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DHAKA: Authorities in Bangladesh have confirmed the first death of a Myanmar Rohingya refugee from the Covod-19 (coronavirus), as infections rise in sprawling camps where more than 1 million Rohingya Muslims have been living since fleeing from neighbouring Myanmar.
DHAKA (Reuters) - An elderly Rohingya refugee has become the first person to die from coronavirus in the camps in southern Bangladesh, officials said on Tuesday.
DHAKA (ANN): Local airlines in Bangladesh on Monday saw an underwhelming response on the first day of the resumption of regular passenger flights on three domestic routes, following more than two months of flight suspension, sources at different airlines said.
ON July 1,2016, Bangladesh was thrown into a state of lockdown following a terrorist attack at the Holey Artisan restaurant in Dhaka. On April 21,2019, on Easter Sunday, Colombo city was rocked by bomb attacks in three prominent hotels and three churches, which led to a national emergency lockdown.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mohd Hamiz Mohd Ahir (pic) is extra motivated to be the country’s top hockey goalkeeper now that his childhood idol is his coach.
DHAKA: The construction of Bangladesh's largest Padma Bridge is still underway despite the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak in the country, with the 30th span installed on Saturday (May 30).
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka fast bowler Shehan Madushanka has been suspended from all forms of cricket with immediate effect after he was arrested for alleged possession of illegal drugs, the country's cricket board said on Tuesday.
DHAKA: Some 15,000 Rohingya refugees are now under coronavirus quarantine in Bangladesh's vast camps, officials said on Tuesday (May 26), as the number of confirmed infections rose to 29. Health experts have long warned that the virus could race through the cramped settlements.
KOLKATA/DHAKA (Reuters) - A powerful cyclone that tore through India's eastern state of West Bengal this week has caused a damage of 1 trillion rupees ($13 billion) to infrastructure and crops, state officials said.