S Africa deploys 70,000 troops to enforce lockdown

More than 70,000 extra troops will be deployed in South Africa to help enforce a lockdown intended to stop the spread of coronavirus, President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced. South Africa has had 3,465 confirmed coronavirus cases – second only to

Indian police accused of targeting Muslims over anti-CAA protests

Activists arrested, others charged under anti-terror law for protesting against citizenship law amid COVID-19 lockdown. New Delhi, India – The arrest of several Muslim activists behind anti-citizenship law protests in India has caused an outrage, with writers, academics, lawyers and

World War 3 fears: Iran launch military satellite amid Trump’s ‘shoot and destroy’ threat

Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guard Corp claims to have successfully launched a satellite missile named Noor, meaning light in Urdu. Iran has previously attempted several launches but all were proven unsuccessful. This launch is expected to intensify US and Iran tensions which

Muslim minority doctors first to die on front line of UK pandemic

Families and patients remember the four doctors who contracted coronavirus while fighting for others with the disease. London, United Kingdom – The United Kingdom is paying tribute to the first doctors on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic who have