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String of bomb blasts rock Bangladesh-Two killed, over 200 injured in 63 districts: an Islamic group claims responsibility


Thursday August 18 2005 01:53:54 AM BDT

Panic gripped the entire nation following the series of time-bomb explosions in all the district headquarters except Munshiganj that left at least two persons killed and more than 200 others injured on Wednesday.(Bangladesh Observer)

Of the dead, a minor boy was killed on the spot at Savar and a rickshawpuller succumbed to the injuries in Chapainababganj district in the bomb attack and over 50 seriously injured victims were undergoing treatment at different hospitals and clinics. The authority has imposed "Red Alert" soon after the series of bomb blasts, and directed the

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