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Outgoing Iranian ambassador to Bangladesh Hossein Aminian Tousi meets prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her office in the capital Sunday morning. – New Age PhotoOutgoing Iranian ambassador to Bangladesh Hossein Aminian Tousi meets prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her office in the capital Sunday morning. – New Age Photo



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Outgoing Iranian ambassador to Bangladesh Hossein Aminian Tousi meets prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her office in the capital Sunday morning. – New Age Photo
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Devotees returning their homes boarding a sardined train, risking their lives Sunday morning after taking part in the Akheri Munajat of Biswa Ijtema. The photo was snapped at Kuril area in the capital. – New Age photo
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