• US airstrike kills senior Al-Qaeda commander

    A United States air strike in Afghanistan killed a senior Al Qaeda commander in charge of suicide bombing and two other militants, the Pentagon says.

  • IS 'emir of suicide bombers killed'

    A senior member of the Islamic State (IS) group has been killed in an American drone strike in Syria last month, according to the US military.

  • 12 ‘militants’ on 3-day remand

    A Dhaka court places 12 suspected militants on a three-day remand each in a case filed with Darus Salam Police Station under the Anti-Terrorism Act.

  • 3 ‘Hizb-ut Tahrir militants’ held in Ctg

    Three alleged militants of the banned outfit Hizb-ut Tahrir arrested from Chittagong city's Muradpur. An English medium school teacher and a lawyer are among them.

  • Militant outfit Ansarullah Bangla Team banned

    The government of Bangladesh has banned Islamist outfit Ansarullah Bangla Team for its militant and anti-state activities.

  • AMA-Muhith

    ‘Nothing to do on Qawmi madrasas’

    There is very little that can be done against Qawmi madrasas since they are not financially controlled by the government, says Finance Minister AMA Muhith.

  • A screenshot of a blog of a militant blog description how to make bomb. We blurred the name of the blog and the process of bomb making.

    Militants giving bomb recipes on blog!

    Militants take their activities to a whole new level in Bangladesh, distributing bomb making manuals online and spreading their propaganda to millions worldwide.

  • Militants manage to circumvent the system

    THE arrest of Ariful Islam, caught after he, along with his accomplices, hacked to death Oyasiqur Rahman Babu, has by default, brought to light some significant inefficiencies in law enforcement.

  • Militants spreading wings

    Amid a slack monitoring in recent months, the Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh and a few other militant outfits have become active

  • Banks warned against funding militancy

    State Minister for Finance M Abdul Mannan told the parliament that the government would take stern actions against banks concerned if the allegation of funding militancy is proved

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