The Bangladesh authorities have arrested 12 people from Rohingya refugee camps in southern Bangladesh after a dispute, which resulted in at least eight casualties, broke out between two criminal groups. The police on October 8 informed that the two groups, suspected to be involved in drugs and human trafficking, are fighting to control the area. Reportedly, the power-tussle between the groups has forced thousands to leave the camps.
Courtesy: The Times of India
On September 4, 17 people were killed after six Air Conditioners (AC) exploded during a Friday prayer at a mosque in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The blast left 20 people injured and in critical conditions. Officials suspect a gas leak to be the reason for the explosion. "The explosion was probably triggered due to sparks when someone tried… read-more
Courtesy: Deccan Herald