Bangladesh killings - updates

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Bangladesh bans TV station, tracks students after attacks

Jul 10, 2016 - 9:20 PM

As part of its fight against radicalization Bangladesh tells school authorities to provide info on students who go missing for 10 days or more

epa05412149 Security officials stand guard as Muslims offer prayers in the National Eid Prayer Ground at the High-Court in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 07 July 2016. Millions of Muslims across the country celebrate Eid al-Fitr festival amid security after the the terrorist attack at a popular restaurant in Dhaka on 01 July left 20 hostages dead and several injured. EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH

Bangladesh arrests Islamist militant over publisher attack

Jun 16, 2016 - 6:35 PM

Police say the arrest of 20 year old Suman Hossain Patowari alleged member of the Ansarullah Bangla Team ABT is an important breakthrough

Bangladesh police escort Islamist militant Suman Hossain Patowari (C), 20, after his arrest in connection with an attack on publisher Ahmedur Rashid Tutul in Dhaka on June 16, 2016.    An Islamist militant suspected of attacking a publisher last year has been arrested, Bangladesh police said June 16, in what they described as an important breakthrough in their investigations into a spate of horrific attacks. Suman Hossain Patowari, 20, was arrested in Dhaka late June 15 over a brutal attack that wounded publisher Ahmedur Rashid Tutul and two others at his office in the capital in October.  / AFP PHOTO / STR

Bangladesh clerics issue fatwa on Islamist killings

Jun 14, 2016 - 5:45 PM

UPDATED The fatwa or religious edict says killings of non Muslims minorities and secular activists are forbidden in Islam

epa05007525 Cultural activists, writers and members of the Ganajagaran Mancha shout slogans as they attend a torch light procession protesting the killing and attacks on the publisher and bloggers in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 02 November 2015. Ganajagaran Mancha has called for a half-day country-wide strike on 03 November demanding the arrest of the assailants of publishers. The publisher Faisal Arefin Dipan was stabbed to death in Dhaka on 31 October, hours after unidentified assailants knifed another publisher and two secular bloggers elsewhere in the city. Four secularist bloggers have been killed by suspected Islamist militants in Bangladesh this year. EPA/ABIR ABDULLAH

New hit-list threatens Bangladeshi teachers, politicians

May 03, 2016 - 6:30 PM

UPDATED Police say they are taking seriously an unknown group s threat to kill 10 people

A Bangladeshi police official stands in front of an apartment in Dhaka on April 25, 2016. where here a leading gay rights activist was allegedly hacked to death.  Two people including a leading gay rights activist were hacked to death at an apartment in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka, police said, the latest in a series of attacks on minorities in the Muslim-majority nation. / AFP PHOTO / MUNIR UZ ZAMAN