A "terrorist" suspected of attempting to hijack a flight bound for Dubai has been shot dead.Read the full story ›
About 50 other people were injured in the blaze in Dhaka.Read the full story ›
Kamal Hossain says the vote – which took place after deadly clashes – should be declared void.Read the full story ›
Child Rohingya refugees have described horrific scenes of killing and violence which forced them to flee their homes in Myanmar.Read the full story ›
The UN has described the treatment of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar as a 'textbook case of ethnic cleansing'.Read the full story ›
More than 550 people have been killed in flooding across northern India, Nepal and Bangladesh.Read the full story ›
Organiser, former model Bibi Russell, said: "I have seen the sparkle, the beauty, I wanted to show you that."Read the full story ›
Mehedi Hasan ruthlessly exploited England's top-order deficiencies against spin to inspire Bangladesh to their most famous Test victoryRead the full story ›
Chris Woakes and Adil Rashid atoned for another England top-order shortfall before Bangladesh's batsmen hit back on another fluctuating day of this Test series.
After lurching to 69 for five and 144 for eight in response to Bangladesh's 220 all out, the tourists relied on a magnificent 99-run ninth-wicket stand between Woakes and Rashid to snatch a slender 24-run advantage at the halfway point of the second Test.
The deficit was easily wiped out thanks to Tamim Iqbal's early blitz while Imrul Kayes (59 not out) and Mahmudullah (47) kept the run-rate motoring along to steer Bangladesh into a decent position of 152 for three at the close in Dhaka.
Zafar Ansari took his first two Test wickets, including bowling Mahmudullah off the last ball of the day, but Bangladesh will begin Sunday with a handy 128-run advantage, and with seven wickets remaining.
- Watch day two highlights on ITV4 at 6pm this evening