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  • Dhaka attack: Philippine expresses solidarity with Bangladesh

    The Philippine government expresses solidarity with the people of Bangladesh after a bloody hostage-taking incident at Gulshan in Dhaka.

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    Report any 'suspicious cyber terrorism': Cops

    In view of the Gulshan cafe attack, police now seeks help of citizens to report people with suspicious activity on the social networking platforms.

  • Hostage crisis an outcome of gov’t misdeeds: Khaleda

    Terming the Gulshan hostage crisis an outcome of government’s misdeeds, BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia again calls upon the government to reach a national unity in a bid to eliminate extremism from the country.

  • Get united to resist terrorists: PM

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina announces a two-day national mourning for the victims of Holey Artisan Bakery attack at Gulshan diplomatic zone in Dhaka and urges all, including anti-terrorism committees, community police and general people, to get united to resist a handful of derailed terrorists.

  • Confusion over death of Bangladeshi citizens

    In the backdrop of confusion over whether there is any Bangladeshi citizen among the dead victims at Holey Artisan cafe, a top military officer insists that not all of the 20 killed by the militants were foreigners.

  • Anxious wait for families of Holey Artisan hostages

    Panic can be clearly seen in all of their faces as the family members wait for the rescue of their dear ones held hostage inside the hitherto quiet dining place in Dhaka’s diplomatic zone.

  • Terror Strikes Dhaka

    In an unprecedented turn of events last night, gunmen held hostage dozens of people inside a popular hangout for foreigners in the capital's diplomatic zone of Gulshan, and fired shots and hurled bombs at law enforcers, killing at least two cops and injuring around 40. According to some accounts, 20 foreigners and a few children were among the hostages.

  • Tavella murder: Detectives still clueless

    Detectives say they are still clueless about motives behind the murder of Italian aid worker Cesare Tavella.

  • Court issues warrant to search Khaleda’s office

    A Dhaka court issued a warrant allowing police to search BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia’s Gulshan office.