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Deadly gang wars: Nearly 100 inmates killed in one week in Brazil’s prisons
Global   Monday, January 9, 2017 IST
Deadly gang wars: Nearly 100 inmates killed in one week in Brazil’s prisons

Deadly gang wars: Nearly 100 inmates killed in one week in Brazil’s prisons

No less than four detainees were killed on Sunday in an office in Manaus, the capital of Amazonas state, sending the quantity of savage jail fatalities more than 100 in only one week.

A great part of the savagery, which incorporates a few slaughters with beheadings and gutting, has been among opponent medication posses in endlessly stuffed offices.

On Sunday four detainees were killed in up 'til now misty conditions in a Manaus jail, state open security authorities there said.

Destructive jail riots have escalated in Brazil since a détente separated in July between the nation's two biggest medication posses, the First Capital Command (PCC) and the Red Command (CV).

The nation was hit Friday by a terrible jail slaughter at the Monte Cristo Farm Penitentiary (PAMC) in Roraima express that left 31 dead.

That agitation came days after imprisoned posse individuals killed 56 matches in a 17-hour bloodbath at a jail in Manaus.

PAMC, the biggest jail in the state, was likewise hit by savage brutality in October, when battling between opponent packs murdered 10 prisoners.

At the time, the jail held 1,400 detainees - twofold its ability.

The conditions of northern Brazil, which outskirt beat cocaine makers Bolivia, Colombia and Peru, are fight zones in the medication exchange.

Penitentiaries there - and all through Brazil - are frequently under the true control of medication packs, whose turf wars on the outside are additionally battled out among prisoners.

Packing compounds the issue, activists say.

Brazil's detainee populace has been swollen by endeavors to get serious about a vicious and lucrative medication exchange.

The nation's correctional facilites hold 622,000 detainees - generally youthful dark men - as indicated by a 2014 equity service report, which found that half more limit was required.

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‘Mastermind’ of Bangladesh cafe attack killed: Dhaka police
Global   Friday, January 6, 2017 IST
‘Mastermind’ of Bangladesh cafe attack killed: Dhaka police

‘Mastermind’ of Bangladesh cafe attack killed: Dhaka police

An Islamist fanatic blamed for being one of the driving forces of a year ago's destructive attack at a Bangladeshi cafe was killed amid a pre-down raid Friday  in the capital Dhaka, police said.

The bodies of Nurul Islam Marzan and another presumed fanatic were found after officers raided a property in Dhaka's Rayer Bazar neighborhood, a representative for the Dhaka Metropolitan Police told AFP.

"We discovered two bodies. One of them was Marzan and another was a presumed fanatic," extra representative chief Yusuf Ali told AFP, including that it was not yet clear whether whether Marzan died in a gunfight or committed suicide.

Ali said that Marzan, who was matured around 30, was “one of the masterminds” of the attack at the upmarket Holey Artisan Bakery on July 1 a year ago in which 18 remote prisoners were shot or hacked to death.

The Islamic State association guaranteed obligation regarding the bistro assault, posting pictures of the savagery as it happened and photographs of the shooters who had postured with the IS's dark banner.

In any case, Bangladesh police dismisses the claim, rather accusing another branch of the Jamayetul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), a homegrown activist outfit established in 1998, for the attack.

Bangladesh powers have blamed a similar gathering for being behind a flood of killings of religious minorities, nonnatives and rights activists.

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