Bangladesh war crimes trial

March 27, 2017
March 27, 2017

War crimes accused dies at Dhaka jail

A war crimes accused die of old age ailments at Dhaka Central Jail in Keraniganj.

September 3, 2016
September 3, 2016

[WATCH] Quasem, the notorious Al-Badr leader

Mir Quasem Ali, who led ruthless militia Al-Badr in Chittagong to commit crimes against humanity in 1971, is hanged at Kashimpur Central Jail.

September 3, 2016
September 3, 2016

Kashimpur in photos

The photos are taken at Kashimpur Central Jail-2 premises where death row war criminal Mir Quasem Ali is being held, awaiting his execution.

June 22, 2016
June 22, 2016

Mir Quasem review petition hearing July 25

The Supreme Court yesterday fixed July 25 for the hearing of a petition filed by war criminal Mir Quasem Ali seeking review of its judgement that had upheld his death penalty.

June 21, 2016
June 21, 2016

War trial: SC to hear Mir Quasem’s review plea July 25

The Supreme Court fixes July 25 for hearing the petition filed by war criminal Mir Quasem Ali seeking review of his judgement that had upheld his death penalty.

June 2, 2016
June 2, 2016

War criminal Shamsuddin appeals against death penalty

Convicted war criminal Shamsuddin Ahmed files an appeal with the Supreme Court challenging the death penalty handed to him for war crimes committed during 1971.

May 13, 2016
May 13, 2016

Pak amnesia intentional

Pakistan has come up with an outrageous claim that what Jamaat-e-Islami chief Motiur Rahman Nizami did in 1971 was to uphold the constitution of Pakistan.

May 13, 2016
May 13, 2016

Turkey envoy asked to report home

Turkey yesterday asked its ambassador to Bangladesh to report home for consultations in the aftermath of the execution of Jamaat chief Motiur Rahman Nizami, the Turkish state-run Anatolia news agency said.

May 12, 2016
May 12, 2016

Jamaat against legal process

Motiur Rahman Nizami enjoyed every opportunity to defend himself against the charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

May 12, 2016
May 12, 2016

Pakistan again sides with war criminals

Pakistan national parliament has once again sided with war criminals by passing a resolution to express serious concerns over the execution of Jamaat-e-Islami chief Motiur Rahman Nizami. This has caused a huge outcry in Bangladesh and risks further straining of the relations between the two countries. Ministers and war crimes trial campaigners have termed the resolution a brazen attempt to meddle in internal affairs of the country.