Before the wounds of the July 1 deadly terror attack at a Spanish restaurant in Dhaka , that left 22 people, including 18 foreigners and two police officers dead, had even begun to heal, Bangladesh suffered a fresh blow on July 7 when terrorists attacked Muslims' Eid prayers.
He was critically wounded during a shootout with police early Thursday after he earlier shot three in Christiania when officers tried to arrest him. Wednesday's shooting had prompted a backlash from Danish politicians and commentators, but on Friday Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen tweeted: "Well done Christiania ".
The Collective against Islamophobia in France (CCIF), which is supporting the women, said that the incident represented a "racist shift" in French society as prosecutors opened an investigation into possible "religious discrimination". Muslims must be "committed to a total defense of the Republic in the face of terrorism, in the face of Salafism", Cazeneuve told the paper, adding French values must "transcend all others".
Vestager said figures used to calculate the amount of back taxes owed by Apple came from the company itself, as well as U.S. Senate hearings. He said the decision was "maddening" and "not based on law or fact", but that he was confident it would be overturned on appeal.
The US offered Bangladesh counter-terrorism assistance after last month's deadly cafe attack in Dhaka's diplomatic zone. On Saturday, security forces killed three Islamist militants, including a Bangladeshi-born Canadian citizen called Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury who was accused of masterminding the assault on cafe.
He is believed to be the mastermind of the country's worst terror attack that killed 20 foreign nationals. Police are yet to identify the two other, but Counter-terrorism Unit's Additional Deputy Commissioner Sanowar Hossain said they suspect one of them to be a "key figure" of the militant outfit.