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  • G7 pledges millions to help fight Amazon fires

    The G7 has agreed to spend 20 million euros ($22 million) on the Amazon, mainly to send fire-fighting aircraft to tackle the huge blazes engulfing many parts of the world's biggest rainforest, the presidents of France and Chile announce.

  • US President Donald Trump

    Trump wants Russia at G7 meeting

    US President Donald Trump says Russia should also be attending a Group of Seven nations summit, as he prepared to fly into a chilly reception at the meeting in Canada, where other G7 leaders are set to clash with him over trade.

  • PM leaves for Canada tomorrow

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will leave for Canada tomorrow to attend the Leaders Outreach Session of the industrialised countries grouping G7.

  • Economic clout of G7 waning

    What is striking is that finance ministers of the G7 countries, who met from May 20-21, 2016, could not agree on the fiscal policy that the G7 should adopt collectively to address global economic weakness. Japan and the US called members to boost fiscal stimulus, but Germany and Britain insisted on fiscal austerity.

  • PM Sheikh Hasina with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

    What it means for Bangladesh

    The honorable Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina made an official visit to Japan from May 25-28, 2016, upon an invitation from the Prime Minister of Japan, H.E. Mr. Shinzo Abe...

  • PM assures Japanese investors of full security

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today reassured that the door of Bangladesh is open for the Japanese investors as she said that some recent incidents won't frustrate investment climate.

  • Dhaka-Tokyo ties to bolster further: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina expresses her high hope that the overall excellent cooperative ties between Bangladesh and Japan will deepen further in the future.

  • Global economy is 'urgent priority': G7

    Pumping up the world economy is an "urgent priority" G7 leaders say, but left the door open for a go-your-own-way approach in a sign of lingering divisions over how to boost growth.