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ICT export target set at $5b

ICT export target set at $5b

The government had set an export target to earn USD 5 billion in the information communications technology (ICT) sector by 2021, but it has failed to…
Myanmar okays $15m for Rakhine border fence

Myanmar okays $15m for Rakhine border fence

Myanmar's parliament has approved a budget of about $15 million for the construction of a fence and related projects along the border with Bangladesh…

‘Rohingya blood not cheaper than European blood’

Myanmar commits genocide, de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi ignores biggest human catastrophe since Rwanda, says Wajid Khan It is obvious that what is happening in Rohingya is an ethnic cleansing and Rohingya blood is not cheaper than European blood, said the member of the European Parliament (MEP) for…

Three female Nobel laureates to visit Rohingyas

The Nobel Women’s Initiative, in partnership with local Bangladeshi women’s organization, Naripokkho, is organisng a delegation to Bangladesh to witness and highlight the situation of the Rohingya refugees and the violence against Rohingya women—including high levels of sexual violence.…

EU council sits tomorrow

The European Union is likely to come up with "restrictive measures" against Myanmar generals as the Foreign Ministers of European countries sit on tomorrow in Brussels, reports UNB. The Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union will begin at 9am with a discussion on current affairs, allowing…

‘New challenges’ for peacekeepers in foreign missions

A multinational exercise on the United Nations (UN) peace operations, ‘Exercise Shanti Doot-4’, will begin at the Bangladesh Institute of Peace Support Operation Training (BIPSOT) in Gazipur tomorrow (Monday). Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s defence adviser, Maj. Gen. (retd) Tarique…
23 killed in Afghan multiple attacks

23 killed in Afghan multiple attacks

At least 23 people were killed and more than a dozen wounded in multiple suicide bombings and attacks in Afghanistan yesterday, officials said, the latest…

9 schoolchildren killed in India road crash

At least nine schoolchildren were killed and 20 others injured in eastern India's Bihar state yesterday after a vehicle crashed into them outside their school in an apparent hit-and-run, police said, reports AFP from New Delhi. Officers said the driver hit the children at speed as he was driving…

Swechhasebak League leaders held in Ctg over ‘extortion’

Two local leaders of Awami Swechhasebak League were arrested yesterday from different places of the port city in a case filed over extortion charges, reports UNB. The accused were identified as Debashis Nath Debu and ATM Monjurul Islam Ratan, executive members of the city unit Swechhasebak League, said…
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