DHAKA Police in Bangladesh will bring to court on Thursday two men held over their suspected involvement in an attack claimed by militant group Islamic State on a cafe in the capital, Dhaka, that killed 20 hostages, mostly foreigners.
Gunmen stormed the cafe last month in one of the most brazen attacks in the South Asian nation's history, killing non-Muslims and foreigners - including Italians, Japanese and an American - before security forces ended the 12-hour siege.
16:49 Family pays tribute to American slain in terror attack11
15:31 UK: Attacker used WhatsApp, firm must help police get access8
04:28 Scuffles as Pro-Trump Rallies Held; 6 Arrested in California Clash28
02:01 U.S. airstrike kills al-Qaeda leader responsible for deaths of two Americans, Pentagon says22