A UK-based Muslim group has just launched its new campaign, ‘Operation Muslim Vote’, to oust candidates who don’t represent their constituents, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
As recently as 2012 France’s public road system was ranked the best in the world, but a new report from the World Economic Forum has dropped France all the way to 18th place.
A UK judge has rejected an attempt to delay the renowned Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange's extradition case. The United States is keen to get its has on the world-famous whistle-blower over allegations he leaked government secrets.
Thousands of people have gathered in central London to mark 40 days since the martyrdom anniversary of Islam’s 3rd Shia Imam.
Islamophobia is rearing its ugly head in France yet again, amid heightening social protests against the unpopular government of austerity-minded President Emmanuel Macron.
Georges Ibrahim Abdallah, known as the “Nelson Mandela of the Arab World”, has now marked 35 years in a French prison. The pro-Palestinian resistance leader remains Europe’s longest-held political prisoner.
France’s Yellow Vests have marched for 48th consecutive weekend around the country. The past 11 months have been filled with violent repression, mass arrests and what many say is a media campaign orchestrated against them.
A judge at Oxford Crown Court has sparked controversy by refusing to jail three teenagers and a young adult on the grounds that they “wouldn’t cope in prison”.
Pope Francis on Sunday scolded countries that produce weapons for wars fought elsewhere and then refuse to take in refugees fleeing the very same conflicts.