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Heat wave claims 54 lives in Canada
AFP, Montreal
The number of deaths in a week-long eastern Canadian heat wave has reached 54, officials said on Friday. Most of the victims linked to the "overwhelming heat" were in the Montreal area, which recorded 28 fatalities, metropolitan health authorities told AFP in an email.
The other victims were reported in the southwest of the French-Canadian province, the Quebec health ministry said.

Cambodia kicks off poll campaign
AFP, Phnom Penh
Cambodian political parties on Saturday kicked off a three-week-long campaign for a controversial general election later this month, which strongman Hun Sen is poised to sweep after the main opposition were disbanded and their senior members driven into self-exile.
Hun Sen - who has ruled Cambodia for 33 years - told a sea of supporters dressed in matching T-shirts adorned with the logo of his ruling party, that his government would ensure peace, economic growth and raise salaries for the key garment worker sector every year.

Teenager gang raped in Indian school
Xinhua, New Delhi
A teenage girl in India's eastern state of Bihar complained she was raped by students and teachers including principal for over seven months at her school, police said Saturday. The 13-year-old in her police complaint said she was blackmailed and gang-raped by the accused for the past seven months.
"The girl in her complaint has mentioned that she was raped for seven months by 18 people, which include 15 students, two teachers and her school principal," a police official said.

Roadside bomb kills Afghan
district governor
Xinhua, Firoz Koah
A district governor was killed after his vehicle ran over a mine in Afghanistan's western Ghor province Saturday, provincial police spokesman Mohammad Iqbal Nizami said.
"A mine planted by militants on a road in Charsada district struck the vehicle of district governor Mohammad Ibrahim today morning killing him on the spot," Nizami told Xinhua from provincial capital Firoz Koah.

Iran executes 8 over deadly IS attacks in Tehran
AFP, Tehran
Iran has executed eight people convicted over two deadly attacks claimed by the Islamic State group in Tehran last year, the judiciary's news agency said Saturday. The Iranian men were convicted of collaborating directly with the IS jihadists who carried out the attacks on June 7, 2017, Mizan Online reported. "They supported them financially and procured arms, while being informed of the aims and the intentions of the terrorist group," the agency said.

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Piatek scores again as AC Milan beat Empoli 3-0 in Serie A


AP, Milan :When it comes to scoring in Serie A, only Cristiano Ronaldo is more prolific than Krzysztof Piatek.But only just.Netting in AC Milan's 3-0 win over relegation-threatened Empoli on Friday, Piatek moved to 18 league goals this season - only one behind Ronaldo in his first campaign at Juventus.The ...

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Mushfiqur under injury cloud for New Zealand Tests


Already stuttered by injuries to Shakib Al Hasan and Taskin Ahmed, Bangladesh are now sweating over Mushfiqur Rahim's fitness ahead of the three-Test series against New Zealand. Mushfiqur's rib injury resurfaced during the second ODI, making him doubtful for the third ODI, in which he went on to feature despite ...

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Come forward to build prosperous BD: CJ


Chief Justice (CJ) of Bangladesh Syed Mahmud Hossain called upon Rotarians to come forward to implement welfare programmes to build a happy and prosperous Bangladesh.He said it at the national conference of Rotary International District 3281 at the BICC auditorium of Dhaka on Friday morning. Representative of Rotary International President ...

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Old Dhaka needs new urbanization plan


CHEMICAL warehouses in residential buildings, power cables and transformers dangerously set very close to houses and vulnerable gas supply lines — all are set to turn the overcrowded Old Dhaka into hell at any time. Casualties and losses might be multiplied in any fire incidence or earthquake due to narrow ...

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Venezuela`s Guaido defies travel ban as aid row turns deadly


AFP, Cucuta :Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaido claimed the military helped him defy a travel ban by the government of President Nicolas Maduro as he joined thousands over the Colombian border on Friday for a charity concert to push for humanitarian aid deliveries.Maduro is trying to prevent food and medicines, ...

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Runa Laila composes song


Entertainment Desk :Melody queen Runa Laila has not lent her voice to a new song for a long time. She has been active on stage both at home and abroad. After the long hiatus, the legendary singer of the Indian Subcontinent is now back with a new song, which will ...

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IGP Zabed Patwari and RAB DG Benazir Ahmed placing floral wreaths at the altar of the Central Shaheed Minar in the city on Thursday on the occasion of Amar Ekushey.


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Ensure relocation of chemical godowns


THE death toll from the fire in Chawkbazar area of Old Dhaka has now risen to 80. Scores were injured in the fire that originated around 10:40pm on Wednesday on the ground floor of the five-storey building named Hazi Wahed Mansion. The flames then quickly spread to three other buildings ...

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200 US troops to remain in Syria after pullout: White House


PTI, Washington :The US military will keep around 200 troops in Syria after President Donald Trump's pullout from the war-torn country, the White House said on Thursday."A small peace-keeping group of about 200 will remain in Syria for a period of time," White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said.The announcement comes ...

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Chelsea, Arsenal, Napoli, Inter advance in Europa League


AP, New York :Chelsea shook off their recent troubles and easily advanced in the Europa League with a 3-0 second leg victory over 10-man Malmo on Thursday, a result that takes some pressure off embattled coach Maurizio Sarri.After a scoreless first half, Olivier Giroud tapped in a cross from Willian ...

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Mehazabien gets appreciation from viewers


Sheikh Arif Bulbon :Last Pahela Falgun and Valentine’s Day popular  actress Mehazabien Chowdhury acted in several plays and telefilms those were telecasted in different satellite  and YouTube channels. Mehazabien acted BU Shuvo’s First Love, Mabrur Rashid Bannah’s Chhotto Pakhir Basha, Mahmudur Rahman Himi’s An Unexpected Story and Misunderstanding, Mizanur Rahman ...

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BD lose to NZ in third ODI


Sports Reporter :Despite Sabbir Rahman's century Bangladesh lost to New Zealand by 88 runs in the third and last One Day International (ODI) match at Dunedin in New Zealand on Wednesday. New Zealand clinched the ODI series 3-0.Sabbir hit a marvelous 102. His 110-ball innings was laced with 12 fours ...

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True spirit of Ekushey must be reflected everywhere


THE nation solemnly remembers the supreme sacrifice of the valiant souls who laid down their lives to establish the right of our mother tongue Bangla as the state language of Pakistan on this day in 1952. As the pioneering movement that led to our ultimate independence, Ekushey invokes the emotional ...

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Palestinian President rejects tax money from Israel


Reuters, Ramallah, West Bank :The Palestinian Authority (PA) will no longer accept tax revenues collected on its behalf by Israel following its decision to trim the sum over the PA's financial support of militants' families, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said.The cash-strapped Palestinian Authority, an interim self-government body set up following ...

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President of Bangladesh Diploma Student Nurses Union Sadia Akhter speaking at a press conference in DRU auditorium on Wednesday demanding Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's intervention in resisting conspiracy to ruin nursing education.


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