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Judge Hassan Faried, center front, sits in the court in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday Sept. 8, 2018. In a case involving 739 defendants, the Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced 75 people to death, including top leaders of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, for their involvement in a 2013 sit-in protest. Mahmoud Abu Zaid, a photojournalist also known as Shawkan whose case was embraced by rights groups, received five years imprisonment, meaning he will walk free for time served.


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Shoto Nagorik Jatiya Committee, a pro-BNP civil society platform, today called upon the government to provide medical treatment to imprisoned BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia at a specialised hospital according to her will immediately. “BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has become severely ill in the jail. We are hurt, angry and worried over her deteriorated health condition. The government should take step for her treatment immediately,” the citizens’ platform made the call in the statement this evening.


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Many eminent citizens gave speech at an awareness programme on traffic rules arranged by the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) on September 8, 2018. Noted road safety campaigner Ilias Kanchan yesterday proposed setting up token prisons on roads for briefly confining traffic law breakers, to bring discipline in the city traffic system. As part of his proposal, the activist asked the authorities to issue a circular, giving three months' time so that all institutions and organisations can train their staff and make them aware about traffic rules beforehand.


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina opens the 6th National Convention of the Krishibid Institution Bangladesh (KIB) in its auditorium at Farmgate on September 8, 2018. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said people were now getting the benefits of her government is development programmes as it was able to lower the inflation rate and maintain a sustainable GDP growth. “Bangladesh economy has made good progress... we have been able to lower the inflation rate, it is now 5.4 to 5.6 percent. The economy is strong as we are maintaining 7.78 percent GDP growth. Now the


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Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader today said his party will select candidates ahead of the upcoming general election based on their popularity. “The leaders whom people love will not be deprived. We will pick candidates by examining their popularity,” Quader said while addressing a rally at Natore Railway Station this afternoon. An Awami League delegation, led by Obaidul Quader, is on a train tour to carry out electioneering in northern districts today.


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Sir VS Naipaul, the celebrated British writer and winner of the 2001 Nobel Prize for Literature, died on August 11, 2018. Kaiser Haq takes a look at the life and works of a man who attracted praise and scorn in almost equal measure. VS Naipaul, to use his most common appellation, died at his London home on August 11, six days short of his 86th birthday. At once elaborate obituaries poured out, in print and online. I am told the world is great papers engage in the ghoulish practice of commissioning and filing anticipatory obits; come the fateful day they need no more than


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It seems to be the fashion these days to set up regional forums to enhance economic cooperation among countries and raise the standard of living of the common man. But the time has come to do some serious introspection and evaluate what these regional organisations have achieved. The fourth summit of Bimstec has recently concluded in Kathmandu (August 30-31). A lot has been written and said about this regional organisation. Without being sceptical one can ask some relevant questions. What exactly is this organisation supposed to do? Many have said that the organisation


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A new study says pink noise may be the key to separating out natural climate variability from climate change that is influenced by human activity. Not familiar with pink noise? It’s a random noise in which every octave contains the same amount of energy. Pink noise is found in systems ranging from earthquakes and electronics to biology and stellar luminosity. Compared to the more familiar white noise, pink noise has more low-frequency components.


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Experimental two-electrode setup showing the photoelectrochemical cell illuminated with simulated solar light. The quest to find new ways to harness solar power has taken a step forward after researchers successfully split water into hydrogen and oxygen by altering the photosynthetic machinery in plants. Photosynthesis is the process plants use to convert sunlight into energy. Oxygen is produced as by-product of photosynthesis when the water absorbed by plants is ‘split’.


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Thanahita distos gen. et sp. nov., virtual reconstructions (a,e–p) and specimen in the rock (b–d), OUMNH C.29699. (a,e,f,h,j,m) Whole specimen; dorsal, right lateral, frontal, ventral, anterior oblique, anterior ventral stereo pairs. (b) The specimen on the surface of the split nodule, before grinding. (c,d) The specimen shown on two individual ground surfaces between appendage 2 and 3 (slice 665) and at appendage 2 (slice 705), respectively, which are 0.8 mm apart. (g,i,k) Anterior part of specimen with external surface rendered transparent to show preserved


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Despite over a century of intense study, we still know very little about the people buried at Stonehenge or how they came to be there. Now, a new University of Oxford research collaboration, published in Nature Scientific Reports, suggests that a number of the people that were buried at the Wessex site had moved with and likely transported the bluestones used in the early stages of the monument’s construction, sourced from the Preseli Mountains of west Wales.


