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Halt execution of Mir Quasem Ali, Amnesty International to BD govt


Written By: Tojveroul
02/09/2016 9:28
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    The Bangladesh authorities must halt the imminent execution of a senior political leader who has been sentenced to death following a deeply flawed trial, Amnesty International said on Tuesday. “The people of Bangladesh deserve justice for crimes committed during....    Full story...

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PUBLIC GATHERING & DUA MAHFIL


Written By: Tojveroul
11/05/2016 22:28
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        THURSDAY    12 MAY 2016 6:30 pm    Venue : WATER LILY,London    In the memory of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami Amer  and ex minister shaheed  MAOLANA MOTIUR RAHMAN  NIZAMI who was judicially killed by....    Full story...

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Statement of Former US Ambassador-at-Large Stephen J. Rapp


Written By: Tojveroul
07/05/2016 14:03 06/05/2016 0:04
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    I served as Ambassador-at-Large leading the Office of Global Criminal Justice in the U.S. State Department for six years from September 2009 to August 2015.  During my tenure, I was honored to be received in Bangladesh at the invitation of its government to provide advice....    Full story...

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UN rights office expresses concern about death sentences in Bangladesh


Written By: Tojveroul
08/04/2016 18:50
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  OHCHR spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani. Photo:UN Multimedia 8 April 2016 – The United Nations human rights office today expressed concern about the latest death sentences handed down against two leaders of an opposition party by the Bangladesh International Crimes....    Full story...

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Pressuring the Defendants' Families: A New Barrier to be Broken in Bangladesh A brilliant writing by Toby Cadman


Written By: Towhid
17/12/2015 23:17
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                    THE BLOG Pressuring the Defendants' Families: A New Barrier to be Broken in....    Full story...

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United Nations statement about war crimes tribunal in Bangladesh


Written By: Tojveroul
29/11/2015 22:22
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  The execution in Bangladesh on Sunday of Salauddin Quader Chowdhury and Ali Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid brings to four the number of people hanged following convictions by the Bangladesh International Crimes Tribunal. Mujahid, leader of Jamat-e-Islami and Chowdhury, of the Bangladesh National....    Full story...

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National Security US criticism grows over Bangladesh war crimes tribunal


Written By: Tojveroul
29/11/2015 0:16
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  WASHINGTON — The United States is sharpening its criticism of Bangladesh’s tribunal on war crimes after death sentences were upheld this week against two influential opposition leaders. U.S. lawmakers overseeing foreign policy described the tribunal as....    Full story...

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War crimes act needs reform Say expert int'l lawyers


Written By: Tojveroul
27/11/2015 22:34
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The law by which the government intends to prosecute people suspected of war crimes during the 1971 liberation war has been criticised by an expert group of international criminal lawyers. The legal opinion, obtained exclusively by The Daily Star, states that the International Crimes....    Full story...

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Mir Quasem Ali:In the Eye of a Ruling party MP


Written By: Nazmul
08/11/2014 22:27 08/11/2014 20:35
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[Note: Mir Mir Quasem Ali is a Media Entrepreneur and Political leader of opposition largest Islamist party 'Bangladesh Jamaat e Islami'. Current government of Bangladesh alleged him war crime and put into controversial trial for his alleged role in 1971 liberation war of....    Full story...

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How fair is the trial against Mr.Kamaruzzaman?


Written By: MoududMolla
02/11/2014 22:57 02/11/2014 22:48
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The trial was a sham. The International community, legal experts, authorities, the United Nations, and human rights groups have expressed their concerns regarding the Tribunal and criticised it for blatantly disregarding fair trial standards. The international community has also criticised the....    Full story...

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How many people really support War Crime trial in Bangladesh?


Written By: DavidBergman
02/11/2014 22:35 02/11/2014 22:29
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The Daily Star editor Mahfuz Anam's recent article on the International Crimes Tribunal's recent judgment on Nizami, which is in strong support of the process, has criticised the idea that the  'country is divided' about the tribunals, arguing in fact they have....    Full story...

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An analytic Overview of Mir Quasem Ali's Controversial Case


Written By: MoududMolla
02/11/2014 16:39
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Mir Quasem Ali (‘MIR QUASEM ALI’) is the Chief Executive of the Diganta Media Corporation Limited, the company which owns the Daily Naya Diganta newspaper and thee TV station Diganta TV (‘DTV’). The International Crimes Tribunal No.1, Dhaka on 17th June 2012 ordered....    Full story...

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How biased and politicized is the court of Bangladesh?


Written By: MoududMolla
02/11/2014 16:25
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The sole purpose of the special tribunal, supposedly set up to deal with “Crimes against Humanity” during 1971 war, is to persecute the top Jamaat-e-Islami leadership. That is why the Awami League government was not particularly interested in maintaining any standards in setting....    Full story...

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WAS GULAM AZAM A WAR CRIMINAL?


Written By: Ahmedullah
01/11/2014 23:32
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We have a peculiar situation in Bangladesh and among the Bangladeshi Diaspora around the world where one group constantly call Gulam Azam the top Hitler like war criminal, and make links with and undertake comparisons with the horrors of the Second World War. They believe that by keep on....    Full story...

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Initial thoughts on Nizami conviction


Written By: DavidBergman
29/10/2014 19:52 29/10/2014 19:45
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Motiur Rahman Nizami was today sentenced to death for crimes he was alleged to have committed during the country's 1971 War of Independence. He was charged with 16 offences, convicted of eight, and sentenced to death in relation to four. Putting the issue of the death penalty aside for....    Full story...

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