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Soon the situation in Chittagong Hill Tracts will be calm: Obaidul Quader

KNF attack to loot money and show capability: RAB

Kidnapped manager of Sonali Bank returns to his family

Home Minister to visit Bandarban tomorrow to inspect situation

Prime Minister reaches Italy

Rome, July 24: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina arrived in Italy on Sunday on a three-day official visit to attend the United Nations Food System Summit+2 Stocktaking Moment.

Seminar held at UK Parliament on Bangladesh's economic development and international trade

London, July 22: A seminar was held in the British Parliament on Bangladesh's economic development and international trade.

Seven Bangladeshis killed in fire in Saudi Arabia, bodies identified

Dhaka, July 15: Nine people, including seven Bangladeshis, died in a fire in a furniture factory in Al Hofuf city of Dammam, Saudi Arabia. Seven Bangladeshis killed in this incident have been identified.

6 Bangladeshis killed in South Africa in 20 days

Johannesburg, July 12: In separate incidents in South Africa's Johannesburg, Free-State, Eastern Cape and Cape Town provinces, six Bangladeshis have been killed in the last twenty days. Among them, two Bangladeshis were killed on Monday and Tuesday of this week (July 10 and 11). In addition, four expatriates were killed in the country in the last week of June.

159 more Bangladeshis returning from Sudan

Khartoum, June 30: More 159 people are being brought safely to Dhaka in the last phase of repatriation of expatriate Bangladeshis from Sudan. Their first batch will leave for the country on Friday (June 30) and the second batch on Saturday (July 1).

Bangladeshi origin Nusrat Chowdhury named the first federal Muslim female judge in the United States of America

Dhaka, June 15: Bangladeshi origin Nusrat Jahan Chowdhury, a civil rights lawyer, has been appointed as the first female Muslim federal judge in the United States of America.

United Nations adopts Bangladesh's 'Culture of Peace' resolution

Dhaka, June 15: The 'Culture of Peace' resolution raised by Bangladesh in the UN General Assembly was unanimously accepted. Bangladesh Permanent Representative and Ambassador Mohammad Abdul Muhith presented the resolution on behalf of Bangladesh at the UN Headquarters in New York on Wednesday (June 14) local time.

US sanctions: China expresses support for Sheikh Hasina's stance

Beijing, June 15: China supports Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's stand against US sanctions on Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) issue. The country will fully support Bangladesh in maintaining its independence, sovereignty and geographical integrity.

Belgorod: 2 killed in shelling on the Russian border

June 2: Two women were killed by Ukrainian army shelling in Belgorod, bordering Russia.

1971's Genocide recognition on UN agenda

United Nations, June 2: The third agenda of the next session of the United Nations Human Rights Council includes the demand for international recognition of the genocide of 1971 in Bangladesh and the demand for international recognition of the brutal genocide committed by the Pakistani invading forces and their allies during the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971 has been placed on the agenda of the next session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Police-protester clash over mosque demolition in China

Yunnan, May 31: Protesters clashed with police over the planned demolition of a traditional mosque dome in a major Muslim-majority city in China's Yunnan province.

162 migrant workers including 118 Bangladeshis detained in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, May 27: Hundred and 62 migrant construction workers, including 118 Bangladeshis, have been detained by various law enforcement agencies in Malaysia. They were arrested in a raid on a construction site in Jalan Bukit Kiara in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, on Thursday afternoon.

PM meets Emir of Qatar, agreement on more fuel supply soon

Doha, May 25: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina held a meeting with Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar. Various issues of bilateral cooperation on energy, trade and investment and manpower and development of Bangladesh were discussed in the meeting. The meeting was held at Amiri Dewan in Qatar on Wednesday. After the meeting, Foreign Minister Dr. AK Abdul Momen briefed the journalists about this.

PM attends inaugural session of Qatar Economic Forum

Doha, May 23: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina attended the inaugural session of the third Qatar Economic Forum (QEF) in Doha on Tuesday (May 23) morning. The forum is being held at the Fairmont and Raffles Hotel in Lusail, Qatar.

G7: Buddhist monk protests in Hiroshima, urges world leaders to shun use of nuclear weapons

Dhaka, May 20: A Buddhist monk on Friday staged a protest outside the G7 International Media Centre in the Japanese city of Hiroshima and urged world leaders to shun the use of nuclear weapons.