On this day in 2016, unknown assailants carried out what is called “double-tap” bombings in Benghazi.
The conflict in Yemen is complicated: war and terrorism are killing thousands and no one seems to care.
On December 4, 1971 the Ulster Volunteer Force exploded a bomb at a bar called McGurk’s in a Catholic neighbourhood of Belfast, killing 15 and wounding 17.
The predecessor to the Al Shabaab terrorist group in Somalia was responsible for several attacks and demonstrated why military invasions are bad ideas.
On this day in 2008, ten terrorists from Pakistan proceeded to go on a rampage at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, a railway station, two hospitals and a Jewish centre.
On this day in 2014, two girls detonated bombs at a market in the Nigerian city of Maiduguri, killing 78 people.
On this day in 2017, attackers bombed a mosque in the town of Bir al-Abed in North Sinai before opening fire on fleeing worshipers.
On this day in 2009, seven people were killed and over 20 wounded when two bicycles kitted with explosives detonated in the Indian state of Assam.
The 2012 Tel Aviv bus bombing was a mass-injury terror attack carried out on a crowded passenger bus driving in the center of Tel Aviv’s business district.
A suicide bomber rammed his explosive-packed truck into the Egyptian Embassy in Islamabad on Nov. 19, 1995, killing 15 people, including the second secretary of the embassy and three Egyptian security guards.