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Police not able to find Mamunul

Coronavirus kills 94 people in a day, death toll crosses 10,000

780 beds at ICU level for critically ill patients

Second wave of corona has increased the rate of infections and deaths among minors

Former Law Minister Abdul Matin Khasru laid to rest

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.

Bangladesh wants to see peace and stability in Myanmar

Dhaka, February 2: Bangladesh has expressed hope that the democratic process and constitutional system will be upheld in Myanmar. The country's military has declared a state of emergency for a year after the capture of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior leaders on Monday.

Myanmar political crisis: Military announces emergency situation for a year, Aung San Suu Kyi detained

Naypyidaw/UNI, February 1: Myanmar’s military announced an emergency situation in the country for the period of one year after the detention of State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi, as well as President Win Myint and other members of the ruling party, the Xinhua news agency reports.

Study finds COVID-19 virus triggers antibodies from previous coronavirus infections

New York: The results of a study led by Northern Arizona University and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), an affiliate of City of Hope, suggest the immune systems of people infected with COVID-19 may rely on antibodies created during infections from earlier coronaviruses to help fight the disease.

China has carried out 'genocide' against Uighur Muslims: CECC

Washington DC, January 29: China may have carried out genocide against Uighur Muslims and minorities in the country's Xinjiang province, according to a report by the US Congressional-Executive Commission on China (CECC).

Pandemic disruption to learning is an opportunity to reimagine, revitalize education

New York: To mark the third International Day of Education on Sunday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres paid tribute to the resilience of students, teachers and families in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic that, at its peak, forced almost every school, institute and university to close its doors.

This is America's day: Joe Biden

As Joe Biden took oath as the 46th President of the United States, he said this is "America's day. This is Democracy's day."

Peacekeepers under attack again in Mali, as one Egyptian blue helmet dies, another seriously injured

New York: The UN Secretary-General António Guterres has strongly condemned another fatal attack carried out against a peacekeeping convoy that left a ‘blue helmet’ from Egypt dead, and another seriously injured on Friday.

Norway issues coronavirus vaccine caution on elderly as 23 people die days after vaccination

Oslo, January 16: Norway has cautioned against vaccinating the very old and terminally ill patients with Coronavirus vaccine after 23 people died in the country after a few days of the injection.

Bangladesh gives another list of 2,30,000 Rohingya refugees to Myanmar

Dhaka, January 13: The Bangladesh government has provided a list of 2,30,000 Rohingya refugees to Myanmar as part of the repatriation process. The list was handed over to the Myanmar ambassador in Dhaka on Monday, said Delwar Hossain, director general of the Myanmar wing of the foreign ministry.

US Capitol: Four die during protests by Trump supporters, over 50 detained

Dhaka, January 7: At least four people died on Wednesday as supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump stormed into the iconic Capitol building and created chaos over his defeat in the polls.

‘Growing momentum’ to make 2021 the global action year for sustainable energy

In a bid of optimism for the new year, the UN Development Programme (UNDP) expressed confidence that clean energy would grow in 2021.

Yemen airport blast kills 22, at least 50 injured

Dhaka, December 31: The death toll in the Aden Airport blast in Yemen on Wednesday rose to 22 while dozens sustained injuries.

Argentina legalises abortion, becomes first major Latin American country to do so

Dhaka, December 30: Millions of women in Argentina will be able to opt for abortion legally, after the Catholic-majority country approved a bill to legalise it on Wednesday.

25,000 refugees in unsettled Tigray region receive urgent UN food supplies

Dhaka, December 29: Some 25,000 Eritrean refugees, sheltering in two camps in the unsettled Tigray region of Ethiopia, have received desperately needed food aid for the first time since mid-October.