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9-year dredging project 
taken to tackle floods

9-year dredging project taken to tackle floods

Due to the impact of climate change, rivers now carry over two billion tonnes of sediment from the upstream during the monsoon each year, causing a rise…
Wartime govt member Muzaffar Ahmed dies

Wartime govt member Muzaffar Ahmed dies

Muzaffar Ahmed, who was part of the wartime Bangladesh government in exile and a close friend of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, died at a hospital…
Repatriation unfeasible ‘without favourable environment’

Repatriation unfeasible ‘without favourable environment’

Rohingya repatriation would not be possible without creating a favourable environment and guaranteeing citizenship to the displaced persons in Myanmar’s…

Myanmar continues blame game over failed repatriation

Myanmar yesterday pushed blame for its second failed attempt to repatriate the Rohingya on Bangladesh, a day after not a single refugee turned up to return to conflict-scarred Rakhine state. The Myanmar military waged a brutal crackdown on the stateless Muslim minority in western Rakhine state, leading…
NS1 test not foolproof to detect dengue

NS1 test not foolproof to detect dengue

“I started suffering from high fever and muscle pain after getting up in the morning on August 12. A day later, I became very sick and visited a…

Locals storm camp after ‘Rohingyas kill’ Juba League leader

Hundreds of agitated locals stormed a Rohingya camp and vandalised makeshift houses and NGO offices yesterday following the murder of a local Jubo League leader in Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar. They burned tyres and plastic boxes to block a five-kilometre road from Teknaf municipality to Leda Point for…

Two more die of dengue, 1,445 patients hospitalised

Two more persons died of dengue at Satkhira yesterday, as hospitals across the country continued to admit a large number of patients. A total of 1,446 dengue patients were admitted to different hospitals in the last 24 hours across the country. With the latest fatalities, the official death toll rose…

‘Rape means Rohingya can’t return to Myanmar’

Sexual violence by Myanmar's military against Muslim Rohingya amounts to war crimes, a UN report said Thursday, adding that conditions are not favorable for refugees to return to the country. The UN Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar said ‘soldiers routinely and systematically employed rape,…
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