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MIT Media Lab researchers have developed a machine-learning model that takes computers a step closer to interpreting our emotions as naturally as humans do. The model better captures subtle facial expression variations to better gauge moods. By using extra training data, the model can also be adapted to an entirely new group of people, with the same efficacy.


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In these Trumpian times, the northeast of the South Asian subcontinent does not grab headlines. Nothing of significance usually happens there to warrant that. Particularly when the idiosyncrasies of the lead global personality, Mr Donald Trump himself, are so preponderantly dominating in that regard. Directly opposite geographically in the subcontinent is periphery strides the northwest frontiers across the region is terrain. The Great Game involving Russia and Afghanistan, the lore of Rudyard Kipling is life and lyrics, and the tales of the Taliban inspire both interest


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The theme for this year's International Literacy Day, “Literacy and Skills Development”, speaks of a pressing issue of our time, as the rate of job creation in the country struggles to keep pace with the number of people joining the workforce every year. According to data from 2017, the unemployment rate in Bangladesh stands at 4.2 percentage (26 lakh). Add to that the number of those underemployed.


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Bangladesh is progressing, and it has fulfilled the eligibility criteria to become a developing country for the first time this year. Yet, its capital city, Dhaka, continues to be ranked one of the least liveable cities in the world, including in 2018. Dhaka is Bangladesh is representative city to the world, like Sydney is for Australia. Therefore, now is the time to think about the real planning related issues for Dhaka and to implement corrective strategies that could address many of its problems.


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In a letter, Wuerl acknowledged the calls for “new leadership” but said he “also heard voices calling for the beginning of healing.” He’ is the pope is top cleric in Washington. But Cardinal Donald Wuerl has also become the face of the Roman Catholic Church’s renewed sexual abuse crisis in the fallout of the Pennsylvania grand jury report, with mounting calls from priests, Catholic university presidents and parishioners for his removal as Washington’s archbishop. At 77, Wuerl is one of the world’s most influential bishops. He is a close, trusted adviser of


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President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un hold a signing ceremony at the conclusion of their summit at the Capella Hotel on the resort island of Sentosa, Singapore on June 12, 2018. WASHINGTON — China has steadily loosened restrictions on trade with North Korea in recent months, undercutting President Donald Trump is effort to exert economic pressure on Kim Jong Un is regime, former U.S. officials and independent experts told NBC News.


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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned that dropping bombs and missiles on Syria is last rebel-held province of Idlib could cause a "massacre," in remarks published Wednesday, reports AFP. "God forbid, a serious massacre could take place if there is a rain of missiles there," Erdogan told journalists on his plane after an official visit to the Central Asian state of Kyrgyzstan, Hurriyet daily reported. His comments come as Syrian troops mass near the northwestern region of Idlib for a major assault that is raising fears of a humanitarian catastrophe on a scale not


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Chung Eui-yong, front left, head of the presidential National Security Office, Suh Hoon, front right, the chief of the South’s National Intelligence Service, and other delegators walk to board an aircraft as they leave for Pyongyang, North Korea, at a military airport in Seongnam, south of Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. The high-level South Korean delegation left for North Korea to discuss arrangements for an inter-Korean summit there this month, as relations grow cooler between Washington and Pyongyang.


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South Korean National Security Advisor Chung Eui-yong, center left, National Intelligence Service Director Suh Hoon, center right, and other delegates return from North Korea at Seoul Airport in Seongnam, South Korea, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. A South Korean delegation met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Wednesday during a visit to arrange an inter-Korean summit planned for this month and help rescue faltering nuclear diplomacy between Washington and Pyongyang.


