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Drunken 'Muslim gang' jailed for Liverpool street attacks

28 July, 2017

Liverpool Crown Court has sentenced three young men for attacks on white 'non-Muslims' to jail following assaults that took place March last year.

Crowds celebrate return of dead Palestinian to hometown

28 July, 2017

Hundreds of Palestinians lined the streets of Hizma, chanting slogans and waving flags, as Mohammed Fethi Kanaan's body was transported there from Ramallah on Friday morning.

Israel enforces stronger security presence in Jerusalem

28 July, 2017

Palestinian men under the age of 50 will not be allowed past numerous police cordons for Friday prayers at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa Mosque for the second week in a row.

Pakistan's prime minister ousted following Supreme Court corruption ruling

28 July, 2017

Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been disqualified from office over corruption allegations.

Anti-Qatar 'terrorism ads' broadcast on US television

27 July, 2017

Saudi lobbyists paid $138,000 for a series of American TV spots that accuse Qatar of terrorism.

Jordan and Israel seek 'justice' after attacks

27 July, 2017

King Abdullah urged Netanyahu to 'take responsibility' including a trial for the killer, while the Israeli leader called for the execution of the Palestinian who stabbed three Israelis last week.

Body of 'tortured' Egyptian teenager discovered days after arrest

27 July, 2017

Egyptians demand answers after a Coptic teenager was found dead, bearing alleged signs of torture after being detained for two days.

Iran enters space race with rocket test

27 July, 2017

Named after a bird in Iranian mythology, the Simorgh rocket is capable of propelling a satellite weighing 250 kilogrammes to an altitude of 500 km above earth.

Saudi Arabia 'must come clean' over senior royal's 'detention'

27 July, 2017

Human rights group sends letter to Saudi foreign minister requesting clarity on the status of former Crown Prince Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who is reportedly under house arrest.

East Libya closes Sudan consulate over alleged people smuggling

27 July, 2017

The east Libyan government closed the Sudanese consulate in the south-eastern city of Kufra, a major smuggling route for migrants.

Woman vows to 'kill all Muslims' following parking dispute

27 July, 2017

North Dakota accountant apologises for not acting 'Christian like' after racially abusing three Somali girls in a Walmart car park over their Muslim heritage.

Many injured in clashes as Israel closes al-Aqsa Mosque

27 July, 2017

Israel has closed the Bab al-Hatta gate to al-Aqsa Mosque again as fresh clashes erupt between police and Palestinian protesters.

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