Couple fined in Kazakhstan for teaching Quran

After police raided their home in a village in the southern Jambyl Region of Kazakhstan where 48 girls were studying the Quran in the school holidays, a husband and wife have both been fined for illegal religious lessons.

Saudi warplanes hit Yemen’s Hajjah, Sa'ada

On another day of the deadly campaign led by the regime in Riyadh against Yemen, Saudi warplanes have conducted airstrikes on the provinces of Hajjah and Sa'ada..

Scholars: UN, Security Council fully responsible for Saudi-led aggression on Yemen

Yemeni scholars and religious figures have strongly denounced a recent deadly airstrike by Saudi warplanes on a bus carrying schoolchildren in the country’s northwestern province of Sa’ada, criticizing the silence and inaction of world bodies vis-à-vis the Saudi-led coalition's crimes against Yemenis.

UNAMA: Facts in the incident in Kabul educational center have now became clear

The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) says the Mission has now verified that 40 students were killed and 67 others were injured, the majority of whom were Shia young women and men, in the deadly attack targeting an educational center in a mainly Shia inhabited area in Kabul, Afghanistan.

HRW skeptical of Myanmar inquiry into Rohingya abuses

Human Rights Watch has warned that a panel set up by Myanmar to probe atrocities against Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine state does not seem to be performing its task in a “serious and impartial” manner.

Los Angeles turns down funding for program targeting Muslims

The office of the mayor of Los Angeles, USA turned down a $425,000 grant from the federal government for a program intended to counter violent extremism that has been criticized for targeting and vilifying Muslims, the mayor's office said on Friday.

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