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August 14, 2004
Joynal, a physically-handicapped Bangladeshi street hawker, sells a pirated copy of former U.S. President...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Joynal, a physically-handicapped Bangladeshi street hawker, sells a pirated copy of former U.S. ...
Joynal, a physically-handicapped Bangladeshi street hawker, sells a pirated copy of former U.S. President Bill Clinton's best-selling book "My Life" in Dhaka. Twenty-five-year-old Joynal, a physically-handicapped Bangladeshi street hawker, sells a pirated copy of former U.S. President Bill Clinton's best-selling book "My Life" on a street in the Bangladeshi capital,Dhaka on August 14,2004. Taking advantage of regular traffic jams on Dhaka's crowded streets, hundreds of hawkers like Joynal move through cars and vans shouting "My Life" while selling the pirated autobiographies and making a living doing so. In Muslim-majority Bangladesh, where public discussion of sex is frowned upon, Clinton's recollection of his affair with Monica Lewinsky has made the pirated copies of his memoirs a bestseller. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
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