Imam Harun’s fight against racism has deep repercussions not only in South Africa but also in the rest of the continent.
İsmail Gaspıralı, the leading thinker, journalist and politician was born in Bahçesaray, a Crimean town in 1851
It was inevitable for this barren argument of modern times to be rekindled after a religious shadow had fallen on the political developments in the Middle East equation
IFRC said some 571,710 people were affected by the drought in Honduras, which had left them in danger of hunger due to dying crops, higher food prices and less work for agricultural day laborers.
Thousands marched in Iguala to protest the disappearance of the teachers in training. After the march, masked men set fire to the municipal offices with Molotov cocktails and smashed the windows.
Islamic charity and human rights campaigners accuse British government of anti-Muslim bias
Arab students were recently threatened to be punished as a result of staging a demonstration in support of the Palestinian people
Militarisation by both sides along the border has risen and public animosity between the two countries is growing, said Igor Sutyagin
"I'm in Belgrade for the first time in 25 years," Hoxhaj told reporters, "It shows how difficult the journey was to come to Belgrade, (just) a four-hour drive up the road."
Broadcasters and advertisers among group arrested in nationwide operation
On October 22,1992, 16 Bosnians travelling in a bus were taken hostage by the Serbian armed unit "Avengers" and brutally killed.
The decision was welcomed by Kosovo's Olympic Committee, formed in 1992 with more than 30 affiliated national federations with 13 of which being Olympic sports federations.
The conflict between Turkish and Greek Cypriots on the island continues over the ownership of the hydrocarbon reserves in the exclusive economic zones off the shore of the island
Sofia reduces Afganistan's $50m balance to $8 million
Aeroplane maker company Boeing sells plane parts to Iran, as part of easing the sanctions and first step since 1979
Demonstrators express solidarity with Ferguson protestors.
A video footage by TV news cameras Wednesday night shows a man scaling over the White House fence on Pennsylvania Avenue.
The travelers will be required to provide emails, phone numbers and addresses for themselves and for a friend or relative in the United States covering the 21 days
Harper said it was too early to know whether the gunman had accomplices but insisted Canada would never be intimidated.
North Korea's KCNA state news agency said Kim Jong Un, the country's leader, released the "criminal" Fowle, taking into consideration "repeated requests" from U.S. President Barack Obama
A resupply bundle intended for Kurdish forces fighting ISIL militants in the strategic Syrian town of Kobani might instead have been seized by ISIL, the Pentagon said
Jurors found three of the ex-guards guilty of manslaughter and weapons charges, and a fourth guilty of murder.
The World Health Organization last month urged the use of blood-derived products and serum from survivors.
That pact would aim to improve on two decades of stuttering cooperation and rein in emissions of carbon dioxide blamed for a disruptive rise in temperatures
Our southern neighbors use every excuse to suspend peace talks, and leave the negotiation table, Turkish Cypriot leader Eroglu says
The announcement comes ahead of the anniversary on Oct. 26 of a demonstration last year in which dozens of Saudi women said they had taken to the road in protest at the ban on female drivers
The presence of Israeli settlers in 37 of the village's flats brings Palestinians face to face with what they shudder at the most: the success of Israeli settlers in buying homes in Jerusalem, thus changing the demographic nature of the city
U.S. led coalition planes bombs ISIL objectives in the city, as intense fighting in the city continues
A total of 15 strikes were staged against ISIL in Iraq and Syria on Wednesday and Thursday, according to a statement from Central Command.
Turkey should allow the passage of peshmerga forces and weapons from northern Iraq to help Kurds in Kobani to push ISIL back, Iraqi Kurdish politician says
Israeli police said on Twitter that a Palestinian man had been detained at a military checkpoint, one day after a Palestinian driver was killed for allegedly hitting several Israeli pedestrians
The sources said the apartment in the northern town of Asoun housed Lebanese and Syrian gunmen wanted by authorities
The detainees were moved to detention centers run by the internal security agency (Shin Bet) for interrogation
Coalition strikes have hit the Syrian provinces of Aleppo, Deir al-Zor, Idlib, Raqqa and al-Hassakah, the Observatory said.
The boy, 4, was killed in the northern Gaza Strip city of Beit Hanoun when a projectile left behind in Gaza by the Israeli military during the offensive on the Gaza Strip
The Saudi Health Ministry said on its website that a new Coronavirus fatality was registered in the western city of Ta'if, while a new infection was registered in the western city of Medina
The Kurdish political parties in northern Syria have signed the "Dohuk agreement" to defend Rojava, a Kurdish-majority area in northeast Syria.
