· Virus traps poor foreign workers in deserted Maldives →
About half of the 150,000 people in the two square kilometres that make up the capital, Male, are workers from Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka living in teeming alleys that are a haven for the virus.
· Starc backs fight against CA cuts as players offer financial help →
Only two one-day internationals against New Zealand and a tour of Bangladesh were postponed, and while CA will almost certainly miss out on a distribution from what shapes as the cancelling of the Twenty20 World Cup, the summer's showpiece event – four Tests against India worth $300 million to CA's bottom line – will almost certainly go ahead.
· Boris Johnson's senior adviser refuses to apologise for lockdown breach – as it happened →
About 15,000 Rohingya refugees are now under coronavirus quarantine in Bangladesh’s vast camps, officials said Monday, as the number of confirmed infections among them rose to 29.
· Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on sports events around the world →
* Australia's proposed test tour of Bangladesh in June has been postponed.
· 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.
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· 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.