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He also spoke about protests in Iran, Iraq and Hong Kong. Workers in ready-made garment sector are seen coming out from a factory during their lunch break in Narayanganj, Bangladesh, on Nov. This photo provided by the Korea Jeju Coast Guard, shows a fishing boat that has caught fire in the waters near the southern island of Jeju in South Korea on Nov.

Police in riot gear move through a cloud of smoke as they detain a protester at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in Hong Kong, on Nov. Protesters retook control of half of Ahrar Bridge, which leads to the other side of the Tigris River near the heavily fortified Green Zone, the seat of Iraq's government.

Civil defence members and civilians conduct search and rescue operation among debris of houses after the Assad regime and Russia carried out airstrikes over Mellace town in Idlib, Syria, on Nov.

A fragment of a shell is seen after a shelling attack in Horlivka, Ukraine, on Nov. Rescue workers are seen at the site of a gas pipeline explosion in the port city of Chittagong, Bangladesh, on Nov.

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Mark Sandy, a career employee in the White House Office of Management and Budget, arrives at the Capitol to testify in the House Democrats' impeachment inquiry about President Donald Trump's effort to tie military aid for Ukraine to investigations of his political opponents, in Washington D. Police dismantle barricades constructed by supporters of former President Evo Morales, on the outskirts of Cochabamba, Bolivia, on Nov.

Onion prices have rocketed in Bangladesh after India banned its export following local shortages, forcing the government to import the vegetable from other countries and sell it at subsidized prices. Demonstrators hold signs at an anti-government protest organized by Million Moments for Democracy, a day ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution that led to the fall of communism in former Czechoslovakia, in Prague, Czech Republic, on Nov.

Special Task Force members search a flower bouquet brought by a supporter of Sri Lanka People's Front party presidential election candidate Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, as they gathered in front of his residence after he won the presidential poll in Colombo, Sri Lanka, on Nov. Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge, the marathon world record holder, is seen among athletic enthusiasts at the Karura Forest, in Nairobi, Kenya, on Nov.

Algerian presidential candidate Azzedine Mihoubi speaks during a press conference in the capital Algiers on Nov. A man casts his ballot during parliamentary election in Minsk, Belarus, on Nov. A supporter of Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir gestures during a demonstration in front of a court in the capital Khartoum, Sudan, during his trial, on Nov.

Bashir, who was overthrown by the army in April, is on trial since August on charges of illegally acquiring and using foreign funds. People protest against increased gas prices, on a highway in Tehran, Iran, on Nov. A demonstrator looks at the site where an improvised explosive device went off, in Baghdad, Iraq, on Nov. A view of the scene after the attacks from two bomb-laden vehicles in Al-Bab, Syria, on Nov. At least 10 civilians were killed and another 30 wounded in the attacks.

Protesters clash with security forces at Khallani Square during ongoing anti-government demonstrations in Baghdad, Iraq, on Nov. Civil defense members conduct search and rescue operation after airstrikes and ground attacks at al-Bara village in Idlib, Syria, on Nov. Cars queue at a petrol station, after fuel price increased in Tehran, Iran, on Nov. Members of the fire department sprinkle water on trees to avoid the spread of dust in Noida, India, on Nov. Demonstrators are sprayed with water during clashes with security forces at a protest against the government in Santiago, Chile, on Nov.

Nepalese farmers get ready to harvest paddy at Chaukot, Nepal, on Nov. A demonstrator holds an Iraqi flag during an ongoing anti-government protest in Baghdad, Iraq, on Nov. Women from various informal settlements call for empowerment of women and girls in the grass-roots as they welcome the 25th International Conference on Population and Development ICPD in Nairobi, Kenya, on Nov.

A woman wears a mask to protect herself from dangerous levels of air pollution in Tehran, Iran, on Nov. Agricultural workers and rural landowners attend a rally to protest against land reform in front of the parliament building in Kiev, Ukraine, on Nov. A woman waves white flags during clashes between supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales and members of the security forces in La Paz, Bolivia, on Nov. Britain's Prince Charles shares a moment with school children after cutting a cake on his birthday in Mumbai, India, on Nov.

An anti-government protester burns tyres to close the main highway during ongoing protests against corruption, in Khalde, Lebanon, on Nov. Security personnel remove a damaged vehicle after a car bomb attack killed several people, in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Nov. Members of police forensic team inspect the site of a bomb attack at the local police headquarters in Medan, Indonesia, on Nov. A suicide bomber blew himself up at a busy police station, injuring a number of people.

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Andre Boland spends a week in Dhaka, entering by air and departing by road, towards India. There is mention of the oldest church in the world, an Armenian Christian church, He calls it the oldest church in the world, which is not really true, since it was built in and around There is joy and positiveness in the chapter. Share this: Twitter Facebook Pinterest Tumblr. Like this: Like Loading Andy's World Journeys. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here