MONDAY, MAY 25, 2015

Australia

  • 'Indonesia believes most migrants at sea are Bangladeshi'

    Indonesia has told Australia that most of migrants stranded at sea are illegal labourers from Bangladesh, not oppressed Muslim Rohingya, Australian minister says.

  • Harbhajan Singh

    Harbhajan’s last comeback

    Having don the test cap nearly two years ago against Australia, Harbhajan Singh has a chance to revive his test career when Bangladesh face India on June 10 at Fatullah.

  • Gap between rich and poor growing

    The gap between the rich and the poor keeps widening, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) says.

  • India’s tour of Bangladesh

    Test match returns to Fatullah

    Test cricket is coming back to Fatullah after nine years when the ground will host the Test match between Bangladesh and India on June 10, 2015.

  • jhonny depp

    Johnny Depp's dogs face death in Australia

    Johnny Depp's pet dogs Pistol and Boo face being put down unless they "bugger off" back to Hollywood after he brought them into Australia illegally on his private jet.

  • Australian cops hold youth on terror charges

    Australian police arrested a 17-year-old on terror charges in a Melbourne suburb and say they have halted a plot to detonate three homemade bombs in the city.

  • Australia to probe foreign labour

    An Australian government inquiry is to investigate labour exploitation following revelations of widespread abuse of foreign workers.

  • Australia, Canada want probe into polls irregularities

    Australia and Canada call upon the Election Commission and all responsible authorities to swiftly and impartially investigate the reports of irregularities and violence during the city corporation elections in Dhaka and Chittagong on April 28.

  • Anger over Indonesia executions

    An Indonesian firing squad executes eight convicted drug-traffickers from several countries on Wednesday, prompting Australia to recall its envoy to Jakarta and bringing an angry reaction from Brazil.

  • IS posts 'health service' video

    Islamic State appears to have released a promotional video for its own health service featuring NHS-style branding and an Australian doctor.

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