More than 90 die in 2 weeks in Bangladesh drug war, sparking fears of Philippines-style extrajudicial killings

A crackdown on alleged drug dealers has left at least 91 people dead in less than two weeks in Bangladesh, sparking fears of a Philippines-style drug war marked by extrajudicial killings.
Most of the deaths have occurred in what the Bangladeshi news media have referred to as shoot-outs or gunfights, although the families of several people killed have said they were arrested by police and died in custody.
Is Bangladesh using Philippines’ playbook to hunt drug suspects?
Since the operation…