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Protesters in Bangladesh slam burning of holy Quran in Sweden

By Reuters
24 January 2023   |   5:03 am
Around 200 protesters, mostly students, held a demonstration in Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka on Monday, Jan. 23, condemning the burning of Muslim’s divine book, the Quran, in Sweden.

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