A suicide bomber stuck a gathering of the country's top clerics in Kabul. The clerics had issued an Islamic ruling (fatwa), declaring that suicide attacks are "haram" – forbidden under Islamic law. Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack.
Attacks took place as army raided two Syrian refugee camps. The raids stir up a storm among Syrian activists as pictures surface of rows of detainees with their faces to the ground, many bare-chested and their hands cuffed.
A woman with a full body veil is alleged to have been the suicide bomber.
Several arrests have been made after the Daesh-claimed bombing at US pop star Ariana Grande's concert killed 22 and injured over 60 on Monday.
Militants from Ansar al Sharia fought security forces near a government compound in Al Houta city.
No one has claimed responsibility for the suicide car bombing which targeted the country's security forces in the Lashkar Gah city of Helmand province.
There has been no claim of responsibility for the attack in the capital Kabul that killed at least 21, but the Taliban has targeted the court and its staff in the past.
Four suicide bombers killed at least six and injured dozens more in Yola, northeastern Nigeria. The area has been previously targeted by Boko Haram militants.
DAESH has claimed responsibility after a bomber detonated his explosive vest in Iskan, a mostly Shi'ite district in the west of the Iraqi capital.
54 people were killed and 67 wounded after a suicide car bomb attack on a military training camp in Mansoura district, Aden.
Three police buses were attacked as they approached Kabul from neighbouring Wardak province.
A wave of suicide bombings killed at least five people a little before dawn on Monday in a Lebanese village near the border with war-torn Syria.
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