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Bangladesh opposition leader: International community ‘shouldn’t recognize new government’

In an exclusive interview with DW, Kamal Hossain, the leader of Bangladesh's main opposition alliance, accused PM Sheikh Hasina's government of "manufacturing" the results of the latest general election.

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