The virus has killed more than 80,000 people and has spread to 209 countries and territories. Here are the latest updates for April 7:
The high amount of coronavirus casualties in Italy has compounded the already short supply of Muslim burial spots.
The only thing holding this back is partisan mainstream media who refuse to report on the EU’s failure to be a partner of any sort to Iran.
With travel restrictions and border shutdowns in place, travellers stuck at airports and border crossings are struggling to get home.
Republic of Congo, Mauritania, Rwanda, Seychelles and Central African Republic confirmed their first coronavirus cases on this weekend.
High unemployment rates, oppressive regimes and a desire for better education are some of the reasons cited by Arabs who express a desire to leave their countries.
Al Jazeera report says Rabat’s ambassador in Abu Dhabi was recalled, which if true suggests a deep rift between Morocco and the UAE.
The International Ethnosport Forum seeks to preserve the future of traditional sports and games of countries including Japan, Kazakhstan, Morocco and Brazil.
Paris will ban the funding of mosques by foreign states and will stop Arabic and Turkish courses for Muslim children.
To realise its dreams of North African hegemony, France wielded ethnic and cultural diversity as a weapon and engineered sectarian discord to achieve its colonial goals.
Arab states carefully deny any meaningful ties to Israel, but reality is surprisingly different.
For more than a decade, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has devoted a lot of his time to cultivating friendly relations with African countries, and his 2020 tour to the continent is part of that long-standing approach.
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