Coronavirus cases have been reported at slaughterhouses in Austria, after outbreaks at meat-processing plants in Germany. The German interior minister is advocating for free COVID-19 testing.
Harrison Ford investigated for latest aviation mishap
US actor Harrison Ford piloted a plane across a runway as another aircraft was taking off, aviation officials said Wednesday, confirming they have opened an investigation.
Jordan becomes latest Mideast country to deploy drones in virus response
Jordan on Sunday started to deploy drones to fight the coronavirus pandemic, joining a host of Middle East countries using the technology to enforce curfews, deliver public health announcements and even monitor people’s temperatures.
WikiLeaks’ latest about OPCW fake Douma Report blaming Syria
By Caitlin Johnstone 28 Dec. 2019 – This is getting really, really, really weird. WikiLeaks has published yet another set of leaked internal documents from within the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) adding even more material to…
Woman, 2 children found dead in city
Police on Friday evening recovered the bodies of a woman and two children from a house in city’s Dakshinkhan area.
7 suffer burn injuries in city
Seven workers of a steel mill suffered burn injuries while working at the mill in the city’s Kadamtoli area on Sunday.
Latest coronavirus study implicates fecal transmission
Diarrhea may be a secondary path of transmission for the novel coronavirus, scientists said Friday following the publication of the latest study reporting patients with abdominal symptoms and loose stool.
Mild tremor jolts Sylhet
A mild tremor jolted different parts of the division on Monday morning.
Tiffany is latest jewel for French luxury group LVMH’s crown
PARIS, NOVEMBER 26, 2019 – French luxury group LVMH has agreed to buy New York jeweler Tiffany & Co. for $16.2 billion, adding a famed star to its portfolio that already boasts Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Bulgari.
Apple economy latest casualty in strife-torn Kashmir
Kashmir’s apple orchards, a backbone of the economy that supports nearly half the people living there, are deserted with fruit rotting on the trees at a time when they should be bustling with harvesters.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10: A note to steal your dreams
UNB: Before gloating over your existing phone, have a quick look at the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The latest addition to the Samsung Galaxy Series, the Galaxy Note 10 is a hotshot in the realm of advanced Smartphones. It’s…
Three-year-old girl latest Philippines ‘drug war’ victim
UN Human Rights Council Should Adopt Resolution to Stop Carnage On Sunday, a 3-year-old girl became the latest casualty of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s “war on drugs,” which has killed thousands over the past three years. Myka Ulpina died after…
Adopting BARI-evolved latest agro-technologies stressed
Adoption of the latest agriculture technologies evolved by Bangladesh Agriculture Research Institute (BARI) at farmers’ level could enhance safe and nutritious food output and make farm-activities more profitable. Agriculturists expressed the views at a workshop on ‘Introduction of BARI-evolved Modern…
Murray advances in Brisbane in latest comeback from injury
Andy Murray doesn’t know how long his latest comeback can last, so he’s planning on making the most of it.
Low carb? Low fat? What the latest dieting studies tell us
If you’re planning to try to lose weight in 2019, you’re sure to find a fierce debate online and among friends and family about how best to do it. It seems like everyone has an opinion, and new fads emerge…
Those passing disparaging remarks will not be spared: PM
Issuing a stern warning, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday said those who are making disparaging remarks about Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman will not be spared. “People know the country’s history very well…..kulangars (black sheep) are uttering derogatory remarks about…
Thailand Army chief to meet key players
Thailand’s army chief is to hold talks with key players in the political crisis, a day after declaring martial law in the protest-hit nation. General Prayuth Chan-Ocha has asked to meet the government, the Senate speaker and the two main…
Mominul’s ton helps draw 2nd test against Sri Lanka
Dhaka – After making a brilliant comeback with a century in the 2nd innings, Mominul Haque guided hosts Bangladesh to settle for a draw in the 2nd test against touring Sri Lanka on the 5th and final of the two-match…
Jamaat activist killed as police chase procession at Mirpur
A Jamaat-e-Islami activist died when police chased a procession of Jamaat and Shibir activists on the Kalsi Road at Dhaka’s Mirpur on Sunday morning. A policeman was injured in a bomb explosion during the clash around 8:30am at on Kalshi…
Blacklist errant manpower agencies too, activists tell Malaysian govt
Alyaa Alhadjri Petaling Jaya: Home Minister of Malaysia Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s announcement that more than 2,400 undocumented migrants were arrested in the first 24 hours of the nationwide 6P Integrated Operation on January 21 has raised questions over…
Juba League men ‘snatch’ tender box in Laxmipur
Laxmipur – Local Juba League activists allegedly snatched a tender box from the LGED office in Raipur upazila on Tuesday. LGED officials and witnesses said tenders were invited from contractors for works worth Tk 2.20 crore in three schools under…