Bangladesh, India sign extradition treaty - Business Recorder (blog) - Business Recorder (blog)Bangladesh, India sign extradition treatyBusiness Recorder (blog)DHAKA: Bangladesh and India on Monday signed an extradition treaty that could pave the way for the deportation of an alleged key Indian insurgent leader in Dhaka t... Article by (c) bangladesh - Google... - http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tfd=Rusg=AFQjCNF2gRULEg7f-lNLPftZcGUOp-4afgurl=http://www.brec
Cabinet clears extradition treaty with Bangladesh - Times of India - Times of India Cabinet clears extradition treaty with BangladeshTimes of India the way for deportation of jailed Ulfa general secretary Anup Chetia and many other insurgents from the northeast who have been hiding in Bangladesh. Similarly, it will also help Dhaka in... - http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tfd=Rusg=AFQjCNHVPkPZmgQQ2Y2x6NMdyY_5DbGtMQurl=http://timesofi
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Boko Haram Is Being Aided By ISIS Says Osinbajo Nigeria's Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo On Tuesday April 25 said Boko Haram is now working in alliance with the Islamic State (IS). The Abubakar Shekau-led terror group first pledged allegiance to ISIS in March 2015. Osinbajo called all countries affected by terrorist activities to also form a stronger force to tackle the "evil collaborations." This is contained in a statement released by Mr. Laolu Akande the Vice-President's Senior…
As Myanmar’s ongoing crisis over the persecution of Rohingya Muslims threatens to spiral into an armed insurgency, new reports of violence by Burmese soldiers are drawing international alarm. Meanwhile, fleeing Rohingya refugees pouring into Bangladesh... | UN report: Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims face ongoing violence | via WORLD Magazine
General Agha Mohammad Yahya Khan oversaw the 1970 Elections in Pakistan, the results of which exposed the deep fractures between East and West Pakistan resulting in insurgency in Bengal. Yahya Khan's crack down of Bengalis left the country permanently divided when war broke out and after a poorly mismanaged war the Pakistan army surrendered. Violent demonstrations against the military government soon broke out at the news of Pakistan's defeat. Yahya Khan resigned on December 20, 1971.