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COVID-19: Rapid spread, but fewer hospitalisations

BNP is running propaganda to question the Election Commission law: Obaidul Quader

Government has the capability to break the poisonous teeth of militancy: Home Minister

Registration to be launched next month to restore trust in E-Commerce

Momen-Miller meeting emphasizes human rights and the rule of law

Canada records first single-day increase of over 10,000 coronavirus cases

Ottawa, December 21: Canada reported 10,621 new Covid-19 cases on Monday, the first increase of over 10,000 cases in a single day since the coronavirus pandemic hit the country in February 2020.

Canada joins US, UK and Australia to diplomatically boycott Beijing Olympics

Ottawa, December 9: After United States, United Kingdom and Australia, Canada on Wednesday announced to diplomatically boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics over human rights concerns.

Scientists say extreme heat wave in West Canada to become common in future due to climate change

Vancouver, July 1: The unprecedented heat wave in Western Canada would become more common with climate change, scientists predict.

Canada: Quebec stabbing incident leaves two killed 

Quebec: At least two people were killed and five others were hurt in a stabbing incident in Canadian city of Quebec on Sunday, media reports said.

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.

Canada: Uyghur victims narrate about Chinese atrocities to House of Commons

Ottawa: The House of Commons of Canada on Monday discussed the human rights situation of Uyghurs in China’s Xinjiang province where the experts discussed the threats faced by the people belonging to the minority community in the country.

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.

US, three other allies target China over Hong Kong national security law

Washington: China's decision to impose the new national security law on Hong Kong has earned criticisms from the United States and its three major allies.

Saudi teen Rahaf arrives in Canada where she has been granted asylum

Toronto, Jan 13: A Saudi teenager, who has been escaping from her family, has arrived in Canada after the nation granted her asylum.

Americans, Canadians leave hockey sticks outside houses as tribute to dead Humboldt Broncon members

Ottawa, Apr 9: Several Americans and Canadians kept their hockey sticks outside their houses as a tribute to 15 Humboldt Broncon members, who died due to a crash Saturday, media reports said.