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PM mourns China earthquake casualtiesPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina expressed profound shock and sorrow at the casualties in the deadliest earthquake in remote villages of northwest Chinas Gansu province.A magnitude-6.2 earthquake struck one of Chinas poorest regions just before midnight on Monday, killing at least 126 people, injuring hundreds and bringing down mud houses in remote villages that never stood ...
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OIC countries need to work unitedly for peace in Gaza: PMPrime Minister Sheikh Hasina said on Tuesday that the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member countries will have to work unitedly to establish peace in Gaza.She made the remarks when the Ambassador of Qatar to Bangladesh Seraya Ali MahdiSaeed Al-Qahtani paid a courtesy call to her at the official residence of Ganabhaban. During the meeting, ...
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FM off to Kuwait to convey BD condolences on Emirs deathForeign Minister AK Abdul Momen left Dhaka for Kuwait on Monday morning on a Kuwait Airways flight to convey condolences on behalf of the government and people of Bangladesh over the death of Emir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah.The foreign minister is scheduled to return to Dhaka on Tuesday.Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah died on ...
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BDs progress truly remarkable The US wants to work together closely with further engagements with Bangladesh to take the two countries long-standing economic and commercial ties to a new heights. Afreen Akhter, US deputy assistant secretary in the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs made the comments while speaking at a Victory Day reception hosted by the Bangladesh embassy ...
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Momen set to leave for Kuwait todayForeign Minister AK Abdul Momen is set to leave for Kuwait today (Monday) to convey messages of condolences over the death of Kuwaits Emir and to attend relevant events on behalf of Bangladesh and its people.The Kuwaits Amir Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Sabah, died on Saturday. He was 86. Meanwhile, the Kuwaiti cabinet on ...
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Prez, PM condole death of Emir of KuwaitPresident Mohammed Shahabuddin and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in separate messages expressed deep sorrow over the death of Emir of the State of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Saba and expressed heartfelt sympathies for the bereaved members of the royal family for the irreparable loss. In a condolence message sent to Sheikh Mishal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber ...
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BD no longer fears external forces, says former Indian Minister MJ AkbarIndias former State Minister for Foreign Affairs MJ Akbar said on Sunday that Bangladesh is not in a position to fear external forces any more. "It doesn work.""Bangladesh is no longer a fearful country. It is not right to think that Bangladesh will be afraid if you show fear," he said while replying to a ...
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Dont want to be dragged into their problem: Momen on US, Russia statements on BDForeign Minister AK Abdul Momen has refused to make any comment over Russians or US saying that "We don want to be dragged into any problem."He made this comment while a reporter referred to the Russias latest remarks, "If the results of the peoples will are not satisfactory to the United States, attempts to further ...
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Jaishankar  greets BD on Victory DayIndian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has greeted the government and the people of Bangladesh on Victory Day."Happy Victory Day, Bangladesh! We salute the courage and sacrifice of the Bangladeshi people in their quest for independence. May this day continue to inspire unity, peace, and prosperity," he said on his X handle, formerly known as ...
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Propaganda using AI tools against US, BD opposition parties worrying: USThe United States has urged all stakeholders in Bangladesh to "exercise restraint and avoid violence" ahead of the general election on January 7."We are deeply concerned by the reports of mass arrests of thousands of opposition members and reports of torture in prison. We urge all sides to exercise restraint and avoid violence. We urge ...
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