UN urges investigation into Saudi killing of Yemeni schoolchildren

The United Nations has called for a thorough investigation into the killing of over a dozen civilians, including several schoolchildren, in an airstrike carried out by Saudi warplanes on a residential area in Yemen's west-central province of Sana'a.

Taliban kills dozens in Afghanistan’s Badghis

Hundreds of Taliban militants stormed a district in Afghanistan's western Badghis province, with both Afghan government forces and the militant group suffering dozens of casualties, provincial officials said.

Quebec to ban public employees from wearing religious symbols

The Canadian province of Quebec will ban public sector employees from wearing religious symbols during work hours, in legislation introduced on Thursday, a controversial move that critics say targets Muslim women who wear hijabs or other head coverings.

15 suspended Tory Islamophobia row councillors quietly reinstated.

More than a dozen Conservative councillors who were suspended over posting Islamophobic or racist content online – with some describing Saudis as “sand peasants” and sharing material comparing Asian people to dogs – have had their membership quietly reinstated, a Guardian investigation has found.

France closes four Iranian-backed centers

French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said in a statement that four Iranian-backed centers of the Shia community would be suspended in his country.

Quran burnt amid Islamists' Friday prayer near Danish Parl't

A Friday prayer session at one of Copenhagen's central squares by the notorious Hizb ut-Tahrir organization that seeks to establish a Sharia-governed regime and is forbidden in many countries, has been confronted by Danish nationalists, who organised a Quran burning.

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