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Bangladeshis demand death for war crimes convict

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DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) -- For many in Bangladesh, the "V'' for victory sign was more than they could bear. They had waited more than four decades for justice in the mass killings and rapes during their independence war. But there was a smiling Abdul Quader Mollah on Feb. 5 apparently celebrating his life sentence -- given in place of an expected death sentence -- for his role in the killing of...

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