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Bilawal Bhutto blames Pakistan military for 1971 defeat

If BNP comes with sticks, we will be show them the real game: Obaidul Quader

Inflation is constantly decreasing, will go down further: Planning Minister

Over 60s to get fourth dose of coronavirus vaccine earlier: Health Minister

232 people died of AIDS in Bangladesh in one year

Despite repatriation agreement, not a single Rohingya returned to Myanmar: Foreign Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 21: Bangladesh and Myanmar signed a repatriation agreement on November 23, 2017. But so far not a single Rohingya from Bangladesh has returned to their native Rakhine state.

Myanmar doesn't have the courage to do anything to us directly: Planning Minister

Dhaka, October 6: Planning Minister MA Mannan has said that Bangladesh can fight with Myanmar if needed but that won't solve anything and will lead to the death of many. He said, the country's main message is that Bangladesh is a peaceful nation. "We don't want war rebellion, as people suffer. We want peace on the border and even within the country."

Will not allow anyone to enter the border: Home Minister

Dhaka, September 29: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said, "We will not allow anyone to enter our border. Arakan Army, BGP, separatists or whoever, will not be allowed to enter our border. This is our clear message."

Chinese Ambassador Li Jiming terms developments at border as unfortunate

Dhaka, September 26: China's ambassador to Dhaka, Li Ziming, commented that the unstable situation on the border for more than a month due to the internal conflict in Myanmar is very unfortunate. On Monday (September 26), the Chinese ambassador met with the Acting Foreign Secretary Rear Admiral (Retd.) Md Khurshed Alam at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He made this comment while facing the journalists after the meeting.

Bangladesh summons Myanmar envoy, lodges strong protest

Dhaka, 18 September 2022 : One person was killed in Bandarban, Bangladesh due to a mortar shell fired from Myanmar.

No war with Myanmar, Bangladesh will go to the United Nations if necessary

Dhaka, September 17: Bangladesh does not want war on Myanmar issue, wants to solve it peacefully. However, if it does not work, it will be reported to the United Nations. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Kamal said this in response to journalists' questions at an event at Dhaka Ahsania Mission in Dhanmondi on Saturday.

Discussions underway to honorably repatriate Rohingyas: Home Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 16: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said that peaceful talks are going on to return the Rohingyas in an honorable manner.

Rohingyas again entering Bangladesh from Myanmar

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 12: Conflicts have been going on in Myanmar for the past few days. The ongoing conflict in Myanmar's Rakhine State, an area bordering Bangladesh and India, is affecting the border area. Due to this, Rohingyas are again entering Bangladesh through the Myanmar border.

Bangladesh minister his nation wants peaceful solution of trouble with Myanmar

Dhaka, 11 September 2022 : Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that Bangladesh does not want war with Myanmar, but wants to solve the problem peacefully in the tense situation on the border.

Bangladesh strongly protests by calling ambassador of Myanmar

Dhaka, September 4, 2022 : The country's ambassador U Aung Kyaw Mo has been summoned to Dhaka and expressed strong protest over the third round of shelling from Myanmar on the Bangladesh border.

19 cops injured during clash near Myanmar-Bangladesh border

Dhaka, 4 September 2022 : At least 19 members of the country's border guard police were killed in an attack by the separatist group Arakan Army (AA) in Maungdoo town of Rakhine province of Myanmar, near the Bangladesh border.

People from Myanmar will not be allowed to cross Bangladesh border

Dhaka, 4 September 2022 : Due to the ongoing internal conflict in Myanmar, no citizen of that country will be allowed to enter Bangladesh through the border.

Dhaka calls Myanmar envoy, lodges strong protest over mortar shelling

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 30: Bangladesh has summoned Myanmar's ambassador to Dhaka, Aung Kyaw Moe, and lodged a strong protest over the mortar shelling. Days ago two mortar shells fired from Myanmar landed in the Bandarban border in Bangladesh. A note verbale has also been given to the ambassador in this regard.

Dhaka to protest strongly as mortar shells fired from Myanmar land in Bangladesh

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 29: Two mortar shells landed from Myanmar on Sunday in Ghumdhum area of Bandarban near Zero Point of the border. Around 3 pm, two mortar shells fell near Tumbru North Masjid in Ghumdhum Union of Naikshyongchari. Although there were no casualties, panic spread among the locals. Bangladesh has decided to strongly protest this incident.

Rohingyas want citizenship rights guaranteed to return to Myanmar

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 26: 'One cannot stay long in any place as a guest. We were forcibly displaced in our own country and found refuge in Bangladesh with wounded bodies and minds. The wounds of the body have healed with the cooperation of the United Nations and the sincerity of Bangladesh, but the wounds of the mind will not heal until Myanmar takes us back with full citizenship rights. As Rohingyas, we will return to Myanmar at any time if we are guaranteed citizenship and a home. We are doing well in Bangladesh, but we don't want to stay here forever.'