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  1. Source: Amnesty Country: Bangladesh The Bangladeshi authorities risk exacerbating an already violent situation by giving police carte blanche to use excessive force in response to a recent wave of horrific ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  2. Bangladesh: Excessive Police Force Not the Answer to Horrific Petrol Bomb Attacks

    The Bangladeshi authorities risk exacerbating an already violent situation by giving police carte blanche to use excessive force in response to a recent wave of horrific petrol bomb attacks amid ... FULL ARTICLE AT Amnesty International USA

  1. The Bangladesh business community Wednesday urged Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and opposition leader Khaleda Zia to end the current political crisis which has led to a difficult economic situation. FULL ARTICLE AT Webindia123

  2. Hasina reaches out to grieving Khaleda; turned away from the gates

    Dhaka- Bangladesh’s Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who had gone to offer condolences on the sudden death of opposition leader Khaleda Zia’s youngest son, was turned away from the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Nation (Pakistan)

  3. Source: Reuters - AlertNet Country: Bangladesh By Ruma Paul DHAKA, Jan 24 (Reuters) - At least 34 people have died in Bangladesh and scores have been injured, most of them in firebomb ... FULL ARTICLE AT Relief Web

  1. Ex-Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia charged with 'masterminding' arson attack

    Bangladesh opposition leader Khaleda Zia has been charged by police of masterminding an arson attack on a bus that left 29 people injured, days after Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said ... FULL ARTICLE AT DNA India

  2. Battling Begums: Sheikh Hasina reaches out to grieving Khaleda Zia; turned away from the gates

    However, Hasina's aides reacted sharply to the apparent snub, calling the behaviour "inhumane". FULL ARTICLE AT The Indian Express

  3. Bangladesh's opposition leader Khaleda Zia Saturday left Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina waiting on her doorstep after she had come to offer her condolences following the sudden death of Zia ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Malaysian Insider

  4. At least 34 people have died in Bangladesh and scores have been injured, most of them in firebomb attacks, amid rising political unrest fuelled by a stand-off between Prime Minister ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Malaysian Insider

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Sheikh Hasina Wazed (Bengali: শেখ হাসিনা ওয়াজেদ Shekh Hasina Oajed) (born September 28, 1947) is a Bangladeshi politician and current Prime Minister of Bangladesh. She has been the President of the Awami League, a major political party, since 1981. She is the eldest of five children of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the founding father (and first president) of Bangladesh. Sheikh Hasina's party defeated... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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