Bangladeshi security forces say they have captured the two remaining leaders of a banned militant group that carried out a wave of bomb attacks in the country last year.
Officials say the two men were the last militants still at large from the senior leadership of the group, Jamayetul Mujahideen Bangladesh. They say one of the fugitives, Mohammad Salahuddin, was caught Tuesday at a hideout near the port city of Chittagong. The other, Khaled Saifullah was arrested early on Wednesday at a house in the capital, Dhaka.
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