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One week after taking power, the new government of the Maldives says it has no idea how much it owes China, which has led a construction spree in the tiny Indian Ocean nation, but fears the debts run up in the past five years could be unsustainable.


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One in 200 people in Britain is now homeless, an increase of 4 percent in less than a year despite government pledges to tackle the problem, the charity Shelter said on Thursday. A Shelter report blamed the rise on high rents, cuts to welfare payments and a dearth of affordable housing and said the biggest increases were in major cities including London and Birmingham.


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A prominent anti-government activist in Syria who used biting wit to draw international attention to his country’s plight was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in his hometown Friday, his friends said. The activist, Raed Fares, used videos, skits and protest placards that referenced American culture and often went viral on social media to criticise the Syrian military, jihadis and Western leaders he felt had failed to stop the violence that tore his country apart.


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The BNP has reiterated its demand to withdraw several officials from the police and administration from the electoral process after alleging they were involved in a ‘secret meeting’ on election engineering. BNP Senior Joint-Secretary Ruhul Kabir Rizvi pressed the demand in a press briefing on Saturday. “Some controversial and partisan officers in the police and administration have been plotting to help the Awami League to remain in power. They are having secret meetings regularly,” he said.


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Police fired tear gas and used water cannon to disperse protesters in Paris who are angry over rising fuel costs and President Emmanuel Macron is economic policies, the second weekend of "yellow vest" protests that have caused disruption across France.


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has interacted with a diverse group of youths and listened to their dreams, hopes and aspirations for a prosperous Bangladesh free from corruption, gender inequality and other menaces. Hasina joined the “Let’s Talk” programme organised by the Awami League is research wing, the Centre for Research and Information or CRI, in Dhaka on Friday


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The ruling 14-Party coalition led by the Awami League has complained about their rivals a day after the BNP and its Jatiya Oikya Front alliance lodged similar complaints at the Election Commission. The Oikya Front letter to the EC on Thursday contained 13 complaints, including the detention of leaders and activists, recruitment of polling officers with political leanings and closed-door meetings between the EC secretary and the prime minister’s principal secretary.


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As polarisation has peaked ahead of the election centring the two main camps led by the Awami League and the BNP, electoral logos of both have drawn an equal number of registered political parties. Eleven parties want to fight the polls with the Awami League’s boat symbol while as many have sought the BNP’s paddy sheaf.


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Jatiya Oikya Front on Thursday demanded the withdrawal of more 92 higher public and police officials from election duty before the upcoming 11th parliamentary polls, reports UNB. The opposition alliance made the demand by submitting a list of the officials to Election Commission (EC) secretary at Nirbachan Bhaban in the afternoon.


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This illustration made available by NASA in 2018 shows the InSight lander drilling into the surface of Mars. InSight, short for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport, is scheduled to arrive at the planet on Monday, 26 November 2018.Mars is about to get its first US visitor in years: a three-legged, one-armed geologist to dig deep and listen for quakes.


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It may not change how you buy bananas, but scientists have voted to redefine the value of a kilogram, in what they called a landmark decision that will boost the accuracy of scientific measurements. Since 1889, a kilogram has been defined by a shiny lump of platinum-iridium kept in a special glass case and known as the International Prototype of the Kilogram. It is housed at the headquarters of the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (whose French acronym is BIPM), just outside Paris.


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Fast fashion brands might need to stop sourcing from Bangladesh. Watchdog group that has been working to improve Bangladesh garment factories could close as soon as next week, according to FashionUnited. The UK-based fashion news site adds that after the tragic Rana Plaza disaster in 2013 in which over 1,100 garment workers were killed, a five-year accord was put in place to improve working conditions in Bangladesh’s factories.


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Bangladesh cricketer Nayeem Hasan acknowledges the crowd after getting wickets during the second day of the first Test cricket match between Bangladesh and West Indies at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong on November 23, 2018. Spinner Nayeem Hasan became the youngest bowler to bag five wickets on Test debut on Friday, but his achievement was slightly overshadowed by five batsmen getting out in 15 overs near the end of the second day of the first Test against West Indies.


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Four people were killed on Friday when gunmen armed with hand grenades and a suicide vest stormed the Chinese consulate in the Pakistani city of Karachi, officials said, with the attack claimed by a separatist group which branded Beijing "an oppressor". Pakistani authorities said that security forces had secured the area after the attack, the latest assault on Chinese nationals in the country, where Beijing has poured billions of dollars into one of the largest projects in its massive Belt and Road programme.


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Claiming that their party is much ahead of BNP on all counts, Awami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Friday said the ruling party will register a massive win in the forthcoming general election.


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The Awami League-led 14-party alliance on Friday urged the election commission not to make any reshuffle in the civil and police administrations without any specific allegation, “It’s the absolute jurisdiction of the election commission. But we urged the commission not to make any reshuffle as per BNP’s will without any specific allegation,” said Samyabadi Dal general secretary Dilip Barua. He was talking to reporters after a 12-member delegation of the ruling alliance, led by him, held a meeting with the EC at the Nirbachan Bhaban in the afternoon.


