Seven sentenced to death in freedom fighter Atiq Ullah's murder
Turkey to install Bangabandhu's sculpture in Ankara and Kemal Ataturk's sculpture in Dhaka
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Dhaka, November 20: The World Bank is providing a grant of USD 100 million (Tk 850 crore) for the construction of energy, water, sewerage services and climate resilient infrastructure for the Rohingya and local communities in the Cox's Bazar refugee camp.
Dhaka, October 7: More than one million Rohingya have taken refuge in refugee camps in Ukhiya and Teknaf upazilas of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, after being tortured to death by Myanmar. As a result, they have risked the existing infrastructure. Also, inadequate social services, the lack of potable water, sanitation and communication, natural disasters and fires have added to their perils.