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Animation 'Bystander' awarded at Bangladesh festival
Iranian short animation 'Bystander', directed by Sheida Kashi, won the Best Animation Award at the Global Youth Film Festival Rangpur (GYFFR) in Bangladesh which was held from September 27-29.
Bangladeshi August inflation drops to 5.48%
Bangladesh's overall inflation slightly eased in August at 5.48 percent compared to the previous month.
Over 110 student protesters wounded in clashes with police in Bangladesh
More than 100 people, mainly students, have been wounded in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka after police fired rubber bullets at thousands of student demonstrators protesting against the death of two fellow students mowed down by a speeding bus in the city.
UN chief: Rohingya face 'unimaginable' atrocities
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said he heard "unimaginable" accounts of atrocities during a visit Monday to vast camps in Bangladesh that are home to a million Rohingya refugees who fled violence in Myanmar.
ADB approves $500m loan to develop state-of-the-art power plant in Bangladesh
The Asian Development Bank's (ADB) Board of Directors has approved a $500 million loan to develop a state-of-the-art 800 megawatt (MW) power plant in Khulna, Bangladesh, along with associated connections to natural gas and power transmission facilities.
Landslide kills Rohingya child as monsoon hits refugee camps in Bangladesh
A landslide triggered by heavy rain has claimed the life of a three-year-old Rohingya boy in an overcrowded and squalid refugee camp in southeastern Bangladesh.
Bangladesh lawyers working to refer Myanmar to ICC on behalf of Rohingya
A group of lawyers working on behalf of hundreds of Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh is pushing for Myanmar’s military to be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for widespread violence against the Muslims.
Bangladesh kills 86, arrests 7,000 in anti-drug crackdown
Bangladesh police have killed at least 86 people and arrested about 7,000 since launching a crackdown on drug trafficking this month, officials say, raising fears from rights activists of a Philippines-style war on drugs.
Bangladesh signs deal with China to set up coal-based power plant
The state-run Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDB) and China Huadian Hongkong Company Limited (CHDHK) have signed an agreement to form a joint venture company to set up a coal-based power plant with a capacity of 1,320 megawatts, a senior BPDB official said on Monday.
Rohingya in Bangladesh vulnerable to incoming monsoon
Rohingya refugees are facing fresh turmoil as the monsoon season fast approaches in Bangladesh.
UN team in Bangladesh pledges to work to end Rohingya crisis
A UN Security Council team visiting Bangladesh promised Sunday to work hard to resolve a crisis involving hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who have fled to the country to escape military-led violence in Myanmar.
Students in Bangladesh protest for third day
Hundreds of university students across Bangladesh blockaded roads on Tuesday in a third day of protests against what they say are discriminatory quotas for government jobs.
Protests against government job quotas continue in Bangladesh
Students of universities and colleges across Bangladesh have protested “discriminatory” job quotas for the second day as reports say more than 100 were injured in clashes a day earlier.
Bangladesh anti-quota protest turns violent
Police forces in Bangladesh have used teargas and rubber bullets against students protesting job quotas.

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