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OIC FMs to visit Rohingya camps Friday OIC FMs to visit Rohingya camps Friday

They arrive in Dhaka to join the 45th session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) scheduled to begin in the capital on May 5


Tanzil Ferdous receives 'Emerging Young Leaders Award' in USA Tanzil Ferdous receives 'Emerging Young Leaders Award'

The award is given in recognition of the positive role young people play in building sustainable peace, according to US Department of State


Taj Mahal colour change worries India Supreme Court India worried as Taj Mahal changes colour

The court says the famous tomb, built in the 17th Century from white marble and other materials, had turned yellow and was now turning brown and green


First May Day in Cuba without Castro First May Day in Cuba without Castro

Accompanied by his predecessor Raul Castro, Cuba's new president arrives at the capital's Revolution Square where some 900,000 people are gathered


Largest child sacrifice in history discovered in Peru Remains of 140 children discovered in Peru

Sacrifices are believed to have taken place 550 years ago in the pre-Columbian Chimu Empire, in a sacrificial site formerly known as Huanchaquito


Rohingyas share tales of brutalities with UNSC team Rohingyas share tales of brutalities with UNSC team

During their interaction at different levels, the delegation members assured all of taking effective steps to help resolve the Rohingya crisis


Myanmar violence: Thousands flee fresh fighting in Kachin state Thousands flee near Myanmar-China border

It comes as a longstanding conflict between the Kachin Independence Organisation (KIO) and government troops escalates


Quebec mosque gunman may face 150-year sentence Quebec mosque gunman may face 150-year sentence

In March, the 28-year-old Quebec man pleaded guilty to six counts of first-degree murder and six of attempted murder


Flag-off ceremony for expedition to Lhakpa Ri held Moral strength is a must to achieve success: Prof Sayeed

Prof Abu Sayeed says the seniors who will lead the youths will must be competent and morally strong or else, the young generation will fall in danger


Monsoon apprehensions sour mood around Rohingya camps Monsoon apprehensions sour mood around Rohingya camps

The scale of the influx has been recognized quite early on by international bodies like the UN as the fastest-growing refugee crisis


Rickshaw pullers fade from India's streets Rickshaw pullers fade from India's streets

Kolkata is one of the last places on earth where pulled rickshaws still feature in daily life


Girls in ICT sector will trigger empowerment and economic growth Girls in ICT sector will trigger empowerment and economic growth

There is approximate 70% gap in internet use, in the world’s least developed countries, the gap widens to higher percent in Bangladesh for girls


Rohingya families reinforce shelters ahead of monsoon Rohingya families reinforce shelters ahead of monsoon

Women are playing a key role as part of a major project being rolled out by IOM, the UN migration agency


Top UK diplomat makes India 'mosque' gaffe Top UK diplomat makes India 'mosque' gaffe

The error follows criticism of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson for risking offending Buddhists during a 2017 visit


PM replies second grader Sejuti’s letter PM replies second grader Sejuti’s letter

PM Hasina write: "Take my affection. I hope, you, your father, mother and friends are well. I pray for the departed soul of your grandmother"

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