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  • Bangladesh reports 39 more Covid-19 deaths, 2977 new cases
  • Bangladesh reports 39 more Covid-19 deaths, 2977 new cases
  • Kamal could give a lot to country: PM
  • 17 drown as trawler sinks in Netrakona haor
  • Sinha killing would not affect army-police relations: Army, police
  • 4 Bangladeshis killed in Beirut blast, 21 Navy members hurt
  • Japan to give $329m to Bangladesh to combat COVID-19: Abe
Joko Widodo leads presidential race

Joko Widodo leads presidential race

Indonesia’s Joko Widodo was on track to be re-elected leader of the world’s third-biggest democracy with pollsters giving him a wide lead…

Myanmar to free 9,500 prisoners

Myanmar started releasing more than 9,500 prisoners yesterday as part of its annual amnesty marking the country’s traditional new year, but Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo will not be included, said an NGO advocating for political prisoners. President Win Myint announced in a statement…

Iran’s parliament labels US troops in Mideast as terrorist

Iran’s lawmakers on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a bill labeling US forces in the Middle East as terrorist, a day after the US terrorism designation for Iran’s Revolutionary Guard formally took effect, state TV reported. Defense Minister Gen Amir Hatami introduced the bill authorizing…

Storms kill 35 in India

Thunderstorms swept across western India killing at least 35 people and leaving widespread damage, officials said yesterday. Strong winds barrelled through Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh states felling walls, trees and electricity lines. The storms have also been blamed for at least 25 deaths…

Trump vetoes bill to end US support

President Donald Trump on Tuesday vetoed a resolution from Congress directing him to end US support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen, the second such move of his presidency. The resolution was a harsh bipartisan rebuke to Trump that took the historic step of curtailing a president’s war-making powers—a…
Sudan’s Bashir moved to prison as doctors rally

Sudan’s Bashir moved to prison as doctors rally

Sudan’s military rulers have transferred ousted president Omar al-Bashir to prison, a family source said yesterday, as doctors marched through the…
Mars base for teens opens in desert

Mars base for teens opens in desert

A Mars base simulator sits in the middle of nowhere in China’s Gobi desert, but instead of housing astronauts training to live on the Red Planet,…
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