Jihadists attempt to sneak out of Baga town wearing women's clothes as the military campaign escalates.
The March 8, 1965 'Newsweek' report about the black leader.
The suspect, a homeless man, claims the fire was an "accident."
The White House announced in a statement that the FBI would be brought in to investigate the case.
Niger's parliament approves the deployment of more than 3,000 troops to tackle Boko Haram in northern Nigeria.
The Iranian-backed film, which will not show the Prophet's face, has led to a rival Qatari production.
The magazine accused the French of "reopening Hitler's concentration camps to exterminate Muslims".
"You will be complicit in the massacre of civilians."
Young Omanis, raised on social media and disillusioned with arranged marriage, are finding love online.
One of France's most eminent Muslim intellectuals, Malek Chebel, discusses post-Charlie Hebdo multiculturalism.
Interfaith groups said the group, Britain First, was trying to provoke Muslims.
The Islamist group's five-year-old campaign has become one of the deadliest in the world.
Turkey's Western allies have reacted with alarm to what they see as signs of erosion of the rule of law.
President Erdogan has become an increasingly vocal critic of what he sees as mounting Islamaphobia in the West.
After 200 people were killed ten years ago, the state introduced radical integration policies that have paid off.
Tommy Robinson endorsed German anti-Islam marches and said former EDL members have joined them
Depictions of the Prophet Muhammad are controversial in many parts of the Muslim world.
A new proposed counterterrorism policy incorporates teachers at nurseries, schools and universities into state-spying apparatus.
The incident followed another attack on police and France is on high alert for further incidents
At least 36 non-Muslim workers were killed, including two being beheaded
Gunmen ordered non-Muslims off a bus Saturday and shot 28 dead. Muslim passengers were spared.