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Indian onion will enter the market before Ramadan

PM Hasina hopes India-Bangladesh friendship will be eternal

2 killed, 6 hurt in Narsingdi bus-covered van collision

Met predicts rain in 4 divisions including Dhaka

Drug case against Pori Moni will continue

Rohingya delegation visit Myanmar to observe the repatriation environment

Dhaka, May 5: A delegation of 27 members has left Bangladesh to prepare for repatriation to Myanmar and monitor the environment there. It is said that there are 20 Rohingyas including 3 women, a translator and 6 Bangladeshi officials from different departments in this group.

Bangladesh seeks help of international community in Rohingya repatriation

New Delhi, March 4: Bangladesh has called on the international community, including the G20 leaders, to help the Rohingyas, who were forcibly displaced in the face of military persecution, to return to their home country Myanmar.

‘Urgent’ international response needed in Myanmar: UN chief

New York, October 1: An “urgent” international response is needed to prevent the crisis in Myanmar from becoming a “catastrophe” in the heart of Southeast Asia and beyond, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has warned. In a report sent to the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, the UN chief also said he feared that the military’s grip on power would become increasingly difficult to counter.

Myanmar is committed to speedy repatriation of Rohingya

Dhaka, January 23: Myanmar's Minister for International Cooperation Kyaw Tin has said that Myanmar is committed to starting the repatriation of Rohingya on the basis of an agreement reached between the two countries in 2017. He also said that Myanmar is committed to peaceful coexistence with all neighboring countries, including Bangladesh, and resolving issues of mutual interest.