Islamic State Boasts, Claims Responsibility For Bangladesh Bomb Blasts, Four Civilians & Two Police Officers Were Killed-50 Others Wounded

05122009 ZindaBazar Sylhet photo1 Ranadipam Basu

Dhaka (dpa) – The Islamic State militant group has claimed responsibility for bomb blasts near a suspected militant hideout in Bangladesh, according to a report, while police said on Sunday that the death toll from the explosion had risen to six. Four civilians and two police officers were killed and nearly 50 others wounded in blasts…

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