Map. History of Bangladesh conflict

19 August 2018

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UN chief slams Bangladesh's recent killing of some 130 suspected drug dealers, saying extra-judicial killings cannot be justified in the fight against narcotics
"@ImranHSarker was arrested on charges of organising an illegal gathering. There are more charges against him. We are looking into the matter," says RAB spokesman Mufti Mahmud Khan.
Bangladesh's elite security force RAB arrested top activist @ImranHSarker from a protest against extrajudicial killings by the force in Dhaka today, reports local media
Bangladesh launched its first Bangabandhu-1, its communication satellite, named after their founding father, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman
3 month ago
[email protected]: T-30 minutes until launch of Bangladesh's first geostationary communications satellite. Launch webcast will go live ~20 minutes before liftoff
Falcon 9 Block 5 is vertical for today's launch from LC-39a carrying Bangabandhu-1, Bangladesh's first satellite.3 month ago
Falcon 9 Block 5 is vertical for today's launch from LC-39a carrying Bangabandhu-1, Bangladesh's first satellite.
3 month ago
[email protected]: Falcon 9 Block 5 static fire test complete ahead of next week's launch of Bangladesh's first geostationary communications satellite. Vehicle is healthy. Data review will take a few days—will confirm a target launch date once that review is complete.
Bangladesh open to out-of-court settlement over $81 million cyber heist
West Bengal: BSF seized gold biscuits worth Indian rupees 15.12 lakh from Nadia, while it was being smuggled into India from Bangladesh.
'Nothing but a farce': Bangladesh rejects Myanmar's claim it has repatriated Rohingya
Rohingya refugees will be allowed to return to Myanmar from Bangladesh 'as soon as possible', minister says, despite stalled repatriation process and UN warnings that safety of returnees could not be guaranteed
Bangladesh wants the refugees to go home as soon as possible and officials said this week they hope the minister's visit will speed up repatriation. Many of the Rohingya say, however, they are reluctant to go back to Buddhist-majority Myanmar, fearing persecution
Myanmar minister makes landmark visit to Rohingya camp
Myanmar lures Bangladesh Buddhists to take over Rohingya land: Officials
Police arrested four Bangladeshi nationals involved in human trafficking from Maharashtra's Bhiwandi
Police custody of all 5 accused Bangladeshi militants arrested by ATS Pune in connection with links to Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) has been extended till 5th April
Border Security Force (BSF) recovered 10,97,000 currency of Bangladeshi Taka, Indian rupees 8,55,660 in Indian currency, in West Bengal's Malda
UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Adam Dieng on his visit to Bangladesh to assess the situation of Rohingya refugees from Burma: "We must not fail the Rohingya population again. They have endured what no human beings should have to endure."
Nepal police official says at least 38 killed, 23 injured in Kathmandu plane crash; 10 people still unaccounted for
25 injured passengers have been rescued and sent to different hospitals for treatment. There were 37 males, 27 females and 2 child onboard the aircraft
Kathmandu airport spokesman: We are in the process of putting out the fire and rescuing the passengers of the Bangladeshi passenger plane that crashed
US-Bangla Airlines DHC-8-Q400 crashed at Kathmandu Airport, Nepal
A passenger plane crashed as it landed at Kathmandu airport. 17 of its 67 passengers were rescued
Bangladesh passenger aircraft 'became unstable' while descending, crashes at Nepal's Kathmandu airport - airport official
Bangladesh court grants bail to jailed opposition chief Khaleda Zia: lawyer
Bangladesh ex-PM awaits bail decision as party considers poll boycott
Bangladesh Islamic school burns students' mobile phones
Bangladeshi police detain three more men after attack on prominent writer
Bangladesh asks Myanmar to immediately pull back security forces and heavy weapons from border after troop build-up near Rohingya camp
Agartala: BSF personnel patrol India-Bangladesh border ahead of counting of votes for the Assembly elections in Meghalaya, Nagalandand Tripura tomorrow. CEO Tripura says "Right through the election process BSF were alertedandthey will continue the vigil on the border with Bangladesh"
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