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04/11/2013

A community leader in London who helped to set up the Muslim Council of Britain has been sentenced to death by Bangladesh's International Crimes Tribunal. Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin, along with another man was convicted in absence for taking part in the killing of eighteen academics and journalists during the civil war in 1971. We hear from his lawyer. Plus the President of the American Casting Society tells us why he's pleased that Woody Allen thinks casting directors should be eligible for an Oscar, and we've a round-up of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

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