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Suicide bomber attacks Nato convoy

A Taliban suicide bomber has detonated an explosives-packed vehicle next to a Nato military convoy in Kabul, say officials.

Taliban’s Kabul bombing a message to US defence chief Hagel

A suicide bomber on a bicycle has killed nine people outside the defence ministry in Kabul during a visit by new US defence secretary Chuck Hagel.

Suicide bombers kill 15 in Somali capital

Two suicide bombers walked into a restaurant in central Mogadishu and killed at least 15 people on Thursday, police said.

Suicide bomber kills six near Nato headquarters in Kabul

A suicide bomber detonated explosives near the heavily barricaded Nato headquarters in Kabul on Saturday, Nato and local officials said.

Suicide bomber kills seven in Russian Caucasus

A suicide bomber killed seven officers as they arrived at a colleague's funeral in Russia's North Caucasus, soon after gunmen opened fire in a mosque.

Damascus suicide bombing claims 25 lives

Damascus has been hit by a suicide bomb, killing 25 and wounding dozens, with state media blaming 'terrorists' for the second such attack.

Damascus struck by two suicide bombings

Suicide bombers hit two security service bases in Damascus on Friday killing 30 people and wounding 55 others, state television reported.

Suicide bombers hit military headquarters in Nigeria

Several explosions ripped through Nigeria's troubled northeastern city of Maiduguri, including a suicide bomb attack on military offices.

Al-Shabaab threatens ‘flames of war’ in Nairobi

The last time Nairobi was bombed, in December, the would-be attacker got edgy and dropped his grenade. Three people, including the bomber, died.

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