As the number of Mogadishu bombing casualities increases, shocking details are revealing about the victims who were killed in the deadliest assault the country has ever witnessed.
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Families of those killed in the bombing attack in the battered capital of Somalia are mourning their loss as hundreds of parents faced the agonizing news that shattered their dreams of a better future.
Responding to a devastating attack that killed and injured hundreds of people in Somalia’s Mogadishu, a UK-based charity has launched a fundraising campaign to support victims of the tragedy.
A Kenyan bishop has converted to Islam and turned his church into a mosque, saying that he could not stand how women wore indecently to his church.
The Muslim members of Ghana national football team arrived Sunday in Saudi Arabia to perform umrah, or mini-hajj, and ask for Allah’s blessings.
A Nigerian news reporter has won the third BBC World News Komla Dumor Award in recognition of her special reports on high-profile news stories, including the Boko Haram insurgency.
A Nigerian Muslim teacher has won this year’s prestigious UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award in recognition of his efforts to teach orphans of both Islamic fighters and Nigerian army soldiers.
Four years after converting to Islam, Nigerian screen diva Lizzy Anjorin has stressed that Islam has changed her life to the best, adding that her decision to accept Islam has positively modified the way she dresses.
A 6-year-old Nigerian boy has become one of the few people to learn and memorize the entire Qur’an in less than one year, becoming a role model for Muslim youngsters.
A South African shoe retailer has apologized to the country’s Muslim community after using the name of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) on their latest items.
As the Knysna fires disaster spread, teams of Muslim firefighters flocked to the region, battling blaze after blaze, while maintaining the fast of the holy month of Ramadan.