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More than 170 dead, thousands jailed after week of unrest in Bangladesh

Sandhills Express 23 Jul 2024
“Hospitals do not reveal the number of wounded and dead.”Smoke rises from burning vehicles after protesters set them on fire near the Disaster Management Directorate office, during protests against job quotas in Dhaka, Bangladesh, July 18, 2024.
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Bangladesh, protests are no longer about the quota system

Al Jazeera 23 Jul 2024
3) Police officers present in the sites where students were killed must be sacked. 4) Vice Chancellors of Dhaka, Jahangirnagar and Rajshahi universities must resign ... An older hospital in Dhaka did report more than 200 bodies being brought in.
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Government repatriates students from Bangladesh

Kuensel 22 Jul 2024
The Prime Minister’s Office yesterday announced that Drukair is operating a special flight today to repatriate students from Dhaka ... The Bhutanese embassy in Dhaka, along with other relevant agencies, is working on bringing the students back home.
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Bangladesh students to keep up protests despite scrapping of most quotas

Colorado Springs Gazette 22 Jul 2024
Several migrant workers gathered at the offices of an airline on Sunday to collect tickets booked online, while others collected at the office of a power distribution company in Dhaka's Tejgaon area to pay electricity bills in person.
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All Pakistani students in Bangladesh safe: FO

Dawn 21 Jul 2024
All Pakistani students in Bangladesh are safe and have been moved to safer locations, Foreign Office said on Saturday ... “Our mission in Dhaka is in contact with all students.
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BD calls army, enforces curfew to quell deadly countrywide protests

The News International 21 Jul 2024
Soldiers patrolled the deserted streets of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka on Saturday and the government ordered all offices and institutions to stay closed for two days after over 114 people were ...
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Bangladesh imposes curfew to curb deadly protests

NewstalkZB 21 Jul 2024
Soldiers have been patrolling the deserted streets of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka and the government ordered all offices and institutions to stay closed for two days after at least 114 people were ...
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Bangladesh army out in force as police fires on students protesting job quota

The News International 20 Jul 2024
"At least 150 police officers were admitted to hospital ... Staff at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital told AFP that another two police officers were killed on Saturday, while four people admitted to intensive care succumbed to their injuries.
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Bangladesh shuts offices, imposes curfew to curb deadly job quota protests

Colorado Springs Gazette 20 Jul 2024
DHAKA (Reuters) -Soldiers patrolled the deserted streets of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka on Saturday and the government ordered all offices and institutions to stay closed for two days after at least ...
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Bangladesh imposes strict curfew with a ’shoot-on-sight-order’ following deadly protests

Canoe 20 Jul 2024
DHAKA, ... Smoke rises from the burning vehicles after protesters set them on fire near the Disaster Management Directorate office, during the ongoing anti-quota protest in Dhaka on July 18, 2024.
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Bangladesh shuts offices for 2 days, imposes curfew to curb deadly protests

Voa News 20 Jul 2024
Dhaka, BangladeshSoldiers patrolled the deserted streets of the Bangladesh capital, Dhaka, on Saturday, and the government ordered all offices and institutions to stay closed for two days after at ...
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Bangladesh army out in force as police fire on demonstrators

The Peninsula 20 Jul 2024
Dhaka ... "At least 150 police officers were admitted to hospital ... Staff at the Dhaka Medical College Hospital told AFP that another two police officers were killed on Saturday, while four people admitted to intensive care succumbed to their injuries.
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Government to impose curfew, deploy army: 28 more killed as Bangladesh protesters storm prison

The News International 20 Jul 2024
Dhaka Metropolitan Police spokesman Faruk Hossain told AFP Hossain that officers had arrested Ruhul Kabir Rizvi Ahmed, one of the top leaders of the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party ...
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Bangladesh protests: Army out in force as police fire on demonstrators

Gulf News 20 Jul 2024
Dhaka ... At least 300 Bangladeshi police officers were injured during Friday clashes with demonstrators in multiple locations around the capital Dhaka, a police spokesman told AFP on Saturday. "At least 150 police officers were admitted to hospital.

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