Deep Sorrow in Japan as Bangladesh Attack Victims Return Home

'Deep Sorrow' in Japan as Bangladesh Attack Victims Return Home Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said Tuesday he felt "deep sorrow and strong indignation" as the bodies of seven Japanese nationals killed in an attack at a restaurant in Bangladesh returned home. The victims were among 20 hostages and two police officers killed Saturday in Dhaka. "It is my utmost pain that the precious lives were lost by the cruel and heinous terrorism which led to this regretful end," Kishida said. He pledged that Japan would work with the international community to ensure such an attack would not happen again. Bangladeshi security officials initially said officers killed six attackers and captured another who carried out the siege. But senior police official Saiful Islam said Tuesday one of thos...
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