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Monthly Archives: July 2017

Human Trafficking from Bangladesh: Kingpins remain unpunished

Trafficking cases filed against 1,355 in Cox's Bazar; not a single one disposed of. In the last five years, as many as 2,733 people have been rescued from the clutches of human traffickers in Cox's Bazar. And 242 cases were filed against some 1,355 people over the incidents. However, not a single one has been disposed of. Ninety-two of the cases are now under trial amid a backlog at a special tribunal, which mainly deals with women and children repression

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Undocumented Bangladeshis to be ‘rehired’

Malaysia has given assurance to allow all the Bangladeshi workers staying illegally in the country to legalise their status under the current 'rehiring programme' which will continue till December 31. Malaysian Immigration authorities have also said that they would not go for crackdown on illegal foreign workers, including the Bangladeshis, to facilitate them to register under the rehiring process. The assurance came from the Director General of

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1,266 Bangladeshis in Malaysia arrested in crackdown

Source: Md Owasim Uddin Bhuyan, New Age, Bangladesh The number of arrested undocumented Bangladeshi workers in Malaysia rose to 1,266 till Sunday as the country continued its crackdown on illegal foreign workers since June 30. A total of 3,506 illegal workers have been rounded up by Malaysian Immigration Department during the Ops Mega conducted nationwide, according to The Star, Malaysian daily published the news on Sunday. The crackdown started

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Closing Ceremony of NdM Training Program Held in the German Chancellery 
NdM, Bundeskanzler, Amt, Berlin

Berlin, June 25 (NdM/BASUG):  The closing ceremony of the year long trainee program of the New German Media Professionals (NdM) for 2016-2017 young journalists was held in a royal atmosphere in the German Chancellery in Berlin on Tuesday. A total of 25 young media professionals with migration background were mentored with the senior German media colleagues for one year and they had the opportunities to sit and discuss on different professional and

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