Family claims dual Saudi-US citizen detained and tortured

The family of a dual Saudi-U.S. citizen imprisoned in Saudi Arabia for more than a year are claiming that he has been subjected to routine torture and is on the verge of an

Women, children help desk opened in Cox’s Bazar Rohingya camp

Cox’s Bazar police and UN Women have launched a Women and Children Help Desk, the first of its kind in Rohingya camps, at Madhuchara Police Camp-1 in Cox’s Bazar district.

Jamal Khashoggi's body likely burned in large oven at Saudi home

The body of slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was likely burned in a large oven at the Saudi consulate general's residence in Istanbul, an Al Jazeera investigation

Peoples have confidence on Hasina’s leadership : Lawmakers

Lawmakers today said the people have full confidence on the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina as the country will be a developed one and also reach to its targeted

Saudi official’s murderer executed in Kashimpur jail

The prison authorities overnight hanged the convicted murderer of a Saudi official stationed in its Dhaka embassy five months after the apex Appellate Division cleared ways for

Up to 100 still feared trapped in Indonesia mine

Indonesian authorities warned Monday that up to 100 people could still be trapped and feared dead inside a collapsed illegal gold mine despite a painstaking rescue effort that