“Mosque” in the news
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· Officials: Roadside bomb kills nine civilians in southern Afghanistan →
The bombing, which occurred in Kandahar, the birthplace of the Taliban, came a day after a blast in a mosque in Kabul’s fortified Green Zone killed two people including a well-known imam.
· Joy in Gaza as mosques reopen after pandemic closure →
Wearing a black face mask, an imam in Gaza City led the call to prayer as mosques reopened across the Palestinian enclave with health measures in place.
· Afghans condemn killing of prominent cleric in mosque blast →
KABUL, June 3 — Afghan leaders and ordinary citizens condemned today the killing of a prominent cleric in a bomb attack at a mosque in the heavily fortified diplomatic quarter of the capital, Kabul.
· A year later: Sudanese women raped in crackdown seek justice →
By their accounts, the rapes took place in specific locations - a medical complex, a cemetery, and the grounds of Khartoum University's mosque.
· Bus strikes roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan; 9 killed →
On Tuesday night, a bomb exploded inside a mosque in the Afghan capital of Kabul, killing two people, including the mosque’s prayer leader, and wounding eight others.
· Coronavirus: Travel restrictions, border shutdowns by country →
Tunisia, which declared 24 cases of the virus, closed mosques, cafes and markets, closed its land borders and suspended international flights on March 16.
· Which countries have made wearing face masks compulsory? →
On May 30, Pakistan made it compulsory for people to wear a face mask in crowded public spaces inlcluding mosques, bazaars, shopping malls and public transport.
· Kelantan, Sabah allow 40 people to perform Friday prayers at mosques →
KOTA BARU, June 3 — The Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad V has consented for Friday prayers to be performed at all mosques in the state beginning this Friday (June 5) with a congregation of 40 people.
The China Post
· A year later, Sudanese raped in crackdown wait for justice →
By their accounts, the rapes took place in specific locations — in a medical complex, a cemetery and the grounds of Khartoum University’s mosque.
· Trump’s visit today to chapel is ‘baffling and reprehensible’, says Catholic archbishop →
The president has focused on religious voters in recent weeks with an executive order to reopen churches, synagogues and mosques amid the coronavirus lock-downs, and Tuesday's visit coincides with the anniversary of Pope John Paul II's visit in 1979 to his native Poland.