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Tribal infighting sparks unrest in CHT By Other | Last Updated: 22nd March, 2019, 00:00

Panic has gripped the Chattogram Hill Tracts (CHT) region after an apparently pre-planned military-style ambush that left seven people dead and around two dozens injured, with local security officials…

Tribal infighting sparks unrest in CHT

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Metropolis
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Editorial
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Our faith
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Business
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Asia
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World
200,000 people in Zimbabwe affected by cyclone: UN 200,000 people in Zimbabwe affected
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Culturetainment
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Winner
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My Districts
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