Mutiny in Bangladesh
The short military revolt in Bangladesh in February almost pushed the country into nationwide armed conflict. For Assignment Mark Dummett investigates its causes.
Six months ago there was a short military revolt in Bangladesh that threatened to push the country into nationwide armed conflict. But some things remain mysterious. Why was it so brutal? Who was really behind it? What did they hope to achieve? In this week's addition of Assignment, Mark Dummett has tracked down key participants and eyewitnesses in search of some answers.