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  • #BREAKING Hundreds of Shahed-136s are on their way to target Israel!
  • "মুছে যাক গ্লানি, ঘুচে যাক জরা,
অগ্নিস্নানে শুচি হোক ধরা"

শুভ নববর্ষ- ১৪৩১
  • #News A hacker group called "Cyber Avengers," reportedly linked to Iran, has claimed responsibility for causing widespread blackouts in Israel. Cities like Tel Aviv and Netanya were affected. The group accuses Israeli authorities of downplaying the incidents as technical issues while suggesting they've lost control over their electrical systems.

The hackers warned of more powerful cyber-attacks on important Israeli infrastructure, asserting their influence.
  • As soon as the call to prayer was aired, the Israeli army bombed the minaret of the mosque in the Al-Nuseirat refugee camp in the center of Gaza Strip.
  • Berlin police stopped a pro-Palestine conference shortly after it began because one speaker, Salman Abu Sitta, faced a ban on political activities in Germany. They were worried he might speak again and had previously made comments considered anti-Semitic. The conference, attended by around 250 people, was canceled citing safety reasons.

One of the main speakers, Ghassan Abu Sittah, was denied entry to Germany. He said the government prevented him from attending, despite his credentials as a doctor who had volunteered in Gaza during conflicts. Abu Sittah and organizers argued there was no legal basis for his exclusion.

Abu Sittah believes his exclusion is an attempt to silence witnesses to the Gaza conflict, especially since Germany is being accused of aiding genocide in Gaza by selling arms to Israel. Germany is a major supplier of military equipment to Israel, according to data from the Economy Ministry.
  • Six people, including a nine-month-old baby, were killed, and several others were injured when a knife-wielding attacker went on a rampage through a busy shopping center in Sydney. 

Australian police responded quickly, and a policewoman shot and killed the assailant, who remains unidentified.

The incident occurred at the Westfield Bondi Junction mall, where many shoppers were present. Police confirmed the deaths of five women and one man, with the baby undergoing emergency surgery. 

Although the attacker is believed to be a 40-year-old man known to law enforcement, his identity has not been confirmed.

Authorities downplayed suggestions of terrorism, indicating that the attacker likely acted alone. Eight injured individuals, including the baby, were taken to hospitals across Sydney, with all suffering from traumatic injuries.

Security camera footage showed the attacker, wearing an Australian rugby league jersey, wielding a large knife inside the shopping center. Eyewitnesses described scenes of panic, with people seeking shelter in shops and helping each other to safety.

#sydney #Australia #westfield
  • The Taliban administration in Afghanistan has started a program to return properties seized from Hindu and Sikh minorities by warlords during previous regimes. This move aims to address the displacement and marginalization these communities have faced for a long time. 

The initiative involves returning properties to their rightful owners, including Narender Singh Khalsa, a former Afghan parliament member representing Hindus and Sikhs, who has returned from Canada. 

A special commission, led by the Afghan Minister of Justice, has been set up to oversee this process. The Taliban spokesperson confirmed the return of properties, including Khalsa's. This development follows the mass departure of Sikhs and Hindus from Afghanistan after the Taliban regained power in August 2021. 

#Bangladesh #trending #News #fyp #India #Taliban #Afghanistan #Kabul #Land #Hindus #Sikhs #Minority #Muslim
  • #News A direct flight from Tel Aviv, Israel, landed at Dhaka's Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Eid day (April 11) around 7:55 pm, sparking confusion among people. The flight was operated by National Airlines and took about 6 hours to reach Dhaka on a Boeing 747-400 aircraft.

National Airlines has previously flown to Bangladesh to transport cargo. Usually, empty planes travel from Israel to pick up goods in Bangladesh, which are then taken to the Middle East and Europe. This particular flight from Israel to Dhaka was primarily to pick up garments from the RMG industry.

The Hazrat Shahjalal Airport Executive Director clarified that although the flight originated from Israel, it did not carry any goods or passengers to Dhaka. It was a cargo flight registered in the United States, operating under the air service agreement between Bangladesh and the US, which includes the Open Skies option.

The cargo flights only transported garments from Bangladesh to destinations like Sharjah and other European countries. Two top intelligence agencies inspected the planes, confirming that any airline, including National Airlines, can fly to Bangladesh under the existing agreements.

