zero tolerance policy on terrorism | The Daily Star
  • Consequences may be grave

    The US decision to blacklist seven Islamic State groups from around the world, including one linked to Bangladesh, is a blow to Dhaka's image and may leave an adverse impact on the country in the long run, diplomats and foreign affairs experts have said.

  • Bangladesh to wipe out extremism: Ziauddin

    Bangladesh Ambassador to the United States Mohammad Ziauddin says in line with the country’s anti-terrorism 'zero tolerance' policy, it is working emphatically with the US and other alliance countries to wipe out the menace from its soil.

  • None will be allowed to use Bangladesh for terrorism

    About the government's “zero tolerance policy” against terrorism and militancy, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday reiterated that no one will be allowed to use Bangladesh's soil for terrorist acts against any country.