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ناآرامی‌ها در بنگلادش؛ حمله به کاروان سفیر آمریکا

مقامات آمریکایی از حمله مردان مسلح به کاروان سفیر این کشور و تیم محافظ او در داکا، پایتخت بنگلادش خبر داده‌اند. این حمله شب گذشته اتفاق افتاده است.

در این حمله به مارسیا برنیکات، سفیر آمریکا و تیم امنیتی او صدمه‌ای نرسیده اما به دو خودرو خساراتی وارد شده است.

این حمله در حالی صورت گرفت که در طول هفته گذشته، هزاران دانشجو و دانش آموز در اعتراضاتی گسترده خواستار برقراری امنیت در جاده‌های بنگلادش شده‌اند.

گزارش شده که در اعتراضات امروز پلیس سعی کرده با گاز اشک آور معترضان را متفرق کند و دست کم پنجاه معترض هم مجروح شده‌اند.

به گزارش رسانه‌های محلی، فعالان سیاسی وابسته به حزب حاکم به دانش آموزانی را که به سمت دفاتر آن‌ها در حال راهپیمایی بودند حمله کرده‌اند اما دبیرکل حزب حاکم گفته این فعالان فقط از خودشان دفاع کرده‌اند.

سفیر آمریکا در بنگلادش خشونت‌های این کشور را محکوم کرده است.

اعتراضات اخیر

پس از آن کشته شدن که یک دختر و پسر دانش‌آموز در تصادف با اتوبوس، دانش آموزان راهپیمایی‌های بزرگ و صلح آمیزی در این کشور برگزار کردند.

شاهدان به خبرنگاران گفته‌اند در دو روز گذشته، افرادی ناشناس در حالی کلاه ایمنی بر سر داشتند با میله‌های فلزی به معترضان و روزنامه‌نگاران حمله کرده‌اند.

رسانه‌های محلی، این افراد را با حزب حاکم عوامی لیگ مرتبط دانسته‌اند.

به گفته شاهدان به هر کسی که در حال فیلمبرداری از این درگیری‌ها بوده از جمله خبرنگاران حمله شده و وسایل آن‌ها تخریب شده است.


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