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Celebrating Cinco de Mayo Muslim style

On May 9th, Cinco de Mayo was celebrated by the Muslims Latino community: ‘We change our religion, not our culture’

Syria's famous damask rose withered by war

The smell of gunpowder has replaced the smell of the classic Damask rose, with the oldest flower in history now suffering from drought and war

Palestinian calligrapher keen to finish Al-Aqsa Quran

Ottoman-illuminated copy of Quran will carry name of Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque

Ottoman sultan's paintings to be displayed in Paris

Paintings of Sultan Abdulaziz (1830-1876) will also be shown in London on May 18

Tatar museum received first Quran copy printed in Japan

500 copies of the holy book were published in 1934 by Tatar Turks, which gives it great importance for Tatars in Japan

Rare Ottoman treasures to be auctioned in London

A painting showing the enthronement of 17th century Sultan Osman II is among 40 pieces that will be auctioned on Tuesday

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Message from the Editor

Erhan Erken Together with Akif Emre, as Editor-in-Chief of Worldbulletin, we have worked a number of projects together stretching back to the...

Farewell from the Editor-in-Chief

The World Bulletin web site and its Turkish and Arabic affiliates began its journey at one of the most turbulent times of Turkey and...

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Largest US Muslim center targets spike in Islamophobia

Largest US Muslim center targets spike in Islamophobia

Diyanet Center of America is the largest such facility in the country, a massive complex surrounding a mosque built in 16th-century Ottoman style

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New toll says more than 280 000 dead in Syria

New toll says more than 280,000 dead in Syria war

A monitor's, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, new toll reports on horrific casualties of fighting in Syria

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Albania recalls atrocities inside Communist era prison

Albania recalls atrocities inside Communist era prison

Sacrifices of political prisoners who rose up against Albania's communist regime on May 23, 1973, have been remembered

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Tunisia tourism sees 'slight recovery'

Tunisia tourism sees 'slight recovery'

'In all touristic towns, there is a slight recovery,' tourism minister says

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Philippines communist party submits names for cabinet

Philippines communist party submits names for cabinet

Incoming president offered party members posts in new government if leaders return from exile and sit down for peace talks

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Research shows Muslim nations disdain ISIL

Research shows Muslim nations disdain ISIL

According to newly released data collected in 11 countries with significant Muslim populations, views of ISIL group are overwhelmingly negative

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IMF estimates cost of bribes globally at up to 2

IMF estimates cost of bribes globally at up to $2 trillion a year

The Fund's head says 'corruption has a pernicious effect on the economy'

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Blind Microsoft engineer uses AI to "see" the world

A blind Muslim Microsoft engineer has unveiled an AI-powered project that helps him 'see' the world

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High risk of Zika virus spread in Black Sea area

High risk of Zika virus spread in Black Sea area

The reason for the high-level threat in the area is the presence there of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which carry the Zika virus that health authorities say causes birth defects in newborns

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What is going on in Kashmir The interview with Muzammil

What is going on in Kashmir: The interview with Muzammil A. Thakur

Deniz Baran interview Muzzammi Thakur who answers crucial questions regarding the issue of Kashmir

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