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Violence engulfs Bangladesh

At least 40 people were killed in Bangladesh as Is... more

An unidentified man lies on the road during a clash between the supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami, Bangladesh’s biggest Islamist party and police in Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Reuters
1/6An unidentified man lies on the road during a clash between the supporters of Jamaat-e-Islami, Bangladesh’s biggest Islamist party and police in Dinajpur, Bangladesh. Reuters
Jamaat-e-Islami supporters march with sticks and set fires in the street during a clash with police in Rajshahi north-west from Dhaka. AFP
2/6Jamaat-e-Islami supporters march with sticks and set fires in the street during a clash with police in Rajshahi north-west from Dhaka. AFP
A policeman uses a baton on an activist at Jatrabari in Dhaka. Jamaat-e-Islami was the leading coalition partner of former Premier Khaleda Zia’s Bangaldesh Nationalist Party. Reuters
3/6A policeman uses a baton on an activist at Jatrabari in Dhaka. Jamaat-e-Islami was the leading coalition partner of former Premier Khaleda Zia’s Bangaldesh Nationalist Party. Reuters
The wreckage of a three wheeler lies in front of a Bangladeshi police station in Gaibandha, Dhaka where Jamaat-e-Islami supporters killed three police personnel on 28 February 2013. AFP
4/6The wreckage of a three wheeler lies in front of a Bangladeshi police station in Gaibandha, Dhaka where Jamaat-e-Islami supporters killed three police personnel on 28 February 2013. AFP
Jamaat-e-Islami activists set up road blocks in Chittagong, Bangladesh protesting against the sentencing by special tribunals of those believed to have committed atrocities during Bangladesh’s war for independence from Pakistan. AP
5/6Jamaat-e-Islami activists set up road blocks in Chittagong, Bangladesh protesting against the sentencing by special tribunals of those believed to have committed atrocities during Bangladesh’s war for independence from Pakistan. AP
Police personnel march towards the activists during a clash in Rajshahi. In the 1971 civil war for independence, nearly three million people are believed to have lost their lives. Reuters
6/6Police personnel march towards the activists during a clash in Rajshahi. In the 1971 civil war for independence, nearly three million people are believed to have lost their lives. Reuters
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