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Bangladesh police free detained foreign aid workers

Ns News Online DeskNs News Online Desk: The Bangladesh police authority has freed all the foreign aid workers who had been detained near the city of Cox’s Bazar after failing to show their passports, visas or work permits, a senior police official said on Saturday. The Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), the elite force of the Bangladesh police, had on Friday detained 11 aid workers with a number of different non-government organizations (NGOs) and handed them over to local police.

The Officer in Charge of the police station in the Ukhiya sub-district, near Cox’s Bazar, said two of the aid workers were from the United Kingdom, two were from Italy, and one each were from Turkey, the Netherlands, Norway, Belgium, Brazil, Korea and Kenya. “All of them were going to a Rohighy refugees’ camp from Cox’s Bazar by their own vehicles, but  they could not produce their passport, visa or work permit,” O/C told Reuters.

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