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Egypt discovers several 3 000-year-old tombs

Roughly 1,000 figurines unearthed outside Cairo

Belgium court allows students to wear headscarf

Local court describes headscarf ban as against religious freedom

Hundreds march to celebrate Nile Day

Egypt urged to rejoin pack of Nile riparian countries

Solar phenomenon illuminates face of Egypt's Ramses II

Phenomenon happens twice a year at Egypt's iconic Abu Simbel Temple

Malcolm X transformed in life and death

Muslim icon’s message still relevant more than half a century later as he continues to inspire, shape lives beyond the grave

2020 Air Games to be held in 'iconic' locales in

Games will take place in some of the most iconic locations in Turkey, says World Air Sports Federation head

2019 to be Turkish year in Japan Minister Kurtulmus

Turkish culture and tourism minister says 'we will launch new markets in the Far East'

Turkish museum displays 800-year-old Quran

Museum in northern Tokat city displays oldest written work in Anatolia

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US court says travel ban discriminates against Muslims

US court says travel ban discriminates against Muslims

President Donald Trump's effort to curtail immigration ' unconstitutionally tainted with animus toward Islam', court says

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Syrian regime attacks continue despite UN resolution

Syrian regime attacks continue despite UN resolution

On Friday, UN Security Council unanimously adopted resolution demanding a 30-day cease-fire

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US Embassy in Montenegro attacked with grenade

US Embassy in Montenegro attacked with grenade

No casualties besides lone attacker or damage reported; US citizens told to avoid site of embassy in capital Podgorica 

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DRCongo braced for anti-Kabila protest despite ban

DRCongo braced for anti-Kabila protest despite ban

The chronically unstable nation is braced for more unrest following months of tension sparked by Kabila's prolonged rule and long-delayed elections.

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Myanmar 3 bomb blasts hit capital of restive Rakhine

Myanmar: 3 bomb blasts hit capital of restive Rakhine

Police officer slightly injured in blast near residence of regional government secretary, police say

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The Man Who Founded London s First Mosque

The Man Who Founded London’s First ‘Mosque’

Hadji Mohammad Dollie was a son of Scottish father and a Malay mother born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1846. He opened the first “Hanafi” Mosque in Cape Town along with a Dutch convert to Islam in the 1880’s.

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Number of 'angels' in Turkey may reach 12 000

Number of 'angels' in Turkey may reach 12,000

Turkey is 5th biggest start-up market in the world, says head of World Business Angels Investment Forum

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Turkey competes with world IT giants'

'Turkey competes with world IT giants'

Turkcell is among leading global firms setting 5G standards, says company CEO

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Flu killed 22 children last week in US

Flu killed 22 children last week in US

CDC flu season update reveals season appears to have peaked in 13 states

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