the politics of victimhood in Bangladesh-Women and minorities continue to be used as political pawns in a nation that is struggling with its bloody past

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Earlier this week, Bangladesh marked its national day. It ought to have been a day for joy, marking the maturing of a nation which is now just over four decades old. But 40 years on from the bloody war of 1971, which led to the independence of the nation, its events still dominate the national narrative and continue to polarise its population. 

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