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Bangladesh stops 30 Rohingya Muslims from leaving
Bangladeshi security forces have stopped 30 Rohingya refugees from heading to the more prosperous and Muslim-majority Malaysia, officials say.
Bangladesh summons Myanmar envoy over new influx of refugees
Bangladesh has summoned Myanmar’s ambassador to protest against a new influx of refugees fleeing clashes in the restive Rakhine state.
Bangladesh denies entry to 31 Rohingya Muslims fleeing India
Bangladesh has denied entry to dozens of Rohingya Muslims seeking to enter the country from neighboring India, leaving them stranded in the no man’s land on the border.
Bangladesh calls for expansion of ties with Iran
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in a meeting with the newly-appointed Iran's Ambassador to Dhaka Mohammadreza Nafar on Wednesday called for expansion of relations and cooperation between the two countries.
Hundreds sacked after Bangladesh garment strikes
Bangladesh factories making clothes for Western brands have sacked hundreds of workers after more than a week of strikes and clashes over wages, police and trade unions said Wednesday.
Garment workers clash with police in Bangladesh, disrupt industry
Thousands of garment industry workers in Bangladesh have rallied near the capital to protest low salaries, disrupting an industry crucial for much national revenue.
Bangladesh raises wages amid protests
Bangladesh raised wages for garment workers on Sunday following a week of demonstrations calling for higher salaries, the country’s commerce minister said.
Baton-wielding Bangladesh police fire tear gas to break up garment pay clashes
Baton-wielding Bangladeshi police fired tear gas to break up thousands of garment workers demonstrating for higher wages for a fifth day on Thursday, forcing dozens of factories to close
Rouhani congratulates Bangladesh on successful elections
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in a message on Wednesday congratulated the victory of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in the recent parliamentary elections in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh PM rejects complaints of rigging after landslide win
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday rejected opposition complaints of vote rigging and said people had gone to the polls enthusiastically in a largely peacefully general election that her ruling alliance swept with a landslide.
Deaths, vote-rigging claims hit Bangladesh election day
Rival party supporters fought battles that left at least 14 dead Sunday as Bangladesh held a parliamentary election expected to give the country's longest-serving leader Sheikh Hasina a new term despite opposition claims of rigged voting.
Bangladesh deploys 600,000 forces ahead of vote
Bangladesh stepped up security Saturday in a bid to contain violence during a general election expected to see Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina win a record fourth term.
2 killed in clashes between opposite camps in Bangladesh
Two people have been killed and dozens of others injured in clashes between the campaign workers of the two main political parties in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Embassy holds painting, handicrafts expo in Tehran
The Embassy of Bangladesh in Tehran organized and held an exhibition of paintings and handicrafts by artists from Bangladesh in the Iranian capital on Thursday and Friday amid festivity and enthusiasm.

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