Saturday, April 13, 2024

Fraud alert from Libya

Govt urged to ensure proper screening as manpower cheats get active   Bangladesh embassy in Libya has asked for stringent government measures so that illegal manpower syndicates cannot send jobseekers to that country. The embassy sought such steps as it learnt that illegal syndicates have become active to send Bangladeshi workers to Egypt and Sudan ... Read more

Bangladesh mission looted in Tripoli

An armed gang last night looted valuables from the Bangladesh High Commission in Libyan capital Tripoli. They also abducted two women from just outside the high commission premises. “A group of miscreants carrying heavy arms and ammunition suddenly attacked the high commission and looted valuables from there,” an eyewitness told The Daily Star early

No massive evacuation now: minister

Expatriates’ welfare and overseas employment minister Khandker Mosharraf Hossain said on Sunday that the situation in Libya at the moment did not call for a massive evacuation of Bangladesh nationals trapped in the trouble-torn north African country. The government has, however, made all preparations for evacuation of Bangladeshis   from

2,000 Bangladeshis move out of Libya

Evacuation begins About 2,000 Bangladesh nationals have reached Egypt, Tunisia and Greece from trouble-torn Libya by road and ship, the government said Saturday. An additional 6,000 Bangladeshis are expected to leave Libya in a day or two, it said. Bangladesh has requested the international communities, including Egypt, Tunisia and

Govt contacts ICRC, IOM to help stranded Bangladeshis in Libya

The government has contacted with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and International Organization for Migration (IOM) to take measures to protect and evacuate, if necessary, Bangladesh nationals stranded in politically volatile Libya, a senior foreign ministry official on Wednesday said. ‘I have contacted the Libyan Red Crescent Society for ensuring safety and security ... Read more