Bangladesh’s Anti-corruption Commission Questions Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus
By Julhas Alam
Yunus, the famed pioneer of microcredit, is being investigated for embezzlement in a case many see as politically motivated.
The Disappearance and Arbitrary Detention of Rohingya Refugee Leader Dil Mohammed
By Shafiur Rahman
Dil Mohammed was abducted from a Rohingya refugee settlement in January, only to appear in a Bangladeshi jail in May.
In Bangladesh, the War on the Press Rages On
By Zarif Faiaz
With general elections due early next year, the ruling Awami League is intensifying its assault on what remains of the country's free media.
US Human Rights Report Raps Bangladesh on the Knuckles
By Shafi Md Mostofa
The Biden administration has raised questions over the legitimacy of the Sheikh Hasina government over three years after the general elections.
On Day of the Disappeared, US Has Eyes on Bangladesh
By Carolyn Nash
The Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission held a hearing on increasing use of enforced disappearance to silence dissent, undermine independent media, and intimidate human rights advocates in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh’s ‘Fake News’ Law Is Used to Stifle Dissent
By Saad Hammadi
Bangladesh’s crackdown on dissent tests the human rights commitment of all states.
Bangladesh Silencing Teenage Dissent
By Tasnim Nazeer
A 15-year-old was arrested for criticizing Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Facebook.
Bangladesh: The Anatomy of a Political Arrest
By Siddharthya Roy
One man’s fate after the August protests illustrates the government’s growing paranoia.
How Enforced Disappearances Get Suppressed in Bangladeshi Media
By Faisal Mahmud
Enforced disappearances have become an accepted reality, and the media appear nonchalant about such cases.
Bangladesh: ‘Disappeared’ Reappear All the Time
By Sajeeb Wazed
The prime minister's son responds to concerns over enforced disappearances.
Rights Groups Criticize Bangladesh Government for 'Silence' on Enforced Disappearances
By Faisal Mahmud
Bangladesh is accused of ignoring the issue in a report before its UN human rights review.