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Holy Shab-e-Qadr today

Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

It is not safe for Rohingyas to return to Myanmar in current situation: US

Dhaka, August 26: The United States has said that it is not safe for the Rohingyas who have taken refuge in Bangladesh to return to their country in the current situation. At the same time, the country called on the international community to continue providing humanitarian aid for the Rohingyas.

The Netherlands will provide $7.5 million for Rohingya refugees

Dhaka, November 29: The Netherlands has decided to provide USD 7.5 million through the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to the welfare of forcibly displaced Rohingya refugees and their host communities in Cox's Bazar district.

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.

Efforts of international community in Rohingya repatriation very limited, says former Bangladesh Bank Governor

Dhaka, October 28: Former Governor of Bangladesh Bank and eminent economist Prof. Dr. Atiur Rahman has commented that the efforts of the international community to repatriate the Rohingyas are very limited. He made the remarks while addressing a virtual conference titled "Culture of Inclusive-Tolerance in the Development of Greater Civil Society Organizations" on Wednesday afternoon.

Officials to use weapons to stop illegal arms, drug trade at Rohingya camps: Abdul Momen

Dhaka, October 23: Foreign Minister Dr Abdul Momen has warned that weapons will be used at various Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar to stop drug and arms trade. The minister was responding to reporters' questions about the ongoing terrorist activities in the Rohingya camp after a health discussion organized by the National Heart Foundation and the Jalalabad Association in Sylhet on Friday (October 22) at noon.

Rohingya camp death toll rises to six

Dhaka, October 22: The death toll in the Rohingya camp firing in Cox's Bazar's Ukhiya has increased to six. At least 11 people were injured in the incident. Initially, the two groups clashed, but later it was reported that an armed terrorist group of 8 to 10 people came and shot at the worshipers in the mosque and fled. The police initially said seven people were killed in the incident but later reported six fatalities.

Four killed in clashes between two Rohingya groups in Ukhia

Dhaka, October 22: Four people have been killed in a clash between two groups of Rohingyas in Ukhia, Cox's Bazar. Another 10 people were injured in the incident. The casualties are all Rohingya refugees.

Not possible to carry the burden of Rohingyas indefinitely: Foreign Minister Momen

Dhaka, August 7: Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has said that it is not possible for Bangladesh to bear the burden of Rohingyas indefinitely. He also sought the cooperation of world leaders in resolving this issue while addressing the 28th meeting of the ASEAN Regional Forum (AFR) on Friday (August 6).