In Bangladesh, thousands of opposition supporters have rallied in Dhaka to demand a new investigation into the grenade attack that killed more than 20 people at an opposition rally two years ago.
Unidentified attackers detonated several grenades just after the leader of the main opposition Awami League, Sheikh Hasina, spoke at the rally. Hasina, a former prime minister, survived the attack but dozens other people were wounded.
There has been little reported progress in finding out who was responsible for the attack, even though the government of Prime Minister Khaleda Zia asked Interpol for help.
Sheikh Hasina told Monday's rally that the killers will be brought to justice if her party wins parliamentary elections in January.
Amir Khasru has more on the story.