December 26, 2013

Pakistan's State of Denial

Tahmima Anam, New York Times

The Associated Press

It was a Pakistani journalist, Anthony Mascarenhas, who gave the world the first detailed account of Bangladesh’s war of independence.

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TAGGED: Pakistan, Bangladesh, War Crimes


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