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  • Experts: Rise of far-right idiots may hit aid and refugees

    Experts: Rise of far-right idiots may hit aid and refugees

    After a referendum campaign dominated by the anti-immigration, eurosceptic views of politician Nigel Farage’s UK Independence Party, Britain voted in June to leave the European Union

  • Donald Trump frames Europe attacks as clash of religions

    Donald Trump frames Europe attacks as clash of religions

    Trump resorted to similar language to condemn the murder, on the same day, of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey by a “radical Islamic terrorist.” His decision to focus on the presumed religion of the attackers was a deliberately chosen contrast with the policy of outgoing president Barack Obama

  • Why tensions are spiking in DR Congo

    Why tensions are spiking in DR Congo

    A heavy security presence is in Kinshasa, and internet access is spotty amid reports that the government ordered a shutdown

  • Berlin truck attack shows Merkel’s vulnerability

    Berlin truck attack shows Merkel’s vulnerability

    What does seem clear however, is that any attack in Germany with a link, no matter how tenuous, to last year’s refugee influx will be laid at Merkel’s door by opponents keen to destabilise the one mainstream leader in Europe who has looked invulnerable

  • Assassination of Russian ambassador in Turkey

    Assassination of Russian ambassador in Turkey

    The gunman was seen standing behind the ambassador and after opening fire he swaggered and pointed his automatic handgun aggressively into the air

  • Kader: PM should help Rohingyas

    Kader: PM should help Rohingyas

    Being a daughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina should help the Rohingyas, says Krishak Sramik Janata League’s president Kader Siddique.

  • Rahul Gandhi accuses Modi of taking cash payments

    Rahul Gandhi accuses Modi of taking cash payments

    Gandhi, heir apparent to the leadership of the Congress party that has governed India for most of its seven decades of independence, levelled the allegations at a rally in Modi’s home state of Gujarat

  • Banks’ risk assets soar 11%

    Banks’ risk assets soar 11%

    Banks’ risk assets have increased by Tk68,000 crore or 11% over the last one year period as some of their clients took loans on fraudulent documents, officials said recently.

  • 37th BCS written tests begin Feb 12

    37th BCS written tests begin Feb 12

    The written test for the 37th Bangladesh Civil Service (BCS) examination will begin from February 12 next.

  • Govt takes 50-yr plan for tea sector

    Govt takes 50-yr plan for tea sector

    The government is going to implement a 50-year development plan for Bangladesh’s tea sector, according to official sources.

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