Enforced Disappearances and A Draconian Law Are Muzzling Bangladesh's Press

On 10th March 2020, photojournalist Shafiqul Islam Kajol left his home to go to work. He never returned. The survivor of an alleged enforced disappearance, today Shafiqul Islam Kajol remains in jail on charges filed under Bangladesh’s heavily criticised Digital Security Act. This is his story, his family’s story and also the story of Bangladesh’s war on the media.

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