Riots in Washington, D.C. spread to other US states

ANKARA US President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the Kansas Statehouse and the Georgia Capitol on Wednesday after breaching the Capitol building. Read: Biden denounces ‘extremist’ Trumpsters in Capitol Protestors were moving inside the first floor of Topeka’s capitol rotunda, FOX4 News reported, citing eyewitnesses. Capitol police took their place in the building and protestors are remaining… Read More Riots in Washington, D.C. spread to other US states

Malaysia to sign AstraZeneca vaccine deal on Monday

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia will sign a deal on Monday to purchase the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) vaccine from British-Swedish multinational pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. Addressing media on Saturday, Malaysian Health Minister Adham Baba said the country reached an agreement with AstraZeneca for the purchase of vaccines. The vaccines are planned to be brought to the country… Read More Malaysia to sign AstraZeneca vaccine deal on Monday

Iraqi PM warns of collapse of state without financial reforms

BAGHDAD Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi on Saturday warned of the collapse of the social and political systems in Iraq and overwhelming chaos if the country does not undergo financial reforms. Al-Kadhimi made his comments during an extraordinary session of the Iraqi cabinet to discuss the federal budget for the fiscal year 2021, which came… Read More Iraqi PM warns of collapse of state without financial reforms

Man held for spreading ‘anti-Islam’ messages on Facebook

BANGLADESH Members of Counter Terrorism (CT) unit of Chattogram Metropolitan Police (CMP) arrested a man for spreading messages on Facebook “demeaning Islam and the Prophet”. Police identified the arrested as Md Saifuddin (41). He was sent to jail in this connection after being produced before a court in Chattogram. Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) for Operation… Read More Man held for spreading ‘anti-Islam’ messages on Facebook

US lawmakers urge Facebook to remove anti-Islam content

By Muslimedia.PH Facebook appears ‘to lack the will necessary to effectively address hate and violence targeting Muslims,’ say lawmakers WASHINGTON A group of 30 lawmakers in the United States urged Facebook on Tuesday to remove anti-Muslim content on the social media platform, saying it is “dangerous” and “deadly.” Led by Democratic congresswoman Debbie Dingell, the… Read More US lawmakers urge Facebook to remove anti-Islam content