Bangladesh has declared two days of national mourning for those killed when Islamic militants stormed a cafe in the capital, Dhaka.
Twenty hostages, most of them foreign, were killed in the attack. Two police officers also died and 30 were injured.
Bangladeshi commandos rescued 13 people after a 12-hour siege, killing six gunmen and arresting another.
Nine Italians, seven Japanese, one US citizen and an Indian were among the dead. One Italian is unaccounted for.