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Some US lawmakers were unpersuaded by the Saudi account. "To say that I am skeptical of the new Saudi narrative about Mr. Khashoggi is an understatement," said Republican US Senator Lindsey Graham. Saudi Arabia said on Saturday that journalist Jamal Khashoggi had died in a fight inside its Istanbul consulate – Riyadh’s first acknowledgment of his death after two weeks of denials that it was involved in his disappearance. Saudi King Salman dismissed five officials over the incident, which has sparked an international outcry and thrown Western relations with the Middle


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Unveiling his party’s 18-point goal to ensure good governance in the country, Jatiya Party Chairman HM Ershad on Saturday urged the government to ensure a proper atmosphere for holding a free and fair election. Addressing the party’s grand rally at Suhrawardy Udyan, he also voiced his concern over holding the election, reports the UNB. The party’s 18-point goal includes forming provincial government, bringing a change to the election system, introduce a full and organised upazila system and an independent judiciary and others.


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The immediate reaction of Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda to the postponement of the Gazipur city elections was, “I do not know why the High Court has postponed the Gazipur polls.” The question now is whether such a comment by the CEC is a violation of Article 125 of the Bangladesh constitution. On the day that the election was postponed, that is 6 May, the CEC said in Khulna, “I learnt about the court order from the TV news. Let me learn more about it, and then I will comment.” His statement is not in keeping with the constitution. There is no


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Afghans began voting on Saturday in parliamentary elections overshadowed by chaotic organisation, allegations of corruption and violence that has forced a postponement of the vote in the strategic southern province of Kandahar. The United Nations, which has been supporting the process, has urged Afghans to "use this opportunity to exercise their constitutional right to vote" and called for the election to take place in a safe and secure environment.


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The government and the election commission have completed their clerical preparations for holding the 11th parliamentary polls but not taken concrete decision on politically sensitive issues of army deployment and use of electronic voting machine (EVM). On the political front, the ruling Bangladesh Awami League (AL) has not yet finalised its electoral allies while the opposition is still undergoing a process of making and remaking alliances to fight the ruling camp before and during the elections due later this year.


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Seamer Mohammad Abbas tore through the Australian batting order, claiming his second five-wicket haul of the match as Pakistan sealed a 373-run victory in the second and final Test in Abu Dhabi on Friday. Chasing a mammoth target of 538, Australia were reduced to 164-9 in their second innings to lose the match and the series after lunch on the fourth day. Usman Khawaja, whose gritty 141 had helped Australia draw the opening Test, did not bat in the second innings due to a knee injury.


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The Jatiya Oikya Front has deferred its first programme by a day on being denied permission to organise a rally in Sylhet. The newly formed anti-government alliance led by Gono Forum President Dr Kamal Hossain has now set Oct 24 as the new date for the event. Gono Forum General Secretary Mostafa Mohsin Montu made the announcement after a meeting of the coalition leaders on Friday. They will kick off the Oct 24 programmes by offering prayers at the shrines of Hazrat Shahjalal and Hazrat Shah Paran in the northeastern district, according to the new schedule.


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A commuter train travelling at high speed ran through a crowd of people on the rail tracks in northern India killing at least 59 people on Friday, state officials said, making it India's worst rail disaster this year. Video footage from the scene showed hundreds had gathered to watch the burning of an effigy as part of the Dussehra festival celebrations, when a commuter train ran through the crowd.


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Saudi Arabia said on Friday that journalist Jamal Khashoggi died in a fight inside its Istanbul consulate and said it had fired two senior officials over the incident, giving an account that US President Donald Trump said was credible. Saudi Arabia's acknowledgement that Khashoggi died came after two weeks of denials and growing demands from Western allies for an explanation over Khashoggi's disappearance, which galvanised a global outcry and prompted some US lawmakers to call for harsh action against Riyadh.


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Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina left here for home on Friday wrapping up her four-day visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the invitation of Saudi King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. A VVIP flight of Biman Bangladesh Airlines carrying the Prime Minister and her entourage departed from King Abdulaziz International Airport at 4:15pm (local time).


