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700 arrested as climate change activists block London roads More than 715 people have now been arrested in connection with the Extinction Rebellion environmental ...
Countryside
2 gangs exchange fire: 5 hurts, one by bullet Two terrorists gangs exchanged fire during a clash in Begumganj upazila of Noakhali on Saturday ...
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Diarrhoea and cholera patients, both adults and children, crowd the ICDDR,B for admission on Saturday as the sultry weather over the country has caused hundreds of people to become sick with gastrointestinal problems.	photo: Observer
Diarrhoea and cholera patients, both adults and children, crowd the ICDDR,B for admission on Saturday as the sultry weather over the country has caused hundreds of people to become sick with gastrointestinal problems. photo: Observer
Prof Emeritus Anisuzzman and former DU VC Prof AAMS Arefin Siddique among other guests attend a discussion on the murder of Nusrat Jahan Rafi a madrasa girl, at the National Press Club on Saturday. Dharitri Bangladesh, a socio-cultural organisation arranged the programme.	photo : Observer
Prof Emeritus Anisuzzman and former DU VC Prof AAMS Arefin Siddique among other guests attend a discussion on the murder of Nusrat Jahan Rafi a madrasa girl, at the National Press Club on Saturday. Dharitri Bangladesh, a socio-cultural organisation arranged the programme. photo : Observer
Climate change activists hold placards as demonstrators continue to block the road at Oxford Circus in London on April 20 on the sixth day of an environmental protest by the Extinction Rebellion group after police towed away the pink boat being used as the focal point of the camp the previous evening. Climate change activists continued their demonstration into a sixth day in London with protest camps at iconic locations despite over 700 arrests.	photo : AFP
Climate change activists hold placards as demonstrators continue to block the road at Oxford Circus in London on April 20 on the sixth day of an environmental protest by the Extinction Rebellion group after police towed away the pink boat being used as the focal point of the camp the previous evening. Climate change activists continued their demonstration into a sixth day in London with protest camps at iconic locations despite over 700 arrests. photo : AFP
JS Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, along with other guests, pose for a photo at a book launching ceremony titled ‘Khoka Jokhan Chhotto Chilen’, composed by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, at city's National Museum on Saturday.	photo: pid
JS Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, along with other guests, pose for a photo at a book launching ceremony titled ‘Khoka Jokhan Chhotto Chilen’, composed by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, at city's National Museum on Saturday. photo: pid
Nobo Jagoron Foundation, a social welfare organisation, forms a human chain in front of the National Press Club on Saturday demanding capital punishment of the Nusrat Jahan Rafi's murderers.	photo: observer
Nobo Jagoron Foundation, a social welfare organisation, forms a human chain in front of the National Press Club on Saturday demanding capital punishment of the Nusrat Jahan Rafi's murderers. photo: observer
Prime Minister's International Affairs Adviser Dr Gowher Rizvi along with other guests at the launching ceremony of the first magazine in Bangladesh, 'The Belt and Road' at the auditorium of Institute of Modern Languages at Dhaka University on Saturday.	photo: observer
Prime Minister's International Affairs Adviser Dr Gowher Rizvi along with other guests at the launching ceremony of the first magazine in Bangladesh, 'The Belt and Road' at the auditorium of Institute of Modern Languages at Dhaka University on Saturday. photo: observer
The guests hold the book 'Ganohatya 1971' aloft after it was launched at a programme at the National Press Club on Friday.	photo : observer
The guests hold the book 'Ganohatya 1971' aloft after it was launched at a programme at the National Press Club on Friday. photo : observer
Diarrhoea and cholera patients, both adults and children, crowd the ICDDR,B for admission on Saturday as the sultry weather over the country has caused hundreds of people to become sick with gastrointestinal problems.	photo: Observer
Prof Emeritus Anisuzzman and former DU VC Prof AAMS Arefin Siddique among other guests attend a discussion on the murder of Nusrat Jahan Rafi a madrasa girl, at the National Press Club on Saturday. Dharitri Bangladesh, a socio-cultural organisation arranged the programme.	photo : Observer
Climate change activists hold placards as demonstrators continue to block the road at Oxford Circus in London on April 20 on the sixth day of an environmental protest by the Extinction Rebellion group after police towed away the pink boat being used as the focal point of the camp the previous evening. Climate change activists continued their demonstration into a sixth day in London with protest camps at iconic locations despite over 700 arrests.	photo : AFP
JS Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury, along with other guests, pose for a photo at a book launching ceremony titled ‘Khoka Jokhan Chhotto Chilen’, composed by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, at city's National Museum on Saturday.	photo: pid
Nobo Jagoron Foundation, a social welfare organisation, forms a human chain in front of the National Press Club on Saturday demanding capital punishment of the Nusrat Jahan Rafi's murderers.	photo: observer
Prime Minister's International Affairs Adviser Dr Gowher Rizvi along with other guests at the launching ceremony of the first magazine in Bangladesh, 'The Belt and Road' at the auditorium of Institute of Modern Languages at Dhaka University on Saturday.	photo: observer
The guests hold the book 'Ganohatya 1971' aloft after it was launched at a programme at the National Press Club on Friday.	photo : observer
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