Here are some news that grabbed the headlines last night
Bangladesh raises fuel oil prices
The Bangladesh government late on Friday announced a hike in fuel oil prices, which came into effect on Saturday. Click here to read details.
Child, Palestinian commander among 15 dead as Israel strikes Gaza
A five-year-old girl child and a senior member of the Islamic Jihad group were among more than 15 people killed in Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip on Friday, prompting the fighter group to warn Israel has "started a war". Click here to read details.
Teesta water-sharing deal likely to be struck in a month?
After 11 long years since the last highly potential chance was shattered, hopes have resurfaced that Dhaka and New Delhi may sign the long-awaited Teesta water-sharing deal in a month. Click here to read details.
Second ship from Russia anchors at Mongla Port in a week
A Russian ship carrying machinery for the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) has arrived at Mongla port. Click here to read details.
Food prices drop again after Ukraine grain pact
World food prices fell sharply in July, partly thanks to a deal between Ukraine and Russia lifting a sea blockade that had stopped Ukrainian grain shipments, a UN agency said on Friday. Click here to read details.
Tamim becomes first Bangladesh batsman to reach 8,000 ODI runs
Tamim Iqbal has become the first Bangladesh batter to reach 8,000 runs in ODIs and overall the ninth opener to reach the landmark. Click here to read details.