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ED: A cause for grave concern

ED: A cause for grave concern

Editorial

Sat, Oct 23 2021

If left unchecked, it could only be a matter of time before the Rohingya camps become a hub of criminal...

Man charged with UK lawmaker's murder,...

IS supporter charged with British MP...

World

Thu, Oct 21 2021

The killing, just five years after another lawmaker was murdered, shocked Britain's political...

British lawmaker stabbed to death in...

Police: British MP killing was terrorist...

Europe

Sat, Oct 16 2021

A 25-year-old British man of Somali heritage arrested, says Sky News

Bangladesh reiterates firm stance against...

Bangladesh reiterates firm stance against...

Bangladesh

Wed, Oct 6 2021

A culture of peace can be inculcated within societies to combat the menace of terrorism through education...

Fiery clash at UN as Pakistan, India...

Pakistan, India trade extremism charges...

South Asia

Sat, Sep 25 2021

Pakistan's Imran Khan accused Modi of a plan to "purge India of Muslims", while an Indian...

Rwandan court finds 'Hotel Rwanda' film...

'Hotel Rwanda' film hero guilty in terrorism...

Showtime

Mon, Sep 20 2021

Portrayed by actor Don Cheadle as the hero of the 2004 film "Hotel Rwanda", Rusesabagina emerged...

OP-ED: Bangladesh and Afghanistan: A...

Bangladesh-Afghanistan: A tale of contrasting...

Harsh V Pant , Sohini Bose

Sun, Sep 19 2021

With the Taliban in power in Kabul, the gap will now only widen

OP-ED: What justifies  a war?

OP-ED: What justifies a war?

Brig Gen Qazi Abidus Samad

Mon, Sep 13 2021

Nations have always built narratives around the wars they have waged

OP-ED: A 2001 diary

OP-ED: A 2001 diary

Julian Francis

Mon, Sep 13 2021

Remembering the exhausting days in the aftermath of 9/11. This is the first part of a two-part...

OP-ED: How did Osama bin Laden rise...

How did Osama bin Laden rise through...

Probir Kumar Sarker

Sun, Sep 12 2021

A brief history of the career of a terrorist

OP-ED: Al-Qaeda is defeated, but jihadism...

Al-Qaeda is defeated, but jihadism is...

The Conversation UK

Sun, Sep 12 2021

Twenty years after the 9/11 attack, the world isn’t much safer

UN chief: Afghan economic meltdown would...

UN chief: Afghan economic meltdown would...

South Asia

Sat, Sep 11 2021

Much of the Afghan central bank's $10 billion in assets have been frozen overseas since the Taliban...

BRICS issues terror warning without...

BRICS issues terror warning without...

South Asia

Fri, Sep 10 2021

The New Delhi declaration is the first statement from BRICS since the US withdrawal from

Nearly half of all captured ABT operatives...

Nearly half of all captured ABT operatives...

Bangladesh

Tue, Aug 31 2021

Many of them not appearing for hearings, may have gone into hiding and re-engaged in militant...

India begins direct communication with...

India begins direct communication with...

South Asia

Tue, Aug 31 2021

Discussions focused on safety, security and early return of Indian nationals stranded in Afghanistan,...

OP-ED: Putting a fox in charge of the...

OP-ED: Putting a fox in charge of the...

James M Dorsey

Sun, Aug 29 2021

With the Taliban back in power, will terrorist organizations be emboldened?

OP-ED: A friend in need

OP-ED: A friend in need

Umran Chowdhury

Tue, Aug 24 2021

The Bangladeshi people must stand by the people in Afghanistan

OP-ED: A tragedy in caricature

OP-ED: A tragedy in caricature

Sumit Basu

Tue, Aug 24 2021

Beneath the images and memes lay only sorrow for what Afghanistan is experiencing

President Hamid, PM Hasina pay tributes...

President, PM pay tributes to Aug 21...

Bangladesh

Fri, Aug 20 2021

At least 24 people were killed and around 300 injured in the attack on an Awami League rally in the capital’s...

Hong Kong students arrested for 'advocating...

Hong Kong students arrested for 'advocating...

East Asia

Wed, Aug 18 2021

A controversial student union statement following a lone wolf attack on a police officer last month sparked...

ED: We need to stand strong against...

ED: We need to stand strong against...

Editorial

Tue, Aug 17 2021

In a digital age, hateful and bigoted sentiments can spread faster than ever