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    Disposal of War Crimes Appeals: Investigation agency frustrated over delay

    The investigation agency of International Crimes Tribunal yesterday expressed frustration over the delay in disposal of appeals against the verdicts in war crimes cases.

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    It 'should be settled'

    The investigation agency of the International Crimes Tribunal yesterday expressed discontent as trial of Jamaat-e-Islami as a party did not begin even five years after completion of a probe over its role in 1971.

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    Tureen Afroz withdrawn from all ICT cases

    The chief prosecutor's office of International Crimes Tribunal has requested the law ministry to launch an investigation against

  • 'War crimes evidence found against 3 Habiganj men'

    Investigation agency have found evidence against three Habiganj men including a former upazila-level Awami League leader over their alleged involvement in crimes during the country’s Liberation War.

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    Ex-Jamaat MP, 5 other Gaibandha war criminals get death

    A special tribunal in Dhaka hands death penalty to six people from Gaibandha, including a former Jamaat-e-Islami lawmaker, for committing crimes against humanity during the Liberation War in 1971.

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    New window for 1971 research

    The investigation agency of the International Crimes Tribunal is preserving all the documents of the war crimes cases that have been disposed of.

  • RP Shaha Kidnap, Killing: The details 'untangled'

    The investigation agency of the International Crimes Tribunal has found significant evidence that a Tangail man was involved in the

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    Deadman made fugitive, again

    The International Crimes Tribunal-1 yesterday asked the Cox's Bazar police chief and the officer-in-charge of

  • War crimes court reconstituted

    The government yesterday reconstituted the International Crimes Tribunal-1 by appointing its chairman and two members after three months of stalemate in war crimes trial.

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    War crimes trial to continue: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reaffirms her determination to continue the trial of war criminals and says she is ready to make any sacrifice for the sake of the country and the people.

  • War crimes: Quasem seeks deferral of review hearing

    Convicted war criminal Mir Quasem Ali files a petition with the Supreme Court seeking two-month deferment on his review hearing against the judgement that upheld his death penalty.

  • Quasem has 15 days to seek review

    The prison authorities read out the death warrant to condemned war criminal Mir Quasem Ali at Kashimpur Central Jail-2 in Gazipur yesterday, a day after the International Crimes Tribunal issued the warrant for him.

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    ICT reading out summary verdict on 3 Habiganj ‘war criminals’

    A tribunal in Dhaka starts reading out the summary verdict in a case filed against three war criminal suspects from Habiganj on charges of crimes against humanity committed during the 1971 Liberation War.

  • RP Shaha abduction under scanner

    The investigation agency of the International Crimes Tribunal has launched a probe into the abduction of philanthropist Ranada Prasad

  • War crimes evidence found against 13 suspects

    Investigators have found evidence against 13 suspects of Mymensingh, Jamalpur and Patuakhali for their alleged crimes against humanity committed during the country’s Liberation War in 1971.

  • War crimes: Charges framed against 2 Shariatpur men

    A special tribunal has framed 4 charges against two Shariatpur men for allegedly committing crimes during the Bangladesh’s Liberation War in 1971.

  • War crimes: 4 Netrokona men sent to jail

    A special war crimes tribunal sends 4 Netrokona men to jail, a day after police arrested them in a war crimes case following the court’s arrest warrant.

  • War crimes: Charges accepted against 2 Mymensingh men

    A war crimes tribunal accepts charges against two Mymensingh men for their alleged involvement in genocide and crimes against humanity during 1971 war.

  • Charges pressed against 2 Mymensingh ‘men’

    The prosecution team has submitted five charges against two war crimes accused of Mymensingh for their alleged involvement in crimes against humanity during the 1971 Liberation War.

  • Nizami decides to seek review

    War criminal and Jamaat-e-Islami leader Motiur Rahman Nizami will seek review of the Supreme Court verdict which upheld his death penalty, his son says after meeting him at Kashimpur jail in Gazipur.

  • Death warrant for Nizami

    The International Crimes Tribunal yesterday issued death warrant for convicted war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami

  • Jamaat calls hartal tomorrow over Quasem verdict

    Jamaat calls countrywide hartal for tomorrow over the Supreme Court ruling upholding death penalty of its leader Mir Quasem for war crimes.

  • War crimes: 2 Moulvibazar ‘Razakars’ held

    Two war crimes accused from Moulvibazar are arrested hours after International Crimes Tribunal-1 issued arrest warrant for three alleged Razakars, who were involved in crimes committed during the 1971 Liberation War.

  • Prosecutor Ali suspended

    The law ministry yesterday suspended Prosecutor Mohammad Ali of the International Crimes Tribunal allegedly for breaching discipline and code of conduct, and for serious professional misconduct.

  • Justice Nozrul quits as Mir Quasem’s lawyer

    Justice Nozrul Islam Chowdhury, a retired judge of the High Court, withdraws himself as a defence lawyer for war criminal Mir Quasem Ali.

  • Prosecutor withdrawn from cases

    The chief prosecutor's office has withdrawn a prosecutor “in the public interest” from all the cases he was dealing with at the International Crimes Tribunal.

  • War crimes: Bail denied for JP lawmaker, his son

    A war crimes tribunal has denied bail to Jatiya Party lawmaker MA Hannan and his son Rafique Sajjad in a case of crimes against humanity committed during 1971.

  • Search for info on Pakistani POWs

    The investigation agency of the International Crimes Tribunal has formed a special committee to gather information about Pakistani prisoners of war (POWs) who were allegedly involved in war crimes in Bangladesh during the 1971 Liberation War.

  • SQ Chy’s lawyer exonerated of contempt charge

    A special tribunal in Dhaka exonerates a counsel of executed war criminal Salauddin Quader Chowdhury from a contempt of court charge after he offered unconditional apology.

  • War crimes: Verdict of 2 Netrakona ‘Razakars’ anytime

    A special tribunal in Dhaka will deliver its verdict any day in a war crimes case against two alleged Razakars of Netrakona as the trial proceedings concluded.

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