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November 2022

Casualties

In November 2022, there were three incidents of explosive weapon use recorded in Bangladesh, which resulted in two civilian casualties, both of whom were injured. There were two armed-actor casualties also recorded in Bangladesh in November.

On 16 November 2022, one man was injured in a landmine explosion in Bandaran, Chittagong, while herding cows. In an earlier incident on 4 November 2022, one man was also injured in an IED explosion in an apartment building in Dhaka.

Sources: TBS News, New Age BD

Bangladesh

October 2022

Casualties

In October 2022, there were two incidents of explosive weapon use recorded in Bangladesh, which resulted in four civilian casualties, one of whom was killed and three injured. At least one woman and two children were among the civilian casualties. There were no armed-actor casualties recorded in Bangladesh in September. 

The highest casualty incident occurred on 02 October 2022,  when one boy was killed and another injured in a landmine explosion in Bandarban, Chittagong, in a Rohingya camp on the border with Myanmar.

Sources: New Age BD, UNB, The Irrawaddy

Bangladesh

September 2022

Casualties

In September 2022, there was one incident of explosive weapon use recorded in Bangladesh, which resulted in seven civilian casualties, one of whom was killed and six injured. At least one child was among the civilian casualties. There were no armed-actor casualties recorded in Bangladesh in September. 

On 16 September 2022, a 15-year-old boy was killed and six other civilians injured in shelling by Myanmar military forces on a Rohingya camp along the border with Myanmar, in Ghumghum, Chittagong.

Sources: Reuters, Yahoo News, Radio Free Asia

Bangladesh

March 2022

Casualties

In March 2022, there was one incident of explosive weapon use recorded in Bangladesh which resulted in 20 civilian casualties, all of whom were injured. There were no armed-actor casualties recorded in Bangladesh in March.

On 28 March 2022, 20 workers at the Benapole land port in Jessore were injured when improvised explosive devices were detonated at the site.


Sources: Financial Express, Observer, The Daily Star, UNB