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All 5 first ladies speak out on family separations at border By AP | Last Updated: 19th June, 2018, 10:53

Melania Trump did not go as far as some of her predecessors, though, and criticize the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy

All 5 first ladies speak out on family separations at border

US separate 2,000 children in six weeks US separate 2,000 children in six weeks

As the adults are being charged with a crime and detained, the children that travel with them are being separated and classed as unaccompanied minors


Messi illuminating a small Russian town Messi illuminating a small Russian town

Never has it been subjected to such scrutiny, and perhaps never again will this town founded in the middle of the 15th century attract such global rec


Exchange of Eid Cards: A tradition fading away Exchange of Eid Cards: A tradition fading away

Eid card business has dropped down a lot over the years, as people now prefer sending e-cards to wish Eid Mubarak


Parents of dead girl arrested in French cold case after DNA lead DNA leads to arrests in French cold case

The parents were traced after the DNA of their son, tested in an unrelated case, was matched with that of the girl, French media report


Trump Kim summit: What food was on the diplomatic menu? Trump Kim summit: What food was on the diplomatic menu?

There were lots of words President Trump is likely to have been unfamiliar with


Faridpur man builds bicycle that can run on water Faridpur man builds bicycle that can run on water

In future, Saiful intends to build solar-powered rice cutter machines & auto rickshaws, as well as a water & land-accessible solar-powered speedboat


Harry and Meghan to visit Australia and New Zealand Harry and Meghan to visit Australia and New Zealand

This is the couple's first official royal tour to be announced since getting married in May


G7 summit: $3bn pledge for girls' education G7 pledges $3bn for girls' education

The money will help fund equal access to education and learning opportunities in countries across the globe


Trump considers pardon for Ali, wants athletes' advice Trump considers pardon for Ali, wants athletes' advice

Former heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, whose conviction was already overturned by the Supreme Court in 1971


Bangladeshi-origin Doly Begum wins in Ontario provincial polls Doly Begum wins in Ontario provincial polls

The Bangladeshi-origin NDP candidate garners more than 45 per cent of the votes


The Cypriot airport abandoned for 44 years The Cypriot airport abandoned for 44 years

The once vibrant and state-of-the-art Nicosia International Airport has remained shut, a painful travel relic of the turbulent history of Cyprus


Trump to face tough crowd at G-7 amid tariff fight

Trump to face tough crowd at G-7 amid tariff fight

With his new tariffs increasing US isolation, Trump heads to Canada on Friday for a meeting of the Group of Seven industrialized nations


Muhith sets record placing 10 consecutive budgets Muhith sets record placing 10 consecutive budgets

The veteran politician started placing the national budget of around Tk 464,000 crore for the 2018-19 financial year in the House around 12:53 pm


WWI hero’s 103-year-old chocolate found WWI hero’s 103-year-old chocolate found

The chocolate is found in a collection belonging to war hero Richard Bullimore, along with cigarettes, medals and letters


'Nobody is left': Guatemala volcano ravaged entire families 'Nobody is left': Guatemala volcano ravaged entire families

Guatemala's National Institute of Forensic Sciences raises the death toll Tuesday evening to 75


Rohingya say Myanmar targeted the educated in genocide Rohingya say Myanmar targeted the educated in genocide

The Buddhist majority has long reviled the Rohingya as "Bengali interlopers" in northern Rakhine state


Vogue Arabia defends Saudi princess cover

Vogue Arabia defends Saudi princess cover

The edition features Princess Hayfa Bint Abdullah Al Saud in the driving seat of a car


Sultan of Yogyakarta: A feminist revolution in an ancient kingdom A feminist revolution in an ancient kingdom

The Sultan of Yogyakarta holds a powerful political and spiritual position on the Indonesian island of Java


Smokeless tobacco no less harmful Smokeless tobacco no less harmful

On average more people in Bangladesh use smokeless tobaccos comparing to their peers in other medium Human Development Index (HDI) countries


Iftar during Ramadan helping Rohingyas to forget atrocities Iftar during Ramadan helping Rohingyas to forget atrocities

Most of the Iftar items are provided for the refugees in individual boxes by various local and international NGOs


