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September 3, 2022

UN police adviser praises Bangladesh police

GBNEWS24DESK// Appreciating Bangladesh Police for their professionalism and capacity to help maintain world peace, Police Adviser of the United Nations (UN) and Police Division Director Luis Carrilho has lauded the contribution and…

US approves potential $1.1 billion arms sale to Taiwan

GBNEWS24DESK// The US State Department has approved a potential $1.1 billion sale of military equipment to Taiwan, including 60 anti-ship missiles and 100 air-to-air missiles, with China threatening to take counter-measures. The…

Russians bid farewell to Gorbachev, but without Putin

GBNEWS24DESK// Russians are today (Sept 1) paying their final respects to the last leader of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev, in a ceremony held in Moscow without much fanfare and with President Vladimir Putin notably absent, report…

BBC donates $1.6 million to charity over Diana interview

GBNEWS24DESK// The BBC said yesterday it had donated to charities £1.42 million ($1.64m) of sales it made from an interview that it conducted with Princess Diana in 1995 and which was obtained after deceit by one of its journalists.…

Empty-handed Bangladesh cricket team returns home

GBNEWS24DESK// Bangladesh national cricket team returned home on Saturday after their disastrous performance in the Asia Cup T20 in the UAE. Bangladesh played two matches in the event in Group B and lost both matches against Afghanistan…

‘Bangladesh, China strategic partners’

GBNEWS24DESK// China deeply engages itself with Bangladesh for joint development as an amicable neighbour and strategic partner, said Li Jiming, ambassador of China to Bangladesh. He said this at an event on the 25th anniversary of…

Business icons honoured

GBNEWS24DESK// A business group with global footprints, an intrepid entrepreneur and a game-changing financial institution were felicitated with the Bangladesh Business Awards for their exemplary contribution to the economy. …

IGP Benazir questions number of ‘disappeared’

GBNEWS24DESK// Inspector General of Police Benazir Ahmed has said the US alleged that 600 people were forcibly disappeared in Bangladesh since 2009, but no list of these people has been published anywhere. Late last year, the US…

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