THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015

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  • Trips so funny

    They are keen on visiting European countries, the United States, Australia and Canada but not Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Malaysia, where they are needed the most to ensure new passports for all expatriates.

  • Rohingyas whisked away

    When the Myanmar navy seized a boat used by people smugglers last week, it announced that the 200 people found aboard were mostly Bangladeshis seeking better economic prospects in Southeast Asia.

  • Rohingyas forced to leave Myanmar

    Advocacy group Human Rights Watch (HRW) has alleged that some of the thousands of displaced boat people -- many of whom are still stranded at sea -- were forcibly removed from their homes and put on migrant ships.

  • Refugee camps to be moved to Hatiya

    The government has planned to relocate thousands of registered Rohingya refugees living in refugee camps in Cox's Bazar for over two decades to Hatiya of Noakhali.

  • 8 'traffickers' caught

    Law enforcement agencies yesterday arrested eight alleged human traffickers from Chittagong and Cox's Bazar.



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