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Police Kill Five People as 2,000 Workers Protest Unpaid Wages in Bangladesh

HeadlineApr 19, 2021

In Bangladesh, five people were killed and dozens more wounded Saturday after police opened fire on a crowd of 2,000 workers protesting unpaid wages and demanding better working conditions. The violent crackdown came at a Chinese-owned coal-fired power plant southeast of the capital, Dhaka.

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