When one of the world’s longest COVID-19 shutdowns was lifted, it exposed the country’s deep-rooted problems.
A Bangladeshi mother decided to take matters into her own hands when her 16-year-old daughter went missing.
The lawmaker previously compared women to tamarinds that need to be covered for protection.
In a factory fire that killed 51, activists say at least 16 children died while making snacks meant for children their own age.
More than 150 students have been studying Islamic texts free of charge at this privately funded school.
More than 200 people have been killed in Bangladesh’s drug war, but activists say some were innocent bystanders.