At least 19 people are killed and 25 others are injured when their bus falls into a ditch in Madaripur District, Bangladesh.
Bangladesh reports its first cases of the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant in two female cricketers of the Bangladesh Cricket Team who travelled from Zimbabwe.
A Burundian UN peacekeeper is killed in a rebel ambush near Grimari in Ouaka, Central African Republic, acccording to MINUSCA. Two Bangladeshi peacekeepers are also wounded in the attack.
Bangladeshi home minister Asaduzzaman Khan meets with his Burmese counterpart, Kyaw Swe, in Dhaka to discuss the repatriation of Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh to Myanmar. The Burmese delegation accepts a list of 8,032 Rohingya refugees (1,673 families) who are to be repatriated.
Members of the 19th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit, scheduled to be held in Pakistan during November 2016, postpone the meeting following an Indian-led boycott, including Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan in response to Pakistan's alleged involvement in a deadly terrorist attack on an Indian Army base in Uri, Jammu and Kashmir, on September 18.
Professor Rezaul Karim Siddique is killed in the Bangladeshi city of Rajshahi in an ISIL attack.
A series of bomb blasts targeting Shia Muslims in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka kills at least one person and injures dozens more. Claims of responsibility by ISIS are discounted by Dhaka police who told AFP, "So far we have not found any link to any militant group."
A mob storms the central jail in Dimapur, India, and kills Farid Khan, an undocumented migrant from Bangladesh in custody as a rape suspect. The mob ransacks and destroys over 20 shops and torches ten vehicles including a police jeep.
A collision between a truck and a bus carrying Bangladeshi workers kills 22 people and injures 24 others in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
Trading on the Dhaka Stock Exchange in Bangladesh is halted after it fell by 9.25% in an hour; investors stage protests and clash with riot police.
Bangladesh authorities indefinitely shut down Dhaka's University of Engineering and Technology due to a student rampage which injures four people because of 2010 FIFA World Cup fever.