The 1971 genocide: War crimes and political crimes
A combination of factors has prevented those involved in the horrific genocide of 1971 in Bangladesh being brought to justice. Regional power politics, the economic considerations of Bangladesh immediately after its independence and continuing internal political strife have together held the process back. Now, the return to power in Dhaka of the Awami League has led to a new attempt at conducting war trials of the protagonists - most of whom belong to the Jamaát-e-Islami. But the government has...[Show more]
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