Monday, February 26, 2024

Survived, they tell of horrors

He was hungry and tired. Still, he refused the lunch provided by government officials at the airport yesterday. “When I survived without rice for over the last two weeks, I will not die to reach home,” said Sajeeb, who arrived at the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport from Libya yesterday

No food, water for Bangladeshis stranded on Libyan borders

527 expected to return today Several thousand Bangladesh nationals stranded on the borders of trouble-torn Libya and awaiting evacuation, ‘are exhausted and in urgent need of food, water and shelter’, according to the UN International Organization for Migration. At least 527 Bangladesh nationals, who have fled from violence in Libya, are scheduled to

101 fly in first from Libya

Recruiters shift hundreds of Bangladeshis to bordering countries; govt rules out wholesale evacuation A group of 101 Bangladeshi nationals returned from Libya via Istanbul yesterday afternoon with another 1,000 expected to arrive by next two or three days. And some 8,867 Bangladeshis, now stationed in different countries bordering Libya, are in the process to be ... Read more