A few customers, an owner said, walked in, stepped behind the counter and wordlessly hugged the staff. Six months have passed since anyone thought of the Holey Artisan Bakery with anything but horror. It was once among the most beloved restaurants in Dhaka, the Bangladeshi capital, situated in its diplomatic quarter and popular with expatriates and locals alike. Advertisement Continue reading the main storyFor months, Dhaka’s diplomatic quarter was a spooked place. “Past terror, past grief, past agony,” exulted Syeda Zareen Rafa, 17, on Facebook.
Source:New York Times January 11, 2017 21:49 UTC