An armed gang has raided a northern Nigerian village and killed 48 people in an apparent reprisal attack targeting a local vigilante group.
Hair can look healthy without visiting high priced salons, paying for expensive treatments and trying many conditioners and shampoos.
Overweight women, who skip breakfast, experience acute, or rapid-onset, insulin resistance, a condition that, when chronic, is a risk factor for diabetes, a new study has revealed.
Following some simple steps may help people reduce their risk of developing skin cancer, the most common form of cancer, says expert.
Police recovered body of a teenager from Puranapail area under sadar upazila of the district on Wednesday noon.
‘There are no perfect solutions to the Israel-Palestine conflict,’ former United States president Bill Clinton said.
An explosion has hit a United Nations compound in the Somali capital Mogadishu, the organisation has confirmed.
At least three people were killed and three others injured as lightning struck them in the district town on Wednesday.
Police failed to arrest anyone of Ashiyan City including its chairman and managing director although 24-hour passed after filing case against them.
Bangladesh`s foreign minister says Myanmar has agreed in principle to restart a long-delayed voluntary repatriation program for Muslim refugees living in the country, although he conceded that it may not eventuate.
A private university student died after diving into a swimming pool at Dhaka University on Wednesday noon. The deceased was identified as Shahriar Chowdhury, 21, a student of American International University of Bangladesh (AIUB), son of Jalal Uddin Chowdhury.
South Korea will buy European bunker-busting missiles as the United States refused to sell the same kind of weapons to the country.
Afghanistan has suspended talks under way in Kabul on a bilateral security agreement with the US.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un toured the impoverished country’s east coast last month in a 29m luxury yacht, a boat that could be prohibited under UN sanctions, a website that tracks events in the reclusive state said.
A year after seeking refuge at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, Julian Assange remains fearful of US ‘revenge’ over the WikiLeaks disclosures and aware that the diplomatic deadlock over his case may continue for months, if not years.
Four journalists, including its editor, publisher and reporter of the daily Manobkantha and editor of Dhaka Times, were granted bail in the defamation case of filed by Jute and Textiles Minister Abdul Latif Siddique.
Three top officials of Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB), including its chairman Air-vice Martial Mahmud Hossain, have passed aircraft operation examination under their own supervision.
Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Chairman Ghulam Rahman on Wednesday said the anti-graft body would not conduct its investigation as per the direction of the World Bank (WB).
Flash floods, cloudbursts and landslips have so far claimed 131 lives in northern India. Thousands have been displaced in Uttar Pradesh where several rivers are in spate.
A new consistent system of front-of-pack food labelling is to be introduced in the UK, the government says.
Brazil’s government says it will deploy troops to five major cities to control a wave of protests which has seen almost a quarter of a million people demand better public services.
The World Bank said that Bangladesh, with over 50,000 new solar home systems put into place each month, could celebrate the installation of 2 million systems this month.
The Westin Dhaka has received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. The accolade, which honors hospitality excellence, is given only to establishments that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews on TripAdvisor, and is extended to qualifying businesses worldwide.