Holding that (1) the Immigration Judge's adverse credibility determination was supported by substantial evidence; (2) the Immigration Judge did not err by improperly discounting the Petitioner's corroborating evidence when denying his application for asylum; (3) the Immigration Judge did not err, on remand, by conducting an additional hearing and taking oral testimony before denying Petitioner's application for asylum; and (4) the Immigration Judge's determination that the Petitioner did not demonstrate a likelihood that he would be tortured if returned to Bangladesh was supported by substantial evidence.

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