifier among Muslims, with pilgrims shedding overt displays of wealth and materialism


Brazil top court prevents investigation into US journalist Brazil top court prevents investigation into US journalist

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has sharply criticized Greenwald for the articles and suggested he should be jailed


North Korea tests 'short-range ballistic missiles' North Korea tests 'short-range ballistic missiles'

What appear to be two short-range ballistic missiles were fired early on Saturday, says South Korea


Indian troops enforce Kashmir lockdown during Friday prayers Indian troops enforce Kashmir lockdown during Friday prayers

The giant Jama Masjid mosque in Srinagar -- a longtime focus for separatist protests -- remained closed as the government sought to keep a lid on unrest


Texas shooter said he was targeting 'Mexicans': police "Hispanic invasion" fear behind Texas massacre

Prior to carrying out the attack, Crusius published a white supremacist manifesto online which expressed fears of a "Hispanic invasion" of Texas

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