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Chinese drone captures apocalyptic blast
Chinese drone captures apocalyptic blast
A drone in China has captured scenes that resembles the apocalypse, with authorities saying that traces of sodium cyanide being found in the blast.
 
Video shows US police firing 46 times at black man
Video shows US police firing 46 times at black man
The video, released by the American Civil Liberties Union, accompanies an interview with the mother of mentally-ill Milton Hall, who was shot by eight officers in 2012 for refusing to drop his pocketknife
 
Naqba 2015 commemoration
Naqba 2015 commemoration
Thousands of Palestinians living in occupied territories have held rallies to mark the 67th anniversary of the Nakba Day, the day when Israeli forces displaced hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their land.
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Palestinian artist expelled from Banksy s Dismaland

A Palestinian artist Shadi Alzaqouq was ordered to leave after after placing a bed sheet over his work advocating the boycott of Israel protesting the...

Ottoman cellars in Lebanon turned into 'Cave of Arts' museum

Cave of Arts works to connect new generation with old by collecting past and presenting it in an elegant way, says owner

Islamic Indian Deccan art at The Met NYC

A new exhibition Sultans of Deccan India, 1500–1700: Opulence and Fantasy, which opened April 20 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, brings together some...

Palestinian art smuggled by Jon Snow in London gallery

Channel 4 presenter Jon Snow smuggled artwork by a Palestinian artist when she was unable to get a permit to leave Gaza.

Singer Sami Yusuf music banned in Iran

The singer was "banned by his own" after giving a performance in Nazareth, Occupied Palestine. Iran does not recognise Israel and artists who perform...

N America Awaits Largest Muslim Festival

Launched in 2004, MuslimFest showcases the talents of local and international Muslim artists with comedy shows, concerts and a childrens carnival

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A new era for World Bulletin

As the world is quickly changing, World Bulletin is entering a new era. Though the world may be in a continuous mode of change, World Bulletin...

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US baseball great suspended for Islamophobic tweet

US baseball great suspended for Islamophobic tweet

Curt Schilling, a former MLB pitcher compared Muslims to Nazis in a tweet which he removed after getting a backlash from fans.

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Syrian regime airstrikes kill 21 in East Ghouta

Syrian regime airstrikes kill 21 in East Ghouta

Regime warplanes target opposition-held area east of capital Damascus, killing dozens, local sources assert

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Swiss say will help Balkans deal with refugee crisis

Swiss say will help Balkans deal with refugee crisis

Alpine nation aimed to send financial aid to Serbia, Macedonia and Bosnia Herzogovina to help them deal with the ballooning migrant crises on their territories

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UN Somalia aid crisis 'critical'

UN: Somalia aid crisis 'critical'

'The situation among internally displaced people is particularly worrying', UN aid chief says

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Philippines army pursuing Abu Sayyaf in Muslim south

Philippines: army pursuing Abu Sayyaf in Muslim south

Al-Qaeda linked group fleeing intensified government military operations following sighting of elusive leader

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Photo essay of Eid ul Fitr around the world

Photo essay of Eid ul Fitr around the world

Worldbulletin presents a photo essay of Muslims celebrating Eid ul Fitr around the world

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Global stocks plunge over Asian crisis fears

Global stocks plunge over Asian crisis fears

Depreciation of emerging market currencies, combined with low commodities prices, have made investors around the globe nervous

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Google launches personalized storm tracker

Google launches personalized storm tracker

Searches for oncoming storms will display information such as maps, forecasts, reminders and preparedness instructions

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Cash crunch for Paris conference UN climate chief

Cash crunch for Paris conference: UN climate chief

Christiana Figueres says there is 1.2 million euros deficit to cover upcoming sessions

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Four years after uprising Egypt is back to square one

Four years after uprising, Egypt is back to square one

Four years after Egypt's 2011 uprising, raise suffering from unemployment, poor healthcare, electricity shortages

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