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UAE protests US arrest of Emirati national in Ohio

Advisory comes after Ahmed al-Menhali was wrestled to ground by police in Ohio after being mistaken for ISIL suspect.

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Texas mosque attack: Doctor 'shot and stabbed'

Man stabbed and shot twice while heading to morning prayers in US city of Houston, witnesses say.

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Cuban Muslims celebrate Ramadan despite the obstacles

With no official mosque, Cuban followers of Islam do their best to observe the holy month and practise their religion.

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FBI probes Hillary Clinton over private email use

US presidential candidate questioned for more than three hours by FBI over her use of emails while secretary of state.

Hillary Clinton

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Man confronted by US police after false ISIL accusation

An Emirati man may take legal action after a Cleveland hotel clerk called the police fearing that he was ISIL.

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Rights group: US downplays civilian drone fatalities

Obama administration admits that drone strikes have killed civilians but limits the number to between 64 and 116.

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Ex-Argentine leader Fernandez's properties raided

Cristina Fernandez says she's victim of political persecution after police search her properties as part of graft probe.

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Thousands of Americans to stage anti-bigotry rally

American Muslims to be joined by interfaith leaders in a stand against gun violence, bigotry and "extremism".

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Joint Andrews Base 'all clear' after lockdown

Joint Base Andrews given the "all clear" after mislead reports of an active shooter sent the base into lockdown.

Joint Base Andrews

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Guatemala drought leaves hundreds of thousands hungry

Ever since 2012, the rains have been weak and insufficient.

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