The state news agency said Assad had shuffled governors of Aleppo and Idlib provinces in the north - both partly controlled by rebels and the site of frequent fighting
The clashes had broken out in Silwan neighborhood after Israeli troops raided the homes of the relatives of a Palestinian driver accused of running over and killing a baby and injuring eight people
A baby was killed and eight people were injured when a Palestinian driver ran over passengers in Jerusalem
The Pakistan Foreign Office has accused India of attempting to build new bunkers along its eastern border in violation of bilateral agreements.
Trade and Industry Minister Yoichi Miyazawa, appointed Tuesday, faces scandal over bar payment
Japan's defence ministry has said an X-Band radar system was delivered on Tuesday to the U.S. military's communication facility in Kyoto in the western part of the country
Troops repulse Bangsamoro fighters attack on civilian community, after 2 soldiers killed at hospital
Oxford-educated Bilawal Bhutto Zardari told Reuters that he planned a series of rallies in a challenge to Pakistan's embattled prime minister, Nawaz Sharif.
Student leader says can’t see any ‘practical need’ for second round of talks on political reform after first meeting Tuesday
Chinese Defence Minister Chang Wanquan told Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari that the two armed forces have seen "good cooperation on mutual visits, personnel training and other fields in recent years",
The men were returning from a vegetable market when gunmen intercepted the bus
Ed Miliband promised to crack down on immigration if his party is elected next year, seeking to woo voters tempted by the anti-EU UK Independence Party
Organization with alleged links to Muslim Brotherhood could face restrictions in government crackdown
The Irish parliament embarks on recognizing Palestinian State, following the announcement of the British and Swedish parliaments.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said Germany would also "most likely" provide military training to the Kurdish militant groups.
Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades was rushed to hospital after pro-longed nose bleed on Thursday but was later released.
Media reports of a suspected Russian submarine in Swedish waters could pressure the country to spend more on its military, expert says
Prosecutors had detained Vladimir Ledenev, the leading airfield service engineer at Moscow's Vnukovo airport, the head of flights at the airport, Roman Dunayev, dispatcher-trainee Svetlana Krivsun as well as Vnukovo's dispatcher Alexander Kruglov.
UKIP well ahead of the Conservatives among voters in Rochester to the southeast of London before a by-election next month
The men were accused of channeling about 140 million kroners, or $21 million, to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, through the Roj TV network.
At least 1 person injured in explosion in hospital’s medical waste section in Turkey’s capital, Ankara
The first and only Chinese-Turkish television channel CTV has begun broadcasting films, documentaries and Chinese cultural and traditional programs to promote Chinese economy, tradition and popular culture.
Sixteen scientists from Turkey to travel to Antarctica in Dec. 2014 and Jan. 2015.
Tight monetary policy stance will be maintained until there is significant improvement in inflation outlook, bank says.
Erdogan assures Latvian businessmen that the Turkish economy is stable and growing despite "smear campaigns"
The US acted despite opposition from Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says, adding "I told him (Obama) Kobani is not currently a strategic place for you, if anything it is strategic for us"
According to the Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry, over 30 million tourists came to the country between January and September 2014
Finnish ambassador said that Finland’s relations with Turkey are good and if Finnish companies can offer anything in the field of renewable energy market and cleantech, Turkey would be a good market.
Majority of Thursday’s newspapers cover Turkish President Erdogan’s remarks on US weapon airdrop for Kurdish groups in Syrian border town of Kobani and Kurdish parliament’s approval for the deployment of peshmerga mission to the Syrian border town
Davutoglu has said the solution process with the outlawed Kurdish Workers' Party can make progress towards a roadmap "within months."
The opposition accused the government of changing its stance after U.S. President Barack Obama recently made a telephone call to the Turkish president.
Turkish Foreign Ministry says decision by Turkish court to release suspect in attempted murder of Danish Islam critic Lars Hedegaard is judicial, not executive.
Albayrak aims to build four new berths and repair others, bringing the number of working berths to 10.
Event participants in Addis Ababa are expected to discuss various topics related to federalism, including fiscal federalism
A Tunisian policeman was killed on Thursday when security forces clashed with militants on the outskirts of Tunis
Khama's Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) is expected to win a reduced majority, extending the grip on power it has held since 1966
Some companies have threatened to halt operations and lay off workers if taxes are not refunded
A Muslim Brotherhood source said that Morsi, who faces multiple criminal charges, did not have a say in the matter since he refuses to recognize the legitimacy of the trials.
Up to 60 women have reportedly been kidnapped in Nigeria's Adamawa State in the restive northeastern region
Hassoumi Massaoudou, Niger's minister of the interior and public security, said it would be operated by Niger's intelligence service, the General Direction of Documentation and External Security.
China announced last month that it would send the troops to help protect civilians amid renewed violence.
A senior Chadian diplomatic source who requested anonymity said Jonathan made the announcement to show he had obtained a result but a deal had not yet been finalised.
The decree pardons certain political figures living outside the African country, who were previously accused of committing political crimes, according to state television