No one in the country goes a day without eating: Obaidul Quader
False reporting: Journalist Shamsuzzaman jailed
Actress Mahiya Mahi welcomes baby boy
Bangabandhu's family goes into hiding
Number of Bangladeshi nationals killed in Saudi bus accident mounts to 18
Hadisur's body will be taken to Romania today
Kyiv/Dhaka, March 10: The body of Mohammad Hadisur Rahman, the third engineer of MV Banglar Samriddhi cargo ship, who was killed in a rocket attack on the port of Olvia in Ukraine, will be taken to Bucharest, the capital of Romania, from Ukraine via Moldova on Thursday.
Russian military not allowing civilians to be rescued: Red Cross
Kyiv, March 7: The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) alleges it has twice tried to rescue civilians from Mariupol, but has failed because the Russian military is not providing safe passage to evacuate civilians, and they have been constantly bombarding and shelling.
India rescues Bangladeshi national from Ukraine
Kyiv, Ukraine, March 5: India has rescued a Bangladeshi nation from war-torn Ukraine.
28 Bangladeshi sailors safely evacuated from a ship stranded in Ukraine
Odesa, Ukraine, March 4: Twenty-eight sailors of Bangladeshi ship 'MV Banglar Samrudhi', which has been stranded at the Ukrainian port of Olvia due to the ongoing Russian invasion, have been shifted to a safe place.
1 killed in rocket attack on Bangladeshi ship in Ukraine
Odesa, Ukraine, March 3: Bangladeshi ship 'MV Banglar Samriddhi', stranded at the Ukrainian port of Olvia, has come under a rocket attack. Some sailors on board confirmed that the incident took place on Wednesday (March 2) night Bangladesh time. One of the ship's engineers was killed in the incident.
Bangladeshi shares 'hellish' experience of fleeing to Poland from war-torn Ukraine
Warsaw, Poland, March 2: ‘I have somehow survived my life. I have seen a war in Kiev, I have seen a bigger war on the Polish border. I was able to come to Poland after facing two wars, so I want to thank God.'
428 Bangladeshis leave Ukraine
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, February 28: Amid the ongoing Russian invasion, 428 Bangladeshis have crossed the border from Ukraine. Of them, 400 are in Poland, 15 in Hungary and three in Romania.
Bangladeshis will be evacuated from Ukraine through bordering countries
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, February 26: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Bangladeshis stranded in Ukraine could go to safe shelters through Poland and other bordering countries like Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova at their convenience.
Bangladeshis leaving Ukraine on foot
Kyiv, Ukraine, February 25: Md. Abdul Qayyum, a resident of Sylhet, migrated to Ukraine for higher studies four years ago. Everything was going well. However, the situation has taken a different turn in the last few months. Qayyum thought despite the hardships, he would stay in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv. However, he changed his mind on Thursday morning after receiving news that Russia had launched a special military operation in Ukraine.
Bangladeshi nationals advised to leave Ukraine
Poland, February 16: In view of the recent situation, the Bangladesh Embassy in Poland has advised Bangladeshi nationals residing in Ukraine to leave the country.