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Al Jazeera 2 Dec 2019

Bangladesh slum children drop out of school for full-time work


Thousands of children living in the slums of Bangladesh are dropping out of school.
About one in six children between the ages of six and 14 are not receiving any form of education.
Most of them work full-time to provide for their families.

Al Jazeera's Tanvir Chowdhury reports from Dhaka.


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Sanders was unable to build on his early momentum in the race after wins in New Hampshire and Nevada as well as virtual tie in Iowa, going on to lose a string of states to Biden after the former vice president consolidated the support of moderate Democrats.

The departure marks Sanders's second failed attempt at the Democratic nomination after he came up short in his 2016 challenge against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

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