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What Does COVID-19 Mean for Terrorism in Bangladesh? 
June 04, 2020

What Does COVID-19 Mean for Terrorism in Bangladesh? 

By Shafi Md Mostofa
How the pandemic intersects with challenges of Islamist radicalization for Bangladesh.

The Battles That Can Cost South Asia the War Against COVID-19
April 30, 2020

The Battles That Can Cost South Asia the War Against COVID-19

By Said Sabir Ibrahimi and Syed Mafiz Kamal
Communal tensions, misinformation, and poverty: across South Asia, governments are facing similar issues in their COVID-19 responses.
Bangladesh Is Suppressing Free Speech During the COVID-19 Pandemic
April 29, 2020

Bangladesh Is Suppressing Free Speech During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By AKM Wahiduzzaman
The crackdown on dissent during the crisis is part of a larger pattern from the Awami League government.

The COVID-19 Catastrophe in Bangladesh
April 29, 2020

The COVID-19 Catastrophe in Bangladesh

By Sudha Ramachandran
The virus risks plunging Bangladesh into social, economic, and political turmoil -- not to mention the public health crisis.

‘Quarantined to Starvation’: A Bangladeshi Sex Worker’s Struggles Amid the COVID-19 Lockdown
April 24, 2020

‘Quarantined to Starvation’: A Bangladeshi Sex Worker’s Struggles Amid the COVID-19 Lockdown

By Maliha
A Bangladeshi sex worker fears for herself and her family without the prospect of work during the lockdown.

Will the Pandemic Derail Bangladesh’s Economic Growth?
April 18, 2020

Will the Pandemic Derail Bangladesh’s Economic Growth?

By Anand Kumar
Yes, but how bad it gets depends on what Dhaka does and how the world progresses against the coronavirus.

Bangladesh Garment Makers Say $3 Billion in Orders Lost to Virus
March 31, 2020

Bangladesh Garment Makers Say $3 Billion in Orders Lost to Virus

By Associated Press
Order cancellations and the failure of buyers to pay for canceled shipments is a blow to Bangladeshi garment workers.
Coronavirus and Rohingya Refugee Camps
March 30, 2020

Coronavirus and Rohingya Refugee Camps

By Ana Salvá
The first confirmed case in Cox’s Bazar, on March 24, is a serious concern for aid workers.

Bangladesh’s Leader Urges All Citizens to Stay at Home to Slow Virus Spread
March 26, 2020

Bangladesh’s Leader Urges All Citizens to Stay at Home to Slow Virus Spread

By Associated Press
Dhaka is wary of an outbreak, but hasn’t yet instituted formal lockdown procedures as seen in neighboring India.

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