The execution of Abdul Quader Mollah has been on hold since he was granted a reprieve Tuesday night just hours before he was to be put …
(DHAKA, Bangladesh) — Lawyers for a leader of Bangladesh’s largest Islamic party sought Wednesday to have his death sentence thrown out after a late-night reprieve saved his life just hours before he was to be hanged.
Abdul Quader Mollah, convicted of war crimes during the nation’s war of independence against Pakistan in 1971, was …
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