Bangladeshi Muslims sit on top of trains as they head to their hometowns ahead of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Friday, Sept. 1, 2017.
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Bangladesh's central bank will send a team of officials to the Philippines on Tuesday to push for the recovery of more of the $81 million stolen from its account at the New York Federal Reserve last year and routed through a bank in Manila.Bangladesh Bank has been able to retrieve only about $15 million of the money stolen in one of the world's biggest cyber heists.RCBC was fined a record one billion pesos ($19.54 million) by the Philippine central bank for its failure to prevent the movement of the stolen money through its bank, while a top Bangladeshi investigator has said he suspected some IT technicians from the Dhaka-based bank helped the hackers carry out the heist.
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