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A driver weeping near his burning car as Jamaat- Shibir men torched it in front of Motijheel Ideal High School in Dhaka Friday afternoon. Jamaat-Shibir activists went berserk following Thursday night’s execution of war crime convict Abdul Quader Molla. – New Age photoA driver weeping near his burning car as Jamaat- Shibir men torched it in front of Motijheel Ideal High School in Dhaka Friday afternoon. Jamaat-Shibir activists went berserk following Thursday night’s execution of war crime convict Abdul Quader Molla. – New Age photo

A driver weeping near his burning car as Jamaat- Shibir men torched it in front of Motijheel Ideal High School in Dhaka Friday afternoon. Jamaat-Shibir activists went berserk following Thursday night’s execution of war crime convict Abdul Quader Molla. – New Age photo




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A driver weeping near his burning car as Jamaat- Shibir men torched it in front of Motijheel Ideal High School in Dhaka Friday afternoon. Jamaat-Shibir activists went berserk following Thursday night’s execution of war crime convict Abdul Quader Molla. – New Age photo
A driver weeping near his burning car as Jamaat- Shibir men torched it in front of Motijheel Ideal High School in Dhaka Friday afternoon. Jamaat-Shibir activists went berserk following Thursday night’s execution of war crime convict Abdul Quader Molla. – New Age photo Full story
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