Suspects were identified as members of Neo-JMB, a group that supports the Islamic State.
Slaying by police of an ex-member of the PM’s body guard has grabbed headlines.
Tens of thousands of South and Southeast Asians work in Lebanon, including U.N. peacekeeping forces.
“Basic fundamental rights have been lost, the first being media freedom,” says Shahidul Alam.
Police say blast is not linked to terrorism; experts raise questions.
Islamic State has announced a new Bengali-speaking unit ahead of Muslim holy day, police letter says.
Statement questions the use of the Digital Security Act, and lack of access to information in Rohingya camps.
Suspect Ayesha Jannat Mohona also helped raise fund for the pro-Islamic State faction, officials say.
A British court has ruled that Shamima Begum can return to England to have a fair hearing.
Police close hospitals, arrest staff for allegedly issuing false coronavirus test results.
Dhaka named nine projects including many linked to One Belt, One Road, analysts say.
The statement comes as journalist Shafiqul Islam Kajol, others are locked up over social media posts.
A report on a secret court-martial reveals few details on the convictions in the Gu Dar Pyin village killings.
The Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia see no change in their status from 2019.
Save the Children interviewed 223 kids at camps in southeastern Bangladesh about the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus could remain for years, the country’s health director predicts.
Ansar Al Islam and other groups go online to spread their extremist doctrine, police say.
The nation saw 3,171 coronavirus infections, 45 deaths in one day.
The man illegally entered Rakhine state from a refugee camp in neighboring Bangladesh with his family.
Cases spike as the country records 2,911 new infections.
The country records more than 4,500 new infections over the last two days.
Thirty migrants, including 26 Bangladeshis, were shot dead in the town of Mizdah on May 27.
The storm killed dozens of people, with most of the fatalities reported in West Bengal.
The storm lost strength before making landfall around 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Nation has doubled the number of cyclone shelters to allow evacuees to maintain social distance, official says.
The infected person is a resident of the world largest refugee camp, officials said.
U.N. refugee and development agencies renew MoU on effort to convince Rohingya to return from Bangladesh refugee camps to Myanmar.
Bangladesh lifted some restrictions “for the sake of the poor, hapless and jobless people,” minister says.
After insisting for weeks it would take no more refugees, Bangladesh relents and rescues hundreds.
Meanwhile, 11 more people are cited under the Digital Security Act for allegedly criticizing the government, spreading “rumors.”