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Media report that, since 1 April, over 78,000 Bangladeshi migrant workers have returned home after losing their jobs overseas. In response, the government has formed a Tk700 crore fund which aims to rehabilitate and re-employ migrant workers amidst the coronavirus pandemic. According to government authorities, workers and their families will be provided with humanitarian assistance, including financial aid. Meanwhile, IOM Bangladesh has published avideoexpressing that migrant workers are facing different challenges due to COVID-19, such as unemployment and health issues. IOM reports that it will provide migrant workers who have returned to Bangladesh with financial aid, training and recognition of skills that workers have already acquired. Ministry of Justice spokesperson, responded to the 79 civil society organisations that called for the release of protesters who were detained earlier this month for demanding the release of union leader Rong Chhun