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The climate refugees of tomorrow.

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*GMB Akash* photographs children being children at a dump yard in Bangladesh.

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In Bangladesh, homosexuality is illegal. *Delwar Hussain* talks to *Suleman*, a gay imam, about what this means for him and...

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The situation in Bangladesh remains tense in the run up to Independence Day on 26 March, writes Rahnuma Ahmed.

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Rahnuma Ahmed gives a cautious welcome to the result of the Bangladeshi election that brought an end to a two-year ‘...

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Positive outcome, but at a cost of seven campaigners lives, killed by police during a demonstration against the GCM coalmine...

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Bangladeshi photographer *Shehzad Noorani* exposes the damage done to the Buriganga River.

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Images from India and Bangladesh.

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Images from Nepal and Bangladesh.

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Mosharraf Hossain on how childhood polio made him determined to shake the complacency of Bangladeshi society.

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United States

The US continues to hold over 600 detainees in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba,...

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A floating hotel for the poor, photographed by Bablu Chowdhury from Bangladesh.

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Jeremy Seabrook draws an unholy line from the obscene imagery of Abu Ghraib to the growing repression in...

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Bangladeshi photographer Abir Abdullah draws inspiration from a disabled badminton player.

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A street-sweeper’s lot, photographed by Iqbal Hossain, with words by Faysal Ahmed Dadon from Bangladesh.

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The infinite joy of childhood, by Bangladeshi photographer Shafiqul Alam Kiron.

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