Bangladesh's national poll closed on January 5 amid rioting and deadly clashes. With the all but uncontested sweeping win by the ruling party, violence has spilled into a new day.
Bangladeshis are due to elect a new government on January 5. Yet protests have paralyzed the country as opposition parties push for a boycott of the election. A majority of voters are reportedly opposed to the vote.
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