Islamic State

How JMB evolved to ‘Neo JMB’
Despite some random bomb attacks they had carried out, Islamist militants in Bangladesh were not much cause for worry before 2004.
Two women, witnesses to Gulshan cafe attack, testify in Dhaka court
Two women, who were hostages during the July 1 terror attack on an upscale Gulshan cafe, have deposed in court as witnesses.
‘Islamic State magazine Dabiq’ mentions terror attack on Dhaka cafe
The ‘latest issue’ of Islamic State’s so-called propaganda magazine Dabiq has included in a report the recent terror attacks in Bangladesh, including the murder of a university professor and the Gulsh ...
Dhaka cafe attackers spoke to someone in Bangla on phone, police say quoting hostage
The Dhaka cafe attackers had spoken to someone on a mobile phone in Bangla, informing the person about the killings, police have said.
National interest first before taking foreign help to fight terror: Foreign minister
The foreign minister has said that Bangladesh will consider ‘national interest’ and assess ‘the need’ before taking any foreign help in fighting terrorism in the wake of a July 1 attack on a Dhaka caf ...
Gulshan attack: Police want more tests on samples from bodies of killers
Investigators have asked for more samples to be collected from the bodies of the dead gunmen who attacked Gulshan’s Holey Artisan Bakery, an official has said. 
Gulshan attack: Video released of four suspects
The Rapid Action Battalion has released a security footage with four suspects from the terror attack in Gulshan, seeking help to identify them.
NSU suspends pro-VC arrested for ‘sheltering Gulshan cafe killers’
Dhaka’s North South University has suspended the acting pro-vice chancellor following his arrest on charges of sheltering militants before the terror attack on a Gulshan cafe.