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Update : 18 Sep 2022, 10:21 AM

Ukraine searches for its dead at Russian occupation burial site

Dressed in white protective suits and wearing rubber gloves, Ukrainian emergency workers on Saturday dug up more bodies from a wooded burial site in territory recently recaptured from Russian forces, while townspeople looked for dead relatives.

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Police and experts work at a place of mass burial during an exhumation, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine on September 17, 2022 Reuters

Mortar shelling: Rohingyas not safe at no-man’s land

Rohingyas who took shelter at the Tambru no-man’s land near Gumdhum on the Myanmar-Bangladesh border are finding that they are no safer there than in Myanmar proper.

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BNP leader Tabith Awal injured in attack in Banani

BNP leader Tabith Awal was attacked by a group of unidentified youths while returning from a party program in the Banani area of Dhaka on Saturday. 

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BNP leader Tabith Awal receiving treatment at United Hospital Bangla Tribune

Dortmund go top as Bayern stunned away at Augsburg

A "fantasy" goal from teenage substitute Youssoufa Moukoko fired Borussia Dortmund top of the Bundesliga Saturday with a 1-0 derby win over Schalke, as Bayern Munich suffered their first defeat of the season at Augsburg.

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BNP urges global community to act against Myanmar's insolent activities

Voicing deep concern over the firing of mortar shells by the Myanmar Army inside Bangladesh, BNP on Saturday urged the UN and the international community to take steps to stop such insolent activities and violation of international law.

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File photo: The mortar shells reportedly hurled by Myanmar’s Border Guard Police (BGP) on Sunday, August 28, 2022 Dhaka Tribune

PM Hasina: Bangladesh is exercising restraint over Myanmar border tension

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said that Bangladesh gave shelter to the Rohingya community, who had fled Myanmar due to persecution by its military in 2017 and has been showing restraint during the latest spell of tension along the border.

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