Bangladesh interrogation centre where Britons were taken to be tortured

In the northern Dhaka suburb of Uttara, across the road from a women's medical college, is a compound controlled by a Bangladeshi paramilitary police unit called the Rapid Action Battalion. Just inside the gate, on the left hand side, is an unremarkable office block: white-painted, five storeys tall, with a green awning over its front door.
Were you to enter, climb to the first floor, and make your way through the heavy steel door at the head of the stairs, you would find yourself facing a desk and a uniformed receptionist-cum-guard. Corridors stretch to his right and his left. According to... read more

 
17 January 2011 in World News, Views: 2
Source: Guardian
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