Mystery shrouds the death of a 60-year-old Japanese woman, who had been illegally living in Bangladesh for the last nine years, police say.
Police and other law enforcing agencies continue frequent patrols in Dhaka’s Gulshan-Baridhara diplomatic zone as part of stepped up vigilance measures.
BNP alleges that the government is blaming the party for the murder of two foreigners without any proof in a bid to hide its failure.
While attempts are being made to create disorder and insecurity in Bangladesh by killing foreign nationals – politicians are busy playing a no-holds-barred blame game against each other.
Japan's top government spokesman expresses outrage over the killing of a Japanese citizen who became the second foreigner to be gunned down in Bangladesh in less than a week.
Police arrest four people, including a schoolboy, from different areas in Ishwarganj upazila in last two days for their suspected link to Middle East-based militant outfit Islamic State (IS).
The Korean Embassy in Bangladesh has asked its citizens here to exercise caution and maintain a high level of personal security awareness at all times in all places following the killing of a Japanese citizen in Rangpur.
Law enforcers work to find whether there is any link between the killings of two foreigners in the span of five days, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal says.
Five days into the killing of an Italian citizen in Dhaka, a Japanese national is gunned down in northern district of Rangpur. Five persons detained for interrogation.