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· Pakistan criticises India for starting construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya →
Pakistan has criticised India for starting the construction of the Ram temple at the site of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, saying it shows how the Muslims in the country are being marginalised.
· Wall Street Breakfast: Social Media Crackdown →
The House of Representatives approved legislation condemning China for the detention and torture of Uighur Muslims after the bill passed overwhelmingly in the Senate earlier this month.
· US vs China: facing off on many fronts →
The Trump administration has been outspoken in its criticism of the detention of more than one million Uighur Muslims and other minorities in China's Xinjiang region.
The New York Times
· ‘It’s Too Late’: In Sprawling Indonesia, Coronavirus Surges →
Last week, in a country with the largest Muslim population in the world, millions of Indonesians gathered to pray and travel at the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month.
The New York Times
· 13 Books to Watch For in June →
A train attack in Kolkata brings together the fates and fortunes of three characters: Jivan, a young Muslim who is blamed for the attack because of a social media post; PT Sir, a gym teacher who becomes involved with a right-wing political party; and Lovely, a transwoman studying acting.
· US bill to pressure China over Uighur rights goes to Trump for decision →
WASHINGTON: The US House of Representatives overwhelmingly approved legislation on Wednesday (May 27) calling for sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for oppression of Uighur Muslims, sending the bill to the White House for President Donald Trump to veto or sign into law.
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The body of Mohammad Altaf, below, who died of COVID-19, is given funeral prayers at Al-Rayaan Muslim Funeral Services, in the Brooklyn borough of New York.
· US Congress approves China sanctions over Uighur crackdown →
The US House of Representatives has overwhelmingly approved legislation calling for sanctions on Chinese officials deemed responsible for the oppression of Uighur Muslims, sending the bill to the White House for President Donald Trump to veto or sign into law.
The Japan Times
· U.S. business to Trump: Go slowly on Hong Kong response →
On Wednesday, the House of Representatives backed legislation calling on Trump to impose sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for oppression of China’s Uighur Muslim minority.