A country’s religious extremism and terrorism IS DIRECTLY...CONNECTED TO THAT COUNTRY'S ECONOMIC...
DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — A string of slayings claimed by radical Islamic groups has Bangladesh scrambling to contain what appears to be a rising tide of extremism, and it couldn’t have come at a worse time — the country’s fragile economic growth is faltering this year amid renewed political unrest.
A country’s religious extremism and terrorism IS DIRECTLY AND EXPONENTIALLY CONNECTED TO THAT COUNTRY’S ECONOMIC SITUATION.
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