The government of Saudi Arabia lifts restrictions on issuing Umrah visas to Bangladeshi pilgrims.
The death toll from last month's hajj stampede has topped 2,100, according to tallies given by foreign officials, making it by far the deadliest disaster in the pilgrimage's history.
The number of Bangladeshi pilgrims killed in the Mina stampede during Hajj last month now stands at 137, while at least 53 others still remain missing.
The number of Bangladeshis killed in the Mina stampede during Hajj last month rises to 68, the Hajj mission in Saudi Arabia confirms.
The crush and stampede last month outside of Saudi Arabia's holy city of Mecca kills at least 1,399 people during the Hajj pilgrimage, a new tally showed, 630 more than the kingdom's official toll.
Death toll of Bangladeshi Hajj pilgrims from the Mina stampede goes up to 43, while 92 more are undergoing treatment.
Iran says number of its citizens who died in the Hajj stampeded in Saudi Arabia last week reaches 464 - nearly double the previous toll.
Prominent Pakistanis and Indians, who performed hajj as representatives of their countries, urge the Saudi authorities to speed up the process of locating and identifying missing and dead pilgrims.
The Makkah Secretariat is preparing 74,700 graves across six graveyards which could accommodate some of the martyrs of the stampede in Mina among others, according to a Saudi media report.