#EndSARS: Court orders probe of Sam Adeyemi, Davido, Tuface, others and more
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Bangladesh opens first Islamic college for transgender Muslims
Bangladesh opens its first Islamic school for transgender worshippers, with clerics calling it a first step towards integrating the marginalised group into society. The madrasa is one of a series of recent moves in Bangladesh to make life easier for the Muslim-majority nation's up to 1.5 million transgender people.
Buhari Mourns Afenifere Leader, Pa Fasanmi and Sam Momah, Magu responds to AGF's allegations and more
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Lagos doctors begin strike tomorrow, Falana denies receiving N28m from Magu and more
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Ramadan during the COVID-19 pandemic
Ramadan is typically a period of both worship and socialising, but this year strict lockdowns have limited gatherings for iftar meals at dusk when the fast is broken — a centrepiece of Ramadan. For millions of Muslims around the world, this Ramadan is unlike any other, with closed mosques and family gatherings forbidden.
Covid-19: An unusual Ramadan
Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Ramadan is an unusual one for the Muslim community who are used to gathering together to pray and share meals as a community. Mosques around the world, including the holy sites in Mecca and Medina, have also been closed. These are a few of the reasons why this year's Ramadan is looking very different for adherents Islam around the world.
40 Nigerian health workers test positive for coronavirus, COVID-19 vaccine trial on humans begins in UK
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Slovenia's first mosque opens after 50 years
Slovenia's first mosque opens in the capital Ljubljana after surmounting financial hurdles and right-wing opposition, 50 years after the initial request to build was made. Muslims in the predominantly Catholic Alpine country first filed a request to build a mosque in the late 1960s while Slovenia was still part of the former Communist Yugoslavia. The community finally received permission 15 years ago, but ran into opposition from right-wing politicians and groups, as well as financial troubles.
Muslim world leaders visit Auschwitz in 'strong signal' of interfaith support
Few Muslims have visited the notorious site of some of history's worst atrocities. But high-ranking leaders of Muslim and Jewish communities are coming together to mark 75 years since the concentration camp's liberation.