Comoros has most free media in Muslim world, Turkmenistan has worst

The Comoros has the most free media in the Muslim world and Turkmenistan has the worst, according to Reporters Without Borders (RWB) which evaluates...

Tunisia recognises anti-homophobia group after “gay-pride” party

The Tunisian government has recognised an anti-homophobia group, just days after a "gay-pride" style party marked World Anti-Homophobia Day at a Tunis hotel, according...

Egyptian authorities prevent Algerian aid convoy from reaching Gaza

A Palestinian NGO has confirmed that Egyptian authorities stopped an Algerian aid convoy from entering Gaza at the Rafah Crossing last Friday. The NGO said:...

Catholic bishop protects 2,000 Muslim refugees from attacks in CAR

A Catholic bishop in the Central African Republic (CAR) has given refuge to 2,000 Muslims who fear attacks by Christian militias. In an interview with...

Somalis targeted in South Africa

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Thousands of Brits flee Tunisia after beach massacre

Thousands of British holidaymakers are fleeing Tunisia in the aftermath of the beach resort massacre that left dozens of tourists dead. Tour companies have hurriedly...

Egypt requires national reconciliation for peace

The largest populated country in the Arab world is deeply polarized like never before, writes Mohammed Kahiye. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people have been...

Egyptian court sentences Mohamed Morsi to 25 years in “Qatar spy” case

Egypt’s first democratically elected president, Mohammed Morsi, who was overthrown by a military coup in 2013, has been sentenced to 25 years imprisonment in...

Mohamed Salah may “quit Egypt national team” over Chechen leader’s antics

Liverpool’s star forward, Mohamed Salah, is considering quitting the Egyptian national team due to his discontentment over the political antics of Chechnya’s leader –...

Kenyan government should blame itself for Al Shabab blowback

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Kenya’s incursion into Somalia and its fragile intelligence agency has made Al-Shabab a strong multinational terrorist organisation, writes 5Pillarz Kenya correspondent Mohammed Kahiye from...
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