The latest issue of a publication hawked by the militants includes a fresh account of the July attack in Dhaka, under Chowdhury's byline identifying him as former head of military and covert operations in Bangladesh.
Clashes erupted in the capital Libreville, with protesters setting the National Assembly building on fire on Wednesday night and riots breaking out in at least nine neighborhoods in the city on Thursday morning, according to Reuters.
The children were taken out of their homes in Canada, largely without the consent of their families or bands, and placed in non-Indigenous care from the 1960s to the 1980s, in a period now known as the Sixties Scoop.
"We reject the full veil — not just the burka but the other forms of full veil where only the eyes are visible," said Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere on Friday.
Three soldiers were killed and six others were wounded when a bomb hit a military vehicle in southeastern Turkey on Thursday, the latest incident of bloodshed.
Over the years, about 200 members of the US Army sought refuge in Canada over their objections to the war. Most either left voluntarily, or have been deported. But two dozen have hung on, battling for their sanctuary through the courts.
Mayor David Lisnard, who called the burkini "the uniform of extremist Islamism, not of the Muslim religion," cited public order concerns in light of the July terrorist attacks in nearby Nice and a Catholic church in northwest France.
On Wednesday, Sky News reported that a private military company called 'Wagner' — illegal under the Russian constitution — has been recruiting hundreds of men and flying them down to Syria on Russian military transport planes.
The UN called for an "immediate halt to the hostilities and, at a minimum, a two-day weekly humanitarian pause" to allow the city's crippled water and electrical networks to be repaired.
"This visit seems to me a new milestone in bilateral relations," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said before touching down in St. Petersburg.
The amount of undeclared or suspected criminal proceeds seized from Chinese travelers in Canada has more than doubled since 2013. Now, it represents 30 percent of all suspect money seized by Canadian authorities at airports.
On Thursday, the two men appeared in court as suspects in the massacre claimed by the Islamic State that left 22 people — mostly foreigners — dead.
Ontario's Special Investigations Unit was created as an independent civilian-run body that took investigations of police conduct out of the hands of police. But it's been slammed for secrecy and accused of protecting police.
In the two-week period following the attack on July 7, 467 people applied to work for the force. That’s 243 percent higher than during a similar period in the month prior.
Even though the Canadian government has promised to stop locking up migrants in provincial jails, the policy hasn't ended yet.
The decision also marked the first time Canada's Supreme Court referenced Instagram, Snapchat and Tinder in a ruling.
In a decision that has many comedians up-in-arms about freedom of speech, a Quebec tribunal has ordered comedian Mike Ward to pay tens of thousands of dollars for the suffering he caused one Quebec boy and his mother.
It's unclear how long the infants' remains had been kept in the locker, but court has heard that some of them had been so decayed that it was impossible to determine the causes of their deaths.
After huge revelations about the lengths that Russian athletes go to win, and avoid anti-doping tests, the athletic watchdog is calling for Russia to be kept out of the games altogether.
But the Center of Disease Control singled out four African countries — Chad, Djibouti, Eritrea, and Yemen — for being at greater risk if one of their athletes or travelers is infected with the virus during the upcoming games in Brazil.