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Bangladesh: The Mystery of a Mutiny

David Montero is no stranger to Bangladesh -- he lived and reported there between 2004 and 2005. But he had only been back in the country for a few hours when a full-scale mutiny by a branch of the Army brought the already chaotic capital of Dhaka to the verge of civil war.
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  • Troubled Water
  • Brazil: Hired Guns
  • California: The Immigration Dilemma
  • Iran: The Stem Cell Fatwa
  • Pakistan Under Siege
  • Children of the Taliban
  • Bangladesh: The Mystery of a Mutiny
  • Taking on the Mafia
  • Sri Lanka: A Terrorist in the Family
  • Burma: Inside the Saffron Revolution
  • Jesus in China
  • Crimes at the Border
  • State of Emergency
  • South Africa: An Everyday Crime
  • Extraordinary Rendition
  • Tibet: Eye Camp
  • Dubai: Night Secrets
  • Pakistan: Disappeared
  • Iraq: The Alcohol Smugglers
  • Ghana: Baseball Dreams
  • Uganda: The Condom Controversy
  • Ecuador: Country Doctors
  • Nepal: A Girl's Life


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