Bangladeshi Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, talks to the relatives of Bangladeshi victims of the attack on Holey Artisan Bakery during a memorial service in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Monday, July 4, 2016. (AP Photo)
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Bangladesh's prime minister has urged parents whose children have gone missing to provide information after some of the militants who attacked a Dhaka cafe last week turned out to be young men who had broken contact with their well-to-do families.Twenty people were killed in the attack, most of them foreigners, when five young Bangladeshi men stormed into the restaurant in an upscale part of the capital in an assault claimed by ISIS.Bangladesh has faced a series of attacks on liberal bloggers, university teachers and members of religious minorities over the past year.Police have not determined how the five men, who were from 19 to 26 years old, turned into cold-blooded killers.That attack was claimed by ISIS.Police said seven people including students had been detained for questioning over the attack.
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