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The 1971 Bangladesh genocide is an example of extreme barbarism around the world. Even though it is yet to be internationally recognized, the people of Bangladesh started receiving legal justice long after 38 years followed by the establishment of the International Crimes Tribunal, Bangladesh (ICT-BD) in 2010. For the very first time a thorough glimpse of history of Bangladesh genocide in line with the trials of the local collaborators has been highlighted in this book. The first 20 trial cases of the ICT-BD have been meticulously analyzed which include all the landmark cases concerning…mehr

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The 1971 Bangladesh genocide is an example of extreme barbarism around the world. Even though it is yet to be internationally recognized, the people of Bangladesh started receiving legal justice long after 38 years followed by the establishment of the International Crimes Tribunal, Bangladesh (ICT-BD) in 2010. For the very first time a thorough glimpse of history of Bangladesh genocide in line with the trials of the local collaborators has been highlighted in this book. The first 20 trial cases of the ICT-BD have been meticulously analyzed which include all the landmark cases concerning prosecution of the most notorious local collaborators of Bangladesh. It is worth mentioning that this book is written by a Prosecutor of the ICT-BD who herself is a very much part of its trial process. It is indeed a unique reference book for academics, practitioners, researchers and students.