‘Let’s party, coronavirus has ended’ – Tanzanian official

A senior politician has sparked disbelief among Tanzanians by saying that coronavirus has "ended" and calling on the public to celebrate in the streets...

Denmark’s female imam: ‘We challenge the structure from within’

Born in 1974 to a Muslim Syrian father and Christian Finnish mother, Sherin Khankan, Denmark's first female imam, came into the world in a meeting...

Coronavirus: Zambia sex workers praised for contact tracing

Sex workers in Zambia are helping to trace people who have contracted coronavirus after a surge in new infections at the border town of...

Coronavirus: WHO warns 190,000 could die in Africa in one year

As many as 190,000 people across Africa could die in the first year of the coronavirus pandemic if crucial containment measures fail, the World...

UK Muslim, 100, walks garden laps for virus victims while fasting

A 100-year-old man is walking laps in his east London garden to raise funds for coronavirus victims in the United Kingdom, Bangladesh and dozens...

Coronavirus: Do not use untested remedies, WHO Africa warns

  The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning against people using untested remedies for coronavirus. Africans deserve access to medicines that have gone through...

In an attempt to slow down the spread of the novel coronavirus, an increasing...

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso - At tonight's iftar, the meal with which Muslims break their fast at sunset during Ramadan, Karim Bamago will have nothing to...

Iran: Over 700 dead after drinking alcohol to cure coronavirus

More than 700 people have died in Iran after ingesting toxic methanol, erroneously thinking it can cure the new coronavirus. The national coroner's authority said that alcohol poisoning...

S Africa: Apology issued for ‘blasphemous’ remark in mosque raid

South Africa's police minister Bheki Cele has apologised for a "blasphemous" remark made by a policeman to praying Muslims as he was enforcing lockdown rules. The...

In pictures: World gets ready for Ramadan

  A woman wearing a protective face mask amid concerns over the COVID-19 buys traditional Ramadan lanterns, called "fanous" at a stall, ahead of the...

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