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Don’t get tired when working for people, says Hasina

Don’t get tired when working for people, says Hasina

Reiterating that her aim is to ensure the welfare of people, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said she does not get tired when she works for them.…
‘Terror attacks in Bangladesh continue to decline’

‘Terror attacks in Bangladesh continue to decline’

The pace and magnitude of "terrorist attacks" in Bangladesh continued to decline in 2018, although a secularist writer was killed and a university…

13 dead in car bomb blast in Syria

A car bomb killed at least 13 people in a Turkish-held border town in northeast Syria yesterday, as thousands of Kurds in the wider region protested against a "Turkish occupation". The bombing ripped through Tal Abyad, one of several once Kurdish-controlled towns seized by Turkey last month…

Momen seeks Indian support

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has sought cooperation of India to take steps for mounting strong pressure on Myanmar to resolve the Rohingya crisis. “Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has set a unique example in terms of humanity before the world for giving shelters to the forcefully displaced…

Khoka’s condition worsens further

The health condition of former mayor of undivided Dhaka City Corporation and BNP vice-chairman Sadeque Hossain Khoka worsened further as doctors stopped providing cancer treatment to him. "My father's condition is now very critical. He has been now providing palliative care to keep his breathing…

Attack on Mali military post kills 49 soldiers

A “terrorist attack” on a military post in strife-torn northeastern Mali has left 49 soldiers dead, the army said Saturday, revising downward an earlier death toll. The assault on Friday at Indelimane, in the Menaka region, close to the border with Niger, was one of the deadliest strikes…
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