Bangladesh police fired live rounds on Friday in fierce clashes with Islamists demanding the execution of bloggers they accuse of blasphemy, killing at least four people and injuring about 200.
Bangladeshi Islamist activists shout slogans inside the Baitul Mukarram national mosque in Dhaka on February 22, 2013. Bangladesh police fired tear gas and rubber bullets Friday in fierce clashes with Islamists demanding the execution of bloggers they accused of blasphemy, killing at least four and injuring around 200.
Two people were shot dead by police in the northwestern town of Palashbari, and two others died elsewhere, police told AFP.
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