|Posted by George Freund on July 1, 2016 at 4:20 PM|
Police are locked in a shoot-out with gunmen at a restaurant in the diplomatic quarter of the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka, that is popular with foreigners
U.S. Embassy reported hostages have been taken at the Dhaka restaurant
Up to nine gunmen entered, opened fire and hurled makeshift bombs
Gunmen armed with 'pistols, swords and bombs', according to a witness
Worker who escaped reported gunmen shouted 'Allahu Akbar' as they fired
Restaurant in city's diplomatic quarter and popular with foreign nationals
Several foreigners are among being held hostage inside, said police chief
BREAKING NEWS: Police locked in a shoot-out with gunmen who take hostages at restaurant in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka's diplomatic quarter
Police are locked in a shoot-out with gunmen at a restaurant in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka, with reports from the U.S. Embassy that a 'hostage situation' is ongoing.
Daily Mail fakes photo to Dhaka event.
Bangladesh garment workers clash with police over wage hike
A Bangladeshi policeman fires a shotgun loaded with rubber projectiles during clashes with garment workers in Ashulia, outside Dhaka, on November 12, 2013
© AFP Munir Uz Zaman
So is this story real or fake? We like to see a little muzzle flash in our shooting episodes so that they seem real. 2013 was real. The jury is out on this one.