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Those who gave shelter to Bangabandhu's killers teaching lessons of humanity today: PM

Grameen Telecom gives account of assets of Dr. Yunus, 3 others to ACC

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights visits Rohingya camp

5 JMB members sentenced to death in Chittagong

Murderers also conspired to kill Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana abroad: Dr Gowher Rizvi

Rohingya genocide: International Court rejects Myanmar's objections

The Hague, ‎Netherlands, July 23: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) rejected Myanmar's objections to the Rohingya genocide case. As a result, there is no longer any obstacle to proceed with the proceedings of the case filed by The Gambia on the charges of genocide and torture against the Rohingya minority in the United Nations' court.

United States acknowledges Rakhine genocide

Washington DC, March 21: The United States is finally recognizing the ongoing crackdown on the Rohingya minority in Myanmar as genocide. A senior Biden official announced the decision on Sunday. However, the official did not want to be named as the decision was not officially announced. U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is expected to make the much-anticipated announcement on Monday.

Commonwealth to form large pool of lawyers to fight Rohingya genocide case

Dhaka, December 5: Patricia Scotland, secretary general of the Commonwealth, said her organization was looking for ways to help Gambia in the legal battle over the Rohingya genocide and that the Commonwealth would stand by Bangladesh, because, they have sheltered the largest number of forcibly displaced people in the world.