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Tensions rise after media houses critical of the ruling party are shut down.
Police say they arrested factory owner as he attempted to flee, as rescuers locate nine people alive inside rubble.
Clashes reported in Chittagong city as three of the five arrested over building collapse tragedy appear in court.
Three killed as overall death toll from violence prompted by ongoing war crimes tribunal rises to 101 since January.
Ruling party officials recently accused Mahmudur Rahman's pro-opposition daily of inciting violence.

The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft plans to spend $1.6 billion building power and fertiliser plants in Bangladesh, marking the second-biggest investment into the poor but fast-growing nation.

Foreign investment in Bangladesh will reach up to $1 billion in 2006 with international businesses keen to expand and set up new ventures in one of South Asia's poorer countries, the chief investment official has said.

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