CNN: Stunned residents after terror attack: 'Bangladesh was never like this'
Dhaka, Bangladesh (CNN)Except for the stern-faced police officers standing guard while a swarm of television journalists jostled for the best vantage points, Gulshan Road No. 79 looked no different this Sunday.
Cars blared their horns at rickshaws drifting into their path. Street peddlers scurried by, calling out the names of the fresh fruit nestled in baskets on their heads. Pedestrians hurled profanities at drivers as they dodged and weaved in between traffic.
If Dhaka is in mourning after its deadliest and boldest terrorist attack, it certain doesn't show it.
An optimist will call it resilience — a city buckled but unbowed.
A pessimist will call it resignation — a people so numb to the depressing regularity of attacks that the shock has worn thin.
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More News On The Aftermath Of The Islamic State Terror Attack In Bangladesh
'We came here to kill the non-Muslims,' gunmen told Bangladesh hostages -- L.A. Times
Police admit they had previously tried and failed to arrest five of the militants who massacred 20 people in Dhaka restaurant horror -- Daily Mail
Gunmen 'started shooting right away' in Dhaka cafe attack -- CNN
Bangladeshis behind restaurant killings, international link probed -- Reuters
Dhaka Attack: Bangladesh Hunts for Hostage-Crisis Clues as Nation Mourns -- AP
Bangladesh Refutes ISIS Role in Terror Attack, Says Domestic Group Responsible -- ABC News
Bangladesh still denies ISIS role in Dhaka hostage horror -- AP
Dhaka Cafe Attack: ISIS Not Involved, Bangladesh Home Minister Says -- IBTimes
In Bangladesh, an attack aimed at foreigners and the country’s elite -- Washington Post
Terror attack in Bangladesh: The victims -- CNN
A timeline of the weekend hostage crisis in Bangladesh -- AP
Key Radical Islamist Groups in Bangladesh -- AP