The Rohingya crisis has been making headlines all over the world for a couple of weeks. Here're six videos you need to watch to understand the extent of the crisis:
Many celebrities and ordinary people have flooded Twitter with personal accounts of sexual assault and harassment following a call to break the culture of silence around such abuse.
Hindu fisherman Rasraj Das has been detained in Bangladesh since October 2016. He was arrested for allegedly posting an “offensive” image on Facebook and charged with “hurting religious sentiment”. He could face up to 14 years in prison if convicted. Even though police have recently stated that he was not responsible for posting the image, the charge has not been dropped and he was denied bail on 3 January. His next bail hearing is scheduled for 16 January.
A picture of a toilet in a hospital in the Bangladeshi city of Bagerhat has gone viral. The image shows a filthy latrine with a broken plastic ewer. It's almost unusable and unhygienic.
We believe New Zealand team management understands well that Bangladesh is no longer a team to be written off straight away. That remains valid even after Bangladesh being almost blown away through the comprehensive whitewash in ODI series.
What else do you need to become an internet sensation when you are ready to get naked? This blond took the easy path and succeeded.
Black Caps New Zealand was twice white washed by Bangladesh in Bangladesh in two ODI series. Just now Bangladesh got white washed in New Zealand losing all three matches by comfortable margins.
Nazmul Huda is a reporter who was arrested on 24 December because of his coverage of a strike by garment workers in Ashulia, the Dhaka suburb where Bangladesh’s biggest garment factories are located.
Bangladesh lost back to back ODI at Hagley Oval, Christchurch and Saxton Oval, Nelson in New Zealand. The three matches ODI series is now 2-0 in favor of the home side with the possibility of Kiwi Wash looming.
They work for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). But that doesn't stop them from posting pictures in bikinis on Instagram.
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