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The Bangladesh genocide was the ethnic cleansing of Bengali Hindus residing in East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) during the Bangladesh Liberation War, perpetrated by the Pakistan Armed Forces and the Razakars.
- 1971 Dhaka University massacre
- Bangladesh Liberation War
- Akhira massacre
- Bakhrabad massacre
- Bengali Genocide Remembrance Day
- Burunga massacre
- Jinjira massacre
- Chuknagar massacre
- The Concert for Bangladesh, the first major benefit concert
- Movement demanding trial of war criminals of Bangladesh : 1972 to present
- Bangladesh Liberation War Library and Research Centre, a Digital Library, working to 'preserve and publicly distribute' the historical documents regarding the Liberation War of Bangladesh and Genocide of Innocent Bengali People in 1971.
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