Toll in Bangladesh election day violence rises to 10: Six die in Awami League-BNP clashes, three in police firing; cop killed by activists
The election-day deaths brought to 14 the official police toll for Bangladesh election violence since the ballot was announced on 8 November. Voting is being held under tight security until 4 pm (1000 GMT) and polls have predicted a record fourth term for Sheikh Hasina.
Five killed in election violence in Bangladesh: Two shot dead by police, three die in clashes between Awami League, BNP activists
Five people were killed in election-related violence in Bangladesh on Sunday as voters went to the polls following a campaign marred by deadly clashes and a crackdown on the Opposition by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's government.
Voting begins in Bangladesh general election: Tight security in place, mobile internet services shut till midnight
At least four people have died since the timetable for the Bangladesh general election was announced on 8 November, and international groups have decried the government crackdown on Opposition activists.