Bangladesh Protests Continue for 9th Day

Police in Bangladesh fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse students who protested for a ninth day demanding better enforcement of traffic safety laws.The latest clashes involved hundreds of students in the Bashundhara neighborhood of the capital, Dhaka, where several private universities are located. Protesters said at least 40 people, mostly students, were injured.Also Monday, rights group Amnesty International called for the immediate and unconditional release of Shahidul Alam

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