Why infants may be more likely to die in America than Cuba

Claudia Fernandez, 29, is an accountant whose stomach bulges with her first child, a girl, who is due in April. Fernández lives in a cramped apartment on a potholed street and

Ten UN peacekeepers killed in attack in northern Mali

Ten UN peacekeepers from Chad were killed and at least 25 were wounded while repelling an attack by armed assailants near a village in northern Mali on Sunday, the West African

Arrest warrant issued for jailed Khaleda for ‘hurting religious sentiments’

A Dhaka court has issued an arrest warrant for Khaleda Zia, who is in jail for corruption, in a case that accuses the BNP chief of hurting religious sensibilities and attempting

Bangladesh’s remittance inflows surge with over $1 billion in 18 days in January

After a 15 percent year-on-year rise in remittance inflow in 2018, the positive trend of money sent by the Bangladesh expatriates working abroad has continued into the new year.

Arab economic summit in Beirut urges Syrian refugee return

Arab states at an economic summit in Beirut called on world powers on Sunday to step up efforts to enable Syrian refugees to return home.

Engage jail inmates in commercial productions, split profits: Hasina

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has ordered the home ministry to engage the inmates of the jails across Bangladesh in commercial production of goods.

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