Bangladesh has deployed troops to the country's southeastern hill region where at least two people have been killed in clashes between tribal groups and Bengali settlers.
Officials say more than 100 homes have been torched in the incidents. Authorities say the assembly of more than five people has been prohibited as order is being restored to the region.
Relations between the settlers and the tribal groups have been tense over ownership of lands, often leading to violence. The main tribal group fought in the southeastern hill district for autonomy for two decades before signing a peace treaty in 1997.
Bangladesh's military began withdrawing its troops from the area in July, nearly 12 years after the agreement.
Amir Khasru has more on the story.