Last month, high school and university students in Dhaka, Bangladesh’s capital, protested for days for better road safety conditions. The student movement, which lasted for two weeks and turned into a movement against the government’s alleged poor governance and corruption, was sparked by the death of two teenagers, killed by a racing bus at the end of July. After a few days, the police started using force against protesters and journalists. Over 7,000 people died in traffic accidents in Bangladesh last year.
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