A special tribunal in Bangladesh has sentenced seven members of a banned militant group to death for their involvement in an attack on a Dhaka cafe that killed more than 20 people.
Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan has been banned from all cricket for two years, with 12 months suspended, by the International Cricket Council after accepting three anti-corruption charges.
No sport has a monopoly on stupidity, but cricket too often punches above its weight when it comes to creating unbridled farce.
A year ago this morning, Scottish cricket was basking in glory and celebrating banner headlines after the national side’s dramatic ODI triumph over England in Edinburgh.
George Salmond can hardly believe that 20 years have passed since he led Scotland’s cricketers into their maiden World Cup foray.
Television presenter Konnie Huq said she has lost pride in her Bangladeshi homeland following the arrest of renowned photographer Shahidul Alam.
A man who was banished to Bangladesh after publicly attacking his brother was sentenced at Elgin Sheriff Court yesterday.
A Skye-based otter charity is arranging a training workshop in Bangladesh in a bid to prevent the creatures from being hunted to extinction.
An old friend of an Aberdeen man who was pictured in a recruiting video for jihadist group, Isis, has insisted he was not subjected to extremist views growing up in the north-east.
An old friend of an Aberdeen man who turned to terrorism last night said his “chances of survival are minimal” in the Middle East.
The Scot identified as one of three British Islamic militants who appear in a chilling terrorist recruiting video was described last night as "just one of the guys".