At least ten people are said to have died in violent clashes on the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh, police and medical officials told CNN.
Hundreds of thousands of Islamists demanding a new blasphemy law blocked highways and fought running battles with police, hundreds injured in the Bangladeshi capital.
Police said about 200,000 people had marched to central Dhaka, where fierce clashes erupted between thousands of rock-throwing protesters and security officials.
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