New Zealand prays, falls silent, a week after mosque massacres

The Muslim call to prayer rang out across New Zealand on Friday followed by two minutes of nationwide silence to mark a week since a white supremacist gunned down 50 people at two

Anger, grief sweep Iraq is Mosul as ferry disaster toll hits 100

The capsizing of a Tigris river ferry packed with families celebrating Kurdish New Year in Mosul left at least 100 people dead, mostly women and children, the Iraqi interior

New Zealand PM receives death threats on social media

The New Zealand Police are investigating death threats sent to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on social media, local media reported on Friday. A Twitter post containing a photo of

3rd phase UZ polls: Campaigning to end tonight

The electioneering to 127 upazila parishads which will be held on March 24 will end tonight. The Election Commission (EC) has taken all necessary steps for holding the polls in

UN chief seeks cooperation to tackle water crisis

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged all to value water resources and ensure their inclusive management to protect and use this vital resource sustainably for the

Will take charge as DUCSU VP: Nur

Quota reformist leader Nurul Haq Nur, who won the Dhaka University Central Students Union (DUCSU) vice-president post in what he called an ‘unfair’ election, now says he will

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