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The international envoy to the Syrian conflict on Wednesday called on President Bashar Assad's regime to take the lead in a cease-fire during a major Muslim holiday later this month, calling it a "microscopic" step toward ending a crisis that he said could consume the whole region.
The street level of Ousmane Ndiaye's building features a fabric shop. He and his family live in a posh apartment on the second floor. Their upstairs neighbors? His beloved ram Billal and 10 other sheep.
A rising number of Muslim-Americans are embracing home-schooling, shaking off the stigma that taking their children out of the public school system would increase the community's isolation and cultural distance from the American mainstream.
Three bombs ripped through a sprawling Baghdad market Sunday, police said, killing eight at the beginning of a Muslim religious festival and just hours after the prime minister warned of Iraq's continued danger.
Greece's embattled prime minister and main opposition leader agreed Sunday to form an interim government. The pact ensured the country's new European debt deal, capping a week of political turmoil that had Greece facing catastrophic default and the likely loss of its euro membership.
Two suicide bombers targeted worshippers on a key Muslim festival in northern Afghanistan, killing seven, including two local police commanders, officials said Sunday.
A radical Muslim sect reponsible for attacks that left more than 100 people dead in northeast Nigeria this week could bomb three luxury hotels frequented by foreigners in the oil-rich nation's capital, the U.S. Embassy warned Sunday.
A U.N. envoy on Thursday offered to broker the peaceful closing of a camp for Iranian exiles in Iraq where residents and U.S. lawmakers say an Iraqi military crackdown may be imminent.