• One war crimes tribunal to be inactive from Sunday

    When different organisations are demanding an increase in the number of war crimes tribunals for quick prosecution of war crimes suspects, the government initiates a process to keep one of the tribunals dormant.

  • Rayerbazar memorial

    The Rayerbazar momorial is the site we go to pay our respects every year to intellectuals massacred on the eve of victory on December 14, 1971.

  • SQ Chy innocent, son claims after verdict

    After the apex court upheld death penalty for war criminal Salauddin Quader Chowdhury, his son claims the BNP leader’s innocence.

  • Bagerhat ‘Razakar’ Abdul Latif dies

    War crimes suspect of Bagerhat Abdul Latif Talukdar dies from old age complications attending treatments at a Dhaka hospital.

  • State pleads upholding SQ Chy’s death

    State pleads the apex court to uphold death for convicted war criminal and BNP leader Salauddin Quader Chowdhury at appeal hearing.

  • Trial of 4 ‘war criminals’ to begin in absentia

    ICT-1 decides to hold trial of four alleged Razakars of Kishoreganj in absentia.

  • Evidence leading to Mojaheed’s punishment

    The International Crimes Tribunal cited several evidences in the death verdict it handed down to Ali Ahsan Mojaheed, the notorious al-Badr chief of 1971.

  • Justice comes after she goes

    “I want them to be punished. My heart wants it.” This was possibly her only wish after she lost her husband during the Liberation War in 1971.

  • They can now rest in peace

    It was a phone call that gave words to a long endured pain and wait. Perhaps that is why Saif Imam Jami called back from a different time zone, taking time out of his busy office hours.

  • ICT gets new registrar

    The government appoints Shahidul Alam Jhinuk, judge of Dhaka Special Court-3, as the registrar of the International Crimes Tribunal.

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