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ISIS said Tuesday it killed a Bangladeshi who was hacked to death this week, describing the victim as a top Shiite preacher – a claim the country's authorities reject.Police confirmed that the man named in an ISIS statement, Abdul Razzaq, was killed on Monday night but rejected the ISIS claim of responsibility.ISIS has claimed a series of killings in Bangladesh, but authorities deny that it has a presence there and instead blame local Islamist groups.Bangladesh police said the victim was a Sunni Muslim.
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