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  • World Cup Cricket: Bairstow denied World Cup hundred by Afghanistan
Dhaka needs more help for Rohingyas

Dhaka needs more help for Rohingyas

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim yesterday said Bangladesh needs more support from the world to help close to a million Rohingya refugees driven by violence…
Sweden beat Switzerland 
to reach quarter-finals

Sweden beat Switzerland to reach quarter-finals

Sweden reached the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time in 24 years after Emil Forsberg's deflected shot earned a scrappy 1-0 win over Switzerland…
England end penalty jinx to edge Colombia in shootout

England end penalty jinx to edge Colombia in shootout

England edged Colombia 4-3 on penalties yesterday to halt a run of five successive shootout defeats at major tournaments and book a quarter-final clash…

Police foil citizens’ demo in capital

Police yesterday foiled a protest rally organised by a group of ‘concerned’ citizens against the recent attack on students and jobseekers demanding revision of the quota system and arrested two of the organisers. The protest rally was organized under the banner of ‘concerned parents…

Neymar unfazed by critics after sinking Mexico

Brazil superstar Neymar brushed off his critics after firing the five-time World Cup winners to victory over Mexico on Monday and into a quarter-final showdown with Belgium, reports AFP from Samara. Neymar scored one goal and created another as his increasingly impressive Brazil side overpowered the…
Malaysian 
ex-PM Najib 
arrested

Malaysian ex-PM Najib arrested

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak was arrested by anti-corruption investigators yesterday, officials said, the latest dramatic development in…

Dhaka seeks int’l recognition of 1971 genocide

Bangladesh has sought support from the international support for the recognition of the genocides that took place during country’s War of Independence in 1971. Tareq Md. Ariful Islam, chargé d'affaires of permanent mission at the United Nations and deputy permanent representative, asked…
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