29 Bangladeshi workers return home from Libya, citing unrest

Libyan coast guard personnel watch over migrants after the Libyan navy escorted their vessel. [Photo: Internet]
29 Bangladeshi workers returned to their country willingly from Libya on Tuesday. 

A Turkish Airlines flight carrying them landed at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.

The immigration authorities sent messages to respective police stations for verifying their addresses, adding that the workers returned home willingly following the current fighting in Libya.

The sources also said 37 more Bangladeshi workers will return home on Wednesday and 35 others on Friday for the same reason.

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