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  • Never allow anti-liberation forces to be in power again: PM
  • Vote counting in 116 upazilas underway
  • 5 Bangladeshis died in NZ terror attack
Trump aid cuts hurt peace prospects: Analysts

Trump aid cuts hurt peace prospects: Analysts

RAMALLAH: US President Donald Trump’s swingeing cuts to aid for Palestinians will advance Israel’s interests but risk compromising a US-led…
‘No compromise with EU on Brexit’

‘No compromise with EU on Brexit’

Theresa May has insisted she will not be forced into watering down her Brexit plan during negotiations with the EU, reports BBC. Writing in the Sunday…
Pope Francis warns of 
‘catastrophe’ in Syria

Pope Francis warns of ‘catastrophe’ in Syria

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis yesterday warned of a "human catastrophe" in the Syria's Idlib province, the last major rebel bastion which is…

Saudis admit ‘mistakes’ in Yemen bus strike

RIYADH: The Saudi-led coalition fighting rebels in Yemen admitted Saturday that “mistakes” had been made in an August air strike that killed 40 children, reports AFP. The bombing on a crowded market in part of northern Yemen held by Huthi rebels killed a total of 51 people, according to…

China culls 38,000 pigs as swine fever spreads

BEIJING: More than 38,000 pigs have been culled across China, state media said yesterday, as the world’s largest pork producer scrambles to contain an outbreak of African swine fever, reports AFP. The disease has been discovered in five Chinese provinces, the official Xinhua news service reported,…

Russians protest pension reform despite concessions

MOSCOW: Thousands of people across Russia protested yesterday against a deeply unpopular pension reform despite President Vladimir Putin’s announcement of several concessions this week, reports AFP. Moscow plans to gradually raise the state pension age as the economy struggles under Western sanctions,…
Suicide car bomber kills 3 in Somali

Suicide car bomber kills 3 in Somali

MOGADISHU: A suicide car bomb killed three security guards and injured several more people in the heart of the Somali capital Mogadishu yesterday, reports…

Philippines bombing kills one, wounds over a dozen

COTABATO: A bomb ripped through an internet cafe in the southern Philippines on yesterday, killing one person and wounding 15 in the second deadly blast to strike the same city in days, reports AFP quoting authorities. The explosion in Isulan was a short distance from where an improvised bomb under…
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