Algerian jet carrying 116 crashes


An Algerian jet carrying a total of 116 passengers on board has crashed over Mali in West Africa. The Air Algerie flight AH5017was travelling from Burkina Faso in west Africa to Algiers when it vanished from radar.

UN warns of ‘dire situation’ with Gaza deaths topping 710


UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos has expressed extreme concern at the situation in Gaza, describing a ceasefire as "vital".

China plans railway to India borders by 2020


China plans to extend a railway line linking Tibet with the rest of the country to the borders of India, Nepal and Bhutan by 2020 once an extension to a key site in Tibetan Buddhism opens, a state-run newspaper reported on Thursday.

Hamas's fighting tactics 'extremely impressive'


I think what they have been doing in those tunnels is extremely impressive. It is very difficult for intelligence to detect them,” he said.

Bangladesh has improved one step in

Bangladesh has improved one step in Human Development Index (HDI) to rank 142 globally, up from 143, as per the Human De

5 women die in boat capsize in Mymensingh

At least five women have died in a boat capsize in a water body in Phulbaria upazila of Mymensingh.

HC upholds Lalbagh seven-murder verdict

The High Court has upheld the the lower court verdict that had imposed death penalty for two, life sentence for nine and

Ex-Israeli soldiers blame military

More than 50 ex-Israeli soldiers have blamed its military for repression against Palestinians, reports The Washington Po

Fakhrul: Movement will continue until ‘victory’

Fakrul said, “Party’s leaders and activists have united under the leadership of new committee of BNP’s Dhaka unit. Now w

RAB 11 ASP Shahriar giving testimony over N'ganj killing

RAB 11 ASP Shahriar has started giving testimony before the probe body formed by the public administration ministry over

Doctor invites Obama to spend night at Gaza hospital

A Norwegian doctor, who has been volunteering at a Gaza hospital, has invited US President Barack Obama to spend a night

2 women stamped to death in Manikganj

Two women were stamped to death when they were trying to collect zakat (islamic alms-giving) cloths at the Girl’s School

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Doctor invites Obama to spend night at Gaza hospital

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Govt. silent about plight of coastal people: Rights Groups

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Israel student union sets up “war room” to sell Gaza massacre on Facebook

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Qatar to by US arms worth $11bn

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Nothing can stop us: CHT Commission Co-Chair Sultana Kamal

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Jewish writer portraits the Israelis brutality 


BNP Chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia blamed the law enforcers and Awami League men for Bihari Camp violence. Do you agree with her?

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