Three female suspects, explosives and suicide vests seized in counter-terror raid in southern Bangladesh.
Since then, ordinary Bangladeshis have helped security services “crush the militants,” says Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal.
Ongoing counter-terror operations show that security risk still exists, diplomats say.
Attack catapulted the Islamic State into national consciousness in Bangladesh.
Speaker calls Dhaka café attack ‘just a glimpse’ and warns against democracy.
Meanwhile, a ruling party official voices shock at his son’s alleged role in the attack.
Police meanwhile file charges against five militants they say carried out the attack.
Attackers were well-to-do, well-educated Bangladeshis, officials say.
Two police officers killed in ongoing stand-off; fate of hostages unknown.
Nine Italians, seven Japanese, one Indian and one American among those killed.