Samina Akhter

Samina Akhter is a Dhaka-based author and columnist.

More Aid Needed for the Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

In 2017, more than 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh to escape the army's massacre and brutal repression in Rakhine State, Myanmar. Currently, more than...

Biden Splits Afghan Reserve Despite Need for Immediate Aid

Recently President Joe Biden issued an executive order of unfreezing of $7 billion of Afghan Central Bank funds held in the United States, releasing...

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