28 Haitians dead after ship sinks off Bahamas

At least 28 Haitians have drowned off the coast of Abaco in the Bahamas, officials said Sunday, the latest tragedy at sea for migrants seeking to leave the Caribbean is poorest

Karen rebels mark 70th anniversary of struggle

Thousands of people sporting traditional ethnic costumes and Karen rebel fighters showing off their guns marched, sang and danced last week to celebrate 70 years since the start

Maduro rejects European ultimatum on elections

Venezuela is president Nicolas Maduro rejected Sunday an ultimatum by European countries to call snap elections after opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself the Latin

ACC forms panel to probe Jahalam case

The Anti-Corruption Commission on Monday formed an investigation committee to look into the entire episode of Jaha Alam case who had been in jail for the last three years instead

Cancer threat continues to linger

Being diagnosed with cancer is one of the worst nightmares in anyone’s life. The deadly disease is the leading cause of deaths worldwide, accounting for 9.6 million deaths in

‘Debi’ available on Bioscope from February 14

‘Debi’, the biggest blockbuster of the last year, is now set to be exclusively available on Grameenphone’s online streaming platform Bioscope from this February 14. To make

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