Alumni of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology take part in a protest in Dhaka on Wednesday. Agence France-Presse
Demonstrators gathered in major cities under the slogan "defending the peace" to denounce the deaths. 462 campaigners have been killed since 2016, according to the country's ombudsman.
The "Justice First" marches were called by the Sudanese Professionals' Association, which has been spearheading the protests since December.
Bangladesh police were set to file charges on Wednesday against 16 people, including the headmaster of an Islamic seminary, over the shocking murder of a 19-year-old girl burned to death.
The law aims to crack down the use of fake degrees and education certificates issued by unlicensed entities for citizens and expats to get jobs in government agencies and private firms or for any other purposes.
In September, Emirates embarked on a worldwide campaign to recruit 3,000 cabin crew and 500 airport services employees to join its Dubai hub to support its operational requirements arising from the travel industry recovery.
“Greening Saudi Arabia is idealistic, romantic and all my praise with you... we will share our experience of planting two and a half billion trees in Pakistan,” the premier remarked while thanking the crown prince for inviting Pakistan to the summit.
Ahmed Al-Balawi, the uncle of the child Ali who lived a terrifying night, said, “My 10-year-old nephew he went out, after midnight, to throw garbage in a container located near our house, but was surprised by dogs hiding behind a pile of sand, so they attacked him ferociously,” Saudi media reported.