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US embassy asks Bangladesh for info on two global terrorists

  • Published at 08:29 pm August 14th, 2016
  • Last updated at 05:52 pm August 15th, 2016
US embassy asks Bangladesh for info on two global terrorists
The global terrorist have been identified as a dual citizen of Belgium and Morocco a Mohamed Abrini and a Pakistani terrorist group named Jamaat-Ul-Ahrar. On July 13, 2016, the United States government designated Mohamed Abrini and Jamaat-ul-Ahrar as Specially Designated Global Terrorists for their terrorist attack on innocent people, the letter reads. Political and Military officer of the US embassy in Dhaka Christen Machak recently sent a letter to the foreign ministry with an enclosure of the history of these men and their terrorist activities. Senior Assistant Secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affair Tahleel Dilawar Moon sent the US embassy's letter to ministry of home affair, finance division, and Bank and Financial Institution Division and governor of Bangladesh Bank. The government agencies will send information about the two global terrorists to the Political and Military officer of the US embassy in Dhaka Christen Machak. Mohamed Abrini is the member of Islamic State of Iraq and Levant responsible for the November 2015 Paris attacks and March 2016 Brussels attacks. Following his arrest in Belgium in April 2016, Abrini admitted to being the 'man in white' seen with two suicide bombers at the Bruesel's Zaventem airport on March 22 before the attack which left 16 dead. Jammat-ul-Ahrar is a group that broke off from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan with links to al-Qaaida. In March 2016, Jammat -ul-Ahrar claimed responsibility for the Easter Sunday suicide assault on Ghulshan-e-Iqbal amusement park in Pakistan which killed over 70 people, including 29 children and seven women and injured over 300 others.