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They still cry "death to America" in Iran. President Donald Trump claimed otherwise in a Fox News interview

Hong Kong activists say protest still on

Hong Kong activists say they're not satisfied with a decision to shelve unpopular extradition legislation and still plan

Women strike in Switzerland for fairer pay, more equality

Thousands of women across Switzerland walked off the job, burned bras and blocked traffic Friday in a day

Ugandan medics tackling Ebola lack supplies

The isolation ward for Ebola patients is a tent erected in the garden of the local hospital. Gloves

Tennessee Volkswagen plant rejects unionization

Workers at Volkswagen's plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, voted Friday night against forming a factory-wide union, handing a setback

Gathering clouds cast shadow over Paris Air Show

Slumping orders, production bottlenecks, regulatory pressures and the prospect of fewer flyers: Aviation executives have plenty on their

Notre-Dame to celebrate 1st mass after fire

The Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris will host its first mass on Saturday, exactly two months after the devastating

China's largest ever Picasso exhibition opens

The largest Picasso exhibition ever held in China opens on Saturday, featuring more than 100 works -- many

'Bogura poeple are going to see visible developments'

 Member of Parliament of Bogura-01 constituency has arranged an Eid reunion and view exchange meeting for the Journalists

'Hong Kong affairs an internal matter'

China's foreign ministry said on Saturday Hong Kong matters were a Chinese internal affair and no country, organization

Driver, helper arrested for rape attempt in Manikganj

A bus driver and his assistant were arrested for trying to rape a woman on a running bus

Train delay triggers vandalism at Nangalkot railway station

 Irate passengers of an inter-city train vandalised the Nangalkot Railway Station on Saturday morning when the train ran

Ensuring proper sanitation for ethnic people stressed

Though Bangladesh has achieved significant success in increasing sanitation coverage, it is still low among different ethnic minority

2 motorcyclists killed in road crash

Two motorcyclists were killed as a stone-laden truck hit their vehicle on Panchagarh-Tetulia highway at Barrister Bazar in

77 detained in Rajshahi

Police have detained 77 persons in special drives in the district. The detainees include three suspected members of

Mango business gains momentum in Rajshahi, Chapainawabganj

After the Eid celebration, mango trading has gained momentum in different markets of Rajshahi and Chapainawabgonj districts with

Schoolboy killed in Jhenaidah road crash

 A grade-one student was killed after being hit by an auto-rickshaw at Baganmath village in Maheshpur upazila on

Submersible pumps bring boon for Barind people

Submersible pumps have brought boon for the people of drought-prone Barind area here, supplying safe drinking water to

Campaign gets momentum

The candidates ahead of by-election of Bogura-06 (Sadar) have been passing busy hours in Bogura district and out

Integrated efforts must for vitamin 'A' plus campaign

Integrated efforts need to be taken by all government and non-government entities concerned to make the forthcoming June

Holistic effort stressed to stop child labor

Concerted effort of all government and non- government entities has become an urgent need to prevent child labour

One killed, 25 injured in Kushtia road accident

One person was killed and 25 others injured as a bus plunged into a roadside ditch in Khoksha

Repaired road ends people's sufferings

After 30 years, a construction of one-km road initiated by the local Member of Parliament (MP) has eased

3-day science fair begins in Jhalakathi

A three-day science fair began at the auditorium of Sadar upazila today with the slogan "Science and Technology:

'Highway police cutting down soil from road side'

Highway police of Brahmanbaria zone was allegedly cutting down soil from Kutrapara intersection of Sarail Sadar of Dhaka-Sylhet

Saplings of palm, golpata to be planted

Experts at a workshop yesterday laid emphasis on plantation of saplings of palm and golpata trees to maintain

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