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Fire fighters hose water on the rubble of an apparel factory at Hazaribagh in Dhaka that caught fire on Friday. — Sanaul Haque
Fire fighters hose water on the rubble of an apparel factory at Hazaribagh in Dhaka that caught fire on Friday. — Sanaul Haque



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Be My Valentine... Boys and girls in colourful dresses chat on the Dhaka University campus on Valentine’s Day on Friday. — New Age photo
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Fire fighters hose water on the rubble of an apparel factory at Hazaribagh in Dhaka that caught fire on Friday. — Sanaul Haque
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