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A harrowing look at refugees fleeing “ethnic cleansing” in Myanmar was on display at The Brick Lane Gallery last weekend.

A festival of Bengali culture organised with the Bangladesh community is being staged at the Museum of London Docklands at the end of the month.

The date has been set for the summer’s annual Boishakhi Mela festival in Bethnal Green for Bengali music and culture and keeping it firmly in its East End roots.

The Met Police failed to consider a raft of 27 files of damning corruption evidence against Tower Hamlets ex-mayor Lutfur Rahman over election fraud and malpractice in public office, a solicitors’ tribunal report concludes.

Abdul Ahad is off to the Indian sub-continent to show them how Brick Lane makes curry.

The former London APSA, Manor Youth and Westferry Youth boss started work in Malaysia this week and he’s excited about the opportunity

A mixture of young and old Beanibazar Sporting Club players joined Sylhet rivals Bishwanath East London to take part in a football game to support a cancer charity.

Government minister Alistair Burt has been quizzed by schoolchildren from east London about Britain’s support for refugees in war-torn areas abroad.

Cricket: Foster extends Essex career

Friday, November 10, 2017

Essex County Cricket Club have announced that James Foster has signed a one-year contract extension, keeping him at the club until the conclusion of the 2018 campaign.

Sporting Bengal rolled back the years as the renowned Tower Hamlets club paraded an array of legends for a charitable cause.

For centuries London has been a beacon for those seeking to carve a better life for themselves, whether economic migrants hoping for a change in circumstances, or refugees fleeing terrible wars.

Stepney FC have been crowned champions of the Bangladesh Football Association Sonali Bank Cup for the first-time ever.

Police recruits are being stepped up with local authority funding in the aftermath of acid attacks on the streets of east London.

The government is being urged to take action against the Burmese regime over the refugee crisis caused by “the silent genocide” of Rohingya Muslims, a public solidarity meeting in Whitechapel heard.

An exhibition of powerful photographs showing acid attack survivors as they rebuild their lives is aiming to reshape the way others look at people with severe facial scaring.

This is the lethal ‘face melter’ acid that can burn and maim people in seconds - and has been used in a wave of shocking attacks across the capital.

Kent claim Natwest T20 Blast bragging rights

Essex Eagles eager for Kent trip

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Tamim set for Natwest T20 Blast bow at Beckenham

Bangladesh batsman to play eight matches for county

Middlesex and Essex bowlers hoping to impress

Preparations for the biggest celebration of the Bengali New Year in Europe are under way in east London with less than a fortnight to go.

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