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Premiere of 'Voice of Conscience' held in Washington

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The Embassy of Bangladesh in Washington, DC organised the premiere of documentary 'Voice of Conscience' by eminent journalist and human rights activist Shahriar Kabir in the USA on Monday.
The premiere was held as a part of the public diplomacy initiative to realise the recognition of Bangladesh's genocide of 1971 and build awareness thereof.
Members of Washington-based think-tanks, media personalities, diplomats and officials from the US administration, including the State Department and members of Bangladesh diaspora, were present, said the Embassy on Tuesday.
The 64-minute documentary, which recorded witnesses and voice of the members of Pakistan civil society, politicians, journalists, poets, former military officials, and human rights activists vividly depicted the horrendous crimes of genocide inflicted on the unarmed people in Bangladesh by the Pakistani military and their local cohorts during the War of Liberation in 1971.

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