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BANGLADESH
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June 28, 2004
Bangladeshi journalists wearing black masks march in silence during a protest in Dhaka on June 28, 2004....
Dhaka, Bangladesh
BANGLADESHI JOURNALISTS PROTEST KILLING OF COLLEAGUE IN DHAKA.
Bangladeshi journalists wearing black masks march in silence during a protest in Dhaka on June 28, 2004. The protest was held on Monday, against the killing of Humayun Kabir Balu - editor of Bengali-language daily Dainik Janmabhumi. The journalist was killed by a bomb attack by unidentified men in southwestern Khulna city on Sunday. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman NA/SH
BANGLADESH
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January 16, 2004
Bangladeshi journalists with a banner reading "stop persecution of journalists," march in Dhaka on January...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHI JOURNALISTS PROTEST COLLEAGUE'S DEATH IN BOMB ATTACK.
Bangladeshi journalists with a banner reading "stop persecution of journalists," march in Dhaka on January 16, 2004, to protest the death of a colleague in a bomb attack on Thursday. Senior journalist Manik Saha was killed when an unidentified assailant threw a bomb at him in the southwestern Khulna city on Thursday. REUTERS/Mohammad Shahidullah NA/TW
BANGLADESH POLLS
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April 25, 2002
A Bangladesh army soldier stands guard as voters queue up to cast their
votes at a polling centre during...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
SOLDIER STANDS GUARD DURING BANGLADESH CITY POLLS.
A Bangladesh army soldier stands guard as voters queue up to cast their
votes at a polling centre during a mayoral election in Dhaka on April
25, 2002. Mayoral elections are being held in Dhaka, Rajshahi and
Khulna cities on Thursday. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

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BANGLADESH POLLS
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April 18, 2002
Supporters of a candidate ride a bull-cart, an election symbol, during
a political rally in the Bangladesh...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHIS CAMPAIGN FOR FORTHCOMING MAYORAL ELECTIONS IN DHAKA.
Supporters of a candidate ride a bull-cart, an election symbol, during
a political rally in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka on April 18, 2002.
Mayoral elections will be held in the Bangladeshi cities of Dhaka,
Rajshahi and Khulna on April 25. Authorities have said the army would
be deployed ahead of the polls to tackle possible violence.
REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

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BANGLADESH POLLS
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April 17, 2002
A man on a horse carries an election symbol on an umbrella while
campaigning during mayoral elections...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHIS CAMPAIGN FOR FORTHCOMING MAYORAL ELECTIONS.
A man on a horse carries an election symbol on an umbrella while
campaigning during mayoral elections in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka on
April 17, 2002. Elections will be held in the cities of Dhaka, Rajshahi
and Khulna on April 25. Authorities said the army would be deployed
ahead of the polls to tackle possible violence in the non-party
elections. REUTERS/Mohammad Shahidullah

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BANGLADESH FISH
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November 27, 1999
A zoo official in Bangladesh's southwestrern Khula town shows November 27 a giant swordfish caught in...
Khulna, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
ZOO OFFICIAL DISPLAYS GIANT SWORDFISH IN KHULNA.
A zoo official in Bangladesh's southwestrern Khula town shows November 27 a giant swordfish caught in the Bay of Bengal couple of days ago. Thirty-five Bangladeshi fishermen on a trawler netted three giant swordfish weighing between half a tonne and 1.2 tonnes, the biggest ever haul they had in a lifetime. The three fish measured 19 feet, 18 feet and 13 feet, zoo officials said.

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ARMS BANGLADESH
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October 11, 1999
Police search the body of a passerby for explosives in Dhaka as part of a countrywide security alert...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
POLICE SEARCH PASSER-BY AS PART OF BOMB ALERT IN DHAKA.
Police search the body of a passerby for explosives in Dhaka as part of a countrywide security alert October 11. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina accused opposition parties on Sunday of planting explosives in their pursuit of power as a bomb scare hit the country. Two unexploded bombs were found in a mosque in Dhaka on Sunday. On Friday, two bombs went off in a mosque in the southern city of Khulna, killing six people and wounding about 30.

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