Trying to take country forward despite limitations: PM Sheikh Hasina
The 6-point outline of independence was drawn up with public support: Prime Minister
PM Sheikh Hasina pays tribute to Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
Bangladesh: 13 die as truck hits pickup van in Sylhet
Bangladesh to observe historic Six-point day tomorrow
Mali: Terrorists attack bus, 33 die
Bamako, December 4: At least 33 people died as terrorists attacked a bus in central Mali on Saturday, media reports said.
OIC: Concerns Over Rohingya, Islamophobia and Palestine mark end of conference
Dhaka, November 30: The 57-nation Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) foreign ministers' meeting ended with calls for a united fight against Islamophobia and terrorism, and for reaffirming support for Arab states' policy of a two-state solution to the Palestinian issue.
France sends ex Pakistani Imam and terrorist sympathiser to jail for 18 months, bans him from country for life
Dhaka, November 27: A court in France has sentenced a former Imam of Pakistani origin to 18 months in prison for defending terrorism on social media sites.
Vienna shooting: Three killed, many injured as gunmen storm Austrian capital
Dhaka, November 3: At least three people were killed and several others wounded after gunmen opened fire in six locations across Vienna, the Austrian capital on Monday.
Paris: People mourn Nice knife attack
Dhaka, October 30: People in the French city of Nice on Friday mourned the death of three people in a stabbing incident which the country's President described as a 'Islamist terrorist attack'.
Knife-wielding man kills three inside Nice church
Dhaka, October 29: Three people were killed and several others were injured by a knife-wielding attacker inside a church in France's Nice on Thursday.
Growing a future free of terrorism: UN News special report from Cameroon
New York: When terrorists attacked and ransacked 30-year old Mamma Hamidou’s village in the Far North region of Cameroon four years ago, she faced an impossible choice. Hand over her young daughter or risk that her husband be executed on the spot.
Terrorism survivors: ‘The terrorists killed many people in front of us’
New York, Aug 15: To mark the International Day of Remembrance of and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism, on 21 August, UN News travelled to Chad and the Far North region of Cameroon in West Africa earlier this year, to interview people who have personal stories to tell, about how terrorism has shattered their lives.
Ten UN peacekeepers killed in a terrorist attack in northern Mali
New York, Jan 21: Ten ‘blue helmets’ from the United Nations Stabilization Mission In Mali (MINUSMA) were killed on Sunday following a complex terrorist attack against the mission’s camp in Aguelhok, in the Kidal region, northern Mali.
UN global counter-terrorism strategy review an ‘overarching vision for the future’: Assembly President
New York, June 27: While there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution to address the challenges posed by terrorism worldwide, international cooperation is key to counter the scourge, the President of the United Nations General Assembly said on Tuesday, as the body adopted a review of the UN’s global counter-terrorism strategy.
France: New terrorism laws may undercut human rights and freedoms, says UN expert
New York, May 26: While commending efforts by the French government to combat terrorism, a United Nations rights expert has raised concerns about the effect recent counter-terrorism laws are having on fundamental human rights there, including freedom of movement, religion and association.