It's worth noting that Bangladesh does not have diplomatic relations with Israel, and Bangladeshi passport holders are prohibited from traveling there. Bangladesh is among the 28 countries that have not recognized Israel at the United Nations.

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  • Sierra Leone is facing a severe crisis due to the widespread abuse of a highly addictive substance called xylazine, also known as "tranq" or "Kush." President Julius Maada Bio has declared a national emergency in response to this issue. The drug, often referred to as the "Zombie Drug," has led to disturbing incidents where addicts have been digging up graves to extract human bones for its production. Security at cemeteries has been increased to prevent further desecration.

The President described the drug as a "death trap" and highlighted its grave threat to the nation. The Sierra Leone Psychiatric Hospital has seen a shocking 4,000% increase in admissions related to Kush abuse from 2020 to 2023.

To address this crisis, President Bio announced the formation of a National Task Force on Drugs and Substance Abuse. The drug has been a major concern in Sierra Leone for years, with the country's only functioning drug rehabilitation center in Freetown reporting that a significant majority of its patients are being treated for problems related to Kush.

Xylazine, the main component of the "Zombie Drug," is a sedative initially meant for veterinary use but has found its way into illegal drug supplies in various countries, including the US. It is often mixed with substances like cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl to enhance their effects or increase their street value. This mixture can induce a hypnotic, zombie-like state in users, leading to severe health complications such as sedation, respiratory depression, and potentially fatal infections from untreated wounds.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns of the life-threatening risks associated with xylazine, noting that while Naloxone can reverse the effects of opioids, it does not counteract xylazine. Immediate medical intervention is crucial in cases of overdose to address the severe depressant effects of the drug on the central nervous system.

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#BREAKING Hundreds of Shahed-136s are on their way to target Israel!
#BREAKING Hundreds of Shahed-136s are on their way to target Israel!
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"মুছে যাক গ্লানি, ঘুচে যাক জরা, অগ্নিস্নানে শুচি হোক ধরা" শুভ নববর্ষ- ১৪৩১
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#News A hacker group called "Cyber Avengers," reportedly linked to Iran, has claimed responsibility for causing widespread blackouts in Israel. Cities like Tel Aviv and Netanya were affected. The group accuses Israeli authorities of downplaying the incidents as technical issues while suggesting they've lost control over their electrical systems.

The hackers warned of more powerful cyber-attacks on important Israeli infrastructure, asserting their influence.
#News A hacker group called "Cyber Avengers," reportedly linked to Iran, has claimed responsibility for causing widespread blackouts in Israel. Cities like Tel Aviv and Netanya were affected. The group accuses Israeli authorities of downplaying the incidents as technical issues while suggesting they've lost control over their electrical systems.

The hackers warned of more powerful cyber-attacks on important Israeli infrastructure, asserting their influence.
#News A hacker group called "Cyber Avengers," reportedly linked to Iran, has claimed responsibility for causing widespread blackouts in Israel. Cities like Tel Aviv and Netanya were affected. The group accuses Israeli authorities of downplaying the incidents as technical issues while suggesting they've lost control over their electrical systems. The hackers warned of more powerful cyber-attacks on important Israeli infrastructure, asserting their influence.
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As soon as the call to prayer was aired, the Israeli army bombed the minaret of the mosque in the Al-Nuseirat refugee camp in the center of Gaza Strip.
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Berlin police stopped a pro-Palestine conference shortly after it began because one speaker, Salman Abu Sitta, faced a ban on political activities in Germany. They were worried he might speak again and had previously made comments considered anti-Semitic. The conference, attended by around 250 people, was canceled citing safety reasons. One of the main speakers, Ghassan Abu Sittah, was denied entry to Germany. He said the government prevented him from attending, despite his credentials as a doctor who had volunteered in Gaza during conflicts. Abu Sittah and organizers argued there was no legal basis for his exclusion. Abu Sittah believes his exclusion is an attempt to silence witnesses to the Gaza conflict, especially since Germany is being accused of aiding genocide in Gaza by selling arms to Israel. Germany is a major supplier of military equipment to Israel, according to data from the Economy Ministry.
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Six people, including a nine-month-old baby, were killed, and several others were injured when a knife-wielding attacker went on a rampage through a busy shopping center in Sydney. 

Australian police responded quickly, and a policewoman shot and killed the assailant, who remains unidentified.

