Police in separate drives arrested seven war crimes suspects from their houses in Dumuria upazila early Friday, UNB reports.
The arrestees are Abdur Rahim, Shamsur Rahman, Zahan Ali Biswas, Karim Sheikh,|Details
Four women drowned and 15 people went missing as a trawler, carrying some 100 passengers, capsized in the Panguchi River in Morelganj upazila on Tuesday morning.
The deceased were identified as|Details
Two persons were killed in a head-on collision between pick-up van and truck in Belnagar area under Magura Sadar Upazila on Dhaka-Khulna highway early Thursday.
One of the deceased was identified|Details
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