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Exclusive: Bangladesh probes 2013 hack for links to central bank heist - Reuters

ReutersExclusive: Bangladesh probes 2013 hack for links to central bank heistReutersThieves in the 2013 robbery used tactics similar to those used by the yet-to-be-identified criminals in the Bangladesh Bank heist--using the SWIFT money-transfer system to divert bank funds, said a senior bank official. Authorities are now reviewing ...$81 Million Bangladesh Bank Heist Sparks Push For Stepped-Up CybersecurityNPRSWIFT To Launch New Cybersecurity Program In Wake Of Bangladesh Bank HeistTech TimesSWIFT exec unveils info sharing plan, calls Bangladesh 'a watershed event'SC MagazineZDNet -SC Magazine UK -IBS Intelligence (blog) (subscription)all 109 news articles »

G7 summit in Ise-Shima: How Bangladesh fits into the outreach meetings - Firstpost

FirstpostG7 summit in Ise-Shima: How Bangladesh fits into the outreach meetingsFirstpostBangladesh will play a significant role in the outreach meetings. The country's prime minister Sheikh Hasina will lead the discussion on four important issues: Health, women empowerment, achieving sustainable development goals and cooperation in ...Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina leaves for JapanBangladesh News 24 hoursall 8 news articles »

CIL eyes export market in Bangladesh - Economic Times

CIL eyes export market in BangladeshEconomic Times"During 2003-04, Coal India did supply coal to Nepal and Bangladesh. However, these supplies were more for rescuing the two countries from lack of availability of coal. Volumes sent were small, 1 lakh tonne for Bangladesh and some 40,000 tonnes for ...and more »

Bangladesh police suspect Islamists for Hindu's murder - Daily Mail

Daily MailBangladesh police suspect Islamists for Hindu's murderDaily MailBangladesh police said Thursday they suspect local Islamists may have murdered a one-legged Hindu shop owner who was hacked to death outside his store, the latest in a wave of killings of liberals and religious minorities. Police had initially said ...Hindu businessman hacked to death in BangladeshThe Indian ExpressHindu Businessman In Bangladesh Hacked To Death, Conflicting Reports On ISIS Claiming ResponsibilityIndiatimes.comHindu businessman murdered in Bangladesh for refusing to pay extortion money to gangThe American BazaarNewsnext Bangladesh -Reutersall 20 news articles »

Hackers behind $81m cyber heist from Bangladesh bank will NEVER be caught - Daily Mail

Daily MailHackers behind $81m cyber heist from Bangladesh bank will NEVER be caughtDaily MailThe Bangladesh job was the first of three cyber heists using SWIFT this year and on Friday SWIFT contacted their customers, saying: 'We are currently working to further reinforce our support to customers in securing their access to the SWIFT network.'.and more »

Islamist Violence Continues Unabated in Bangladesh: Time for Sheikh Hasina to Act - The Wire

Islamist Violence Continues Unabated in Bangladesh: Time for Sheikh Hasina to ActThe WireMany in Bangladesh believe that Siddique's progressive outlook could have incurred the wrath of Islamic hardliners who are known for their apathy towards cultural activism and secular lifestyles. Siddique was the fourth professor from Rajshahi ...and more »

Bangladesh baby's skull is the size of a football because of excess fluid - Daily Mail

Daily MailBangladesh baby's skull is the size of a football because of excess fluidDaily MailA baby boy's head has swollen to more than three times its normal size due to a medical condition. Two-year-old Emon, from southern Bangladesh, has a head that weighs 20 lbs (9kg) - the same weight as an average one-year-old boy. Emon was delivered ...and more »

Isis falsely claiming they have carried out series of executions, claims Bangladesh - The Independent

Newsnext BangladeshIsis falsely claiming they have carried out series of executions, claims BangladeshThe IndependentThe Isis terror group is trying to ride a wave of religious radicalisation by falsely claiming a spate of killings in Bangladesh, a government minister said, adding there was enough evidence implicating domestic militant groups. Analysts say that as ...Bangladesh not a ground for IS, says ministerNewsnext Bangladeshall 8 news articles »

Bangladesh goes to int'l court for compensation - The Daily Star

Bangladesh goes to int'l court for compensationThe Daily StarBangladesh has filed a case with an international arbitration court against Niko Resources Bangladesh Ltd, claiming Tk 9,250 crore in compensation for destruction of properties and gas reserves at Chhatak gas field in fire more than a decade ago.

Bangladesh eager to resume air cargo flights to UK - Air Cargo World (registration)

Air Cargo World (registration)Bangladesh eager to resume air cargo flights to UKAir Cargo World (registration)Australia's recent lifting of a ban on air cargo from the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka, Bangladesh, prompted Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister Rashed Khan Menon to express optimism that the U.K. would follow suit. The ban was ...and more »





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