Bangladesh

immigration

Exclusive: The U.S. used suspect evidence to push young Bangladeshi migrants into adult detention

Immigration agencies moved dozens of people from children's facilities, sometimes using weak evidence, a VICE News investigation has found.
Mimi Dwyer
5.1.19
Bangladesh

He survived a massacre of 20 people, only to be blamed for it

University of Toronto student Tahmid Hasib Khan helped save people in the 2016 Dhaka cafe massacre. He's telling his story for the first time.
Tamara Khandaker
2.6.19
Australia Today

Meet the Lawyers Trying to Prosecute Aung San Suu Kyi For War Crimes

As Myanmar's state counsellor, the lawyers allege she's directly responsible for more than one million Rohingya people fleeing the country.
Liam Armstrong
3.19.18
Rohingya

Myanmar is now killing Rohingya through “forced starvation,” says the U.N.

The bulldozing of mass graves showed a “deliberate attempt by the authorities to destroy evidence of potential international crimes."
Tim Hume
3.7.18
Vice News Tonight

We spoke to Rohingya Muslims fleeing ethnic cleansing in Myanmar

We spoke to Rohingya Muslims fleeing ethnic cleansing in Myanmar
VICE News
9.19.17
Myanmar

Abuse of Rohingya is a “textbook example” of ethnic cleansing

Tim Hume
9.11.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump said to mull firing special counsel, Russian activist gets 30 days in jail, Senate reaches bipartisan deal on Russia sanctions, and more.
VICE Staff
6.13.17
Scene Reports

Dhaka's Extreme Metal Scene Worships the Old School

Bangladesh's most densely populated city also boasts its highest concentration of killer death, black, and thrash metal bands.
Joe Henley
5.15.17
worker rights

Garment Factories in Bangladesh Are Trying on Gender Equality for Size

Four years after the collapse of Rana Plaza, the country's thriving ready made garment industry is starting to shine light on more than improved infrastructure.
Madeline Moitozo
4.25.17
courts

This court case could change how Canadian companies make your clothes overseas

A case in court this week could force Canadian companies to ensure factories in developing countries are safe
Hilary Beaumont
4.3.17
xi for independence

​A Play for Independence: The Forgotten Story of Bangladesh's Football Revolutionaries

In July 1971, at a dusty little stadium in India, a side representing the unrecognised nation of Bangladesh struck a meaningful blow for independence from Pakistan. This is their story.
Shirsho Dasgupta
3.20.17
News

A Canadian University Student Held Hostage in Bangladesh, Then Branded a Suspect, Is Almost Free

The family of Tahmid Khan says he's doing OK.
Tamara Khandaker
10.3.16
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