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No visible progress; Dhaka 
finds process very complex

No visible progress; Dhaka finds process very complex

Amid no visible progress over Rohingya repatriation, Myanmar yesterday assured Bangladesh of accelerating verification process to start repatriation of…
Stop being negative

Stop being negative

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday urged the media to discard a negative frame of mind in general about the government and expected journalists to…

Search for Rohingya babies born of rape

Aid workers are scouring the world's largest refugee camp for pregnant Rohingya rape victims, with a rush of births anticipated nine months after Myanmar forces unleashed "a frenzy of sexual violence" against women and girls from the Muslim minority, reports AFP from Cox's Bazar. Specialists…

Hasina asks AL leaders to look for her successor

Awami League President and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked senior leaders and workers of Awami League to look for her successor and urged the party men to be united with the ideals of Bangabandhu to strengthen the organisation, reports BSS. She also urged party workers to always remain…

Execute arrest order against Khaleda in two cases: Court

A day after securing bail from the apex court, BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday moved several other courts to secure bail in six cases in which she was being shown arrested. Among the six cases, two courts in Dhaka directed the authorities concerned to execute the arrest warrant against Khaleda…
End root causes of Rohingya crisis, US tells Myanmar

End root causes of Rohingya crisis, US tells Myanmar

The United States stressed the need for measures on the part of Myanmar government to end the Rohingya crisis through addressing the root causes. At the…

US wants free, fair, participatory poll

The United States has laid emphasis on free, fair and participatory elections truly reflecting the will of the people. Washington also voiced concern over the ongoing arrest of opposition leaders and extrajudicial harassment and detention of journalists. On BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, who has been…
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