- South Asia
- September 21, 2017
A Dhaka Tribune world exclusive brings you an eye-witness report from the first journalistic incursion into Rakhine since the area was sealed to outsiders by Myanmar.
Prof Arefin signed the joining paper in his department of Mass Communication and Journalism
Police had opened a “shelter of last resort” for those who had ignored mandatory evacuation orders.
Denouncing the persecution of the Rohingya, Hefazat sought the intervention of international organisations to end the ongoing atrocities
A Silkway West Airlines cargo plane carrying 100 tonnes of relief materials arrived in Dhaka from Azerbaijan on Saturday.
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Defending champion Rupali Bank Krira Parishad have retained key players like Rumana Ahmed and Ayesha Rahman Shuktara
Mofazzal said the prime minister has directed the authorities concerned to provide shelter to all the refugees at a designated area
Bangladesh will play their second match against three-time champion Japan and Australia at IPE Stadium on Thursday and Sunday respectively
North Korea had said the latest test was an advanced hydrogen bomb. There was no independent confirmation but some Western experts said there was enough strong evidence to suggest the reclusive state has either developed a hydrogen bomb or was getting very close
Del Toro has dedicated this achievement to young Mexican and Latin American filmmakers who are working to push the fantasy genre.
France, which has 4,000 troops serving across the Sahel region with a counter-terror mandate, is a major backer of the initiative
The film also has the largest gross for an R-rated title, for a September release and for a film based on a Stephen King book.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont has urged ‘independentistas’ to take to the streets on Monday in a massive show of support for the referendum
The Dhaka Tribune‘s Syed Rashad Imam Tanmoy weighs in on the call for stripping Aung San Suu Kyi of her Nobel Prize, as the once iconic leader of democracy continues to remain silent on one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time, taking place under her leadership of the Myanmar state.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has made controlling immigration her absolute Brexit priority but Brussels has stressed the UK will have to leave the single market if it wants to end the free movement of EU nationals
New Zealand international Wood marked his maiden appearance for Burnley following his club record £15m move by firing the winner early in the first half
Freelance journalist Adam Collins traveled around Dhaka and Chittagong mostly on his own and by the time he left the country, he only had good things to say about the country, its cricket and people
Following registration, the new refugees will also be put into a new camp on 2,000 acres of land at Cox’s Bazar’s Kutupalong area