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
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