FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 file photo, Bangladeshi activists participate in a candle light vigil demanding the execution of Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdul Quader Mollah and others convicted of war crimes during the nation's independence war in 1971, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Mollah, an assistant secretary of Jamaat, was found guilty of killing a student and a family of 11 and of aiding Pakistani troops in killing 369 others. Members of his party took to the streets in anger at his conviction, exploding homemade bombs and clashing with police. But they were soon overshadowed by thousands of protesters who flooded a major intersection in the capital, Dhaka, upset at what they said was a lenient verdict and inflamed by the image of Mollah smiling at journalists and holding up two fingers in a ''V'' sign as he left the court. (AP Photo/Pavel Rahman)
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