The nation witnessed one of the most devastating hostage crises it had ever experience
The walls of the school were adorned with pictures of the victims of the militant attack at Holey Artisan Bakery.
Socio-political campaigns against militancy get momentum after a major terror attack but fizzle out when the situation comes under control. Then a laid-back attitude prevails until terrorists regroup and strike again.
Students of Rummo High School in Benevento, Italy, accepts Dhaka café attack victim Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain as “the first Righteous” for his courageous role.
A key “Neo JMB” militant, who is one of the planners of last year's Gulshan café attack, was arrested in Natore early yesterday, police say.
When the terror attack was unfolding at the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka on the night of July 1 last year, Lt Col MM Imrul Hasan, a commando, was watching a movie with his family at a resort in Habiganj, some 180km from the capital.
Eerie quiet engulfed Gulshan road no 79 since this morning as people slowly make their way to the grounds of the Holey Artisan Bakery, witness to the worst-ever hostage crisis in the country that left 22 people killed including 17 foreigners.
Is England one-day captain Eoin Morgan risking his international career by refusing to tour Bangladesh on security fears?