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UN Official Welcomes Rohingya Relocation Plan

A senior UN official has welcomed Bangladesh's plan to move Rohingya refugees out of the country's congested camps, but said any move to transfer...

Bangladesh Town Barbers Face Fines For ‘Foreign’ Cuts

A barber's association in a northern Bangladesh town has warned its members not to give ‘foreign’ haircuts or beard styles on pain of fines,...

Teenager’s Death Sparks Fresh Student Protests In Bangladesh

Hundreds of students demonstrated in Dhaka on Wednesday (20) after a teenager was struck and killed by a speeding bus, just months after a...

Bangladesh FIFA Official Arrested In Defamation Case

A lawyer for FIFA council member Mahfuza Akhter Kiron is set to file a petition in a Bangladesh court on Tuesday (19) seeking bail...

Bangladesh cricketers ‘three to four’ minutes from being caught up in massacre

Bangladesh's Test cricketers were just a few minutes from being caught up in last week’s massacre in New Zealand when they arrived at a...

Bangladesh Cricket Team Narrowly Avoids Christchurch Mosque Shooting

The Bangladesh cricket team narrowly avoided being caught up in a shooting at a mosque in Christchurch on Friday (15) that left 30 dead...

Bangladesh To Move Rohingya To Island Next Month: Minister

Bangladesh said on Wednesday (13) that it would start relocating tens of thousands of Rohingya Muslims from overcrowded camps to a remote island vulnerable...

UN Envoy Fears New Crisis For Rohingya Refugees If Moved To Bangladesh Island

A United Nations human rights investigator on Myanmar voiced deep concern on Monday (11) over Bangladesh's plan to relocate 23,000 Rohingya refugees in April...

Bangladesh’s Fishermen Struggle As Cyclone Threat Grows

A bul Kalam Maji has been catching fish in the Bay of Bengal for 30 years but an uptick in cyclone warnings, as warming...

ICC Investigates Rohingya Atrocities In Bangladesh

A team from the office of the International Criminal Court prosecutor was in Bangladesh on Wednesday (6) for a preliminary probe into alleged atrocities...