war criminal | The Daily Star
  • A war criminal lives in luxury in London

    He was convicted more than four years ago for committing crimes against humanity in 1971 and he is one of the 25 most wanted Brits by the Interpol. Yet, Chowdhury Mueen Uddin is leading a luxurious life in London.

  • Fakhrul concerned over Hummam

    BNP Secretary General Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir voices concern over detention of Hummam Chowdhury, son of executed war criminal Salauddin Quader Chowdhury.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Mir Quasem Ali

    Death warrant read out to Quasem

    The prison authorities read out the death warrant to condemned war criminal Mir Quasem Ali at Kashimpur Central Jail-2 in Gazipur.

  • 3 brothers convicted

    The war crimes tribunal yesterday convicted three brothers from Habiganj of crimes against humanity and handed down death penalty to one of them and jail until death to the others.

  • International Crimes Tribunal

    War crimes: Arrest warrants issued for 2 men

    A war crimes tribunal issues arrest warrants against two men, including a former leader of Habiganj chapter Awami League, over crimes committed during the Liberation War in 1971.

  • Motiur Rahman Nizami

    One issue shouldn't cloud ties with Dhaka: Islamabad

    Apparently showing their affection for war criminals being tried in Bangladesh for their crimes against humanity, Pakistan has said the relations between the two countries 'should not be clouded' with a single issue.

  • Pakistan acts, Bangladesh counteracts

    Diplomatic tensions between Bangladesh and Pakistan seem to be escalating, with each government summoning the other's

  • Motiur Rahman Nizami

    Pakistan’s criticism met with Dhaka’s protest

    Bangladesh has summoned Pakistan envoy in Dhaka in a quick response to the condemnation note Islamabad handed over for the execution of a top war criminal, Motiur Rahman Niazami. While Pakistan envoy insists that bilateral relations won't be harmed, Dhaka hands another strong protest.

  • Jamaat against legal process

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

  • 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.

  • END of NIZAMI

    He had opposed the very notion of Bangladesh.From writing anti-liberation pieces in newspapers to instigating his fearsome gang called Al-Badr Bahini to kill unarmed civilians to directly participating in massacre...

  • His 'peace' initiative was massacre plot

    The villagers of Bausgari in Pabna's Santhia upazila were clueless about the grave dangers ahead.

  • Lethal, last bite of losers

    It was the final act of brutality against a nation yearning to be free. The ruthless militia systematically rounded up one by one and tortured and brutally killed the nation's brightest minds. What it wanted was to execute the evil plot of Pakistan occupation forces to wipe out the Bangalee intelligentsia towards the end of the Liberation War in 1971.

  • Nizami’s profile

    War criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami's appointment as a minister by the BNP-led government was a slap in the face to our Liberation

  • War criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami

    [WATCH] Justice finally for the death designer’s victims

    The nation had to wait for 69 months to witness a long overdue justice is being carried out for the mass murders and rape in 1971 led by war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami. The legal battle in the war crimes case against Jamaat-e-Islami ameer Nizami has drawn to a conclusion as the Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed his petition for reviewing its verdict that upheld his death penalty.

  • Verdict read out to Nizami

    The Dhaka Central Jail authorities last night received a copy of the Supreme Court judgment that confirmed the death penalty of war

  • Security beefed up at Dhaka jail

    Security in and around the Dhaka Central Jail, where death row war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami has been kept, was strengthened this afternoon.

  • Motiur Rahman Nizami

    Nizami brought to Dhaka jail

    Condemned war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami was shifted to Dhaka Central Jail from Kashimpur jail in Gazipur last night amid tight security.

  • Motiur Rahman Nizami

    Nizami shifted to Dhaka jail

    Death row war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami has been shifted to Dhaka Central Jail from a Kashimpur jail in Gazipur. The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the Jamaat-e-Islami chief's petition for reviewing its verdict that upheld his death penalty awarded by the International Crimes Tribunal-1 in 2014.

  • Pakistan worried over death row war criminal Nizami

    Pakistan has expressed concern over the dismissal of Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami chief Motiur Rahman Nizami's review plea

  • War trial: Family meets Nizami in jail

    Family members met condemned war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami in Kashimpur jail in Gazipur yesterday.

  • Family meets Nizami at Kashimpur jail

    Family members meet condemned war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami at Kashimpur jail in Gazipur. Seven members of Nizami’s family entered into the jail around 11:30am, says Nasir Ahmed, jailor of Kashimpur High Security Central Jail part-2.

  • The tale of long delay in his trial

    The investigation into the war crimes of Jamaat-e-Islami leaders Motiur Rahman Nizami and Abdul Quader Mollah began on the same day in July 2010. Charges were framed against the duo on the same day in May of 2012.

  • NO to war criminal NIZAMI'S plea

    The legal battle in the war crimes case against Motiur Rahman Nizami has finally drawn to a close after 69 long months. The man, who led the ruthless militia Al-Badr in the massacre of Bangalees including intellectuals and professionals during the 1971 Liberation War, has now only one option left -- seeking presidential clemency by confessing to the crimes he committed during the nine-month war.

  • Nizami ‘worried’ after hearing verdict

    Death row war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami hears the Supreme Court verdict that upheld his death penalty. He seem restless and worried after hearing the news.

  • Verdict on Nizami's review plea May 5

    SC will deliver its verdict on May 5 on war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami’s petition seeking review of his death penalty.

  • Nizami’s review plea hearing likely tomorrow

    The Supreme Court is scheduled to hold the hearing tomorrow on the review petition filed by condemned war criminal Motiur Rahman Nizami.

Top