Homelessness in Britain rises to one in 200

One in 200 people in Britain is now homeless, an increase of 4 percent in less than a year despite government pledges to tackle the problem, the charity Shelter said on

Activist who used humour to highlight war is gunned down in Syria

A prominent anti-government activist in Syria who used biting wit to draw international attention to his country’s plight was shot dead by unidentified gunmen in his hometown

BNP claims officials held ‘secret meetings’ to plan election engineering

The BNP has reiterated its demand to withdraw several officials from the police and administration from the electoral process after alleging they were involved in a ‘secret

French police fire tear gas at fuel price protesters

Police fired tear gas and used water cannon to disperse protesters in Paris who are angry over rising fuel costs and President Emmanuel Macron is economic policies, the second

Hasina listens to youth aspirations about nation, speaks to them about future plans

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has interacted with a diverse group of youths and listened to their dreams, hopes and aspirations for a prosperous Bangladesh free from corruption,

Ruling coalition dismisses Oikya Front allegations, files complaints about BNP at EC

The ruling 14-Party coalition led by the Awami League has complained about their rivals a day after the BNP and its Jatiya Oikya Front alliance lodged similar complaints at the

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