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‘New satellite images ensure mass ruin in Myanmar’

Bdtodays International: A new satellite image released of the northern State of Rakhine in Burma that revealed that at least 288 villages were partially or totally destroyed by fire since August 25, 2017, Human Rights Watch said today (Tuesday). The destruction encompassed tens of thousands of structures, primarily homes inhabited by ethnic Rohingya Muslims. Analysis of the satellite imagery indicates ...

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Taliban suicide car kill 10 Afghan police

Bdtodays, International: A Taliban attacks have killed at least 10 policeman in Afghanistan as the officials of Afghan confirmed. The attacks occurred in the country’s south, west and east. Bu using a suicide car the insurgents stormed a security compound and killed at least seven policemen in southern Ghazni province. Mohammad Zaman, the Provincial chief police, says the attack in ...

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Privacy is a Fundamental Right: ISC

Bdtodays International: Everyone should have the right of keeping his privacy. An Indian High Court ruled out that privacy is not only a privacy but it is a fundamental right. A nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court has ruled that now Indians enjoy a fundamental right to privacy. On Thursday, the bench, led by Chief Justice JS Khehar, pronounced a ...

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Fire kills 10 in Saudi

Bdtodays International: At least 10 people were dead in a fire occurrence in the capital of Saudi. Three others were injured in the kingdom’s civil defence said Sunday. The Saudi civil defence wrote on its official Twitter account, “The Riyadh civil defence put out a fire that broke out at a carpentry workshop in the Badr district of Riyadh.” The ...

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Blasts kill at least 85 in Somalia

Bdtodays International: In the capital of Somali’s Mogadishu at least 85 people were killed by a massive bomb attack in a busy area. The officials of the country confirmed.  At the same time dozens more were wounded when a lorry packed with explosives detonated near the entrance of a hotel. The police of the city say that among the dead ...

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Japan supports $750,000 for Rohingyas

Bdtodays International: Japan provides US $750,000 to strengthen the emergency WASH and child protection for the Rohingya refuges in Cox’s Bazar. The support will be provide for six month as the government of Japan said and it reach to the Rohingya people through UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund). “Water, sanitation and hygiene condition are dire in the Rohingya camps and ...

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UNHCR piling Rohingya data

Bdtodays International: The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has been adding with the Bangladesh government to pile the data on the Rohingya. A spokesperson of UNHCR, Andrej Mahecic said, “The family counting exercise will annex the government, UNHCR and other agencies to have a better understanding of the size and breakdown of the population and where they are ...

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DG of IOM visit Rohingya camps on Monda

Bdtodays, International:  International Organization for Migration (IOM) Director General William Lacy Swing arrives in Dhaka on Sunday on a four-day visit to see current Rohingya situation on the ground. A senior official confirmed the information. The IOM chief will visit Cox’s Bazar from Monday. He is expected to meet Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali, among others, ...

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I’m talking with Bangladesh to repatriate Rohingya: Suu Kyi

Bdtodays, International: Myanmar’s noble peace winning leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, called on Thursday that his country needs national unity. She said has created committees that will co-ordinate all international and local assistance in violence-struck Rakhine state. Suu Kyi acknowledged in a speech on state-run television that the country is facing widespread criticism over the refugee crisis, and called for ...

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Floods and landslips kill 54, missing 39 in Vietnam

Bdtodays; International: Floods and landslips caused by a tropical depression have killed 54 people in northern and central Vietnam while rescuers were trying to search for another 39 people still missing. There have also 31 people injured by the storm. More than 30,000 houses drowned and damaged infrastructure, crops and livestock, the Vietnam Disaster Management Authority said in a statement ...

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