Heavy Rains and Eid Animal Sacrifices Create Rivers of Blood in Dhaka , Bangladesh
Rivers of blood flowed through the streets of Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Tuesday morning after heavy monsoon rains mixed with animal sacrifices for the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha . The annual holiday, known as the Feast of Sacrifice, is the second biggest celebration of the year for Muslims .
Bangladesh Refutes ISIS Role in Terror Attack, Says Domestic Group Responsible
Bangladeshi officials are refuting the claim by ISIS that the terror group is responsible for the siege of an upscale restaurant overnight Friday in the South Asian country's capital of Dhaka that left 28 dead, including the six attackers. Instead, says Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan,
Victims in Bangladesh Restaurant Attack Came From Countries Around the World
More than a dozen foreigners from countries around the world were among those killed in Friday night's attack at an upscale restaurant in the capital of Bangladesh. The victims' nationalities include American, Italian, Japanese, Indian, and Bangladeshi. The Islamic State group, also known as ISIS,
Three U.S. College Students Among Those Killed in Bangladesh Restaurant Attack
Two students from Emory University and one from University of California, Berkeley, were among those taken hostage and killed at an upscale restaurant in the capital of Bangladesh, the schools said Saturday. Tarishi Jain, a sophomore at University of California, Berkeley, was in Dhaka for an
20 Hostages Killed by 'Terrorists' in Bangladesh Restaurant Attack, ISIS Claims Responsibility
Twenty hostages were killed by militants who stormed an upscale restaurant in the the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka during a 10-hour siege, the government announced Saturday morning. The breakdown of the victims' nationalities was unknown. The restaurant, Holey Artisan Bakery, is located in Dhaka's
US Embassy Worker Hacked to Death in Bangladesh
A U.S. embassy worker was one of two men murdered Monday evening in Dhaka, Bangladesh's capital, the U.S. State Department said today. The employee, Xulhaz Mannan, was known as a "courageous advocate for LGBT rights," State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters at a briefing today. He was
U.S. to Use Trade to Rap Bangladesh Over Worker Safety
White House to Announce Bangladesh Suspension From Tax Break Program Following Tragedies
Wal-Mart, Gap Propose Alternate Bangladesh Safety Program
Wal-Mart and Gap Inc. have continued to resist calls for them to sign a global accord aimed at bringing safer conditions to garment factories in Bangladesh, but instead announced this week that they will be participating in a new working group aimed at forging their...