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Africa

AFRICA

  • MOZAMBIQUE: In northeast Mozambique, a region rich in natural gas and mineral resources, an Islamic insurgency is escalating, using operational techniques similar to those from conflicts in Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq. The ISIS-aligned group has escalated violence in Cabo Delgado, including grisly beheadings, kidnappings, and forced recruitment.

SOURCE: POLITICALVIOLENCEATAGLANCE

 

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  • NIGERIA: Nigeria suffered a terror attack which left at least 44 farmers killed in northeastern Nigeria, organized by the terrorist organization Boko Haram.

SOURCE: ANADOLU AGENCY

 

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SOUTH ASIA

  • AFGHANISTAN: A car bombing in Afghanistan’s central province of Ghazni killed at least 30 Afghan security force members. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack. Afghanistan has seen a spate of car bombings over the last few months, despite peace talks being under way between the negotiation teams of the insurgent Taliban and the government.

SOURCE: THE WIRE

 

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Asia Pacific

ASIA PACIFIC

  • INDONESIA: Indonesia suffered a terrorist attack in a remote village in the country’s eastern province of Central Sulawesi that killed at least four people. Members of the Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT), a terrorist group that supports ISIL, are suspected to be the attackers.

SOURCE: XINHUANET

 

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Middle East

MIDDLE EAST

  • IRAQ: The Iraqi Minister of Foreign Affairs warned that Daesh has intensified its activities in Iraq in recent months. At the end of 2017, the Iraqi authorities declared victory over the terrorist group, but the armed organization continues to operate through sleeper cells in some parts of the country.

SOURCE: MIDDLE EAST MONITOR

 

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  • IRAN: A senior Iranian expert specialized in nuclear technology was assassinated in a terrorist attack while travelling in a vehicle about 40 kilometers northeast of Tehran. His killing is the highest-profile death of an Iranian official since the assassination of General Soleimani by the US in Iraq. Israel is suspected of the assassination or the Top Iranian nuclear scientist.

SOURCES: TEHERAN TIMES THE WEEK

 

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South Asia

SOUTH ASIA

  • AFGHANISTAN: Afghanistan remains the country most impacted by terrorism and was subjected to 26 of the world’s 50 worst terrorist attacks last year, according to Global Terrorism Index 2020. The Taliban remained the world’s deadliest terrorist group. “Whether the peace talks in Afghanistan have a substantial impact on terrorist activity remains to be seen,” read the report.

SOURCE: ARIANA NEWS

 

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  • SAUDI ARABIA: Houthis fired a missile at the oil distribution plant of Saudi Aramco in Jeddah.

SOURCE: THE NATIONAL NEWS

 

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  • PAKISTAN: China reaffirmed its support to Pakistan in fighting terrorist forces and stressed that any scheme to sabotage the building of an economic corridor linking the two countries will not succeed. Pakistani Foreign Minister said Indian intelligence agents were targeting development projects of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

SOURCE: CGTN

 

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  • PAKISTAN: Pakistan claimed to have evidence of India aiding “terrorist” activities from Afghan soil, targeting Chinese interests in its southern province of Balochistan. Said they had obtained documents that showed India’s intelligence agencies had met with and funded members of the Pakistani Taliban and insurgents from Balochistan. New Delhi and Kabul have rejected the allegations.

SOURCE: DW

 

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