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  • Priest killed in similar fashion

    Nobody had an answer as Shefali wailed, “Why would anyone kill my husband whose only job was to perform puja?” Ananda Gopal Ganguly had been performing services at different temples in his village and adjacent areas for decades, she said. His father Satya Gopal Ganguly was also a priest.

  • Abu Sayyaf hostages in Philippines make video plea

    Three hostages being held by militants in the Philippines have appeared in a video pleading for their governments to meet the captors' demands.

  • Tailor killed in Tangail, ‘IS claims responsibility’

    Bike-riding assailants stab dead a middle-aged Hindu tailor in Tangail. Hours later, US-based SITE Intelligence Group tweet that international militant outfit Islamic State have claimed credit for the murder saying that he blasphemed Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

  • RU teacher murdered, then wrongly labelled

    While a reported statement of Islamic State labelled him as a promoter of atheism, Prof AFM Rezaul Karim Siddiquee was a

  • Islamic State, SITE Intelligence Group, Panchagarh

    IS claims Panchagarh priest murder: SITE

    Terrorist outfit Islamic State (IS) has claimed responsibility for murdering a Hindu priest in Debiganj upazila of Panchagarh, US-based SITE Intelligence Group says.

  • IS claims Ashulia checkpost attack: SITE

    IS claims responsibility for attack on police checkpost at Ashulia that left a constable dead, US-based SITE Intelligence Group says.

  • Arguments you cannot brush aside

    The operative words are extremism and terrorism; so what's in a name, terrorism is terrorism. The threats have always been there and to be fair to ourselves some of the major terrorist acts have not seen handing out of convictions to the perpetrators.

  • Not IS, offshoots of Jamaat-Shibir: Home minister

    There is no organisational structure of terrorist outfit Islamic State (IS) in Bangladesh, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan reiterates, hours after SITE reiterated its reports on IS claim of two foreigners’ murder and Shia headquarters bomb attack.

  • SITE defends IS claim

    The US-based SITE Intelligence Group stood by its reports on the Islamic State’s (IS) claims of the responsibility for the killings of two foreigners and bomb attacks on Shia headquarters in the country.

  • Cops claim 15 IS suspects' arrest

    Since September last year, police claim to have arrested about 20 suspected Islamic State members, militants having contacts or trying to establish link with the terrorist outfit.