Mohammad Ali Jinnat | The Daily Star
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  • Armed police battalions take charge of Rohingya camps in Cox’s Bazar

    Two special police battalions, formed to ensure security of Rohingyas, have finally taken over the responsibility to ensure law and order inside the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar.
  • 30 drug dealers to surrender today

    At least 30 top drug dealers, who have been in police’s “safe house” for the last seven months, are set to surrender in Cox’s Bazar today.
  • 96 ‘robbers, arms dealers’ surrender

    With one police jeep in front and another behind, three buses carried 96 arms makers and dealers along with robbers to Kalarmarchhara Union Parishad ground in Maheshkhali so that they surrender before Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan.
  • Stage set for surrender of 150 criminals

    Three microbuses with tinted windows and no number plates entered the Cox’s Bazar Police Lines, escorted by four police vans on November 8.
  • Distrust holds them back

    The failure of the second attempt to begin repatriating the Rohingyas has once again exposed Myanmar’s lack of sincerity, experts said. Rohingyas say Myanmar has not taken into consideration any of their core demands -- guarantee of citizenship, recognition as an