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Bangladesh: Crackdown on Bloggers, Editors Escalates #FOS #FOE #Censorship

As Protests Sharpen Along Religious Lines, Government Should Not Curtail Free Speech APRIL 15, 2013, hrw.org “By targeting peaceful critics in the media and blogosphere and promising more arrests, the government is abandoning any serious claim that it is committed… Continue Reading →

Bangladesh amends war crimes law, mulls banning Islamists

By Anis Ahmed DHAKA (Reuters) – DHAKA | Sun Feb Feb 17 (Reuters) – Bangladesh‘s parliament, meeting the demands of protesters thronging the capital, amended a law on Sunday allowing the state to appeal any verdict in war crimes trials it deems… Continue Reading →

Bangladesh war crimes trial: Blogger killed, violence escalates

Feb 17, 2013   Dhaka, Bangladesh: Blogger Ahmed Rajib Haider, a 30-year-old architect, was found dead near the gate of his home on Friday night, a local police official, Abdul Latif Sheikh, said. An autopsy showed Haider had at least eight… Continue Reading →

Protests erupt in Bangladesh after war-crimes verdict

By Farid Ahmed for CNN February 7, 2013 — U Dhaka, Bangladesh (CNN) — Outraged by a court verdict they considered too lenient, thousands of people took to the streets across Bangladesh on Wednesday demanding the death penalty for an Islamic… Continue Reading →

Anti- State- Poem #sedition #censorship

 William Nicholas Gomes; a promising name, a poet, journalist and human rights activist. He is well known for his outspoken, impartial, uncompromising position on the issues of human rights violations. He is an ambassador of peace, who advocates democracy and… Continue Reading →

Bangladesh Blocks Website Of Christian Dissident #Censorship

(BosNewsLife Exclusive) Sunday, May 27, 2012 (12:34 pm) William Nicholas Gomes has been hiding in Hong Kong. By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent BosNewsLife DHAKA/HONG KONG (BosNewsLife)– Bangladesh has reportedly blocked the website of leading Christian rights activist, author… Continue Reading →

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