Shafik Mandhai

Shafik Mandhai

United States

Native American Mashpee tribe turns to Congress in land dispute

Trump administration reversed Obama-era decision to recognise the Mashpee Wampanoag reservation in Massachusetts.

Native American Mashpee tribe turns to Congress in land dispute

Uighur

Uighurs marking 'independence day' call for international help

Activists want the US and Muslim countries to apply pressure on China to end its persecution of Turkic Muslim minority.

Uighurs marking 'independence day' call for international help

United States

Thousands demand Mueller protection after Trump fires Sessions

Critics fear the US president is paving way to disrupt probe into Russian interference in 2016 presidential election.

Thousands demand Mueller protection after Trump fires Sessions

Jamal Khashoggi

Mourners hold 'funeral prayer' for Jamal Khashoggi at US memorial

Friends of slain Washington Post columnist perform a special rite reserved for those whose bodies have not been found.

Mourners hold 'funeral prayer' for Jamal Khashoggi at US memorial

Islamophobia

Two in five Americans say Islam 'is incompatible with US values'

Research by New America Foundation and American Muslim Institution finds high levels of distrust towards Muslims in US.

Two in five Americans say Islam 'is incompatible with US values'

United States

NYU students move to divest from firms tied to Israeli occupation

Pro-Palestinian activists want university to sever ties with Lockheed Martin, Caterpillar, and General Electric.

NYU students move to divest from firms tied to Israeli occupation

United Kingdom

Ali Milani, the young Muslim politician challenging Boris Johnson

Ali Milani, Labour's parliamentary candidate in the former foreign secretary's constituency, shuns personality politics.

Ali Milani, the young Muslim politician challenging Boris Johnson

Uighur

Family fears UAE will deport Uighur to China

Relatives have no knowledge of what has happened to Abudujilili Supi after his arrest in the UAE last week.

Family fears UAE will deport Uighur to China

Voices

The Azeri master of Mugham: From war to the Royal Albert Hall

After being spotted while working as a porter having been shot in war, Gochag Askarov became a celebrated folk singer.

The Azeri master of Mugham: From war to the Royal Albert Hall

Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan's displaced eye return to Armenian-controlled lands

Decades after Nagorno-Karabakh war, more than a million Azerbaijanis live as refugees and internally displaced persons.

Azerbaijan's displaced eye return to Armenian-controlled lands

Education

Anger as UK university research ends up with Israeli arms company

A graphene composite developed by University of Manchester is being tested by an Israeli drone manufacturer.

Anger as UK university research ends up with Israeli arms company

Bollywood

Does Bollywood have a women problem?

Critics say depictions of women in Indian cinema normalise misogynistic ideas and sexual harassment.

Does Bollywood have a women problem?