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B’DESH OPPOSITION CALLS FOR WAR CRIMES TRIAL TO BE HALTED

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Bangladeshi political leaders accused of war crimes have demanded a fresh trial, following the resignation of the chairman of International Crimes Tribunal Justice M. Nizamul Haque. After private correspondence between the presiding judge and Ahmed Ziauddin, a lawyer of Bangladeshi origin based in Belgium, was published in The Economist, supporters of the defendants have called for the trial to be stopped immediately. The Economist has claimed to have heard 17 hours of recorded telephone conversations and seen over 230 e-mails between the two men.



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