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Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr
Muslims around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr
From China and Pakistan to India and Iraq, Muslims worldwide celebrate the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
 
Beautiful Bosnia
Beautiful Bosnia
Bosnia is a beautiful country nestled in the Balkans and is one of the richest countries in terms of culture, history and heritage; Bosnia's tourism has seen a tremendous leap in the last few years.
US students set to experience Turkish culture

Yunus Emre Institute wants to “build bridges between the two countries" director says

Cappadocia 'sculptures' seen from the air

The sculptures that can be seen from the sky in Cappadocia are made by an Australian sculptor

Prophet's cloak attracts Ramadan faithful in Istanbul

The Hirka-i Serif (the Noble Cloak) was brought to Istanbul in the seventeenth century, at a time when the Ottoman Empire controlled much of the Islamic...

Researchers find oldest human remains in Morocco

Modern humans existed 100,000 years earlier than previously thought

Bringing ancient tapestries back to life in Belgium

Returning to its former glory the kind of creation that adorns a cathedral wall or is displayed at a world-renowned museum can take more than a year for...

Turkey helps restore 16th-century Bosnian mosque

Friday sees re-opening of Emperor's Mosque, 25 years after it was attacked during 1992-1995 Bosnian War

Origins and evolution of minarets

In trying to understand how the tower got its special meaning in Islamic societies, scholars have attempted—with mixed success—to trace minarets back to...

Star Wars' at 40 The Force is still strong

"Star Wars" has grown into the most lucrative and influential movie franchise of all time

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How we sholud understand Qatar crises?

Erhan Erken US President Trump's visit to some of the countries in the Middle East region has led to significant developments. Qatar, which...

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Chinese Muslims Azerbaijan mark Eid al-Fitr on Monday

Chinese Muslims, Azerbaijan mark Eid al-Fitr on Monday

3-day feast starts one day later for millions of Muslims in Iran, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Mynmar, Nepal, S. Africa, Sri Lanka

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Address 'white supremacy' to fight Islamophobia in West

Address 'white supremacy' to fight Islamophobia in West

Academics from leading universities see links between 'white supremacy problem' and Islamophobia in the US and Europe

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US partially reinstating travel ban 'regrettable' Iran FM

US partially reinstating travel ban 'regrettable': Iran FM

"It's regrettable that the citizens of the countries on the list have never participated in any act of terrorism against the US and yet they are being punished for acts of terrorism by citizens of other countries which are not on the list," said Zarif.

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Albania begins voting in snap general election

Albania begins voting in snap general election

Nearly 3.5 million voters will choose from 18 parties to govern the country for the next four years

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Vatican confirms Mali to get its first cardinal

Vatican confirms Mali to get its first cardinal

Vatican experts said Zerbo, 74, was recovering from an illness but had managed to make the trip to the Vatican to be appointed cardinal along with four others by Pope Francis on Wednesday.

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China rejects 'interference' as Vatican raises bishop case

China rejects 'interference' as Vatican raises bishop case

It was the latest dispute in an decades-long argument over who in the Communist country has the authority to appoint bishops.

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Albanian Muslim's pray for Eid on Tirana's new square

Albanian Muslim's pray for Eid on Tirana's new square

Same as in the past, devotees gathered to pray, so that God cleans their souls.

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US stock market opens higher

US stock market opens higher

Tech shares up more than 1 percent

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Google to stop scanning email for advertising data

Google to stop scanning email for advertising data

Company will no longer pull data from free Gmail inboxes to personalize ads

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US scientists decry use of 2 antimicrobial chemicals

US scientists decry use of 2 antimicrobial chemicals

More than 200 scientists urge further restrictions on commonly used chemicals

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