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Thousands returning to shattered homes in Bangladesh
Thousands of people have begun returning to villages destroyed by massive landslides that killed at least 141 people in southeastern Bangladesh to begin rebuilding their thatched-roof homes
Rescuers dig for survivors in Bangladesh mudslide
Hundreds of rescuers -- including soldiers, firefighters, police and volunteers -- were still digging through vast piles of mud on Wednesday, a day after landslides killed at least 140 people in southeastern Bangladesh.
Rescuers dig for survivors in Bangladesh mudslide; 140 dead
Rescuers are going door to door for information on anyone missing after massive landslides swamped villages and killed at least 140 people in southeastern Bangladesh
Death toll in Bangladesh landslides rises to 132
The death toll from massive landslides triggered by heavy rains has risen to 132 with firefighters, police and soldiers struggling to reach the remote southeastern districts
Bangladesh diplomat arrested for not paying servant wages
A Bangladesh diplomat has been indicted on charges he forced a foreign servant to work for his family in New York City without pay and assaulted him on several occasions
Bangladesh arrests 6 suspected Islamist militants
Police say security officials in Bangladesh's capital have arrested six members of a banned militant group and accused them of planning to kill an outspoken Islamic scholar for his stand against religious extremism
Heavy Rains and Eid Animal Sacrifices Create Rivers of Blood in Dhaka , Bangladesh
Rivers of blood flowed through the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Tuesday morning after heavy monsoon rains mixed with animal sacrifices for the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha . The annual holiday, known as the Feast of Sacrifice, is the second biggest celebration of the year for Muslims .
Bangladesh Refutes ISIS Role in Terror Attack, Says Domestic Group Responsible
Bangladeshi officials are refuting the claim by ISIS that the terror group is responsible for the siege of an upscale restaurant overnight Friday in the South Asian country's capital of Dhaka that left 28 dead, including the six attackers. Instead, says Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan,
Victims in Bangladesh Restaurant Attack Came From Countries Around the World
More than a dozen foreigners from countries around the world were among those killed in Friday night's attack at an upscale restaurant in the capital of Bangladesh. The victims' nationalities include American, Italian, Japanese, Indian, and Bangladeshi. The Islamic State group, also known as ISIS,