French "yellow vest" protesters demonstrated in Paris on Saturday, September 14, marking the anti-government movement's 44th week
In Tuesday’s procession, hundreds of people gathered to add their voice to the chants. Shia Muslims from Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq and the UK itself came together in mourning. The organizers were asked to make sure the event was purged of factional messages but to do so would have defeated the message of Karbala.
The 43rd week of the Yellow Vests movement has been overshadowed by violence amid clashes between protesters and police, as demonstrations took place in Paris, Bordeaux, Montpellier and Rouen.
PM Boris Johnson’s derogatory comments on black people and Muslim women have unified minority communities in the UK, with the Commons’ first turbaned Sikh MP defending his fellow Muslim brothers and sisters.
As the British political system creaks under the weight of severe stresses brought about by Brexit-related issues, the monarch is nowhere to be seen.
The man behind a disturbing hate campaign, which targeted British Muslims and UK political figures has been sentenced to a 12 and a half year jail term at the Old Bailey court house in London.
Former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has forcefully waded into Britain’s deepening political and constitutional crisis by warning against a general election.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has lashed out at US President Donald Trump over golfing amid Hurricane Dorian.
Pope Francis arrived late for his weekly address in St. Peter's Square on Sunday, explaining that he had been stuck in an elevator in the Vatican for 25 minutes and had to be freed by firefighters.