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  • Rohingya robber leader Nur Mohammad killed in gunfight

    Five killed in ‘shootouts’

    Five people, including two suspected Rohingya human traffickers, were killed in separate “gunfights” in three districts yesterday.

  • 'Shootouts' need to stop

    Almost every day we find reports of “crossfire” or “shootouts” in newspapers. This newspaper reported on Monday that six alleged “drug dealers” and “robbers” were killed on the previous day.

  • TIB demands judicial probe into 'shootouts'

    Transparency International Bangladesh has expressed deep concern over the killing of more than 100 people in “gunfights” during the ongoing nationwide anti-narcotics drive.

  • 'Shootouts' with Law Enforcers: Nine killed in a single day

    The tally of alleged drug peddlers killed in “shootouts” stood at 22 in the last one week with nine of them shot to death yesterday alone amid anti-narcotic drives of law enforcers across the country.

  • 3 'robbers' killed in 'shootouts'

    Three alleged robbers were killed in separate incidents of “gunfight” in Chapainawabganj and Comilla in the early hours yesterday.

  • Two killed in 'shootouts'

    Two people including a fugitive accused of raping a five-year-old girl in Cox's Bazar were killed in “gunfight” with Rapid Action Battalion (Rab) in the last two days.

  • 2 killed in 'gunfights' with Rab, police

    Two alleged criminals were killed in “shootouts” between their cohorts and law enforcers in Chittagong and Habiganj early yesterday.

  • 68 killed in 6 months

    As many as 68 people have been killed in “crossfire” during encounter with law enforcement agencies in the first six months of this year, says Ain o Salish Kendra.

  • 2 killed in Jessore, Pabna ‘shootouts’

    Two people, including the prime accused in a police official murder case, are killed in separate “shootouts” with law enforcers in Pabna and Jessore.