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The things people do for money Trump dances in Saudi
The things people do for money: Trump dances in Saudi
Trump 2016 vs Trump 2017: Please enjoy this footage of President Donald Trump along with the secretaries of commerce and state receiving a lavish welcome and dancing with Saudi King Salman in a traditional male-only sword dance before a state dinner at S
 
Poet Amal Kassir on losing family in Syria
Poet Amal Kassir on losing family in Syria
Syrian-American poet Amal Kassir describes losing 10 family members in this weeks Syria bombing. "My grandmother hasn't lost a child in 28 years and she can't utter a word right now"
 
Ramadan around the world
Ramadan around the world
Ramadan, the Muslim holy month of fasting, has begun and World Bulletin has put together pictures that showcases Muslims from across the Islam world during this sacred month.
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

Ibn Sina Avicenna declared as a ruler in Europe

With the fame and effect to the west on discoveries and creations in medicine, the book of Ibn Sina, “El-Kanun fi't-Tib” was taught in the European...

Traditional dhow boat race retraces Gulf pearl route

The winner, the dhow "Zilzal," or "Earthquake," was awarded 10 million dirhams ($2.72 million). 

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

Islam in Japan Before 1900

With the beginning of the era of Japanese Renaissance, known as the era of Meiji, started in 1868, only two countries in Asia enjoyed independence,...

New batch of Homo naledi bones found in South Africa

Homo naledi is believed to have lived alongside early humans known as Homo sapiens, say scientists

Palestinian fashion designer breathes new life into tradition

Palestinians have for centuries painstakingly sewn long black dresses and adorned them with red embroidery, in designs still worn today in rural areas...

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Turkey's April 16 referendum around the corner...

Turkey will be heading to a new referendum on April 16th. Approximately 58 million people will vote for the Presidential Government System. In...

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Key Pak-Afghan border crossing reopened on Ramadan eve

Key Pak-Afghan border crossing reopened on Ramadan eve

Southwestern Chaman crossing was shut down following a deadly border clash between two sides three weeks ago

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India New move could hurt thousands of cattle traders

India: New move could hurt thousands of cattle traders

New notification could hurt thousands of farmers and Muslim meat traders

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ISIL claims attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt

ISIL claims attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt

Friday's attack in Minya province, south of Cairo, killed 29 Coptic Christians and injured scores

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UN to set up fund to help Kosovo displaced poisoned

UN to set up fund to help Kosovo displaced poisoned at UN camps

The UN mission in Kosovo was set up at the end of the war in 1999 and helped govern it until Kosovo's 2008 independence.

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No unconditional amnesty for ex-Boko Haram urges NGO

No unconditional amnesty for ex-Boko Haram, urges NGO

Need for accountability cannot be overemphasized post-insurgency, remembering the deadly atrocities committed, says NGO

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Philippines peace talks with communist rebels break down

Philippines peace talks with communist rebels break down

Senior rebel negotiator Luis Jalandoni said that despite the government's ultimatum, the guerrillas' attacks would continue.

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An Insight Into Qur an Memorization in Bosnia

An Insight Into Qur’an Memorization in Bosnia

The first phase of memorizing starts by learning from a teacher.

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US stock market opens lower

US stock market opens lower

Stocks are down despite upward revision in economic growth

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NASA's Juno probe forces 'rethink' on Jupiter

NASA's Juno probe forces 'rethink' on Jupiter

A NASA statement described the planet as "a complex, gigantic, turbulent world" that is far different than scientists previously thought.

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US 23M more to lose health care under Republican plan

US: 23M more to lose health care under Republican plan

Number just 1 million shy of those who would have been without coverage under previous Republican draft

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