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Two Russian ships in Mongla with Rooppur power plant goods

Two children to be with Japanese mother: Court

I will not run away, if necessary I will go to Fakhrul-Tuku's house: Quader

Entire city of Rajshahi turned into a grand gathering of the Prime Minister

Bangladesh-England warm-up match cancelled

California Shooting: 9 die after Chinese New Year party

Los Angeles: At least nine people died after a shooting incident occurred at a  business premise in the US city of California on Saturday following a Chinese New Year Party, media reports said.

Dozens of countries at economic risk like Sri Lanka, Bangladesh not on the list

International Desk, January 13: Developing countries face huge problems due to traditional debt crisis, devaluation of currency, expansion of bonds and depreciation of foreign exchange. Sri Lanka, Lebanon, Russia, Suriname and Zambia have already gone into default. Belarus is also on the verge of default. Moreover, dozens of countries in the world are at risk. Because the interest rate has been increased in the country. Along with high inflation, there is also the risk of recession.

US wants permanent partnership with Bangladesh

Washington, D.C., January 9: US President Joe Biden said that his country values its permanent partnership with Bangladesh. He called Bangladesh's economic growth in 50 years a 'remarkable phenomenon'.

Security Council passes a resolution for first time to end Rohingya crisis

New York, December 23: A UN Security Council resolution on Myanmar was adopted for the first time in 74 years, calling for an end to violence in Myanmar and the release of all prisoners, including the country's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

USA expresses concern over the incident of Ambassador Peter Haas

Dhaka, December 19: The United States has expressed concern at the highest level of the Bangladesh government about the incident that happened with Ambassador Peter Haas in Dhaka. Deputy Spokesperson Vedant Patel gave this information in a question-and-answer session at the regular briefing of the US State Department on Wednesday local time in Washington. Details of the briefing are available on the US State Department website.

Warning issued for movement of British citizens in Dhaka

Dhaka, December 7: British citizens have been instructed to exercise caution in the movement of the political program on December 10 in Dhaka. On Tuesday (December 6), the British Foreign Office issued this directive in a notice on its website.

140 Bangladeshi peacekeepers receive United Nations Peace Medal

Dhaka, November 30: One hundred and forty members of Bangladesh Armed Police Unit-2 (Rotation-4) engaged in UN peacekeeping mission in Mali have received UN Peace Medal.

The Netherlands will provide $7.5 million for Rohingya refugees and host communities

Dhaka, November 29: The Netherlands has decided to provide $7.5 million through the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to the welfare of forcibly displaced Rohingya refugees and their host communities in Cox's Bazar district. An agreement has been signed between the Embassy of the Netherlands in Dhaka and the IOM for the implementation of the project titled 'Environmental restoration and strengthening tolerance of Rohingya refugees and host communities in Cox's Bazar'.

Bangladeshi expatriates in UK demand to the President to solve their issues

Own Correspondent, London, Nov 18: British Bangladeshis living in Britain have presented several demands to President Md. Abdul Hamid, including ID validity, no visa and resolution of complications with passport issues for receiving government services.

151 dead, over 100 injured in South Korea's deadly stampede

At least 151 people have died and over 100 were injured in Saturday's stampede that resulted after a massive crowd poured into a prominent market in Seoul's Itaewon district for Halloween festivities.

Proposal in US House of Representatives to recognize Pakistani genocide in Bangladesh

Dhaka, October 15: Two influential US legislators have raised a proposal in the US House of Representatives seeking the recognition of the genocide that Pakistan carried out in present-day Bangladesh in 1971. President Joe Biden has been called on to recognize the massacre.

Providing support to RAB stopped since 2018: United States

Washington, Oct 15: US Department of State spokesperson Ned Price said that since 2018, the US has stopped giving support to Bangladesh's Rapid Action Battalion (RAB).

Bangladesh, 142 other countries vote against Russia in UN

New York, Oct 13: One hundred forty-three countries, including Bangladesh, voted in favour of a UN resolution condemning Russia for demarcating four regions of Ukraine. However, 35 countries, including India, Pakistan, and China, abstained from voting. A total of five countries, including North Korea and Syria, voted against this proposal.

Bangladesh becomes member of UN Human Rights Council for 5th time

New York, Oct 12: Bangladesh has been elected as a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council for the term of 2023-25 after getting the highest number of votes from the Asia-Pacific region. Bangladesh got 160 votes in the election. The UN Human Rights Council election was held on Tuesday (October 11) New York local time.

3 Bangladeshi peacekeepers killed in explosion in Central African Republic

Bangui, CAR, Oct 5: Three Bangladeshi peacekeepers were killed and one was injured when an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) exploded in a vehicle belonging to the peacekeepers in the Central African Republic during a UN peacekeeping mission.