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On Monday, the Belgium government announced that an Irishman was detained together with two persons accused of planning a bombing on a group of the Israeli opposites living in exile in France. Al-Qa' ida-bound Islamic group in Mali took charge of an assault on Western forces in the north city of Gao on Sunday, the U.S. SITE watchdog said on Monday, quoting a reporter who often gets immediate reports of demands.
Rescue teams in Thailand crawled on Monday as the quest for 12 cubs and their football trainer began on the 9th to clear a narrow passage for scuba diver in a deeply submerged caves. Mexico's landmark Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday that he wanted to keep Mexico in the NAFTA trading agreement and look for open dialog and amicable relations with the United States.
Mexican Presidency elections laureate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday that he would respect the NAFTA leaders of the present administration and that his interim staff would try to participate in the negotiations. Mexico's new president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he would strike friends and enemies in a crackdown turn on corruption right after constituents gave him a powerful proxy for federal rule with a landslide electoral win on Sunday.
Russia's Secretary of State Sergei Lavrov will be meeting with a US congressman on Tuesday, the Interfax press quoted the Russia State Department on Monday. A cease-fire in south-west Syria will be discussed with Russia this weekend, paving the way for a peaceful agreement that would allow ten thousand of the country's displaced persons to go home, the country's Secretary of State said on Monday.
After the 16-minute round ended after 90 min and overtime with 1:1, Croatia defeated Denmark 3-2 on penalties to advance to the quarter-finals of the World Cup. Undergraduates who called for public sector ratings reform were reportedly attacked by BCL men in Dhaka and Rajshahi today, while a party leaders who led their move were detained.
And who can ignore the nude, shouting Viet Namese woman who fled the 1972 nape of Napalgia on her town, the Chinaman who stood in front of a pillar of armor on Tiananmen Square in 1989, the Times Square kisses or the hoisting of the US banner in Iwo Jima, which heralded the end of the Second World War?
When a Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) trainer plane crashed in Sadar UPASILA of Jessore, two drivers were murdered. The Brazilians will play Serbia in the Samara Arena when they face Mexico in a 16-minute round of the World Cup today.
BNP Supreme Court will begin four cases against the Zia Orphanage Trust in which BNP Chairman Khaleda Zia was convicted of five years in prison. United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says they will put more effort on Myanmar to better understanding what they should do on the Rohingya question.
The two Bangladeshi air force airmen were murdered when their plane went down in Jessore Sadar last evening. Host nation Russia reaches the quarter-finals of the World Cup with a 4-3 win over Spain after a 1-1 tie. Transparcy International Bangladesh (TIB) is calling on the Sri Lankan authorities to guarantee the safety and dignity of migrant women in the Middle East.
The secretary-general of the Awami League, Obaidul Quader, says Bangladesh will pursue its struggle against militant forces on the occasion of the two-year jubilee of the Dhaka war. The President of the World Bank Group, Jim Yong Kim, praises Bangladesh's generosity and calls for the non-punishment of generously sized humanitarian nations that help them. Investigators arrested one of the leader of the Dhaka Bhasantek Oblast Quote-Reforms.
On Tuesday 3 July, the Supreme Court will issue four different appellations in the case of the Zia Orphanage Trust, in which BNP President Khaleda Zia was imprisoned for five years. Rajshahi University (RU) Rajshahi University ( "RU") faculty members who are calling for a public sector ratings system reforms are reportedly attacked by Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) men when they tried to create community networks in various parts of the university.
As many as 47 persons were murdered and 11 others wounded when a coach crashed into a canyon in the north of the federal state of Uttarakhand, according to a high-ranking policeman in the state. tomorrows Supreme Court will adopt a decision on a request from the Algerian authorities to challenge the decision of the Supreme Court to grant BNP President Khaleda Zia a deposit in a case of assassination in Comilla.
One of the owners of a privately owned services died this mornin', run over by a raging coach in Dhaka's Kalshi overpass. The BNP denounces yesterday's assault on quote reformers. Colombian playwright James Rodriguez is not as seriously wounded as expected, so he died on Tuesday in the 16th century.
On Saturday evening, two suspected members of the forbidden military unit Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) from Bogra's adam dighi uploadazila were detained by law enforcement.