Amnesty urges ICC to formally investigate Boko Haram conflict atrocities

Amnesty International urges the International Criminal Court (ICC) to launch a full-blown probe into the atrocities committed by both the Boko Haram terrorists and the Nigerian military during the militancy campaign in the African country, criticizing Abuja for not doing enough to bring those responsible to justice.

Hindus rally to demand building of temple on ex-mosque site

Thousands of Hindus, including monks, have gathered in the Indian capital of New Delhi to participate in a demonstration calling for the construction of a temple on the site of a historical mosque demolished by Hindu extremists in 1992.

Ottoman-era Turbah unearthed in Slovakia

According to a report in The Slovak Spectator, archaeologist Viktória Tittonová led an investigation of an area of a castle located near what is now the Slovakia-Hungary border. 

China extends crackdown on Muslims

China’s crackdown on Muslims in Xinjiang province has spread to Ningxia, signaling a hardening in Beijing’s management of ethnic and religious groups.

British Muslims demand legal protection from Islamophobia

British Muslim organizations are urging Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and all other party leaders to adopt a newly proposed working definition of Islamophobia in an attempt to put pressure on a reluctant Home Office to follow suit.

Seehofer tells Islam conference Muslims are a part of Germany

Horst Seehofer said on Wednesday in Berlin that "Muslims belong to Germany," speaking as he presided over the fourth German Islam Conference (DIK). The comments drew particular attention given Seehofer's past statement that Islam was not part of Germany.

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