DHAKA, Bangladesh - When the Bangladeshi police freed hostages after a harrowing July 1 terrorist attack on a Dhaka bakery that left 22 people dead, two men remained mysteriously unaccounted for.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - The authorities in Bangladesh have offered cash bounties for two men believed to have planned recent Islamist attacks there, reflecting a sense of urgency as terror alert levels remain high. The first, Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, is believed to have planned the July 1 attack on the Holey Artisan Bakery, according to Shahidur Rahman, a police spokesman.
"We have good intelligence about Islamic State supporters," Monirul Islam, then the joint commissioner of the Dhaka metropolitan police, said in an interview last year. "They have confided that they want to go to Syria and participate in jihad. Not in Bangladesh. Their plan does not include anything like they would kill anyone in Bangladesh."
Until last fall, officials openly discussed fledgling efforts by a handful of Islamic State recruiters to lure Bangladeshis to Turkey, and on to Iraq or Syria. They did not seem to pose an urgent problem for Bangladesh: The number of recruits was not large, believed to be several dozen, and officials had no inkling that they aspired to carry out domestic attacks.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Amnesty International called on the Bangladeshi government on Tuesday to clarify the whereabouts of a former hostage from the recent attack on a Dhaka restaurant who was detained by the police but whose fate is now uncertain.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - When he was released with seven other hostages after a harrowing night of terrorist violence last Saturday, Tahmid Hasib Khan expected to be greeted with welcoming arms. Instead, Mr. Khan, a 22-year-old University of Toronto student, was grabbed by the Bangladeshi police, beaten and taken into custody.
Injured people are assisted after an attack in Kishoreganj, Bangladesh. Photo: Jamuna TV/AP After attacks on Muslims, many ask: where is the outpouring of grief? Dhaka: A bombing at Bangladesh's largest gathering for the Eid al-Fitr holiday killed two police officers and a civilian on Thursday and injured several others, a day after the Islamic State warned that more attacks would follow the militants' bloody siege in the capital last week.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - A bombing at Bangladesh 's largest gathering for the Eid holiday killed at least one person on Thursday, a day after the Islamic State warned that more attacks would follow the militants' bloody siege in the capital last week.
DHAKA, Bangladesh - The authorities in Bangladesh began a broad effort on Wednesday to compile a list of young men who have disappeared and may have been recruited by militant groups for terrorist operations like last week's massacre of 22 people at a restaurant in the capital, Dhaka.
COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh - Bangladesh's government began its first census of undocumented Rohingya refugees on Thursday, setting off fears that it might lead to a mass relocation or forcible repatriation of the refugees to Myanmar.
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