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Uttara crane accident: 5 dead, only newlyweds survive

Bangabandhu's martyrdom anniversary and National Mourning Day observed with respect and love

PM Hasina pays tributes at the burial of her relatives

Polythene factory fire in Chawkbazar kills at least six

Coronavirus: One death, 259 new cases in last 24 hours across Bangladesh

China-Afghanistan resumes trade despite no rush in recognizing Taliban govt

Beijing/Kabul, November 9: China is seemingly resuming trade with Afghanistan- a country now ruled by Taliban forces. It is evident after the arrival of 45 tonnes of Afghan pine nuts at Shanghai’s international airport on Monday, media reports said.

Turkish President Erdogan holds first talks with Taliban

Ankara/Kabul, August 27: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said Turkey held its first talks with the Taliban in Kabul, according to media reports.

We don't want anybody bilaterally recognise Taliban govt in Afghanistan: British PM Boris Johnson

Kabul/London: British PM Boris Johnson gave a strong message to Taliban insurgents as they take control of Afghanistan after capturing capital city Kabul on Sunday, saying that nobody should bilaterally recognise the government in the war-torn nation that might soon be formed.

UNSC might not lift sanctions on Taliban: Russian diplomat

Moscow: The Afghan government released hundreds of Taliban prisoners as part of the peace deal with the United States but even at such a scenario UN Security Council might not lift sanction over the group, according to a Russian diplomat.

American scholar criticises Zalmay Khalilzad's advice to India on Taliban

New York: United States' special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad's advice to India that it should talk to Taliban forces about its concerns on terrorism has earned criticisms from American scholar Michael Rubin.

US, Taliban sign agreement in Doha 

Kabul: In a bid to establish a peace process, the US and Taliban group signed an agreement on Saturday, media reports said.

Afghanistan:Taliban attack leaves 10 soldiers killed

Kabul: At least 10 soldiers were killed on Friday as Taliban terrorists attacked their outpost in Sangin district of Afghanistan, media reports said on Saturday.