Midday brief, June 19, 2017
04:17 PM, June 19, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 10:00 PM, June 19, 2017

STAR DAY at a GLANCE | Monday 19th June, 2017

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Good evening, readers! How are you doing today? Here are the headlines on June 19, 2017

National

Muhith comes under fire in parliament

‘Man killed in London mosque attack Bangladeshi’

Rice can be imported without deposit

Journo killing: Shahzadpur mayor Miru suspended

Online media to go under Nat’l Commission

AL govt high-ups ordered attack on Fakhrul: BNP

In photos: Rain in Dhaka

Motive behind attack on Fakhrul to be known after probe: Minister

Ruling MP wants to allow vote against budget

Surprise loved ones with self-made gifts this Eid

Govt to build statue to show hatred to Pakistani collaborators

Rain and sufferings to continue for a while

Teenager made victim of brutality, taken to DMCH

4 killed in Gopalganj road crash

Musa Ibrahim thanks everyone after rescue

9 charged with war crimes

Banani rape indictment hearing Jul 9

3 of a family electrocuted at Lalbagh

‘Gunfight’: 2 killed in B’Baria, Jessore

Sylhet rail link with Dhaka, Ctg restored

International

Google intensifies campaign against online extremism

Car explodes after hitting police van in Paris

Presumed death toll in London tower blaze rises to 79

BJP backs Ram Nath Kovind for president of India

Lightning kills 5 in Faridpur

London attacker screamed 'going to kill all Muslims'

Muslim girl found murdered in US after abduction

The kite flying festival in Denmark

NKorea: Diplomatic delegation mugged at JFK

China freezes 1,000 bank accounts

France's Macron wins strong parliamentary majority

2 dead as gunmen attack resort outside Mali capital

Man arrested for killing teen in US

Sports

Warner hints at boycott of Bangladesh tours

Bangladesh drop to seventh in ICC ODI rankings

Afghanistan and Ireland eye Test Status

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