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UNITED NATIONS – Tales of unbearable torture and deaths of anti-government protesters at the hands of the Nicaraguan security forces and paramilitaries were heard at the United Nations Security Council. The meeting early Wednesday was called by U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley, in spite of protests from several countries — including usual foes Russia, China and Bolivia who claimed it was not part of the council’s business. She brought the dire human rights situation in Nicaragua up for discussion at the Security Council.


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Prime minister asks officials, flags off Biman is new Dreamliner. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina looks at a scale model of Biman is new Boeing 787 Dreamliner at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport yesterday. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday asked the employees of Biman Bangladesh Airlines to work with maximum integrity to brighten the image of the airlines as well as the country. "I want every single person in Biman to work with utmost sincerity so that it [Biman] does not earn a bad name," she said.


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SUST researchers say they ve developed a blood test that can spot the disease for only Tk 500. Researchers at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology have found a low-cost method for early detection of cancer. All they would need is blood samples and a device they have designed for detecting cancer. The device would subject blood samples to intense laser beams and analyse results to detect cancer. The test would take five minutes and cost just Tk 500. The team behind the breakthrough is also making a prototype of the device and expects it to be ready next year.


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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday said democracy was established on a strong base in the country as her government ensured people is voting rights. “We ve ensured it [the environment] so that the people of Bangladesh can exercise their franchise freely,” she said. The PM was addressing the oath-taking ceremony of the newly elected mayors and councillors of Rajshahi and Sylhet city corporations at her office.


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♦ Khaleda taken to courtroom inside jail in a wheelchair ♦ None of her counsels present in 30-min proceedings ♦ She says she is sick, "cannot come here [court] every day" BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia yesterday expressed a lack of confidence in the special court trying the Zia Charitable Trust graft case against her after she was produced before it inside the old Dhaka central jail. “There is no justice here. Punish me as much as you want, punish me for as long as you want,” Khaleda told the makeshift court inside the jail where she has been serving time in


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The government has moved to set up a special court for the trial of former prime minister Khaleda Zia inside the Old Dhaka jailhouse in the Zia Charitable Trust graft case. The government publicised the decision on the new arrangements on Tuesday, citing security reasons. Khaleda is kept as the lone inmate in a room on the first floor of the prison on the Nazimuddin Road while the court will be set up on the ground floor, officials said. The BNP chief has been in prison after being sentenced to five years in jail in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case on Feb 8.


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WASHINGTON — In any presidential campaign the job of a running mate is typically to play attack dog. But in the fall of 2008, it seemed that nearly every Joe Biden attack on the Republican ticket required a preamble of praise for his longtime Senate colleague, John McCain. “The personal courage and heroism demonstrated by John still amazes me. But I profoundly disagree with the direction John wants to take this country,” Biden said as he accepted the nomination to be vice president at the Democratic convention in Denver.


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From crime to finance, there are plenty of gaps waiting to be filled. Has the world hit “peak social media”? The past couple of days have seen both Facebook and Twitter losing some 20 per cent of their value. Because Facebook is so huge, the decline in its market capitalisation on 26 July of $120bn was the largest that has ever occurred. There was not, however, a corresponding fall in high-tech shares generally. Apple will report earnings next week, and Microsoft did a few days ago.


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PwC’s forecasts are for global growth to hit 3.7 per cent in purchasing power parity terms next year, the most rapid expansion, by this metric, since 2011. Global economic growth will pick up to its fastest rate in seven years in 2018, while the UK’s economy slumps to its weakest expansion since the last recession, according to the latest forecast from PwC. The accountancy and professional services firm’s forecasts are for global growth to hit 3.7 per cent in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms next year, the most rapid expansion, by this metric, since 2011.


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The Trump administration says Islamabad is granting safe haven to insurgents who are waging a 17-year-old war in neighboring Afghanistan, a charge Pakistan denies. The US military said it has made a final decision to cancel $300 million in aid to Pakistan that had been suspended over Islamabads perceived failure to take decisive action against militants, in a new blow to deteriorating ties.

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