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UN ‘toothless’ against ‘mighty’ Myanmar

UN ‘toothless’ against ‘mighty’ Myanmar

Six months into the latest crisis, the United Nations is yet to do anything noticeable for the Rohingyas, the worst persecuted community of the world,…

City corpns party to gobbling up parks

Unplanned construction and encroachment are gradually gobbling up open spaces and greenery in Dhaka and even the city corporations are party to this. The allegation came at a protest by green activists to save Nababganj Shishu (children’s) Park from the Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC), which…

World failed to protect Rohingya women

Describing the situation of Rohingya women as very bad, visiting United Nations Under-Secretary-General and UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka yesterday said the world has failed to protect the Rohingya women, reports UNB. "I think the world has failed...Their [Myanmar] country…

NSU teacher suspended on graft charge

The North South University (NSU) has suspended a senior teacher on the charge of gross anomalies and misappropriation of the funds meant for the university’s silver jubilee celebrations. Dilara Afroz Khan, the suspended teacher, was a full-time faculty member of the School of Business Economics…

10 rocket launchers recovered from Habiganj forest

Members of Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) in a drive recovered 10 rocket launchers from the deep forest of Satchhari National Park area in Chunarughat upazila of the district yesterday, reports UNB. Members of Rab-9 recovered the deadly weapons conducting a drive in the forest from Friday night to Saturday.…

N Korea flouts sanctions, earns $200m from exports: UN

North Korea is flouting sanctions by exporting coal, iron, steel and other banned commodities, earning nearly $200 million in revenue last year, a UN report said Friday. A UN panel of experts also found evidence of military cooperation by North Korea to develop Syria's chemical weapons programs…

Trump, Republicans release memo towards FBI's Russia probe

Donald Trump and his Republican allies unleashed a controversial memo accusing the FBI of bias and abuse of power Friday, intensifying a high-stakes fight between the White House and prosecutors investigating the president's campaign team, reports AFP from Washington. Trump defied his own FBI director…
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