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Nepal bulldozers quake survivors' relief camp
Reuters, Kathmandu
Police in riot gear stood guard on Tuesday as Nepali civic officials used bulldozers to tear down a relief camp in the capital for victims of the 2015 earthquake, in a bid to force people to return to their home villages. The quake killed 9,000 people and destroyed nearly one million homes, monuments and other structures, but reconstruction has been slow and the government's attention has been diverted by a prolonged political crisis.
2 UN experts kidnapped in DR Congo
AFP, Kinshasa
Two foreign experts from the United Nations have been kidnapped in the violence-wracked central Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of Congo, UN and Congolese sources said Monday.. "What we can say for now is that two members of our Group of Experts are missing and MONUSCO is looking for them," UN spokesman Farhan Haq said, referring to the UN peacekeeping mission in the troubled central African country.
Pirates hijack freighter off Somalia's coast
AP, Mogadishu
Pirates have hijacked an oil tanker off the coast of Somalia, Somali officials and piracy experts said Tuesday, the first such seizure of a large commercial vessel on the crucial global trade route since 2012. The Aris 13 on Monday reported being approached by two skiffs, John Steed with the organization Oceans Beyond Piracy said. The ship was carrying fuel from Djibouti to Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, he said. Eight Sri Lankan crew members were aboard.
S Sudan rebels kidnap 8 local aid workers
Reuters, Juba
South Sudanese rebels have kidnapped eight locals working for a U.S. charity and are demanding aid deliveries as ransom, a military spokesman said on Monday, as food in the famine-hit nation looks increasingly likely to become a weapon of war.
The aid workers were taken from a village near Mayendit, about 420 miles (680 km) northeast of the capital of Juba, Brigadier General Lul Ruai Koang told Reuters.

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Threats to start war with North Korea `dangerous, short-sighted`: Hillary


Reuters, Seoul :  Former U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday that "cavalier" threats to start war on the Korean peninsula are "dangerous and short-sighted", urging the United States to get all parties to the negotiating table.Clinton also called on China to take a "more outfront role" in enforcing ...

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U-12 School Handball Tournament begins tomorrow


Sports Reporter :The Atom Gum Under-12 School Handball (Boys' & Girls') Tournament begins tomorrow at the Shaheed (Captain) M Mansur Ali National Handball Stadium.Bangladesh Handball Federation will organize the handball meet under auspices of Pran Confectionary Limited.In this regard, a press conference was held at the Dutch-Bangla Bank Auditorium in ...

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Diplomacy must work in Korean peninsula


THE Korean peninsula is closer to war again as a North Korean official reaffirmed on Monday Pyongyang's commitment to developing a long-range intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching "all the way to the East coast of the mainland US." He said his country is currently not interested in diplomacy with ...

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Only Sunny Leone could dare to wish Diwali in this unique manner


Sultry actress Sunny Leone who has millions of die-hard fans around the world has come up with a new video and that too in her own style. Sunny Leone has posted a new video in which she is wishing a Happy Diwali, especially to the boys. This video is, in ...

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Liberation Affairs Minister AKM Mozammel Haq speaking as Chief Guest at a discussion meeting organised by the BADC Sramik -Karmachari League on the occasion of its 56th founding anniversary of Bangladesh Agriculture Development Corporation (BADC) at its Conference Room yesterday.


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Slow down in poverty reduction needs special attention


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US official not ruling out eventual direct talks with N Korea


Reuters, Tokyo :The United States is not ruling out the eventual possibility of direct talks with North Korea, Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan said on Tuesday, hours after Pyongyang warned nuclear war might break out at any moment.Talks between the adversaries have long been urged by China in ...

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US 'not taking sides' between Iraqi forces, Kurds: Trump


Washington is "not taking sides" following clashes between Iraqi forces and the country's Kurds, US President Donald Trump said Monday, as tensions escalate following the autonomous Kurdish region's independence referendum.Speaking after Iraqi troops and tanks swept across the northern province capturing oil and military targets from the Kurds and seizing ...

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Deepika the new age Dream Girl: Hema Malini


Deepika Padukone recently made time to launch the biography that was being launched on Hema Malini at a suburban hotel. Hema Malini’s birthday was a big affair for the yesteryear actress as well as her fans, as it saw the unveiling of her biography. The Dream Girl of the golden ...

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Gauri Khan plays a hostto Aamir Khan at Gauri Khan Designs


Aamir Khan recently visited close friend Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri Khan’s store in the suburbs of Mumbai. The actor took out time from the promotions of his upcoming film Secret Superstar to visit the newly opened artistic store which provides imaginative and creative designs and decor. Gauri Khan has ...

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Newly appointed European Union Envoy to Dhaka Mrs. Rensje Teerink presents credentials to President Abdul Hamid at Bangabhaban on Tuesday.


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Rohingya crisis posing big threat to national economy


BANGLADESH economy is facing real challenge as the Rohingya crisis is deepening with the exodus of the homeless in thousands daily to demand more allocation of budgetary resources to give them shelter. It is causing destruction to local infrastructure, bringing enormous pressure on education and health care services and pushing ...

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Players of Toronto FC celebrate with the Supporters` Shield following their win over the Montreal Impact in MLS soccer game action in Toronto on Sunday.


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Vaani Kapoor scorching the screen with her hot moves


It was not long time back when Vaani Kapoor sizzled the screen with her sexy moves in Nashe Si Chad Gayi from Befikre. The song was a massive hit and it created lots of buzz because of the sizzling chemistry between Vaani and Ranveer Singh. Now Vaani is back with ...

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Neuro Spinal Society of Bangladesh brought out a mass awareness rally in the city on Monday marking World Spine Day.


 
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