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STAR Day at a Glance | Friday, September 7, 2018

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Here are the headlines so far on September 7, 2018


BNP wants to meet home minister Sept 9 over Khaleda’s health issue

‘Drug peddler’ killed in Chapainawabganj ‘gunfight’

BGB-BSF conference adopts measures against border crimes

Book on Bangabandhu with Pak intel to be a good read: PM

‘Khaleda was forced to appear before court on Sept 5’

Toddler killed in B’baria gas cylinder blast

JS goes into session Sunday

Home minister trashes BNP’s arrest allegation

Bangabandhu’s 3rd book to hit next book fair

Bachchu murder: 2 suspects killed in Munshiganj ‘gunfight’

5 held with 200 gold bars in Dohar

3 Dhaka hospitals fined Tk 27 lakh for irregularities

Govt out to kill Khaleda in jail: BNP

2 ‘robbers’ killed in mob beating in Chittagong


Myanmar 'rejects' ICC decision over Rohingya crisis

US to press Myanmar for safe Rohingya repatriation

Death toll from Japan's Hokkaido doubles to 16

British Airways apologises after 380,000 customers hit in cyber attack

Brazil polls plunged into chaos by attack on far-right frontrunner

BGB-BSF conference adopts measures against border crimes

Dilip Kumar diagnosed with pneumonia

2016 Hacking: N Korean broke into BB: US

Turkey jails filmmaker for movie portraying execution of Erdogan

Brazil far-right candidate in serious condition after stabbing

Church of England numbers in Britain are at record low

Syria preparing chemical weapons in Idlib: US envoy

Asean MPs welcome ICC jurisdiction over crimes against Rohingya


Williams crushes Sevastova, Keys crumble against Osaka

Maradona named coach of Mexican club Dorados

Neymar named permanent Brazil captain

'90 percent chance Girona v Barcelona in U.S.'

Cook straight into action in farewell Test

Sarri found out he was sacked as Napoli coach on TV

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