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Doha, March 7: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has asked the country's development partners for five key measures to build a smart, innovative, and knowledge-based society, which she believes will help promote a peaceful, just, and inclusive society.
Doha, March 6: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that global partnerships must be meaningful for least developed countries (LDCs) like Bangladesh, so that no challenge can disrupt the progress of these countries in attaining developing country status.
Doha, March 6: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said that the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) want their due for real structural transformation as per international commitments.
Beijing, March 1: A Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-run newspaper has issued warning to Tesla CEO Elon Musk after he retweeted the US government’s “low-confidence” assessment which claimed that the global Covid-19 pandemic originated from a laboratory in China's Wuhan.
Athens, March 1: At least 36 people were killed as two trains collided head-on in northern Greece on Tuesday as rescuers tried to search for survivors, media reports said.
Cape Town, February 27: An expatriate Bangladeshi was shot dead by some unidentified miscreants in South Africa late on Sunday.
Cape Town, February 25: Five expatriate Bangladeshis, including a child, were killed and two more Bangladeshis were seriously injured in a road accident in the South African capital of Cape Town, reports said.
Russia-Ukraine war: Resolution passed in UN, 32 countries including Bangladesh abstained from voting
New York, February 24: The United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution calling for the ending of the Russia-Ukraine war and the immediate withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine. 32 countries including Bangladesh, India, and China abstained from voting.
Paris, February 23: A student was arrested by local police after allegedly stabbing a school teacher fatally in the French town of Saint-Jean-de-Luz.
Moscow, February 22: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia has summoned the Ambassador of Bangladesh to Moscow, Kamrul Ahsan, in view of Bangladesh's decision not to allow Russian ships, which have been banned by the US and other Western countries, to enter the country's seaports.
Kuala Lumpur, February 18: Malaysia Immigration sent back 19 Bangladeshis from the airport. As the company did not come to receive them in Malaysia, they were kept at the airport for two days and sent back to Bangladesh from Kuala Lumpur on the 6:30 AM flight of Air Asia on February 17.
Damascus, February 13: Under the direction of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Bangladesh's humanitarian relief aid package arrived in Syria's Damascus on Saturday in a special C-130J aircraft of the Bangladesh Air Force.
Dhaka, February 4: Mohammad Abdul Muhith, Permanent Representative and Ambassador of Bangladesh to the United Nations, has been unanimously elected as the Vice-Chair of the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission (PBC) for the year 2023. He served as the President of the Commission in 2022.
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.
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.