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Bangladesh police sought more information Monday from friends and family of the men suspected of carrying out a deadly attack on a restaurant in the capital, and some are believed to have attended top schools and colleges at home and abroad.It was one of the deadliest militant attacks to date in Bangladesh, where ISIS and Al-Qaeda have claimed a series of killings of liberals and religious minorities in the last year while the government says they were carried out by local groups.Whoever was responsible, Friday's attack marked a major escalation in the scale and brutality of militant violence aimed at forcing strict Islamic rule in Bangladesh, whose 160 million people are mostly Muslim.Just days after the attack claimed by its rival extremist movement ISIS, a regional branch of Al-Qaeda urged Muslims in India to revolt and carry out lone wolf attacks.
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