A member of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) swings a baton at an activist of Bangladesh's Jamaat-e-Islami, after he was arrested on suspicion of vandalizing a car during a day-long strike in Dhaka

 
A member of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) swings a baton at an activist of Bangladesh
A member of the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) swings a baton at an activist of Bangladesh's Jamaat-e-Islami, after he was arrested on suspicion of vandalizing a car during a day-long strike in protest against the decision by the country's war crimes tribunal to deliver judgement in a case against their top leader Abdul Quader Mollah in Dhaka February 5, 2013. A controversial war crimes tribunal sentenced a senior leader of Bangladesh's biggest Islamist party to life imprisonment on Tuesday, the second verdict in ongoing trials that have reopened old wounds about the country's bloody independence struggle. Abdul Quader Mollah was found guilty of charges including murder, rape, torture and arson during Bangladesh's war to break away from Pakistan in 1971. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj