Critics say the effort to update the list is aimed at eliminating minorities and Muslims.
‘We have no role in his release,’ a British High Commission official tells BenarNews.
Newsmen accuse Dhaka police of allowing student activists from ruling party to stage the attack.
Eights suspects are charged in Bangladesh’s deadliest terrorist incident.
"You can’t say that we haven’t given them a chance for a fair trial,” a police commander says.
National Board of Revenue estimates losses totalled U.S. $355,000.
ARSA insurgents were involved in some of the brutal killings, refugees allege.
University students are protesting for a fair shot at employment in the civil service.
Lord Alexander Carlile said he planned to hold press conference about opposition leader’s conviction.
Badal Farazi was convicted of a May 2008 murder in Delhi despite evidence he was not in the country.
Secretary General Antonio Guterres and World Bank chief Jim Yong Kim visit refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Hasnat Karim has been in custody since Aug. 2, 2016, but officials have yet to charge him.
Authorities describe Abdur Rahman as regional commander of terror group JMB.
Bilateral maritime event in Bay of Bengal aims to curb smuggling, piracy and militant activities, officials say.
Process using biometric data could take five to six months, UNHCR says.
Moves are aimed to help reduce nation’s high fatality rate in road crashes.
Militant group first achieved notoriety in August 2005 when its members set off almost 600 bombs across Bangladesh.
Four militants, police officer and a civilian die in latest spike of violence in disputed region, authorities said.
Governor’s rule is imposed after nationalist BJP withdrew from state coalition over concerns about violence.
U.N. and World Bank chiefs will visit refugee camps on July 1, foreign ministry official says.
News portal bdnews24.com was reopened after removal of “objectionable comments,” regulatory agency chief says
Government denies jailed opposition chief’s request to be treated at a private hospital.
Civilian deaths and abuses took place on both sides of disputed Himalayan region, U.N. human rights chief says.
Much-maligned public transport drivers work long hours for low pay and without contracts.
The refugees will be sent back to their former places of residence in Rakhine state after verification.
State department seeks transparent probe into “credible reports of extrajudicial killings.”
Up to 200,000 refugees could be at risk of landslides and floods, UNHCR warns.
In a 2015 interview, Shahzahan Bachchu said he had received death threats from militants.
Government plans to send her to a public hospital, against wishes of her supporters.
Protest leader Imran Sarkar describes what transpired during police interrogation.