Bangladesh: Abdul Kader Mullah Gets Death Penalty For War Crimes

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Bangladesh's highest court has sentenced to death a leader of the main Islamist party convicted of crimes against humanity during the war for independence from Pakistan in 1971.
 
 
Bangladesh's highest court has sentenced to death a leader of the main Islamist party convicted of crimes against humanity during the war for independence from Pakistan in 1971.
 
Abdul Kader Mullah of Jamaat-e-Islami, who denied all the charges, was given a life sentence in February. His sentence was increased to death by the Supreme Court as he appealed against his conviction.
 
 
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