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Centuries ago, a prestigious Islamic library brought Arabic numerals to the world. Though the library long since disappeared, its mathematical revolution changed our world.
More than 70 years after Israel declared statehood, its borders are yet to be entirely settled. Wars, treaties and occupation mean the shape of the Jewish state has changed over time, and in parts is still undefined.
The Turkish historical TV drama Dirilis Ertugrul (Ertugrul's Resurrection) has been all the rage in Pakistan since the state broadcaster began airing a dubbed version in April.
Muslims in the UK have been urged to celebrate the Islamic festival of Eid at home under lockdown this weekend.
Saudi Arabia put to death 184 people in 2019 - a record number for the kingdom - despite a decline in executions worldwide, Amnesty International says.
As Pakistan imposes greater social distancing measures to combat coronavirus, a Muslim law of generosity is helping to save those out of work.
Turkey has charged 20 suspects over the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul in October 2018.
The US has started withdrawing troops from Afghanistan as part of a deal with the Taliban aimed at bringing peace to the country.
The Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) has renewed its call for an independent inquiry into accusations of Islamophobia in the Conservative Party, accusing it of failing to act.
There are some 200 homes and shops in riot-hit lanes of Khajuri Khas, a fifth of them owned by Muslims. The mob targeted houses and shops with chilling ease.
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak – ousted by the military in 2011 – has died in Cairo at the age of 91.
The Israeli military says it has launched air strikes against a Palestinian in Gaza and Syria in response to rocket fire.
A group of Muslim women who set up their own cycling group are on a mission to get more females from minority backgrounds on their bikes.
Muslims who chose to stay in India when it was partitioned following independence from Britain did the country "no favours", Yogi Adityanath, one of India's most controversial right-wing politicians
Powerful Iraqi Shia cleric Moqtada al-Sadr earlier called for a million people to join Friday's march, close to the US embassy in the capital.
A hospital trust believes it is the first in the UK to introduce disposable sterile headscarves for staff to use in operating theatres.
Thousands of Syrian migrants have until Tuesday to leave Istanbul or face expulsion from Turkey's biggest city.
A man has been arrested in Norway after a shooting inside a mosque left one person injured on Saturday. Police say a gunman opened...
Former cricketer Imran Khan has claimed victory in Pakistan's election, amid accusations of vote rigging by rivals.
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