One of the six Bangladeshi UN peacekeepers injured in Thursday's militia ambush in the Democratic Republic of the Congo died at a hospital in Bunia, principal town of the trouble-torn Ituri region, early thursday. Private (Gunner) Nur Mohammad of Bangladesh Army passed away at 1:00am from a severe bullet-hit in the stomach, an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) release said. Some 40 blue-berets from Bangladesh were travelling in the convoy of two armoured cars and four jeeps that came under the ambush. All of them were later helicoptered to Bunia. Three of the Bangladeshi troopers suffered bullet injuries and the remaining three were wounded when their jeep turned turtle and fell into a roadside ditch.