The incident occurred at the Westfield Bondi Junction mall, where many shoppers were present. Police confirmed the deaths of five women and one man, with the baby undergoing emergency surgery. 

Although the attacker is believed to be a 40-year-old man known to law enforcement, his identity has not been confirmed.

Authorities downplayed suggestions of terrorism, indicating that the attacker likely acted alone. Eight injured individuals, including the baby, were taken to hospitals across Sydney, with all suffering from traumatic injuries.

Security camera footage showed the attacker, wearing an Australian rugby league jersey, wielding a large knife inside the shopping center. Eyewitnesses described scenes of panic, with people seeking shelter in shops and helping each other to safety.

#sydney #Australia #westfield
Six people, including a nine-month-old baby, were killed, and several others were injured when a knife-wielding attacker went on a rampage through a busy shopping center in Sydney. Australian police responded quickly, and a policewoman shot and killed the assailant, who remains unidentified. The incident occurred at the Westfield Bondi Junction mall, where many shoppers were present. Police confirmed the deaths of five women and one man, with the baby undergoing emergency surgery. Although the attacker is believed to be a 40-year-old man known to law enforcement, his identity has not been confirmed. Authorities downplayed suggestions of terrorism, indicating that the attacker likely acted alone. Eight injured individuals, including the baby, were taken to hospitals across Sydney, with all suffering from traumatic injuries. Security camera footage showed the attacker, wearing an Australian rugby league jersey, wielding a large knife inside the shopping center. Eyewitnesses described scenes of panic, with people seeking shelter in shops and helping each other to safety. #sydney #Australia #westfield
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The Taliban administration in Afghanistan has started a program to return properties seized from Hindu and Sikh minorities by warlords during previous regimes. This move aims to address the displacement and marginalization these communities have faced for a long time. 

The initiative involves returning properties to their rightful owners, including Narender Singh Khalsa, a former Afghan parliament member representing Hindus and Sikhs, who has returned from Canada. 

A special commission, led by the Afghan Minister of Justice, has been set up to oversee this process. The Taliban spokesperson confirmed the return of properties, including Khalsa's. This development follows the mass departure of Sikhs and Hindus from Afghanistan after the Taliban regained power in August 2021. 

#Bangladesh #trending #News #fyp #India #Taliban #Afghanistan #Kabul #Land #Hindus #Sikhs #Minority #Muslim
The Taliban administration in Afghanistan has started a program to return properties seized from Hindu and Sikh minorities by warlords during previous regimes. This move aims to address the displacement and marginalization these communities have faced for a long time. The initiative involves returning properties to their rightful owners, including Narender Singh Khalsa, a former Afghan parliament member representing Hindus and Sikhs, who has returned from Canada. A special commission, led by the Afghan Minister of Justice, has been set up to oversee this process. The Taliban spokesperson confirmed the return of properties, including Khalsa's. This development follows the mass departure of Sikhs and Hindus from Afghanistan after the Taliban regained power in August 2021. #Bangladesh #trending #News #fyp #India #Taliban #Afghanistan #Kabul #Land #Hindus #Sikhs #Minority #Muslim
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#News A direct flight from Tel Aviv, Israel, landed at Dhaka's Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Eid day (April 11) around 7:55 pm, sparking confusion among people. The flight was operated by National Airlines and took about 6 hours to reach Dhaka on a Boeing 747-400 aircraft.

National Airlines has previously flown to Bangladesh to transport cargo. Usually, empty planes travel from Israel to pick up goods in Bangladesh, which are then taken to the Middle East and Europe. This particular flight from Israel to Dhaka was primarily to pick up garments from the RMG industry.

The Hazrat Shahjalal Airport Executive Director clarified that although the flight originated from Israel, it did not carry any goods or passengers to Dhaka. It was a cargo flight registered in the United States, operating under the air service agreement between Bangladesh and the US, which includes the Open Skies option.

The cargo flights only transported garments from Bangladesh to destinations like Sharjah and other European countries. Two top intelligence agencies inspected the planes, confirming that any airline, including National Airlines, can fly to Bangladesh under the existing agreements.

It's worth noting that Bangladesh does not have diplomatic relations with Israel, and Bangladeshi passport holders are prohibited from traveling there. Bangladesh is among the 28 countries that have not recognized Israel at the United Nations.

