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At least 16 people were reported to have been killed in violence among rival’s supporters
Royal for International Trade intends to export 20,000 tonnes of citrus fruits in 2017, up from 16,700 tonnes last year, a target growth of 20%. The chairperson of the company, Shady El Adawy, said that Royal exports its products to 20 companies worldwide, with plans to penetrate five new markets in 2017 as part of …
A new video released by the so-called “Islamic State” features a group of Bangladeshi jihadists who are planning more attacks in the South Asian nation. Experts say the government needs concrete plans to fight terrorism.
In Syria and Iraq, the ‘Islamic State’ group has been losing ground for months, but worldwide, its attacks are becoming more effective. Middle East expert Udo Steinbach detects change within the terrorist militia.
Bangladesh’s prime minister has decreed the next two days a mourning period. The world is reeling from a terror attack that left 28 people dead.
Bangladesh has launched a security operation against Islamists, who have been accused of murdering secular activists. Analyst Siegfried Wolf tells DW a comprehensive political strategy against terrorism is still missing.
The number of Hindus living in Bangladesh continues to shrink as many of them leave to seek refuge in neighboring India. Experts blame it on religious persecution and systematic oppression against the minority community.
Five years after the death of bin Laden, al Qaeda is being overshadowed by IS, which is expanding not only in Afghanistan and Pakistan but also in Bangladesh. DW examines the new challenges to the group in South Asia.
Last month, hackers plundered the accounts of Bangladesh’s central bank, making off with $80 million. It was one of the biggest banking heists in history – and it would’ve been a lot bigger were it not for a simple typo.
Better counting methodology has revealed more realistic results for the remaining tiger population in Bangladesh’s Sundarbans. And the numbers are far from good: Only around 100 of the big cats still stalk the forests. The numbers of tigers that populate the world's largest mangrove forest in Bangladesh seem to be far fewer than previously thought. According to a recent survey,…
Fourteen teams are participating in the 11th Cricket World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand, which began on 14 February and will continue until 29 March. The teams will play a total of 49 matches in 14 different cities. Australian playing fields will host 26 matches in seven cities: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, …
Reuters – Egypt’s Global Telecom Holding said on Monday its Bangladeshi subsidiary Banglalink Digital Communications Limited issued Bangladesh’s first international bond. Banglalink, wholly owned by Global Telecom, has priced a five-year $300m bond with the coupon at 8.625%, Global Telecom said in a statement. The transaction is expected to close on 6 May. “The notes …
The 61-year-old Kamaruzzaman is the fourth person to be convicted by the much-criticised International Crimes Tribunal
Egypt foreign minister presents four-point plan to help solve crisis in Myanmar
“We suspect the cocktail was hurled from a moving vehicle,” Biplob Sarker, a senior policeman in Dhaka
About 20 policemen were also injured in the clashes
More than one million persons displaced in Guwahati
Pakistani protesters clash with police, 21 killed on government-sanctioned “Love for the Prophet Mohamed Day”
Anti-Islam film continues to provoke more reactions from Muslim countries
When asked where his parents were, the boy mustered, “I don’t know.” He was still very young, even at 17 years-old, to have made a perilous crossing at the Naf River alone, venturing from Myanmar to Bangladesh and fleeing the threat of the Burmese military the length of the trip. At a refugee camp outside …