“Bangladesh” in the news
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· COVID-19: 15,000 Rohingya refugees under quarantine as cases hit 29 →
DHAKA: Some 15,000 Rohingya refugees are now under coronavirus quarantine in Bangladesh's vast camps, officials said on Monday (May 25), as the number of confirmed infections rose to 29.
· Subdued Eid al-Fitr in India, Bangladesh amid coronavirus crisis →
Muslims in India and Bangladesh celebrated a subdued Eid al-Fitr on Monday, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan under the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic.
· Rohingya Refugees: Inside the Crisis →
Following the latest military crackdown in 2017, nearly a million Rohingya fled into neighbouring Bangladesh.
The Japan Times
· Japan to expand entry ban to visitors from India and 10 other nations →
The Foreign Ministry raised its travel advisory for the 11 countries — Afghanistan, Argentina, India, El Salvador, Ghana, Guinea, Kyrgyz, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and South Africa — urging against any trips to the areas.
· Coronavirus: What sporting events are affected by the pandemic? →
Australia's proposed test tour of Bangladesh in June has been postponed and both boards will work together to find new dates to reschedule the series.
· Dr Noor Hisham says expecting spike in Malaysia’s Covid-19 cases in next few days →
In total, 227 positive cases have been detected at the three detention depots and include citizens of Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan, China, Cambodia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Libya, Egypt and Syria.
· From Ebola crisis to east London: How aid workers have been deployed in UK for first time to fight coronavirus →
Having spent the last five years fighting cholera in South Sudan, battling Ebola in Sierra Leone and responding to a measles outbreak among Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, the last thing Melanie Villarreal expected was for her next deployment for Médecins Sans Frontières' (MSF) to be in London.
· Bangladesh clothing makers say Philip Day owes them £27m →
Bangladesh clothing manufacturers are threatening to halt production and deliveries to billionaire Philip Day’s Edinburgh Woollen Mill group in a battle over alleged £27m in unpaid bills.
· SIA investigating after pilot who flew into Bangladesh airspace couldn't give clearance number →
SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) is investigating an incident where a pilot who flew into Bangladesh airspace was unable to provide a clearance number requested by air traffic controllers in charge of the area.
The China Post
· Muslims in India, Bangladesh celebrate Eid subdued by virus →
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — Muslims in India and Bangladesh joined prayers to celebrate a subdued Eid-al Fitr on Monday, marking the end of the Ramadan holy month by seeking blessings for a world free from coronavirus.