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26 Bangladeshis killed in Libya laid to rest

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All 26 Bangladeshi nationals, who were killed in a gun attack in Libya on Thursday, have been buried at Mizdah.
M Ashraful Islam, Counsellor (Labour wing) at Bangladesh Embassy in Libya, confirmed.
The Bangladeshi citizens were killed while 11 others were injured in a gun attack by some human traffickers on Thursday in the desert town of Mizdah, some 180km from Tripoli.
Bangladesh had communicated with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to make arrangements for...
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Educational institutions not reopening now: PM

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Prime Minister Sheikh Haisna on Sunday ruled out the possibility of opening educational institutions right now saying that students are the future of the country and the government does not want to put them at risk.
"May be we cannot open the educational institutions, because we...
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Coronavirus in Bangladesh

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Record 40 deaths, 2,545 new cases in a day 
47,153 traced out so far
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Bangladesh saw its biggest daily jump in the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths on Sunday as record 40 patients died and 2, 545 got infected in the span of 24 hours.
“The death toll stood at 650 as...
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82.87% pass in SSC, equivalent exams

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The average pass rate is 82.87 percent in this year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and equivalent examinations.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina formally unveiled the results through a videoconference from her official Ganabhaban residence on Sunday morning.
Education Minister...
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Coronavirus pandemic: Global death toll exceeds 369,000

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Coronavirus pandemic: Global death toll exceeds 369,000 
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The number of confirmed coronavirus cases surpassed 6 million on Sunday morning, according to data provided by the Johns Hopkins University.
Meanwhile, death toll from the virus rose to 369,085. So far, 2,564,462...
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