- Cairo (Egypt)
Hassan Hanafi, a professor of philosophy at Cairo University, died on 21st of October at the age of 86. The Supreme Imam of Egypt's Al-Azhar University, Ahmad al-Tayyib, was one of the first to express his condolences.
- Paris (France)
On 20th of October, the regular session of the UNESCO Executive Council ended. At this action, a historic decision was made for Uzbekistan. The draft decision "Khiva process: Promotion of international cooperation in Central Asia" was adopted. This draft is the first document of the Uzbek side, which was approved by the Executive Council.
The exhibition includes more than 200 masterpieces from the Louvre Abu Dhabi in partnership with the Guimet Museum in Paris and demonstrates the cultural and artistic exchange between the two civilizations for more than 800 years up to the 18th century.
The Hassan Bek Mosque, also known as the Hassan Bey Mosque, is a well-known historical structure built by order of the Governor of Jaffa of the Ottoman Empire Hassan al-Basri Aljabi in the Palestinian city of Jaffa in 1914.
- Saudi Arabia
The Grand Mosque in the Muslim holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia was operating at full capacity on Sunday, and worshippers prayed shoulder to shoulder for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.