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Theatre brings voices of partition to life 75 years later
The legacy of the British partition of India lives on 75 years later. A new play in London inspects the impact of that legacy through verbatim performances.
Large parts of Sylhet remain partially submerged from flooding
Water levels were receding in major rivers in Bangladesh's northeast regions, but the city of Sylhet, which was badly hit by the floods, remained partially submerged on Sunday
Bangladesh Muslims protest at India officials' comments
Thousands of people marched in the Bangladeshi capital on Friday to call on Muslim-majority countries to sever diplomatic relations with India.
At least 49 dead, hundreds injured in Bangladesh container depot fire
The cause of the fire at the depot, located near the country's main Chittagong seaport, 216 kilometres southeast of the capital Dhaka, could not be immediately determined.
‘They slap us to force us to work': Inside a fast fashion factory
New research reveals how cancelling orders and refusal to pay for work impacts vulnerable garment workers in Bangladesh.
Fire guts shelters in Rohingya camp in Bangladesh
Thousands of people were left homeless after a fire gutted parts of a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, destroying about 1,200 houses.
Police arrest Bangladesh ferry owner after at least 37 die in fire
Police in Bangladesh have arrested the owner of a ferry on which at least 37 people died in an onboard fire.
Ferry fire kills dozens in southern Bangladesh
An overcrowded night ferry caught fire in Bangladesh, killing at least 37 people, in the latest maritime tragedy to hit the impoverished low-lying nation
Ferry fire kills at least 37 in southern Bangladesh
There was no word on what caused the fire.
Protests continue demanding foreign treatment for ailing ex-PM in Bangladesh
Thousands of opposition protesters continue to stage demonstrations across Bangladesh, demanding that the government allows ailing former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia to fly abroad for medical treatment.
Rising sea level forces villagers to leave coastal areas
Bangladesh is particularly vulnerable to flooding and extreme weather. As cyclones and tidal surges hit its coastal regions, agriculture is being lost and people are being forced to abandon their lands.
Bangladesh schools reopen after 18-month Covid shutdown
Children in Bangladesh return to classrooms as schools reopen after 18 months, one of the world's longest coronavirus shutdowns.
#FreeBrittany: Printing error leaves man ‘stuck’ with 10,000 t-shirts
Though the error may seem amusing, it speaks to a larger problem with fast fashion and activism.
EU law on deathtrap factories can't be a box-ticking exercise | View
On April 24, 2013, the eight-story Rana Plaza building on the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, collapsed within 90 seconds, killing 1,134 people.
Fire at Rohingya camp in Bangladesh kills at least 15
At least 15 people have died and hundreds are injured and missing after a devastating fire destroyed thousands of shelters in a sprawling Rohingya refugee camp in southern Bangladesh, a UNHCR spokeswoman said.
Bangladesh's first transgender news anchor hired by TV station
Tashnuva Anan Shishir made her debut on International Women's Day
Fire razes hundreds of homes at Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh
Reports say fire services were delayed in arriving at the scene and took two hours to bring the blaze under control.
Bangladesh navy ships take 1,700 Rohingya to isolated island
The 1,700 refugees were selected because of their willingness to be moved to the island, which the Bangladeshi government said could accommodate 100,000 people.
Relocation of Rohingya refugees to remote Bangladesh island condemned
Bangladesh's government says it is moving the Rohingya because of overcrowding at existing refugee camps after a million fled violence in neighbouring Myanmar.
Protesters burn Macron effigy amid tensions over right to caricature
Thousands of protesters in Bangladesh vent their fury at French president Emmanuel Macron.