Thousands of Rohingya refugees staying in camps in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar gathered on Sunday for a "genocide day special prayers" rally.
A fire ripped through a slum area of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka leaving thousands of people homeless
Bangladesh: More than 275,000 people affected by flooding
Thousands of people have been displaced within the Rohingya refugee camps of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh over the last few days after heavy monsoon rains started last Thursday (July 4) causing flooding and landslides.
Around 20 million people live in Dhaka for work, and leave the capital to celebrate holidays in their hometowns.
Tens of thousands of Muslims descended on the Old City of Jerusalem for the last Friday prayers of Ramadan, Islam's holiest month and Hundreds of Bangladeshi Muslims packed one of the mosques in Dhaka to join the special prayers on the last Friday (May 31) of Ramadan.
The rape and murder of a nurse in Bangladesh just weeks after a female student was burned to death has sparked ongoing protests.
A fire in a high-rise office building in Bangladesh's capital on Thursday killed 17 people and injured about 70 others, officials said.
The cause of the deadly fire was not immediately clear.
A huge fire broke out in a 19-storey building in the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka on Thursday, killing at least 19 people and wounding 73.
In the coming weeks, Bangladesh may make the mistake of crippling an initiative that has achieved dramatic improvements in fire and building safety in the years since the Rana Plaza disaster.
Police in Bangladesh report that at least 17 people died in violent clashes at the country held a general election
Prime Minister expected to secure third term in office.
US not labelling atrocities against Rohingya as genocide
What happens when your community becomes outnumbered by a sudden wave of refugees? On the border with Myanmar, Bangladeshi communities are discovering that. with aid, co-operation, not exclusion, is the way forward.
That's the stark warning from the United Nations. It's exactly one year ago when 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar, fleeing a brutal crackdown by the military
Police have cracked down on thousands of students who brought the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, to a halt with protests calling for tighter road safety laws.
UN Security Council envoys began a four-day visit to Bangladesh and Myanmar on Saturday to see firsthand the aftermath of a Myanmar military crackdown that Britain, the United States and others have denounced as ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims.
Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, also urged Myanmar’s government to allow monitors into the country. His call was backed in an interview with Euronews by Andrew Gilmour, the UN Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights
The UN warns 'major challenges' must be overcome as Myanmar and Bangladesh announce a two-year plan to repatriate Rohingya Muslims.
Comments came from the UN Commissioner for Human Rights at a special session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva
Pope Francis visited a home for the outcast, destitute and orphaned in Bangladesh before meeting with muslim refugees from Myanmar, when he finally used the term "Rohingya".
Pope Francis had an emotional meeting with Muslim refugees from Myanmar in Bangladesh, using the word Rohingya to describe them for the first time on his Asia trip
Campaign reaches millions on social media as French stars bid to mobilise the public.
Pope Francis is due to visit Myanmar amid international concerns over the plight of Rohingya Muslim refugees