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Public health officials in the United States and Canada on Tuesday warned against eating romaine lettuce while they investigate an outbreak of E coli that has sickened 50 people in the two countries, including 13 who were hospitalised.


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The Texas State Board of Education has revised its standards for social studies curriculums in public schools to say that the expansion of slavery played “the central role” in causing the American Civil War. The revised standards also retained Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller as potential subjects of study, after it was reported this year that those names might be removed. The changes, approved last week, were an attempt to streamline social studies curriculums in the state after some teachers said there was too much material to cover; they were not meant as a total


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Just before imposing new sanctions on Iran, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the country’s “cabinet is in disarray, and the Iranian people are raising their voices even louder against a corrupt and hypocritical regime.” While this is clearly true, it’s also true that sanctions alone are unlikely to topple the government or force democratic reforms. For that to happen, foreign governments and domestic opposition leaders must take another critical step – to finally acknowledge the importance of the country’s ethnic minorities and develop policies to address


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The head of Nokia’s (NOKIA.HE) mobile networks arm, its largest business unit, is leaving the Finnish company as part of changes designed to position the company for the 5G telecoms era, Nokia said on Thursday. Marc Rouanne, Nokia’s head of mobile networks will be replaced by Tommi Uitto, a Finn described by the company as an “expert in radio technologies”.


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A court has sent BNP Vice Chairman Giasuddin Quader Chowdhury to jail after rejecting his appeal for bail in a case that involves ‘assassination threats’ against the prime minister. Chattogram Senior Judicial Magistrate Jyonti Rani rejected the bail application on Thursday. Giasuddin sought bail in four cases and was granted bail in three, Bijon Kumar Barua of Chattogram District Court told bdnews24.com.


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The Awami League government is focusing more on economic diplomacy than the political one, said Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Hasina spoke during the inaugural ceremony of ‘Bangladesh Leather Footwear and Leather Goods International Sourcing Show 2018’ in the capital on Thursday. “Our diplomacy has gone from political to economic; now we’re focusing more on trade diplomacy.”


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Neymar could be an injury doubt for Paris Saint-Germain is Champions League clash with Liverpool next week after limping off during Brazil is 1-0 friendly win over Cameroon on Tuesday. The forward suffered an apparent groin problem and was replaced in the eighth minute, to boos from the crowd in the central English town of Milton Keynes.


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Stonemasons Ojor and Raju take their lunch break sitting on a pavement near the smart central Doha complex they have helped build as Qatar prepares to host the 2022 World Cup in exactly four years time. "I made a mistake coming here," says Ojor, 22, from Nepal. "I took so much money from the bank (to pay recruitment fees), I do not have anything in my hand."


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Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday said the Armed Forces of Bangladesh need to be elevated to such a standard that goes with an independent country. "We won’t engage in war with anyone. We don’t want war. But the Armed Forces will have to be elevated to such a standard that matches an independent country," she said while addressing a reception at Senakunja of Dhaka Cantonment marking the Armed Forces Day 2018.


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Facebook is donating 4.5 million pounds ($5.8 million) to train journalists in Britain to support communities that have lost local newspapers and reporters, in no little part due to ad revenue and readers switching online to the social media giant. The US company said on Monday it recognised the role it played in how people got their news today and it wanted to do more to support local publishers.


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India has lifted restrictions for Bangladeshis from visiting Sikkim and Ladakh. Its high commission in Dhaka has introduced an application form to give permit to those who want to visit those restricted places. “Yes we have lifted the restrictions,” a spokesperson for the high commission told bdnews24.com when asked about the application form posted on its website. Sikkim is a place in northeast India while Ladakh is a region of Jammu and Kashmir. Earlier, those were among the places where tourists were restricted.


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Police said on Tuesday they arrested three men who were allegedly preparing to attack a "mass gathering" in Melbourne, less than two weeks after a man was killed in Australia is second-largest city in what police said was an act of terrorism. Australian federal and state police, the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, and other agencies that form part of the Joint Counter Terrorism Team carried out the arrests on Tuesday morning.


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Police have arrested BNP leader Rafiqul Islam Mia hours after a court sentenced him to three years in jail for hiding wealth information. The member of the party’s policymaking body National Standing Committee was arrested from his home at Eskaton in Dhaka on Tuesday evening, police said.


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Photographer-activist Shahidul Alam has been released from jail over three months after his arrest on charges of spreading rumours during student protests for road safety. His release on Tuesday night was delayed by hours due to dissimilarity in his home addresses mentioned in the order and the prison papers, the authorities said. His family members, friends and well-wishers waited at the gates of Dhaka Central Jail at Keraniganj for hours from the morning, but the authorities initially said he was not getting released on the day.

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