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1,356 arrested in special police ops across country

LPG price rises again

Govt procuring modern and up-to-date weapons for armed forces: PM

Sheikh Hasina inaugurates 29 projects and lays foundation stone of 4 projects in Chittagong

BNP-Jamaat should not come to power again: PM appeals to countrymen

Finland to stand beside Bangladesh on Rohingya issue

Dhaka, 20 November 2022 : Foreign Minister Pekka Havisto said that Finland will stand by Bangladesh on the Rohingya issue.

Govt to renew passports of Rohingyas in Saudi

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Nov 14: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said that the expired Bangladeshi passports of the Rohingyas staying in Saudi Arabia will be renewed.

Nine murders within 27 days in Rohingya camps

Dhaka, October 29: The list of murders in the Rohingya refugee camps of Ukhia-Teknaf in Cox's Bazar is getting longer. Nine people have been killed in the camps this month. In the last five months, this number has increased to 25 people. The Rohingya claim that those who have become plaintiffs or witnesses in these murder cases have been killed later.

Iran will help Bangladesh in safe and dignified repatriation of Rohingyas

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Oct 26: Iran's ambassador Mansour Chavoshi said Iran will support Bangladesh in the safe and dignified repatriation of Rohingyas who were forcibly displaced from Myanmar.

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.

Fourteen relatives including mother of slain Rohingya leader Muhibullah relocating to Canada

Dhaka, September 27: Fourteen relatives of slain Rohingya leader Muhibullah have left the transit camp. They are supposed to go to Canada.

PM calls for specific steps to be taken to repatriate Rohingyas

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 23: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina called on the United Nations to take concrete steps for sustainable Rohingya repatriation. She made the call while addressing a high-level side event on the Rohingya issue in New York on Thursday.

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.

India is positive in solving Rohingya issue: Prime Minister

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, Sept 15: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that India is positive in solving the Rohingya problem.

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.

Sheikh Hasina feels India can play major role in resolving Rohingya issue

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said the Rohingya migrants are a “big burden” on her country and the South Asian nation is reaching out to the international community to ensure their return to their homeland, Myanmar.

Joint operation in Rohingya camp to stop terrorism, army will continue

Dhaka, 28 August 2022 : Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that a joint force-led operation will be conducted to prevent terrorist activities and the spread of drugs in Rohingya camps.

United Nations expresses no concern about Bangladesh over human rights

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 27: According to the latest report of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, who recently visited Bangladesh, the UN has not expressed any concern about Bangladesh over human rights or other issues.

BNP complains to foreigners, but does not talk about Rohingya crisis : Quader

Own Correspondent, Dhaka, August 27: Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said that BNP keeps complaining to foreigners but does not say anything about Rohingyas displaced from Myanmar.

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.'