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Covid-19 claims 26 lives in a day, daily infection rate drops to 4.69 percent

Canada: Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party wins snap poll gamble but misses majority

Four countries will join Bangladesh's victory parade in Parade Square

Bangladesh has surprised the world under the leadership of the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina

Bangladesh to export 2,000 tonnes of Hilsa fish to India ahead of Durga Puja

Security beefed up outside US Capitol ahead of Saturday's rally supporting Jan 6 rioters

Washington, DC, September 18: Law enforcement agencies have been put on high alert in Washington DC as the pro-Trump protesters are scheduled to hold a rally on Saturday at the United States Capitol in support of those arrested after the January 6 insurrection, local media reported citing officials.

USA to monitor development after North Korea test-fires new long-range cruise missile

Pyongyang, September 13: North Korea has test-fired a new long-range cruise missile, local media reports said on Monday.

Hurricane Ida: Eight killed overnight in flash flooding in New York City and New Jersey

New York City, September 2: At least eight people have been killed overnight in New York City and New Jersey as historic flash flooding and record-breaking rainfall swept through the northeast United States with the remnants of Hurricane Ida, Associated Press (AP) reported citing local authorities.

US: President Joe Biden expresses grief as 21 die in Tennessee floods

Nashville, August 23: A severe flooding at Humphreys County in Middle Tennessee region of the US killed at least 21 people, while 20 people are still missing media reports said.

EU, UK, USA blame cyber attack on China, say over 30,000 companies affected

Washington DC/ London/ Beijing, August 9: The United Kingdom, the United States and European Union member states have claimed that China launched cyber attacks on about 30,000 companies earlier this year, according to a recent BBC report. The attack on the Microsoft Exchange server came from Chinese territory.

One dead, 12 injured in shooting spree in Arizona: Police

Phoenix, June 18: At least one person has died and another dozen have been injured in several shooting incidents in the US state of Arizona, local police said.

Gaza violence: US calls for ceasefire as conflict shows little sign of ending

Jerusalem, May 18: US President Joe Biden has called for ceasefire after violence between Israeli forces and Palestine's Hamas militants entered the eighth day in Gaza.

Blinken discusses Israeli-Gaza violence with Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar: State Department

Washington DC, May 17: US State Department Spokesperson Ned Price said US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has discussed the ongoing escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with representatives of Egypt, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

US keen to give 4 million doses of coronavirus vaccine to Bangladesh: Ambassador Miller

Dhaka, May 7: The Bangladesh government has requested the United States to provide 4 million doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine to overcome the crisis and meet urgent needs. In response to the request, Earl Robert Miller, the US ambassador to Dhaka, said his country was working hard to fulfill the wish.

The United States will continue to work to resolve the Rohingya crisis: John Kerry

Dhaka, April 10: US President Joe Biden's Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry has lauded Bangladesh for exemplary humanity in sheltering the Rohingya refugees and said the US will continue to work towards resolving the crisis.

John Kerry in Dhaka to invite Prime Minister Hasina for climate change conference

Dhaka, April 9: US President Joe Biden's Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry has arrived in Dhaka. He arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 11:30 am on Friday. At the airport, he was welcomed by Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen and US Ambassador to Dhaka Earl Robert Miller.

Washington DC to celebrate March 26 as Bangladesh Day

Washington DC, April 3: Another happy news for Bangladesh and Bangladeshis on the golden jubilee of independence. March 26 has been declared 'Bangladesh Day' in Washington DC. The Bangladesh embassy in Washington confirmed this information in a press release on Friday.

US Congress approves proposal for the golden jubilee of Bangladesh's independence

Washington DC, March 20: The US House of Representatives has approved a resolution celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh's independence, led by Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and recognizing his declaration of independence on March 26, 1971.

US wants to see real progress in Rohingya repatriation

Dhaka, March 11: Earl Miller, the US ambassador to Bangladesh, said his country wanted to see "real progress" so that the Rohingya community could return safely to their homeland, Myanmar. "We really want to see progress in the return of Rohingya to Myanmar," he told reporters after inaugurating a US-funded STEM education project at the BRAC center in the capital on Wednesday.

The United States stands by Bangladesh on the Rohingya issue: Ambassador

Dhaka, February 5: Earl R. Miller, US Ambassador to Dhaka, said that the United States is on the side of Bangladesh on the Rohingya issue.