Black Friday: Terrorist Attack in Three Countries Kills 41 People

Black Friday: Terrorist Attack in Three Countries Kills 41 People

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Kuwait City / Paris / Sousse: Three nations of the world’s, France, Kuwait and Tunisia on Friday, 41 people were killed in the terrorist attacks. North African country Tunisia reported 27 deaths in the terrorist attack on two hotels in the city of Sousse. The gunmen fired indiscriminately at tourists. Visitors from the UK and many countries of the world were staying in hotels.Meanwhile, a suicide attack on a Siya mosque in Kuwait reported 13 people been killed so far.Where in France man’s head beheaded in the terrorist attacks. ISIS is being reported behind all the three attacks.

Encounter between the attackers and Force continues in Tunisia

Till now 27 people being killed in the city. According to media reports, the clash between the attackers and Force continues. .Tunisia’s Home Ministry has confirmed the killing of an attacker.

Attack during Friday prayers in Kuwait

The largest Siya mosque in Kuwait City, the capital of Kuwait was attacked with a suicide bombing on Friday. 13 people were killed and dozens injured. Many of these are children. Al-Imam Al, a Siya mosque in the eastern part of the Kuwait City, a blast occurred at the time when the people were gathered for Friday prayers. Abu Suleiman al-Muwahed was the named identified as the suicide bomber. Her age is reported to be around 30 years. Kuwaiti parliament member Khalil al-Salih, said when the Siya Muslim were bent at the knees while praying, then suddenly sharp bang was heard.
The blast was so powerful that the mosque’s roof and walls were ripped. Around 2,000 people were present in the mosque at the time of the attack.

A man was beheaded in France

France on Friday, a man’s head was beheaded in a terrorist attack on a gas company.




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