Nazmul Ahasan is a journalist and researcher with years of experience in investigative journalism, long-form narrative and opinion writing, and social science research. He currently works with the Investigative Reporting Program (IRP) at UC Berkeley, where he is part of a cohort of reporters, editors, and data scientists investigating police use-of-force cases in California under the California Reporting Project, in collaboration with Stanford University, The Mercury News, and KQED.
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Today at a summit organized by a ruling party wing, the post and telecommunications minister boasted the government’s ability to “control” any websites, Prothom Alo
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