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- Sydney siege: unknown number of hostages still trapped
- Palestinians open door to negotiation after submitting draft UN resolution
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- Gordon Brown confirms he is standing down as an MP
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British Asians have been playing an important part in all fields. More so, record number of mayors and deputy mayors of Asian origin, have been elected for the first time in UK history.
Britain became the first Western country to sell an Islamic bond on Wednesday, drawing orders of more than 2 billion pounds - over 10 times the planned issue amount.
The Islamic Bank of Britain plc (IBB), (www.islamic-bank.com), the UK’s only wholly Sharia compliant retail bank, today announced that formal shareholder approval has been granted to change its name to Al Rayan Bank PLC.
Rehman Chishti MP signed the book of condolence at the High Commission for Pakistan in London, after the horrific act of terrorism in Pakistan.