Forty years later, Bangladesh leader jailed for war crimes
Ghulam Azam, a prominent Islamist and former leader of the Bangladesh opposition party, has been arrested for a series of crimes in the 1971 War of Independence and will remain in jail until his trial.
January 12, 2012
Retired Bishop Francis Tong Hui spent 15 years in a communist prison
Two Pilar Society priests are determined to begin work in Muslim-majority Mauritania
After questioning His existence, Philippine president claims God warned him against cussing
President Joko Widodo establishes task force targeting widespread extortion practices by govt, public sector officials
Indigenous communities end month-long march to Manila to assert their rights