Authorities in Bangladesh have launched a massive manhunt in response to Tuesday's suicide bombings in two cities that killed at least 10 people and left more than 60 others injured.
Police are looking for suspected members of the outlawed Islamic militant group Jumatul Mujahedin Bangladesh. The group has been accused of carrying out Tuesday's attacks, as well as a series of bombings earlier this year targeting the country's judges and lawyers. The group is demanding that Islamic law be imposed in the secular, Muslim majority democracy.
The first attack Tuesday happened outside a courthouse in the southern port city of Chittagong, while the second bombing was carried out at a court library in Gazipur town near the capital city of Dhaka. Prime Minister Khaleda Zia is vowing to crackdown on the insurgents, saying the bombers were "enemies" of Islam and Bangladesh.