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BNP allowed to hold public gatherings in Suhrawardy Udyan under 26 conditions

BSF returns deceased farmer's body after 16 days

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Recommendation for opening immigration at Sona Masjid land port

Prime Minister Hasina receives eye treatment as a general patient

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Bringing affordable health care to U.S. from Bangladesh

A nobel prize-winner's has an idea that can help America's broken health care system.

Inside Story - Bangladesh's war wounds

Hundreds of thousands of people in Bangladesh have been staging daily protests in the heart of the capital Dhaka. They are demonstrating against the decisions of a war crimes tribunal that was set up to investigate those accused of abuses during Bangladesh's so called war of independence with Pakistan in 1971. Some say the trials are politically motivated, and others demand no less than the death penalty for the political figures who are accused and convicted. The protests show how deeply Bangladesh's bloody past still affects the present.

Most US Retailers Choose Not to Sign Bangladesh Factories Accord

The tragic collapse of the Rana Plaza clothing factory in Bangladesh last April that killed more than 1200 people has brought greater pressure to increase garment building safety and worker protections. A number of European fashion companies have signed an accord to address workplace safety. But as we hear from VOA's Deborah Block, most US retail firms have not signed the pact.

Most US Retailers Choose Not to Sign Bangladesh Factories Accord

The tragic collapse of the Rana Plaza clothing factory in Bangladesh last April that killed more than 1200 people has brought greater pressure to increase garment building safety and worker protections. A number of European fashion companies have signed an accord to address workplace safety. But as we hear from VOA's Deborah Block, most US retail firms have not signed the pact.