Muslims concerned that community outreach programmes are used as a cover to gather intelligence.
A group describing themselves as Christian activists repeatedly disrupted a peaceful protest by Muslims who were participating in a rally seeking religious tolerance.
Whilst in traditional mosques omwn pray separately from men, muslim women at an interfaith centre in Los Angeles listen to the sermon by Edina Lekovic, a role traditionally reserved for Muslim men.
Imad Mughniyah was the head of Hezbollah’s international operations and had been hunted for decades. In 2008, he approached an SUV and a bomb went off.
Last year "a degree of cooperation" allowed aid to enter after several months of being blocked, but access has again vanished with a deterioration of security
A young boy in need of urgent medical treatment died when Egypt and Israel refused to open the border gates.
ISIL insurgents attacked regional Kurdish forces southwest of Kirkuk on Friday, seizing some areas including parts of the Khabbaz oilfields.
Abu Malik worked at Saddam Hussein's Muthana chemical weapon production facility before joining terror group
A State Department official said there was no intent to deny Kurdish fighters heavy weapons, and that there was a new effort to provide mortars, rounds for Soviet-made T-62 tanks the Kurds commandeered in 2003 from Saddam Hussein’s army, and other vehicles and equipment to counter roadside bombs.
Kim Jong-un appears to accuse US of trying to undermine regime
Protests against the French newspaper Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad have erupted around the world and taken place weekly in the Afghan capital.
Will Middle East hostage crisis fuel Japan's desire to expand its military role?
Muhammad Azam Inquilabi, the chief architect of the insurgency in Jammur and Kashmir now advocates a peaceful dialogue. Disgruntled with violence, Inquilabi, 68, now talks of a peaceful settlement of the Kashmir issue involving India, Pakistan and the people of the state.
The former Taliban commander who turned his back to the Taliban and pledged allegiance to Baghgadi was captured with 45 other.
The shelling created panic among residents with many presuming that Boko Haram was making attempts to storm into the city.
On Friday, the AU Peace and Security Council approved the deployment of 7,500 troops to Nigeria to fight Boko Haram
Source close to Hamas says no longer accepts Egypt as Israel mediator
Historic handwritten documents and archived texts burned as firefighters battled to save the library. 10 million books were saved.
Podemos was formed just a year ago by university professor Pablo Iglesias, but produced a major shock by winning five seats in elections for the European Parliament in May.
Anti-Islam movement draws only 1,500 demonstrators in Leipzig, while organizers expected 20,000.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Saturday that the country faces a long, hard battle against militancy, days after one of the bloodiest attacks on security forces in years.
Hadi made his statement during a meeting with general secretaries of several Yemeni political parties.
The passports of the 72 nationals were revoked after Bahrain's cabinet had approved the move to protect Bahrain's security and stability and fight "terrorist threats."
Gaps in on the ground intelligence could cut off key resoures of information for drone-missile attacks.
A roadside bomb went off near an army patrol in the city of al-Baydaa,
An Egyptiian court bans Hamas and lists as terrorist organisation
Ahmed Megahed, director of the General Egyptian Book Organisation, confirmed that Dar El-Shorouk withdrew the books from its wing.