Myanmar authorities have intentionally sought to destroy the Muslim minority group, U.S. Holocaust Museum reports.
United States, International NGOs willing to send in teams, official says.
Khaleda Zia, Bangladesh’s three-time ex-PM, is sitting in jail as her political party prepares for national polls.
Witness Ripon Kumar Das was one of the first policemen to arrive on the scene.
Students, store owners express frustration over spike in clashes that made November the bloodiest month so far this year.
Man suspected of human trafficking arrested, official says, as authorities monitor sea routes.
“Nobody can hold us back,” Bangladesh’s longest-serving leader declares in seeking a record fourth term.
More than 3,000 candidates have turned in paperwork for 300 parliament seats as nomination period ends.
At least 32 people have killed themselves after they were excluded from the final list of the National Register of Citizens, rights group says.
Eight are indicted for conspiring in and aiding a militant siege at the Holey Artisan Bakery.
Political turmoil left 500 people dead in the last general election, think-tank says.
Hafizullah Mir’s killing occurred as residents cast their votes in village administration polls, authorities said.
Prominent photographer was incarcerated without charge for three and a half months.
Clones of popular news portals have appeared since last week.
Chanting “we won’t go back,” hundreds of refugees protested while none agreed to leave.
But when Alam will be released from jail is not clear.
But officials from both countries say they are still seeking willing participants for repatriation plan.
Supporters of the main opposition BNP and police were reported injured in a street clash.
Election Commission rules out possibility of another postponement of polling date.
A Bangladesh official says process of sending refugees to Myanmar should begin this week.
Deferment takes place a day after opposition alliance announced plan to field candidates.
Government has asked UNHCR to assess whether refugees are ready to be repatriated.
Announcement came after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government rejected set of opposition demands.
Government has yet to ask people slated for repatriation for their opinion, an official says.
Election Commission rejects opposition’s call to delay vote until February or March 2019.
About 300 returning Rohingya and Hindus will be processed each day at two reception centers in Rakhine state.
Police fired shotguns after being attacked while on patrol in Northwestern Bogra, officials say.
Akayed Ullah and three others were injured when he set off improvised explosive device.
The surprise installment of a prime minister with a pro-Beijing past worries some officials in Delhi.
China proved to be “the worst abuser of internet freedom” this year, Freedom House’s annual report says.