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#News A direct flight from Tel Aviv, Israel, landed at Dhaka's Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on Eid day (April 11) around 7:55 pm, sparking confusion among people. The flight was operated by National Airlines and took about 6 hours to reach Dhaka on a Boeing 747-400 aircraft. National Airlines has previously flown to Bangladesh to transport cargo. Usually, empty planes travel from Israel to pick up goods in Bangladesh, which are then taken to the Middle East and Europe. This particular flight from Israel to Dhaka was primarily to pick up garments from the RMG industry. The Hazrat Shahjalal Airport Executive Director clarified that although the flight originated from Israel, it did not carry any goods or passengers to Dhaka. It was a cargo flight registered in the United States, operating under the air service agreement between Bangladesh and the US, which includes the Open Skies option. The cargo flights only transported garments from Bangladesh to destinations like Sharjah and other European countries. Two top intelligence agencies inspected the planes, confirming that any airline, including National Airlines, can fly to Bangladesh under the existing agreements. It's worth noting that Bangladesh does not have diplomatic relations with Israel, and Bangladeshi passport holders are prohibited from traveling there. Bangladesh is among the 28 countries that have not recognized Israel at the United Nations. . . #Dhaka #Bangladesh #fyp #trending
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Sierra Leone is facing a severe crisis due to the widespread abuse of a highly addictive substance called xylazine, also known as "tranq" or "Kush." President Julius Maada Bio has declared a national emergency in response to this issue. The drug, often referred to as the "Zombie Drug," has led to disturbing incidents where addicts have been digging up graves to extract human bones for its production. Security at cemeteries has been increased to prevent further desecration.

The President described the drug as a "death trap" and highlighted its grave threat to the nation. The Sierra Leone Psychiatric Hospital has seen a shocking 4,000% increase in admissions related to Kush abuse from 2020 to 2023.

To address this crisis, President Bio announced the formation of a National Task Force on Drugs and Substance Abuse. The drug has been a major concern in Sierra Leone for years, with the country's only functioning drug rehabilitation center in Freetown reporting that a significant majority of its patients are being treated for problems related to Kush.

Xylazine, the main component of the "Zombie Drug," is a sedative initially meant for veterinary use but has found its way into illegal drug supplies in various countries, including the US. It is often mixed with substances like cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl to enhance their effects or increase their street value. This mixture can induce a hypnotic, zombie-like state in users, leading to severe health complications such as sedation, respiratory depression, and potentially fatal infections from untreated wounds.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns of the life-threatening risks associated with xylazine, noting that while Naloxone can reverse the effects of opioids, it does not counteract xylazine. Immediate medical intervention is crucial in cases of overdose to address the severe depressant effects of the drug on the central nervous system.

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#News #Bangladesh #Dhaka #Zombie #Drug #People #SierraLeone
Sierra Leone is facing a severe crisis due to the widespread abuse of a highly addictive substance called xylazine, also known as "tranq" or "Kush." President Julius Maada Bio has declared a national emergency in response to this issue. The drug, often referred to as the "Zombie Drug," has led to disturbing incidents where addicts have been digging up graves to extract human bones for its production. Security at cemeteries has been increased to prevent further desecration. The President described the drug as a "death trap" and highlighted its grave threat to the nation. The Sierra Leone Psychiatric Hospital has seen a shocking 4,000% increase in admissions related to Kush abuse from 2020 to 2023. To address this crisis, President Bio announced the formation of a National Task Force on Drugs and Substance Abuse. The drug has been a major concern in Sierra Leone for years, with the country's only functioning drug rehabilitation center in Freetown reporting that a significant majority of its patients are being treated for problems related to Kush. Xylazine, the main component of the "Zombie Drug," is a sedative initially meant for veterinary use but has found its way into illegal drug supplies in various countries, including the US. It is often mixed with substances like cocaine, heroin, and fentanyl to enhance their effects or increase their street value. This mixture can induce a hypnotic, zombie-like state in users, leading to severe health complications such as sedation, respiratory depression, and potentially fatal infections from untreated wounds. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns of the life-threatening risks associated with xylazine, noting that while Naloxone can reverse the effects of opioids, it does not counteract xylazine. Immediate medical intervention is crucial in cases of overdose to address the severe depressant effects of the drug on the central nervous system. . . #News #Bangladesh #Dhaka #Zombie #Drug #People #SierraLeone
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