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UN fact-finding mission disturbed by  accounts of Rohingya killings, rape

UN fact-finding mission disturbed by accounts of Rohingya killings, rape

Three United Nations human rights experts who concluded their first fact-finding mission in Bangladesh yesterday were “deeply disturbed” by…

Interns ‘assault’ patient’s relatives again

Interns have allegedly assaulted the relatives of a patient at Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College Hospital (SZMCH) again over a trifling matter, reports UNB. Besides, the elderly patient died as she was reportedly discharged from the hospital yesterday morning without completing her treatment. Witnesses…

Migration should be safe, orderly, regular: Foreign secretary

High-level government officials and civil society representatives from Bangladesh gathered Dhaka on Thursday for a National Consultation on how to ensure the global debate on the future of migration governance reflects Bangladesh’s interests, in particular on respect towards migrant’s basic…

UNSC must act on Rohingya crisis: Expert

The UN Security Council should issue a strongly worded resolution on the Myanmar crisis, the Special Rapporteur on the country's human rights has told the UN General Assembly in New York, reports UNB. "The crisis in Rakhine State has not only been decades in the making but has for some time…

Annual measles death below 1 lakh for first time: UN

The number of annual measles deaths worldwide fell below 100,000 for the first time in 2016, but a push for universal vaccine coverage has “stalled”, the UN said Thursday, reports AFP from Geneva. In its annual report on the virus, the World Health Organization estimated that measles killed…

1,700 Rohingyas moved from Kutupalong to new site

The UN Refugee Agency has relocated some 1,700 new arrivals from Myanmar to a government-allocated site in Cox’s Bazar district, decongesting existing facilities in Kutupalong and giving them a home after weeks on the move, reports UNB. Most of the affected Rohingyas are among the thousands of…

‘Fiery’ onions hurt people

The rising price of onions is hitting the middle-class and low-income people hard.  In contrast, the price of chilly registered a sharp fall this week. Md Aziz, a wholesaler at the Karwanbazar kitchen market, said the onion price might rise further as they had to buy the vegetable at a hiked price…

DU, BUET students clash

Palashi area near BUET turned into a battlefield after students of BUET and Dhaka University’s Sergeant Zahurul Haque Hall locked horns last night. Five BUET students were injured, one of them in critical condition, during the incident. Sources said a BUET student was beaten by the Asif Talukdar…
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