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Myanmar army finds 10 bodies in mass grave

Myanmar army finds 10 bodies in mass grave

Myanmar's army said it found 10 corpses in a mass grave in a largely Rohingya village in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state, the epicentre of a…

All access to Myanmar denied

The Government of Myanmar has informed UN Special Rapporteur Yanghee Lee that all access to the country has been denied and cooperation withdrawn for the duration of her tenure, reports UNB. Lee had been due to visit Myanmar in January to assess the state of human rights countrywide, including the human…

Efforts on to label millions as illegal Bangladeshis

Alongside facing the ongoing Rohingya crisis described by many as one of the gravest experienced by the country since its inception, Dhaka is also having to keep an eye on the Indian state of Assam where politicians, especially those belonging or connected to ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and…

Dhaka concerned at missile attacks on KSA

Bangladesh yesterday expressed its deep concern at the recent ballistic missile attacks by the Huthi rebels targeting the residential area of Riyadh of Saudi Arabia, which was successfully intercepted by the Saudi air-defence forces. Dhaka renounces such unilateral and provocative acts which could escalate…
After US veto, UNGA to vote on Jerusalem resolution

After US veto, UNGA to vote on Jerusalem resolution

The UN General Assembly will hold an emergency session today to vote on a draft resolution rejecting President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize…

Rohingyas continue to trickle into Bangladesh

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has said that around 100 Rohingyas continue to escape to Bangladesh from Myanmar daily. “As the refugee situation in Bangladesh enters its fourth month, people are continuing to arrive there from Myanmar. However, the pace of the influx…

Public varsity in Sunamganj planned

The government is planning to set up a new public university in Sunamganj as part of its initiatives to expand higher education for the students of the region, said sources in the education ministry. The ministry has already sent a letter to the University Grants Commission (UGC) seeking a draft law…
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