Photographer Sandra Hoyn visits the 200-year-old Kandapara brothel in…

Heartbreaking photos show what it’s like living in a walled city of a brothel

Heartbreaking photos show what it’s like living in a walled city of a brothel: Photographer Sandra Hoyn visits the Kandapara brothel in Bangladesh.

Photographer Sandra Hoyn visits the 200-year-old Kandapara brothel in Bangladesh.

Heartbreaking photos show what it’s like living in a walled city of a brothel

Heartbreaking photos show what it’s like living in a walled city of a brothel: Photographer Sandra Hoyn visits the Kandapara brothel in Bangladesh.

A visit to the city of Dhaka, where there are two types of traffic: really bad and really, really bad.

The Bangladeshi Traffic Jam That Never Ends

The Bangladeshi Traffic Jam That Never Ends By Jody Rosen September 2016 (Photo: Nicolas Chorier) “Of all the dysfunctions that plague the world’s megacities, none may be more pernicious than bad.

Rohingya Recount Atrocities: ‘They Threw My Baby Into a Fire’

Rohingya Recount Atrocities: ‘They Threw My Baby Into a Fire’

The New York Times visited refugee camps where civilians described a campaign of slaughter and rape by Myanmar’s military.

Daulatdia is an entire village in Bangladesh dedicated to prostitution. Every day, 1,600 trafficked, enslaved and abandoned women and girls sell themselves for £2 a time

The children trapped in Bangladesh's brothel village – video

Daulatdia is an entire village in Bangladesh dedicated to prostitution. Every day, trafficked, enslaved and abandoned women and girls sell themselves for a time

The children trapped in Bangladesh's brothel village – video | World news | The Guardian

The children trapped in Bangladesh's brothel village – video

Daulatdia is an entire village in Bangladesh dedicated to prostitution. Every day, trafficked, enslaved and abandoned women and girls sell themselves for a time

How Teenage Girls In Bangladesh Are Working To End Child Marriage

Adolescent girls in Bangladesh face severe threats to their health: Two-thirds marry by age and a third of girls are mothers before age A national network of teen girls called Shornoki

The Islamic State claimed responsibility after gunmen detonated explosives and killed 20 hostages at a restaurant in Dhaka, the capital.

Bangladesh Attack Is New Evidence That ISIS Has Shifted Its Focus Beyond the Mideast

Bangladesh Attack Suggests Shift by ISIS as It Loses Territory - The New York Times

Is Bangladesh the next ISIS hotspot?

Is Bangladesh the next ISIS hotspot

Bangladesh has so far steered clear of the kind of radicalism that has plagued other parts of the Muslim world. But there are ominous signs this is changing.

A piece of India inside a piece of Bangladesh inside a piece of India inside a piece of Bangladesh.

Dahala Khagrabari

The enclaves were used as stakes in card or chess games centuries ago between two regional kings, the Raja of Cooch Behar and the Maharaja of Rangpur.

Victims of attacks by extremists.

Inside Bangladesh’s killing fields: bloggers and outsiders targeted by fanatics

Bangladesh's Killing Fields: This Is What Happens to A Disarmed Populace - The Truth About Guns

Bangladesh arrests over 100 Islamists in crackdown after killings | Reuters

Bangladesh arrests over 100 Islamists in crackdown after killings

California State Railroad Museum - Sacramento, CA

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Luxury leather goods sold across the world are produced in a slum area of Bangladesh's capital where workers, including children, are exposed to hazardous chemicals and often injured in horrific accidents, according to a study released on Tuesday.

Raihan Abir, Samia Hossain and their daughter Sophie.

Bestselling Bangladeshi writer Raihan Abir can't 'fight machetes with a pen'

Raihan Abir, Samia Hossain and their daughter Sophie.

Teaching children swimming and CPR to save lives in Bangladesh

Teaching children swimming and CPR to save lives in Bangladesh

Drowning kills more children than any other accident or disease in Bangladesh. Governments efforts to solve the issue have stalled, so what can be done?

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