US approves emergency sale of tank shells to Israel
Rights advocates express concern over the sale, saying it doesn't align with Washington's effort to press Israel to minimise civilian casualties in Palestine
He was in charge of law, justice and parliamentary affairs, among others, during his tenure in the 2007-2008 caretaker government
COP28 President Sultan al-Jaber told nations to speed up their work to find a final deal
He is accused of threatening politicians and abusing his wife in two cases
The TV channel accused him of spot-fixing after his bizarre dismissal for obstructing the field in the second Test against New Zealand
The Jhalakathi-2 candidate allegedly engaged in a campaign programme ahead of the designated time
The tally of infections this year stands at 316,773, and the death toll rises to 1,652