Police in Bangladesh say they have arrested hundreds of border guards suspected of inciting violence during a February mutiny that started at a military base in Dhaka.
Authorities said Thursday that about 500 suspects were detained recently in the continuing investigation into the February revolt.
Security forces say they have already arrested more than 800 border guards suspected of taking part in the bloody uprising.
The army says more than 70 people were killed in the mutiny, including 56 army officers.
Paramilitary border guards frustrated with their pay and working conditions led the two-day uprising against their commanding officers.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina initially promised a general amnesty for rebels who surrendered. But the government withdrew that offer after authorities discovered mass graves.