The first certified Halal convenience store was put into service in Ho Chi Minh City on December 25, giving Muslims in the southern metropolis more food choices.
VOV.VN - Getting firms to obtain Halal certification for their food and products is of the upmost importance to businesses seeking to export and do business in Muslim countries or countries with large Muslim populations, according to business representatives at a workshop in HCM City on September 16.
His Majesty King Rama X visited the southern border of Pattani recently to present awards on the occasion of the Koran Recital Competition at the Pattani Central Mosque.
Philippine police arrested two men suspected of plotting a bomb attack near the United States Embassy in Manila, said a local official on November 30.
The Philippine troops have launched an assault on the Maute group militants, killing 11 and injured five others.
The Indonesian police said on November 24 that it will deploy 8,700 personnel to monitor massive demonstrations scheduled for November 25 and December 2 in Jakarta.
European Union foreign ministers on November 14 criticised Turkey's crackdown on alleged supporters of a failed military coup in July but Austria's call to suspend Ankara's EU membership bid failed to garner enough backing.
An explosion claimed by militant group Islamic State ripped through a Muslim shrine in southwestern Pakistan on November 12, killing at least 52 people and wounding scores, officials said.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo on November 5 cancelled his upcoming visit to Australia after Islamist protests broke out in Jakarta.
Tens of thousands of devout Muslims in Indonesia marched on November 4 to the Presidential Palace in Jakarta to demand the resignation of Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama for defaming the Koran in his election campaign in Pulau Seribu last month.
A large number of police and military forces were deployed to ensure security in southern provinces of Thailand with schools re-opening on November 1, reported the country’s media.
Violence in a Muslim-majority region of Myanmar is stopping aid agencies from delivering food and medicines, a United Nations official said on October 18, as security forces respond to deadly raids that the government says were inspired by Islamists.
Malaysian police said on October 9 that they have arrested 16 people for suspected links to militant groups, including the Islamic State (IS), after a two-week operation across the country.
The terrorist Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) in Sulu, the Philippines has released an Indonesian fisherman abducted last month.
Libyan forces allied with the UN-backed government on September 18 battled Islamic State militants in their last hideouts in the city of Sirte, in a renewed push after a break in fighting for the Muslim celebrations of Eid.
At least 12 people have died and dozens are missing in Thailand after a boat carrying 150 Thai Muslims capsized in the ancient tourist city of Ayutthaya, officials said on September 18.
A Thai military court on August 29 issued an arrest warrant for a third suspect in a series of bomb attacks on southern tourist towns earlier this month.
Indonesian authorities have tightened security in Bali, after receiving reports on a suspected militant’s plan to attack the country’s famous resort island.
The Islamic community has continually been assisted in seeking employment and religious practice by all-level authorities, Muslim dignitaries have said.
VOV.VN - No Vietnamese have been reported injured in a string of bomb blasts that hit popular tourist destinations in southern Thailand, Vietnam Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh has reported.