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Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has said the trial of those involved in corruption, terrorism and militancy must be held as the
The fight against militancy remains challenging as ever as dozens of militants are getting freed every year from prisons that have no de-radicalisation programmes.
Parents should always keep an eye on their children, discuss various issues in their lives and encourage them to engage in cultural activities, family members of a number of militants came up with these suggestions yesterday.
Three suspected militants, who had holed up in a flat near the Prime Minister's Office in the capital, were killed in a Rab raid early yesterday.
Rab has collected fingerprints and DNA samples to identify the three militant suspects killed in Tuesday's anti-terror operation in Chapainawabganj.
Police arrest five suspected members of banned militant outfit Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) in different areas of Atrai upazila in Naogaon.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina calls upon the people to be united in resisting terrorism and militancy to establish peace and security in the public life.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urges all, including parents, teachers and government officials, to remain vigilant about the movement of their children to prevent them from getting derailed.
A Bangladeshi employee at the Dhaka cafe where 20 customers, including seven Japanese, were ruthlessly slain says the Japanese were killed almost immediately.
Ramkarishna Mission staff in Dhaka receives death threats through a letter allegedly sent yesterday by militants.
A total of 21 suspected militants are arrested during a special crackdown throughout the country through yesterday, police headquarters say.
Over 3,100 people have been detained that includes 26 alleged militants during day four of the nationwide crackdown on militants. This brings up the total tally of people held during the anti-militancy crackdown to 11,648 with only 145 among the alleged militants in the last four days.
Over 3,200 people are detained countrywide on the third day of the anti-militancy crackdown. Among them only 34 were suspected militants.
Police arrested 48 more suspected militants on the third day of their countrywide clampdown yesterday, taking the total number of captured “militants” to 85 since the special drive began following Sunday's murder of a top police official's wife by suspected militants in Chittagong.
Police have detained 2,132 people including 48 militants throughout the country as part of their week-long special crackdown on militants.
Police claimed to have detained 37 militants and 3155 others in different cases across the country during the last 24 hours till this morning, on the second day of the nationwide crackdown on militants in the wake of recent killings.