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Striking protesters clash with police in Bangladesh

Police has fired tear gas and rubber bullets at opposition protesters in the capital as a nationwide strike over electoral reforms brought the country to a standstill. The clashes occurred after hundreds of supporters went on a rampage in Dhaka, smashing cars and torching a police vehicle, police said. “They hurled rocks at our officers and became unruly. We shot tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the unruly mob. Army officers were also deployed at the scene to prevent further violence,” local police chief Nasir Uddin said. Full Story

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