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45 deaths within 24 hours, country records lowest cases in eight weeks

Site where Pakistani Pakistani aggressors surrender to be made into tourist spot

Owners and workers demand introduction of long distance public transport before Eid

25,000 vehicles cross the Bangabandhu Bridge in 24 hours

Govt. directive goes for a toss as two more ferries operate to contain homebound passengers

Canadian parliament calls on government to declare China's treatment of Uyghurs as genocide

Toronto/Sputnik, February 24: Canada’s House of Commons adopted a non-binding motion calling on the Trudeau government to declare the actions of the Chinese authorities against the Uyghurs in Xinjiang province a genocide.

China using technology to arrest Uighur Muslims

Dhaka, December 18: China is using extensive technology and databases to "arbitrarily" arrest or monitor Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang province. Many people have been imprisoned there for reciting the Holy Quran, wearing hijab or going on Hajj. This information was provided by the international human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW).

President of Tibetan government in exile visits White House

Dhaka, December 11: History was made when Lobsang Sangay, the head of the exiled Tibetan government, recently visited the White House as an invited guest.

China supplying clothes made by enslaved Uighurs to the world

Dhaka, December 11: The Chinese government is forcing people from the minority Uighur community into labour camps. The products produced by these enslaved Muslim Uighur workers, especially cotton clothes, are being supplied to the world market.

Beijing jails Tibetan singer for song criticising Chinese policies

Dhaka, November 4: A Tibetan singer has been jailed for six years by authorities in Beijing for criticising China's repressive policies in his songs.

China's treatment of Uighur Muslims is close to genocide: ‌ United States

Dhaka, October 23: US National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien recently commented that what China is doing to Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang is close to genocide. He made the remarks while attending a virtual event of an international voluntary organization called Aspen Institute, according to Reuters.

China making little contribution to Rohingya crisis, says US

Dhaka, October 22: The United States has described Beijing's role in resolving the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh as 'insignificant' compared to what was expected.

Infanticide after birth is China's policy to suppress Uyghurs

চীনের হেনান প্রদেশের জিনজিয়াং-এর হাসপাতালগুলিতে নাকি সংখ্যালঘু তুর্কিভাষী সন্তানসম্ভবা উইঘুর মহিলাদের গর্ভপাত অথবা তাঁদের নবজাতকদের হত্যা করা হচ্ছে গণহারে।

Five Eyes alliance slams decision to postpone Hong Kong polls

Dhaka, August 11: An alliance of five major nations- Britain, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US - have voiced their concerns over the Hong Kong government’s “unjust” disqualification of candidates and “disproportionate” postponement of Legislative Council elections.

US sanctions 11 officials from Hong Kong, China for imposing National Security Law

Dhaka, August 8: The United States government has sanctioned 11 top officials from Hong Kong and mainland China, including Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam, for undermining the territory's autonomy.

Japan defence white paper claims Beijing is pushing territorial claims amid COVID-19

Tokyo: Japan has said China is pushing its territorial claims under the cover of the coronavirus pandemic.

Canada expresses concern over Beijing's move of passing national security legislation for Hong Kong

Ottawa: The Canadian government has expressed its concern over China's move of passing national security legislation for Hong Kong.

Whistleblower claims Chinese Communist Party pays off Vatican $2 billion annually for its silence on Chinese atrocities

Exiled Chinese dissident Guo Wengei has alleged that Chinese Communist Party (CCP) “allocates $2 billion a year” to pay off the Vatican for its silence concerning atrocities carried out by Beijing.

China passes Hong Kong Security Law

Beijing: Beijing on Tuesday unanimously passed the controversial security law for Hong Kong that will not only criminalise secession, subversion and collusion with foreign forces, but also effectively curtail protests and freedom of speech.

Britain must act against China's intention to destroy Hong Kong's autonomy: UK MP Stewart McDonald

London: United Kingdom MP Stewart McDonald has asked the UK government to act against the Chinese government's intention to destroy Hong Kong’s autonomy.