British woman, 20, third member of family to die from suspected poisoning on visit to Bangladesh 

A young woman has become the third member of a British family to die in a suspected poisoning while on a visit to Bangladesh.

Samira Islam, 20, has died in hospital 11 days after her father and brother were found dead in their rented holiday apartment.

Taxi driver Rafiqul Islam, 51, and his son Mahiqul, 16, died, while two other members of the family are recovering in the mystery poisoning.

The family of five travelled from Riverside, Cardiff, to visit relative in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh before the tragedy

Police say they were found collapsed after a family meal – with tests being carried out over a suspicion of poisoning either in the heating system or in the food.

Samira’s brother Sadiqul, 24, and her mother Husnara Begum, 40, were also in the flat but have since been released from hospital.

Police said Husnara and Sadiqul had told them there was a faulty electricity generator in the property which was to be used in emergencies.

Mourners gather for the burial of the father and son in Bangladesh on July 28 while other family members remained in hospital

Mourners gather for the burial of the…

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