Iraqi Shiite militia fighters fire a multiple rocket launcher at ISIS positions in Sayed Hassan village, outside the city of Tikrit September 3, 2014. (REUTERS/Stringer)
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Dhaka said Thursday it has resumed sending workers to Iraq after a three-month ban, despite reports of hundreds of Bangladeshi construction laborers being dragged into the country's bloody sectarian conflict.Bangladesh suspended sending workers to Iraq in June after Sunni militants from ISIS began seizing large parts of the country from the Iraqi army.Migrant rights expert Tasneem Siddiqui criticized the move, saying it was irresponsible to send workers to Iraq at this time.
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