• The ugly face of the Bangkok explosion

    No country is now immune to domestic or internationally-linked terrorism. Terrorism broadly falls into various categories, such as ideological or class-struggle or cross-border terrorism.

  • Thai police investigating second suspicious bag

    Thai police on Saturday said they were investigating new security camera footage showing a man dropping a package into a canal.

  • IS 'deputy' killed in air strike, US says

    A deputy leader of Islamic State (IS), Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali, has been killed in a US military strike in northern Iraq, the White House says.

  • The curious case of Joj Mia (video)

    Petty criminal Joj Mia, was falsely implicated in the August 21 grenade attack cases. Officials of the Criminal Investigation Department arrested Joj Mia from his home on June 10, 2005. He was later found innocent and released from jail after around three years.

  • Aug 21 carnage: Who did it? (video)

    The gruesome killing on August 21, 2004 was one of the most shocking political crimes in the country's history. But what is more shocking is the list of the culprits behind the attack that has come into light after latest investigations.

  • Thru Hasina's eyes (video)

    The perpetrators carried out the grenade attack on August 21, 2004 when the BNP was in power. And the then government allegedly made all efforts to protect the masterminds behind the attack, which was aimed at assassinating Sheikh Hasina, who was then opposition leader in parliament.

  • Living with pain and trauma (video)

    300 leaders and activists of Awami League barely escape with their lives in the grenade attack which kill 24 people in a party rally at Bangabandhu Avenue rally in Dhaka on August 21, 2004.

  • The attack as it unfolded (video)

    The grenade attack on August 21, 2004 is one of the most horrific of terrorist acts in the country since the liberation.

  • Defining Terror

    One would expect the concept of “terrorism” to convey the same meaning for all in this country. It is not quite the case yet.

  • Egypt imposes strict anti-terrorism laws

    Egyptian President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi has approved stringent new counter-terrorism laws to fight a growing Islamist insurgency.

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