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A Western boycott of a major business conference in Riyadh next week suggests rising political risks in Saudi Arabia could harm its ambitions to attract foreign capital and diversify its economy away from oil. Rather than whipping up interest in Saudi investment opportunities, the event risks becoming a public relations debacle because of the disappearance of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi, company executives and analysts say. Turkish officials have said Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Saudi Arabia denies this. More than two dozen top


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A splinter of Bikalpadhara Bangladesh has formed a new committee, leaving out AQM Badruddoza Chowdhury, Abdul Mannan and Mahi B Chowdhury. Advocate Shah Alam Badal, a leader of the new committee, made the announcement from a news conference at the National Press Club in Dhaka on Friday. Claiming that the new committee is the mainstream of Bikalpadhara, he announced a decision to join the Jatiya Oikya Front, an alliance led by Dr Kamal Hossain.


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The European Union was set to sign a trade deal with Singapore on Friday after talks with Asian leaders keen to push back against US protectionism, but efforts to encourage China to drop state subsidies ran into resistance from Beijing. The biennial Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) brings together leaders representing 65 percent of global economic output -- from the EU, Switzerland, Norway and 21 Asian countries, including Russia and China.


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China is economic growth cooled to its weakest pace since the global financial crisis in the third quarter, raising pressure on Beijing to step up policy support as a years-long campaign to tackle debt risks and the trade war with the United States began to bite. Chinese authorities are trying to navigate through numerous challenges, as the trade war fears have sparked a blistering selloff in domestic stock markets and a steep decline in the value of the yuan versus the dollar, heightening worries about the growth outlook.


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Saudi Arabia and especially its young crown prince – who has been variously portrayed as naïve, venal and blood-thirsty – appear to have vastly misjudged the reaction to the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, the journalist who opposed the new heir’s unchecked efforts to reshape the kingdom and the entire Middle East region with his own vision. The 33-year-old Mohammed bin Salman has gotten away with quite a lot since his elevation just 16 months ago to the role of heir-apparent to the throne. While praised as the reformist behind measures like allowing women to


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An escalating trade war between the United States and China has dampened manufacturers’ appetite for investment in equipment, causing growth in the industrial robot market to slow, the chief of the global robot industry group said. Many global manufacturers “are now in a wait-and-see mode, wondering whether to shift production (away from China) to, let’s say, Vietnam or the United States,” said Junji Tsuda, chief of the International Federation of Robotics or IFR, in an interview on Thursday.


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US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he did not want to abandon ally Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of a Saudi journalist and has asked for audio recordings Turkish sources say indicate he was killed by Saudi agents. Trump said he was waiting for a full report on what had happened to Jamal Khashoggi from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, whom he sent to Saudi Arabia and Turkey to meet with officials over the disappearance of the Saudi government critic. Trump and Pompeo are scheduled to meet at 10 am (1400 GMT) on Thursday.


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President Donald Trump and King Salman of Saudi Arabia join Arab leaders for a family photo in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 21, 2017. Trump said his administration has asked Turkish officials for an audio tape that they claim to have as evidence of the 2018 killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent Saudi journalist. Stephen Crowley. Saudi agents were waiting when Jamal Khashoggi walked into their country’s consulate in Istanbul two weeks ago. Khashoggi was dead within minutes, beheaded, dismembered, his fingers severed, and within two hours the killers were gone, according to


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The increasing trade deficit has hit a significant landmark at the beginning of the new fiscal year. The deficit exceeded $2 billion within the first two months of the fiscal year, which is 20 percent higher than in the same period last year. The import of equipment needed for big projects has caused the deficit in trade, said economic researcher Ahsan Mansur. The hike in global oil prices has also contributed to the trade deficit, he added.


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Bangladesh’s sustained economic growth lasting for a decade has earned plaudits from Thailand’s Minister for the Prime Minister’s Office Hirunya Suchinai. Suchinai was all praise when she inaugurated ‘Bangladesh Development Fair 2018’ in Bangkok on Wednesday. A large crowd including senior Thai government officials, diplomats, academicians, local Thai people, UN officials and expatriate Bangladeshis living in Thailand gathered at the fair to know Bangladesh’s development stories, the Bangladesh embassy in Bangkok said.


