A Yemeni health official says that along with the 51 killed, as many as 56 were wounded in Thursday's attacks.
A suicide bomber reportedly entered a hall and detonated a bomb where officials were meeting, wounding Mogadishu's mayor and other top officials.
Turkey's Foreign Ministry confirmed in a statement an "employee was martyred" in an "atrocious attack" outside the consulate in the Iraqi city of Erbil.
At least 105 people, including 51 children, wounded in Taliban-claimed car bomb attack outside a Defense Ministry building.
Lawmaker Tirong Aboh and some family members were killed when insurgents opened fire on their convoy of vehicles in the Tirap district of the state, police said.
Gunmen on Sunday killed at least six people in an attack on a Protestant church in Burkina Faso, says the government spokesman, in the latest violence to rock the formerly peaceful West African nation.
Those killed included 63 suspected terrorists and seven soldiers in clashes following an overnight attack on a military base in Bouhama, according to a military spokesman. Boko Haram has struck inside Chad at least seven times since last year.
The Muslim community was further shaken this week when a man, wearing a t-shirt with the name of US President Donald Trump, shouted abuse at worshippers at Al Noor Mosque – the site of the March 15 terror incident.
A spokesman in northern Badakhshan province, says three policemen were killed on Friday in the district of Arghanj Khowa, where fighting is still underway.
At least 50 people were killed after a shooter opened fire inside two mosques in Christchurch. New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said it was "one of New Zealand's darkest days."
Nigerians head to the polls on Saturday to vote in presidential and parliamentary elections. Security has emerged as a key concern for voters, and it's not only about the safety of the country, they are concerned whether there voices will be heard.
The militants were on trial over two attacks that took place in 2015. Among those who were facing trial were six security personnel accused of failing to provide assistance to people in danger during the Sousse attack.
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