- BD needs assistance from IFC in bigger way: Muhith
- Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant: Bangladesh, Russia ink protocol to amend partnership deal
- Ecnec clears Tk 3,825.34 crore project to procure 1.5 lakh EVMs
- PM seeks India’s continued support for Bangladesh’s development
- Bangladeshi scientist leads discovery of novel quantum state of matter
- Rohingya influx puts biodiversity at risk in Cox’s Bazar: UN report
- Myanmar military brutality against Rohingya 'hard to fathom': UN investigator
- Shakib not returning home, wife responds to rumours
- 7, including Bangladeshi, die of suspected alcohol poisoning
- BNP leader Sohel held
Humanity cries at the sea
BdChronicle's Special Photo Feature (Md. Saiful Islam):
Hundreds of Bangladeshi and Rohingya Muslims were rescued off the coasts of Indonesia and Malaysia after being dumped by human traffickers.
They were seemed moribund for the lack of foods, pure water when Malaysia and Indonesian coasts rescue them.
A boat that carried Rohingya migrants for three months is seen at Langkawi island
Hunderds of Ruhingya and Bangladeshi migrants are floating in the Bay of Bengal.
A wooden fishing boat carrying an estimated 400 Bangladeshi and Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar is adrift in the Andaman Sea off the island of Koh Lipe. New York Times journalist Thomas Fuller said the migrants pleaded desperately as he and other journalists approached the boat, crying: "Please help us! I have no water! Please give me water!"
A women migrant is weeping for the help of food. Her innocent baby's helpless look remind us- Where is Humanity?
Do you realize what life is? have you ever seen life is floating on aerial? if not, please keep your eyes on this photo.
Thousands of migrants including women and babies have been abandoned at sea by smugglers following a Thai crackdown on human trafficking.
"Please give us chance to live, save our life. we want to live."
Thai fishermen give supplies to migrants on a boat drifting 17km (10 miles) off the coast of Koh Lipe
Migrants swim to collect food supplies dropped by a Thai army helicopter into the Andaman sea
Migrants pass food supplies dropped by a Thai army helicopter to others aboard a boat drifting in the Andaman sea
Ceaseless struggle for saving life
migrants who arrived in Indonesia by boat with other Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants sleeps on the floor of a temporary shelter at Kuala Langsa in Indonesia's Aceh Province, May 15, 2015.
Migrant who arrived in Indonesia by boat rest inside a shelter in Kuala Langsa in Indonesia's Aceh Province, May 15, 2015
An Indonesian policeman distributes used clothes to migrants inside a shelter in Lhoksukon, Indonesia's Aceh Province
Indonesian rescue team members distribute food to the migrants in Aceh.
Migrants rest inside a shelter after being rescued from boats at Lhoksukon in Indonesia's Aceh Province
Newly arrived Bangladeshi migrants pour water on the head of a man who had fainted at Kuala Langsa Port in Langsa, Aceh province, Indonesia, on Friday
Bangladeshi migrants wait at the police headquarters in Langkawi after landing on Malaysian shores
A Rohingya child sleeps on pile of used clothes inside a shelter in Lhoksukon, Aceh province, Indonesia
Searching the mean of life through the window’s frame...
Migrants rest on the floor of a shelter in Lhoksukon, Indonesia's Aceh Province
Md Shafiqual shows his Bangladeshi identification card at the police headquarters in Langkawi, Malaysia
A Rohingya refugee carries a fellow refugee to an ambulance after 600 migrants were rescued from four boats off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province
Samsidah Begom binti Abdul Syukur cries as she makes a phone call to her son in Malaysia from a shelter in Lhoksukon, Aceh province, Indonesia
Rohingya and Bangladeshi migrants are thought to be stranded on boats without adequate food, water or sanitation
A young Rohingya boy waits along with other migrants at a temporary detention centre in Langkawi
A Rohingya child is examined by a Malaysian medical team on Langkawi island, in Malaysia's northern state of Kedah.
migrants wait at the police headquarters in Langkawi after landing on Malaysian shores
Human remains are retrieved from a mass grave at a rubber plantation in Thailand's southern Songkhla province.