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Blast injures three in Bangladesh

ASIA: A homemade bomb has exploded near a Muslim shrine in Bangladesh, injuring at least three people. The explosion reportedly happened during a religious gathering at the Mou Raja shrine, in the Habiganj district in the north-east of the country. There was no immediate word on who planted the bomb or why. In August last year, several small bombs went off near a shrine in eastern Brahmanbaria district, killing one worshipper and injuring many others. No one has yet claimed responsibility for the blast, a local police official told the Associated Press news agency. Full Story

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