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Everything that made the headlines today

Update : 20 Oct 2022, 09:26 PM

UK PM Truss resigns: What now? 

Liz Truss Said On Thursday She Was Resigning As British Prime Minister Just Six Weeks After She Was Appointed.

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Britain's Prime Minister Liz Truss delivers a speech to announce her resignation outside of 10 Downing Street in central London on October 20, 2022 AFP

CPD: Bangladesh has the highest price of beef in South Asia

The Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), found the price of beef, bread, flour and services like broadband internet is much higher in Bangladesh compared to the South Asian average.

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Momen: Myanmar junta will honour Rohingya repatriation deals

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen has said Myanmar's military government has conveyed that they will honour all the previous deals signed between Dhaka and Naypyitaw to commence Rohingya repatriation.

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Rohingyas walk on a road at a refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, on Wednesday, August 11, 2021 Allison Joyce/Dhaka Tribune

Quader: Govt is not creating any obstacle to BNP rallies

Awami League General Secretary and Obaidul Quader has said that neither the government nor the Awami League obstructed BNP's rally, rather provided administrative assistance, denying the accusation by a BNP leader. 

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File photo of Awami League General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader Focus Bangla

UAE beat Namibia to send Netherlands into Super 12

The United Arab Emirates won their first-ever game at a Twenty20 World Cup Thursday to upset Namibia by seven runs and send the Netherlands into the Super 12 stage of the tournament.

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UAE's Muhammad Waseem plays a shot against Namibia during their Twenty20 World Cup match in Geelong Thursday AFP

Minister: Killing mosquitos not health authorities’ job

Health Minister Zahid Maleque has said while the health authorities are making preparations for the treatment of dengue patients, killing Aedes mosquitoes, which causes the disease, is not their duty.

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File Photo: A city corporation employee spraying mosquito repellant using a fogging machine Mahmud Hossain Opu/Dhaka Tribune
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