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Police recovered abandoned 23 petrol bombs in a location opposite of Malibagh Super market, in the capital, Thursday morning. – New Age photoPolice recovered abandoned 23 petrol bombs in a location opposite of Malibagh Super market, in the capital, Thursday morning. – New Age photo

Police recovered abandoned 23 petrol bombs in a location opposite of Malibagh Super market, in the capital, Thursday morning. – New Age photo




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Left, transport staff play cricket at Gabtoli bus terminal while, right, a tailor plays chess with a man near the Jurain Railgate in Dhaka as they find no work to do during the opposition blockade on Wednesday. — Sony Ramany and Indrajit Ghosh
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Police recovered abandoned 23 petrol bombs in a location opposite of Malibagh Super market, in the capital, Thursday morning. – New Age photo
Police recovered abandoned 23 petrol bombs in a location opposite of Malibagh Super market, in the capital, Thursday morning. – New Age photo Full story
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