Cholera breaks out in southwestern Burundi

At least 45 cholera cases have been reported in the health district of Rumonge in Rumonge Province, southwestern Burundi, near Lake Tanganyika, the Burundian health minister said

New Zealand eye victory as Wagner rocks Sri Lanka

New Zealand were eyeing an historic victory as injury and a barrage of Neil Wagner bouncers left Sri Lanka in tatters at the close of day four of the second Test in Christchurch

Commonwealth for fair, participatory polls in Bangladesh

Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has called on the government of Bangladesh and the Election Commission to provide a conducive environment for free, fair,

Cast votes without fear

Home Minster Asaduzzaman Khan encouraged the people on Saturday to exercise their franchise without fear.

110 BAF peacekeepers leave Dhaka for Mali

The Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) is set to replace its contingent at the UN Peacekeeping Mission in the Republic of Mali.

Dhaka almost empty ahead of voting

The streets in the capital which usually bustle with people even on the weekends took almost an empty look on Saturday as thousands of people left the capital ahead of Sunday's

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