The United States has extradited to Bangladesh a man convicted for his part in killing Bangladesh's independence leader and first president 32 years ago.
Former army officer Mohiuddin Ahmed arrived on Monday in the capital of Dhaka accompanied by two U.S. security officials.
Police arrested him immediately after he landed in Dhaka's Zia International Airport.
Ahmed was one of 12 army officers convicted for the assassination of President Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family in a military coup in 1975.
He was tried in absentia and sentenced to death along with the other 11 officers.
Several of the officers convicted for their role in the assassination are still at large.