Bangladesh

Justice for Missing Indigenous Women’s Rights Activist

Demand the Bangladeshi government to support investigation In the early hours of 12 June 1996, Kalpana Chakma, 23, was abducted from her home in Bangladesh, by a group of plain clothed security personnel. She has never been found.

Bangladesh: Death sentences for 152 mutineers are a further injustice - 5 November 2013

Headline Title:  Bangladesh: Death sentences for 152 mutineers are a further injustice Today’s death sentences handed down by a Bangladeshi court to 152 people involved in a 2009 mutiny are a perversion of justice, Amnesty International said. Today’s death sentences handed down by a Bangladeshi court to 152 people involved in a 2009 mutiny are a perversion of justice, Amnesty International said. Media Node:  Bangladesh Rifles death sentences Story Location:  Bangladesh 22° 59' 49.1928" N, 91° 35' 34.8648" E “Justice has not been served with today’s ruling, which, if carried out, will only result in 152 more human rights violations” Source:  Polly Truscott, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia-Pacific Director Date:  Tue, 05/11/2013 URL:  Bangladesh must overturn all death sentences Description:  News story, 1 October 2013 URL:  Bangladesh: Death sentence without right of judicial appeal defies human rights law Description:  News story, 17 September 2013 URL:  Bangladesh: Death penalty in war crimes tribunal “extremely regrettable” Description:  Press release, 17 July 2013 URL:  Fair trials needed in Bangladesh to ensure justice for victims of mutiny Description:  News story, 12 November 2009 URL:  Looking for justice: Mutineers on trial in Bangladesh Description:  Report, 12 November 2009

Bangladesh debe revocar todas las condenas a muerte

La pena de muerte impuesta a un parlamentario bangladeshí condenado por crímenes de lesa humanidad no es la forma de hacer justicia a las numerosas víctimas de la guerra de independencia del país, ha declarado hoy Amnistía Internacional. La pena de muerte impuesta a un parlamentario bangladeshí condenado por crímenes de lesa humanidad no es la forma de hacer justicia a las numerosas víctimas de la guerra de independencia del país,

Bangladesh. Il faut commuer toutes les peines de mort

La condamnation à la peine capitale prononcée à l’encontre d’un député bangladais déclaré coupable de crimes contre l’humanité n’est pas la solution pour rendre justice aux nombreuses victimes de la guerre d’indépendance du pays, a déclaré Amnesty International mardi 1er octobre 2013. La condamnation à la peine capitale prononcée à l’encontre d’un député bangladais déclaré coupable de crimes contre l’humanité n’est pas la solution pour rendre justice aux nombreuses victimes de l

Bangladesh must overturn all death sentences

The death sentence imposed against a Bangladeshi MP convicted of crimes against humanity is not the way to bring justice to the many victims of the country’s war of independence, Amnesty International said today. The death sentence imposed against a Bangladeshi MP convicted of crimes against humanity is not the way to bring justice to the many victims of the country’s war of independence, Amnesty Internatio

Bangladesh must overturn all death sentences - 1 October 2013

Headline Title:  Bangladesh must overturn all death sentences The death sentence imposed against a Bangladeshi MP convicted of crimes against humanity is not the way to bring justice to the many victims of the country’s war of independence, Amnesty Internatio The death sentence imposed against a Bangladeshi MP convicted of crimes against humanity is not the way to bring justice to the many victims of the country’s war of independence. Media Node:  Bangladesh Story Location:  United Kingdom 23° 51' 32.5584" N, 89° 38' 54.3768" E See map: Google Maps “The many victims of horrific abuses during Bangladesh’s independence war and their families have long deserved justice but the death penalty is not the answer. One human rights abuse cannot make amends for another. ” Source:  Abbas Faiz, Bangladesh Researcher at Amnesty International. URL:  Bangladesh: Death sentence without right of judicial appeal defies human rights law Description:  News Story, 17 September 2013 URL:  Bangladesh: Death penalty in war crimes tribunal “extremely regrettable” Description:  News Story, 17 July 2013

Bangladesh: La pena de muerte sin derecho a apelación judicial es contraria a las leyes de derechos humanos

Bangladesh debe conmutar inmediatamente la pena de muerte impuesta a Abdul Quader Mollah, ha declarado Amnistía Internacional después de que el Tribunal Supremo aumentara su condena a cadena perpetua a la pena capital tras una apelación del gobierno.  Bangladesh debe conmutar inmediatamente la pena de muerte impuesta a Abdul Quader Mollah, ha declarado Amnistía Internacional después de que el Tribunal Supremo aumentara su condena a cadena perpet

Bangladesh. Une condamnation à mort sans possibilité d'appel est contraire au droit relatif aux droits humains

Le Bangladesh doit immédiatement commuer la peine de mort prononcée à l'encontre d'Abdul Quader Mollah, a dit Amnesty International après que la Cour suprême a aggravé sa peine de réclusion à vie en peine capitale, à la suite d'un recours du gouvernement. Le Bangladesh doit immédiatement commuer la peine de mort prononcée à l’encontre d’Abdul Quader Mollah, a dit Amnesty International après que la Cour suprême a aggravé sa peine de réclusion à vie e

Bangladesh: Death sentence without right of judicial appeal defies human rights law - 17 September 2013

Headline Title:  Bangladesh: Death sentence without right of judicial appeal defies human rights law Bangladesh should immediately commute the death sentence of Abdul Quader Mollah, Amnesty International said after the Supreme Court increased his sentence from life imprisonment to death following Bangladesh should immediately commute the death sentence of Abdul Quader Mollah, Amnesty International said after the Supreme Court increased his sentence from life imprisonment to death following an appeal by the government. Media Node:  Bangladesh DP Story Location:  Bangladesh 23° 12' 8.3052" N, 92° 48' 45" E “We are very concerned about the Supreme Court’s ruling and the apparent relentless effort by the government to ensure that Mollah could be put to death. We urge Bangladeshi authorities to commute his death sentence, and to impose a moratorium on executions as a first step towards abolishing the death penalty” Source:  Abbas Faiz, Amnesty International’s Bangladesh Researcher Date:  Tue, 17/09/2013 URL:  Bangladesh: Death penalty in war crimes tribunal “extremely regrettable” Description:  Press release, 17 July 2013

Bangladesh: Death sentence without right of judicial appeal defies human rights law

Bangladesh should immediately commute the death sentence of Abdul Quader Mollah, Amnesty International said after the Supreme Court increased his sentence from life imprisonment to death following an appeal by the government.  Bangladesh should immediately commute the death sentence of Abdul Quader Mollah, Amnesty International said after the Supreme Court increased his sentence from life imprisonment to death following

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