Prince of Saudi Arabia rips Donand Trump to pieces on twitter

By Raymond Kelly Donald Trump laid the foundations for his own demise taking America’s reputation and trading partners with him In an official UK Government petition to have Donald Trump permanently banned from the UK, which The International has published repeatedly over the last few days, the number of legal…


Introducing our new columnist

Introducing new talent The International would like to introduce our latest columnist and winner of two Young Muslim Writers Awards 2015 for Prose Short Stories and Poetry; Safeerah Mughal. By Safeerah Mughal The Unfinished Painting The soft pillows offered little comfort as Pari sat on the cool roof. Or maybe…


Tyson Fury stripped of title

By James Nadel   The newly crowned world heavyweight champion, British, Tyson Fury has been stripped of his IBF title less than two weeks after winning it. Fury, 27, by contractual obligation had to agree to fight the IBF’s mandatory challenger Vyacheslav Glazkov but had refused insisting he will instead…



Essex | Waltham Abbey hotel murder and car jacking

By Marius Lydall Main image © PA The Waltham Abbey hotel was scene to a gruesome murder and desperate, failed escape attempt A terrified murder victim hijacked a couple’s car outside the hotel in a desperate attempt to escape his killer, witnesses have said. Police have launched a manhunt today…


Leytonstone attacker appears in court

By Patrick Jefferson Main image supplied by The Independent and Microsoft Network News   Terror suspect appears in court to answer attempted murder charges The first pictures have emerged of the man accused of stabbing Tube passengers in Leytonstone on Saturday night. An attack that resulted in a dramatic increase in…



Terror attack | London | Leytonstone tube station

By Mehmet Aladdin Culibrk Three hours ago at 19:06 London Metropolitan Police confirmed they are investigating a terrorist attack at Leytonstone tube station in east London Witnesses who saw or filmed the incident are required to share this information with the authorities, this follows early reports that a failed London…


Woman loses home in legal battle over a ‘lunatic’ horse

By Mustafa Olama The new owner of a pony she claimed was a “raving lunatic” and dangerous has lost her 4 year legal battle and must now pay £140’000 in costs Lisa Walton bought Pirums Figaro from Shan Allman, of Colwinston, Vale of Glamorgan, for £18,000 in May 2011. Soon…


Oscar Pistorius found guilty of murder

By James Nadel South Africa’s Supreme Court has overruled Pistorius’ previous conviction and found him guilty of murder The world’s first Paralympian to compete among able bodied athletes at the Olympics, Oscar Pistorius has had his previous conviction for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp scaled up to murder from culpable homicide…