Hurricane Maria 'killed 4,600 in Puerto Rico' Hurricane Maria 'killed 4,600 in Puerto Rico'

The official death toll stands at 64


City ready to fight monsoon mosquito menace

City ready to fight monsoon mosquito menace

Fogging is a technique used for killing insects that involves using a fine pesticide spray, which is directed by a blower


Mali 'Spiderman' Gassama to be made French citizen Mali 'Spiderman' Gassama to be made French citizen

Macron personally thanks Gassama, gives him a medal for courage and says he would also be offered a role in the fire service


Rohingyas brace for monsoon landslide 'Our families would be killed'

A massive operation to shore up the camps against disaster is in overdrive, with bulldozers levelling hills and refugees bunkering down


Alan Bean, moon-walking astronaut and artist, dies aged 86 Astronaut and artist Alan Bean dies at 86

Alan Bean, a former US Navy test pilot, was selected by Nasa as a trainee in 1963


Tragic tale of nursing mother's snakebite shocks India Tragic tale of nursing mother's snakebite shocks India

WHO declares snake bites a "global health priority, 81,000 to 138,000 people are killed by snake bites each year, around half of all deaths in India


UN asks oil traders to shore up sanctions on North Korea UN asks oil traders to shore up sanctions on North Korea

The UNSC in December adopted a new round of sanctions that severely restricted oil supplies vital for North Korea's ballistic missile and nuclear prog


The princes, the president and the fortune seekers The princes, the president and the fortune seekers

Elliott Broidy, a top fundraiser for President Donald Trump, was finance chairman of the Republican National Committee from 2006 to 2008


A royal wedding bridges the Atlantic and breaks old molds A royal wedding bridges the Atlantic and breaks old molds

Meghan Markle's biracial roots and the pair's shared commitment to putting a more diverse, modern face on the monarchy


It's all about the well-plumed hats for royal wedding guests It's all about the well-plumed hats for royal wedding guests

Like every good royal wedding, it was all about the hats, the dresses and the posh tails in Windsor


Royal fans swarm trains to get to wedding Royal fans swarm trains to get to wedding

Many of those on the standing room only trains were Americans, including Christine Clancy from Virginia


Lack of awareness, support pushes up suicide incidents in Bangladesh: Expert Lack of awareness, support pushes up suicide incidents in Bangladesh: Expert

Over 11,000 people committed suicide in the country in 2017 which means at least 30 people are killing themselves every day


Royal wedding 2018: Finishing touches ahead of big day Royal wedding finishing touches under way

It remains unclear who will walk Ms Markle down the aisle of St George's Chapel as her father will not attend


US House committee approves legislation against senior Myanmar army officers US House approves law against Myanmar army officers

The BURMA Act (HR 5819) urges the Myanmar government to cooperate with the UN fact-finding mission, facilitate the return of the Rohingya


Meghan sad over dad's wedding absence Meghan sad over dad's wedding absence

Markle, who is understood to be in Mexico, was caught up in controversy after allegedly staging photographs with the paparazzi


Stone throwing at moving trains causes Tk 1.45 crore loss each year: Secretary Stone throwing at moving trains causes Tk 1.45 cr loss each year: Secy

Glasses of 2000 doors and windows of trains were damaged while 14 people got injured last year due to stone throwing, Mofazzal Hossain says


Malaysia's political drama is worthy of Shakespeare A political drama worthy of Shakespeare

The story of the relationship between just-elected Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar Ibrahim is so full of drama it would be fitting for Shakespeare


Rohingya Muslims face difficult Ramadan in camps Rohingya Muslims face difficult Ramadan in camps

"Here, we can't afford gifts and don't have good food... because this is not our country," Hashim told AFP on a barren hillside in Cox's Bazar


US pushes for UN resolution on Rohingya crisis US pushes for UN resolution on Rohingya crisis

The active involvement of the Security Council is essential to bring an end to the Rohingya crisis


‘Pakistan's army tried to hack my Facebook’ ‘Pakistan's army tried to hack my Facebook’

Diep Saeeda, an outspoken human rights activist from the Pakistani city of Lahore, received a short message on Facebook from someone

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