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World Dozens of students injured in Bangladesh road safety protests

05:50  06 august  2018
05:50  06 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Dozens of people have been injured in Bangladesh 's capital after student protests over road safety turned violent, marking a major escalation on the seventh day of unrest. Police on Saturday fired rubber bullets at student protesters in Dhaka, AFP news agency reported, citing witnesses and a doctor.

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At least 25 students have been injured in the capital of Bangladesh a week into protests over road safety.

Protesters are calling for safer roads after two children were killed by a speeding bus last week.

The students are chanting "we want justice" while blocking the city's major intersections. 

"We won't leave the roads until our demands are met. We want safe roads and safe drivers," protester Al Miran told AFP news agency.

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DONT' FORGET TO SUBSCIBE TO OUR CHANNEL Dozens of people have been injured in Bangladesh 's capital after student protests over road safety turned Police on Saturday fired rubber bullets at student protesters in Dhaka, AFP news agency reported, citing witnesses and a doctor.

Thousands of students are stopping traffic to check licenses and vehicle safety .

a group of people around each other © Provided by MediaWorks NZ Limited Thousands of pupils have been stopping traffic in the streets of Dhaka to check licenses and vehicle condition.

It is not clear who attacked the protesters, though local media has reported the perpetrators were pro-government students.

Transport workers have gone on strike over the past few days as students fill the streets.

Police deny reports that claim they used tear gas and rubber bullets on the crowds, though doctor Abdus Shabbir told AFP news agency some of his patients sustained rubber bullet injuries.

The government put a 24-hour ban on mobile internet use in response to the clashes.

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