Associated Press DHAKA, Bangladesh — The hostages were given a test: recite verses from the Quran, or be punished, according to a witness. Those who passed were allowed to eat. Those who failed were …
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Here’s the latest for Saturday, July 2: Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel is dead at 87; Bangladesh hostage siege ends in at least 28 casualties; Australia’s elections a likely tie; Parisians celebrate Gay Pride.
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