Road accident kills two, injures three in Feni
Students to get new books on the first day of 2021
Foreign reserve exceeds $41 billion
Another 19 die of Covid-19 in Bangladesh
Paris: People mourn Nice knife attack
Dhaka, September 14: Veteran Japanese lawmaker Yoshihide Suga is expected to become the next prime minister after the country's governing party- Liberal Democratic Party (LDP)- elected him as Shinzo Abe's successor.
Uyghur activist Rushan Abbas protest outside Chinese Embassy in US, demandS release of family detained in Xinjiang
Washington: Uyghur American activist Rushan Abbas recently protested on the second anniversary of her sister’s detention in northwestern China’s Xinjiang province in front of the Chinese Embassy in the United States, media reports said on Sunday.
Madrid: Spanish Police have arrested two people on charges of smuggling dual-use equipment and technology to Pakistani military companies, media reports said on Sunday.
Dhaka, September 12: At least 50 people are believed to have died when a goldmine collapsed near Kamituga in Democratic Republic of Congo, reports said.
Taipei: Amid ongoing border standoff with India, Taiwan now warned China that it should not "cross the line".
New York: As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to upend economies and societies, while also threatening to erode trust in public institutions and democracy, it is critical that people everywhere continue to pursue peace.
Beijing: Ending a five-day diplomatic stand-off, two journalists, who were working in China for Australia media, have flown home, media reports said.
Tokyo: Around 35 ethnic Mongolians living in Japan on Saturday demonstrated against China in Tokyo city against the policy to forcibly push Mandarin language education in Inner Mongolia region.
Dhaka, September 4: Once thought to be Covid-19 free, New Zealand has recorded its first coronavirus death since May 24, reports said.
Tokyo: A large number of Mongolians assembled in front of the Chinese embassy Japanese city of Tokyo and protested against President Xi Jinping-led administration on Aug 28.
Cairo: The Egyptian army announced on Sunday that its forces have recently killed 77 terrorists in the country's restive North Sinai Province.
London: Tibetan and Uyghur community members in the UK organized a ‘Black Day’ protest outside the United Nations office in London on Saturday, media reports said.
Chinese national charged with destroying hard drive during FBI probe into possible transfer of sensitive software to China
Washington: A Chinese national and researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles has been arrested on federal charges of destroying evidence to obstruct an FBI investigation after he was observed throwing a damaged hard drive into a dumpster outside his apartment, the Justice Department announced today.
Washington: Wearing masks, which were decorated with the flag of their native East Turkestan, a group of Uyghur Muslims demonstrated outside of the US Department of State here against their persecution and that of other religious minorities in China on Friday.
Islamabad: Making the situation tough for PM Imran Khan, United States has started an investigation into the role of Pakistanis in the Islamic State movement in Syria, media reports said.