Babu, 8, works at a brick factory in Narayanganj, Bangladesh. KM Asad/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Study: Child Laborers In Bangladesh Are Working 64 Hours A Week

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A relative tries to console Semin Rahman (covering face), whose son is missing after militants took hostages in a restaurant popular with foreigners in Dhaka, Bangladesh. AP hide caption

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Bangladesh In Mourning After Gunmen Kill 20 Hostages In A Cafe

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Bangladeshi students protest on Thursday, seeking the arrest of three motorcycle-riding assailants who hacked and shot student activist Nazimuddin Samad to death as he walked with a friend in Dhaka, Bangladesh. AP hide caption

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Rafida Ahmed On Weekend Edition Sunday

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