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Bangladesh-attack: U.S. citizens among 20 aliens in Dhaka restaurants murdered
DHAKA, Bangladesh - Twenty foreign nationals, one of them US citizens, were murdered early Saturday by six highly gunmen in a high-class Dhaka neighborhood diner. An hour-long besiege was finally ended by the Bangladeshans, said officers. Three of the dead were college fraternities:
and the University of California, Berkeley. The Abinta Kabir, a growing tenth-grader on the Emory University Oxford, Georgia campus, was assassinated in the assault, the college said in a declaration. Kabir, who was living in Miami, was in Dhaka and visited relatives and mates. On Saturday, the State Department said that a US national" was among those who were uselessly assassinated in this attack", but did not recognize the national.
Another Emory pupil also passed away, the academy said. Dhaka-based Faraaz Hossain completed Emory's Oxford College this year and was getting ready to begin at the university's Graduate Program in the autumn. "of two members of our academic world. A 19-year-old Tarushi Jain from India was also murdered, according to a tweet by Sushma Swaraj, India's Foreign Minister.
Jain, who went to high-school at the American International School of Dhaka, attended the University of California, Berkeley. "Shri Sanjeev Jain, her dad, and I expressed our sincere sympathy. has been in Dhaka for an intern with Eastern Bank Limited since last months, according to UC Berkeley.
It was planning on marching in the national economy in academia, the academy said. She is a fashion retailer located in Dhaka. The Italian secretary of state said nine Italians were also murdered in the assault, and one Italian was not there. Seven people were also murdered, said Japan's Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga on Saturday.
Another thirteen alien prisoners were saved by paramilitaries who murdered all assailants, Brigadier General Nayeem Ashfaq Chowdhury said to Chowdhury reporter. Several policemen were also murdered. Nine Italians who have been murdered have been described by the Italians by the ministries of state as Adele Puglisi, Marco Tondat, Claudia Maria D'Antona, Nadia Benedetti, Vincenzo D'Allestro, Maria Rivoli, Cristian Rossi, Claudio Cappelli and Simona Monti.
Cannon fire was listened to as the forces were moving more than 10 hrs after the start of the assault to end the stalemate.