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Govt now ‘friendless’ over Rohingya issue: BNP By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 21st October, 2017, 17:29

Amir Khasru Mahmud says Rohingya crisis cannot be solved now without creating a national unity and installing an elected and representative government

Government now ‘friendless’ over Rohingya issue: BNP

Water transport services on all routes suspended Water transport services on all routes suspended

At present, a total of 295 vessels operate on different river routes across the country


Landslide in Malaysia kills 3; Bangladeshi workers among 11 more trapped Landslide in Malaysia kills 3; Bangladeshi among 11 trapped

The landslide occurred at a construction site, where two 49-storey condominium towers are being built


Sushma Swaraj due Sunday to hold bilateral talks Sushma Swaraj due Sunday to hold bilateral talks

Indian External Affairs Minister will arrive at the Bangabandhu Air Force base at 13:55pm


Rains cripple life across country Rains cripple life across country

Intermittent heavy rains with squally wind may continue until Saturday night & the situation may improve slightly on Sunday, Met office source says


Signal no 3 to continue for maritime ports   Signal no 3 to continue for maritime ports

All fishing boat and trawlers over North Bay have been advised to remain in shelter till further notice


President off to London for medical checkup   President off to London for medical checkup

Abdul Hamid is expected to return home on October 29


Fallen tree halts traffic between Dhaka and northern region   Fallen tree halts traffic between Dhaka and northern region

Some 2,000 vehicles on both sides of the highway got stranded, causing immense woes to thousands of passengers amid incessant rains


Rohingya walk through rain, muddy rice fields to reach Bangladesh (Video) Rohingya walk through rain, muddy rice fields to reach Bangladesh (Video)

Nearly 600,000 Rohingya have fled into Bangladesh so far — about half the estimated population of Rohingya in Myanmar


'340,000 Rohingya children are starving in Cox’s Bazar refugee camps' '340,000 Rohingya children are starving in Cox’s Bazar refugee camps'

Many of the children are alone, starving, in need of medical attention & at risk of being captured and thrown into human trafficking, the UNICEF says


Step up support for Rohingyas: AI Step up support for Rohingyas: AI

More countries need to step up and pledge their support for Rohingyas amid an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, the AI says in a statement on Friday


D-8 extends support for solution to Rohingya crisis D-8 terms Rohingya issue ethnic cleansing

The President of Turkey emphasising on the need for political stability in Myanmar and assures of its maximum support for the Rohingyas


BNP getting active after Khaleda’s return BNP getting active after Khaleda’s return

The BNP leader says the party chairperson may hold a meeting with the party leaders to discuss the country’s current political situation


Govt keeps eye on Khaleda’s activities Govt keeps eye on Khaleda’s activities

Sources in the government say the state monitoring has been geared up to fend off any trouble in the country ahead of the next national election


Rain adds to newly intruded Rohingyas’ woes Rain adds to newly intruded Rohingyas’ woes

Mohammad Musa Ali, a resident of Mongdhu of Mynmar, says he passed the last night in a tent as he and his family didn’t have a place to live in


Heavy rainfall likely to continue in next 24 hours Heavy rainfall likely to continue in next 24 hours

the depression is likely to move in a North or North-Easterly direction further and under its influence; steep pressure gradient

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