Authorities say they have two other people in custody but are still working to determine their connection to the shooting. “Whether you’re from Palestine, Iraq, Syria — he’s been the first person to hold his hand up,” Omar Nabi told NBC News. “Now we’ve lost another brother in terrorist attack,” Rahman told BDNews 24. Hosne Ara ParvinHosne Ara Parvin, 42, reportedly died while trying to save her husband, who was in a wheelchair, during the mass shooting, according to the United News of Bangladesh. Parvin was in the female prayer section of the mosque when the shooting began, according to the United News.
Source: bd News24 March 15, 2019 21:40 UTC