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Tamim, 2 others killed in N`ganj

10 detained: Tamim chapter closed, says Kamal

The body of the mastermind of Gulshan Café attack Tamim Chowdhury who was killed in N\'ganj hideout during an operation on Saturday morning.

Staff Reporter  :The suspected Gulshan café attack mastermind Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury and two others were killed during a joint forces raid 'Operation Hit Strong' 27" at a house in Narayanganj Sadar upazila on the outskirts of the city on Saturday morning.The two other suspected militants killed during the operation have been identified as Mohammad Iqbal and Malik.The special joint forces comprising Dhaka Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit, Special Weapon and Tactic Team (SWAT), Detective Branch of Police, member of elite force Rapid Action Battalion (RAB)-11 and Narayanganj  police took part in the 'Operation Hit Strong 27'.

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Kerry’s 9-hr stay to feature garment visit besides formal meetings

US Secretary of State John Kerry will be in Dhaka for 9 hours on Monday, with a series of meetings with Bangladeshi leaders slated to keep his schedule packed.

Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali will receive Kerry at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on his arrival at 9:25am from Geneva by a special aircraft, said an official at the Foreign Ministry on Saturday.

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Mourners pay tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting during a memorial service in San Diego

Mourners pay tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting during a memorial service in San Diego, California on June 12, 2016. Fifty people died when a gunman allegedly inspired by the Islamic State group opened fire inside a gay nightclub in Florida, in the worst terror attack on US soil since September 11, 2001.

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Nukes threat festering in South Asia - India and Pakistan could blot out the sum, starving much of the human race

 One of the more tenacious conspiracy theories that have taken root in the hothouse of Pakistan's capital is that Osama bin Laden was not killed in the May 2, 2011, Navy SEAL raid on his compound in Abbottabad that, in fact, he had already been dead for years, killed in the caves of Tora Bora.

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113 export organisations receive National Export Trophy from PM

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday distributed the National Export Trophy for 2011-12 and 2012-13 among 113 export organisations for their significant role in overseas trade and thus earning foreign currency.

The awards were distributed at a programme organised jointly by the Ministry of Commerce and the Export Promotion Bureau (EPB) at Osmani Memorial Auditorium in the city.

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