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An angry mob set fire to a passenger train in central Bangladesh yesterday, injuring at least 20 people, in retaliation for a grenade attack on an opposition rally that killed 19 people and wounded hundreds, police said.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Islamic State posted photos on Saturday it claimed to be of foreigners killed in an attack on a cafe in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where gunmen were holding hostages as police laid siege to the building, news agency Amaq said.
KUALA LUMPUR: The terror attack on a Dhaka cafe is a clarion call for the world to unite against the scourge of terrorism, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.
MILAN (Reuters) - An unknown number of Italians were among hostages who were killed after suspected Islamist militants attacked an upmarket cafe in the Bangladeshi capital on Friday night, a source at Italy's foreign ministry said on Saturday.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi condemned on Saturday a deadly attack in the Bangladeshi capital where suspected Islamist gunmen stormed into a cafe and killed 20 foreigners inside, including some Italians.
MILAN (Reuters) - Nine Italians were killed in Friday's attack by Islamist militants in the Bangladeshi capital, with another Italian still unaccounted for, Italy's foreign minister said on Saturday.
DHAKA: A family described how the birthday celebration of a 13-year-old turned into the bloody nightmare known as the Gulshan attack.
DHAKA/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Bangladesh, faced with the worst militant attack in its history, is probing deeper for possible ties between the men who murdered around 20 people in a restaurant and trans-national Islamist extremist groups, security officials said.
DHAKA/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Some leaders of Bangladesh's $26 billion garment industry expect Western fashion retailers to review their ties with the world's second-largest garment exporter after Islamist militants killed 20 foreigners in an attack on a Dhaka restaurant.
EXCLUSIVE: With boyish good looks, Nibras Islam from Dhaka, Bangladesh, had everything going for him – young, smart and from a wealthy family. The 20-something was also very popular at a private university in Malaysia where he studied commerce. He has been identified as one of the seven attackers responsible for killing 20 people in the attack that shook the world.