NZ premier Ardern says mosque gunman will face ‘full force of law’

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, vowing never to utter the name of the Australian gunman charged with the terror attack that killed 50 people, promised grieving New Zealanders

New Zealanders give up guns after massacre, but some face blowback

New Zealanders have begun handing in weapons in response to government appeals following the Christchurch massacre, but the gesture has put some squarely in the social media

Turkey probing Utrecht attack: Erdogan

Turkish intelligence services are investigating the gun attack in the Netherlands to determine whether it was a terror attack or a possible family dispute, President Recep

Govt working on removing harassments of hajj pilgrims: Abdullah

State Minister for Religious Affairs Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah today said the government is working sincerely for removing harassments of hajj pilgrims.

Dhaka rejects US HR report over Bangladesh

Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen today said Dhaka has rejected the recent country reports on Human right practices by US State Department over Bangladesh and also sent a protest

Obaidul Quader’s bypass surgery tomorrow

Ailing Awami League (AL) General Secretary and Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader, who is undergoing treatment at Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore, will

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