If diplomatic efforts fail, the Bangladesh government will have the responsibility to take any action to ensure the safety of the border and the citizens. But there can be no doubt that any military ...
If a threat to our national security arises, there will be need for national consensus. If military capacity is added to national consensus, that will function as a deterrent power, said Maj Gen ANM ...
Uncertainty over repatriation has led to widespread frustration. Cross border organised crimes including human and drug trafficking are on the rise. This situation can potentially fuel ...
The latest support will enable the provision of food, safe drinking water, health care, protection, education, shelter, and psychosocial support, the US government said
Bangladesh has sought support from the global community to resolve the crisis along its border with Myanmar which emerged due to the fight between the Myanmar army and the Arakan Army in Rakhine state
Foreign minister AK Abdul Momen briefed the newspersons about the activities of the prime minister on the sidelines of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly
UN chief Antonio Guterres on Tuesday condemned the strike, according to his office, which stated at least 13 people died, including the 11 students
The Myanmar government is plotting to create an instability along the border with an ill motive that they are not obliged to repatriate their nationals, Rohingyas, from Bangladesh
Myanmar has claimed that the Arakan Army and ARSA have created the ongoing situation in the border area to destroy the “cordial relations” between the two countries
Anti-coup fighters in Myanmar patrol the smouldering ruins of a burned village after what they say was a reprisal attack by junta troops struggling to crush resistance to last year's military coup
Malaysian foreign minister Saifuddin Abdullah, parliamentarians from Europe and Asia, and members of the National Unity Government (NUG) of Myanmar have urged the global community to take stronger ...
The member states of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) have expressed concern that the ongoing crisis in Myanmar may incite regional instability
Over the last two months battle has been going on between the security forces of Myanmar and armed Arakan Army at the other side of Bangladesh’s Tumbru frontier at the Ghumdhum of Naikkhangchari
The locals said they had their peace of mind due to the firing along the border. People are hardly leaving their houses. The attendance of students in the schools has also decreased
Because of the armed fighting between the two sides, people in the bordering areas in Bangladesh have been living in constant panic