Current and ex-officials are testifying at the first public inquiry into the 6 January Capitol riot. One of three men accused of assassinating Daphne Caruana Galizia gets a year jail term. The sheer scale of the US death toll is hard to comprehend - it helps to hear the individual stories. The Duke of Edinburgh is responding to treatment and is "comfortable", Buckingham Palace says.
Extremely British Muslims
Muslim men explain why it's so difficult to find a partner to marry | Metro News
This week we speak to Shahzad Younas, founder and chief executive of Muslim dating website and app Muzmatch. It was two years ago, and the then year-old British entrepreneur was in San Francisco pitching London-based Muzmatch to a group of high profile potential investors. Shahzad and his business partner Ryan Brodie were there because they had entered a global competition to win backing from prestigious Silicon Valley investment firm Y Combinator. This US company offers financial and practical support to a number of new start-ups per year. More than 13, applied at the same time as Muzmatch, and it was one of whose founders were invited to pitch in person.
Muslim 'dating guru' trolled for giving girls advice
Two Muslim women have revealed they struggle with strict Islamic teachings banning sex before marriage in a frank discussion about their religion. Activist and author Yassmin Abdel-Magied, who says she may never get married, revealed she finds it difficult to accept that she may never have sex. Yassmin, an outspoken feminist, tells Mehreen that she often feels 'randy' and thinks non-Muslims don't realise that they also have sexual desires.
The personal details of more than , members of dating website Muslim Match have been posted online. A message on the site's homepage said: "We have been made aware of an alleged security breach and we are reviewing our systems as we work to remedy the situation and tighten our security. The leaked details included sensitive information such as whether a member would consider polygamy. The breach was discovered by security researcher Troy Hunt who runs a cybersecurity alert website. Details of members' employers, location, marriage status and whether they were a convert to Islam were revealed, as well as names, email addresses, Skype handles and IP addresses - according to technology news site Motherboard.