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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

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

Ottawa, September 21: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will continue to serve as the Prime Minister, after his Liberal Party won the snap poll in the country, but fell short of the majority mark in an almost repeat of the 2019 election results.

Eight killed, several hurt in shooting at Russian university: State media

Moscow, September 20: A young shooter opened fire at a university in the Russian city of Perm on Monday, killing at least eight people and wounding six others, country's state-owned domestic news agency, RIA Novosti, reported citing the state investigators.

China: Wuhan lab created '10,000-times stronger than usual’ coronavirus strains, says scientist

Wuhan: A Wuhan-based lab in China created coronavirus strains that were up to 10,000-times stronger than usual, media reports said on Saturday.

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.

Three Chinese military planes enter Taiwan’s air defense identification zone

Taipei, September 18: Marking the 15th intrusion of the ongoing month, three Chinese military planes entered Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ) on Thursday morning, media reports said.

China ready to maintain ties with new Taliban government in Afghanistan

Beijing, September 16: Beijing is ready to interact with the new Taliban government in Afghanistan, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said on Wednesday.

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.

China may become greater threat for UK: Duncan Smith

London: British politician Duncan Smith has said China will become a greater threat for the UK and the West in the upcoming days.

Gas explosion kills eight, injures five in China

Beijing, September 11: At least eight people died due to an explosion and fire caused by liquefied gas cylinder leakage in China's Liaoning Province on Saturday, media reports said.

14 patients killed, several hurt in Covid hospital fire in North Macedonia

Skopje, September 9: A major fire broke out in a temporary Covid hospital in North Macedonian city of Tetovo on late Wednesday, leaving at least 14 patients dead and several others injured, Associated Press (AP) reported citing local authorities.

Indonesia: Prison fire kills 41 inmates, injures over 80 others

Jakarta, September 8: At least 41 inmates were killed and more than 80 others were hurt in a massive fire that raged through an overcrowded prison near Indonesian capital of Jakarta in the early hours of Wednesday, AFP reported citing local authorities.

Taiwan claims 19 Chinese warplanes recently entered its air defence zone

Taipei, September 7: Taiwan government has said a large incursion of Chinese military jets occurred in its air defence zone on Sunday, giving fuel to trigger conflict with Beijing.

ISIS-inspired terrorist stabs six people in Auckland mall, shot dead by police: New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern

Auckland, September 3: A 'violent extremist' was shot dead by the New Zealand police after he had stabbed at least six people in an Auckland supermarket on Friday afternoon, reports said.

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 carries out airstrike in Kabul, targets suspected ISIS-K car bomb

Washington: The US government on Sunday carried out an airstrike which targeted a suspected ISIS-K car bomb which was heading towards the airport in the city, media reports said.