Danish far-right members burn Quran in capital

Activists of a far-right group burned a copy of the Quran and unfurled a banner saying "Europe is ours" in the Danish capital to protest against the iftar (fast-breaking) gathering of Muslims on Saturday.

Quran competition at Ramadan Tent in Moscow

The XIV Moscow International Qur’an Reciting Competition took place at Ramadan Tent, an event traditionally held near Moscow Memorial Mosque in the last days of the holy month of Ramadan. 

18 killed as Taliban strike near historic Afghan minaret

Taliban fighters have stormed several security posts providing protection to Afghanistan's historic minaret of Jam, cutting access to the UNESCO World Heritage Site and killing 18 security forces, officials said Wednesday.

Taliban kill 23 in two attacks on Afghan forces

Afghan officials said that two Taliban attacks targeted Afghan security checkpoints in the country’s west and east, killing at least 23 members of the security forces.

Bull attack on Shia procession injures 12 in India

Twelve Shia mourners have been injured in the old city area of the Uttar Pradesh capital when a stray bull ran amok and tore into a procession taken out to mark the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Ali

Attacks against Afghan schools soar, says UNICEF

The number of attacks on schools in Afghanistan nearly tripled last year, UNICEF said Tuesday, cutting children's access to education amid worsening security in the war-torn nation.

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