Sunday, 20 July 2014 13:29
A Critical Review of the International Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh
by Muhammad Molla
History is littered with examples of atrocity crimes committed during conflict. The community of nations has universally recognized that such ‘international crimes’, including war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, have quite rightly been universally condemned and it is quite right that those persons accused of having committed such atrocities should stand trial where there is compelling evidence to substantiates such charges.