Bangladeshi police escort arrested men in Dhaka on June 12, 2016. Over 14,000 people, including suspected ordinary criminals, have been detained after police launched a controversial anti-militant drive across the Muslim-majority nation following a spate of gruesome murders.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina vowed to catch "each and every killer."
The arrested men try to talk with relatives and lawyers from a prison van outside court.
A detained Bangladeshi man looks out from inside a police prison van.
Relatives of men arrested in the nationwide crackdown wait for their release outside a Dhaka court.
Bangladeshi policemen stand guard outside the Dhaka Central Jail.
A man is frisked at a police check-post in Gulshan, Dhaka on June 10.