AFP 2012-07-04 10:57:57
Human Rights Watch Asia director Brad Adams poses with a report in a press conference in Dhaka on July 4, 2012. A leading rights group has accused Bangladeshi authorities of abusing and torturing many of the 6,000 border guards held over a mutiny in 2009 and denying some of them a fair trial. At least 74 people, including scores of senior army officers, were killed during the February 2009 mutiny that began when soldiers at the Bangladeshi Rifles headquarters in the capital Dhaka went on a killing spree. AFP PHOTO/Munir uz ZAMAN
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