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LUCKNOW/AYODHYA, India (Reuters) - Dozens of people in India have been detained on suspicion of publishing inflammatory social media posts and setting off celebratory firecrackers after the Supreme Court ruled to give a disputed religious site to Hindus, police said on Sunday.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court on Saturday awarded a Hindu group the ownership of a centuries-old religious site also claimed by Muslims in a case that has caused deep divisions and deadly riots between the two communities.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court ruled in favour of a Hindu group on Saturday in a centuries-old dispute with minority Muslims over a place of worship in northern India that has been a lightning rod for tension between the two communities.
NEW DELHI/AYODHYA, India (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court on Saturday awarded a bitterly contested religious site to Hindus, dealing a defeat to Muslims who also claim the land that has sparked some of the country's bloodiest riots since independence.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Saad al-Hariri's third term as prime minister of Lebanon was mired in political rivalries that obstructed reforms needed to save the country from economic collapse.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has barred public gatherings in the town of Ayodhya as the Supreme Court started hearing final arguments on Monday to decide whether a Hindu temple should be built on the ruins of a mosque in a long-running dispute.
GEORGE TOWN: The new trend among Muslim students in Methodist Primary Girls' School buying only from Muslim stalls at the school canteen has raised concerns with the state government.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Thousands of students protested at rallies across Indonesia on Monday against a new criminal code that would outlaw sex outside marriage and gay sex, as lawmakers met the president to discuss how to proceed with a bill that has divided Indonesians.
JAKARTA: Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s decision to delay a planned vote in parliament on a new penal code that would criminalise sex outside marriage and gay sex was met by relief from some but sparked criticism from conservative Muslims who back the new Bill.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian President Joko Widodo's decision to delay a planned vote in parliament on a new penal code that would criminalise sex outside marriage and gay sex was met by relief from some but sparked criticism from conservative Muslims who back the new bill.