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Israel uncovers rare early mosque in Negev
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French court rules in favour of burkini ban
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Bangladesh Muslims protest at India officials' comments
Thousands of people marched in the Bangladeshi capital on Friday to call on Muslim-majority countries to sever diplomatic relations with India.
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Twitter admits temporarily suspending Dutch far-right leader
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