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The Schedule for the 11th parliamentary election would be announced in early November, the Election Commission secretary said. “The election schedule will be announced in the first week of November," Helal Uddin Ahmed told reporters after a meeting with a European Union delegation at the EC Secretariat on Thursday. Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) KM Nurul Huda was also present at the meeting. “We expect a participatory and competitive election. It is important to have an acceptable election,” EU delegation head Ambassador Rensje Teerink told reporters after the


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Israeli warplanes pounded the Gaza Strip on Wednesday after the first rocket fire from the Palestinian territory in weeks hit an Israeli city, in a blow to efforts to avert a new war. Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas disavowed the rocket fire saying they rejected "all irresponsible attempts" to undermine Egyptian efforts to broker a new long-term truce. But Israel, which holds Hamas responsible for all rocket fire from the territory regardless of who launches it, struck 20 targets in Gaza, killing one Palestinian, according to the Hamas-run health ministry.


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Anna Burns has become the first Northern Irish author to win the Man Booker prize, taking the £50,000 award for “Milkman”, her timely, Troubles-set novel about a young woman being sexually harassed by a powerful man. The experimental novel, Burns’ third, is narrated by an unnamed 18-year-old girl, known as “middle sister”, who is being pursued by a much older paramilitary figure, the milkman. It is “incredibly original”, according to the Booker’s chair of judges, the philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah, the Guardian reported.


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Antoine Griezmann hit a pair of second-half goals as world champions France came from behind to beat Germany 2-1 in the UEFA Nations League on Tuesday and cast further doubt on Joachim Loew’s future. Toni Kroos struck a 14th-minute penalty for Germany, but Griezmann engineered a rousing fightback in the first game between the nations at the Stade de France since the November 2015 friendly that was overshadowed by a series of terror attacks on the French capital.


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With less than two months and a half to go before the 11th parliamentary polls, the country's major political parties are still busy forming coalitions instead of fully focussing on campaign preparedness or finalising party candidates for the electoral contest. Each of the all major players, including left and right-leaning parties and groups, is trying to form a coalition or greater alliance breaking another as hardly any party is showing interest in competing the elections alone.


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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on Wednesday following talks with Saudi Arabia’s king and crown prince about the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. US President Donald Trump, who dispatched his top diplomat to address the crisis, has given Saudi Arabia the benefit of the doubt in Khashoggi’s disappearance, even as US lawmakers pointed the finger at the Saudi leadership, and Western pressure mounted on Riyadh to provide answers.


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The MGH Group has been presented with the ‘India’s Greatest Brands – 2017-18’ award. The ‘India’s Greatest Brands & Leaders’ awards are among India’s most prestigious in the business sector and are presented by Asia-based research and business magazine AsiaOne and PricewaterhouseCoopers, the second largest accounting firm in the world, according to a statement from MGH Group.


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Two female suspects have surrendered to law enforcers at the Nilufa Villa building in Narsingdi’s Madhabdi bringing the standoff to an end, according to police officers at the scene. The 41-hour operation came to an end on Wednesday without bloodshed. The two women, clad in black burkas, were escorted by law enforcers to a special ambulance around 2:45pm. They were also wearing helmets at the time.


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Eighteen people were killed and dozens injured at a college in the Black Sea region of Crimea on Wednesday when at least one attacker set off a bomb in the cafeteria and went through the building shooting at random, officials said. Law enforcement officials said they were treating the incident, in which many of the victims were teenage pupils, as a terrorist attack.


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Fourteen Iranian security forces, including members of the Revolutionary Guards, were kidnapped on the border with Pakistan on Tuesday, state news agency IRNA reported, citing an official who said the kidnappers were members of a terrorist group. Armed Sunni Muslim separatist groups in eastern Iran have stepped up attacks against security targets in recent months. "These 14 people were kidnapped around 4 or 5am in Lulakdan border area," IRNA quoted the unnamed official as saying.

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