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Paris After the Attacks 02
Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

An elderly woman chatting with a gardener of the Botanical Garden in Paris.

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

Parisians gathering around the Place de la République.

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Paris After the Attacks 04
Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

A man adjusting flowers in front of a sign saying "Paris chose life!!!"

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

Parisians paying their respects to the 129 victims who lost their lives and the 352 wounded after the attacks by ISIS militants.

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

Tribute to victims of the attacks by ISIS militants in Paris. One sign says: "Taiwanese solidarity in France".

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

People debating at the Place de la République in Paris.

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

French police on patrol going down to the metro in Paris.

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

Women greeting each other at Place de la République.

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

A musician playing a song about fraternity at Place de la République.

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

A female soldier from the French Army patrolling the Louvre in Paris.

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Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
17 Nov 2015

The Eiffel Tower in the background as a woman takes pictures of street vendors in Paris

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Paris After the Attacks 01
Paris
By Antoine E. R. Delaunay
15 Nov 2015

Kids playing on Avenue de l'Observatoire in Paris.

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Somalia: Seven Killed in Garowe Attack
Garowe
By Hornconnect Broadcast Services
20 Apr 2015

A bombing has targeted UNICEF staff in Garowe in the Puntland region of eastern Somalia, killing seven and wounding another seven. According to local officials, four foreign nationals were killed in the attack.

UNICEF staff were in their bus to work when an IED exploded next to their vehicle, possibly the work of a suicide bomber, officials say.

This video shows the aftermath of the attack: the destroyed UNICEF vehicle, stained vitcims' blood.

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Al-Shabaab Attack Government Building...
Mogadishu
By Hornconnect Broadcast Services
14 Apr 2015

Somali security forces kill seven al-Shabaab militants after they attacked the Ministry of Higher Education in Mogadishu. A car laden with explosives rammed the wall surrounding the compound and exploded, after which gunmen stormed the building, killing eight bystanders and two officials.

The video includes scenes outside the ministry as authorities enter a gun battle with militants inside, as well as images of the aftermath of the explosion that started the attack.

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Aftermath Of Tunisia Police Raid Agai...
Gafsa, Tunisia
By Marwen Farhani
29 Mar 2015

The video shows the aftermath of the Tunisian security forces operation in the western city of Gafsa that killed nine militants, including the alleged leader of the attack on the Bardo Museum, in which 21 tourists and a Tunisian died.
Lokman Abu Sakhra, an Algerian national, was one of nine armed militants killed in the raid on Saturday. Authorities described him as one of Tunisia's "most dangerous terrorists". The names of the other eight militants killed in the raid as follows: the Haji brothers (formerly involved in an attack on the house of former Interior Minister Loutfi ben Jeddo), Zuhair ben al-Mawldi al-Thaybi, Khaled ben Faraj al-Souweisi, Alaa Eldin bin Kamel al-Tahiri, Maymoun al-Jaza2eri, and Naser al Ateri.
One another militant was wounded during the raid and was taken to hospital by the security forces.
Tunisian police says that the militants were members of the Okba Ibn Nafaa Brigade, a jihadist group that has previously carried out deadly attacks against security forces in the country.

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Northern Nigeria's Displaced Fear Ret...
Yola, Niger
By jfaden
25 Mar 2015

The Nigerian Army with the collaboration of foreign mercenaries are recording victories and declaring more and more towns captured from the hands of Boko Haram, however the question still remains if it is really safe for the residents of those towns to go back.

The about 1.5 million displaced people scattered in different locations in and outside Nigeria believe it is too early for them to go back as they have lost everything. To return and start a new life before the rainy season in June would prove a serious challenge.

As the presidential election draws closer, the question of voters' safety on polling day remains unanswered as some parts of Borno State have seen fresh attacks and suicide bombings of recent.

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Tunisians and Foreigners Rally Agains...
Tunis
By Adeline Bailleul
19 Mar 2015

Protests erupted outside the National Bardo Museum in Tunis where an attack left 23 people dead the day before. Citizens and visitors speak out against the attacks.

Tunisian authorities have taken nine suspects into custody amid an ongoing search for the perpetrators of the attack.

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Peshmerga Clash with Islamic State Mi...
Frontlines near Mula Abdula Kirkuk,Iraq
By Mat Wolf
31 Jan 2015

Responding to an incursion by Islamic State fighters on the southern outskirts of Kirkuk on Jan. 29-30, Saturday Peshmerga PUK fighters reacted by going on the offensive, launching an attack on the ISIS-held village of Mula Abdulla just five kilometers south of Maktab Khaled. Supported by anti-ISIS coalition airstrikes from A-10s and other aircraft, approximately 600 Peshmerga fighters used tanks, RPGs, and small arms to assault what they estimated to be 250 ISIS fighters holed up in the village. ISIS responded with mortars and small arms, and as of dusk, the battle for Mula Abdulla was still at a standstill. However, ISIS return fire greatly diminished after several passes by an A-10, which struck their mortar positions to the cheers of Peshmerga fighters taking cover behind a berm just 30 feet away. An improvised explosive device struck at least one Peshmerga vehicle; the Kurds warned that many of the devices in the immediate area—held by ISIS just days before—could pose a threat to Kurdish operations. Peshmerga authorities conducted controlled detonations of some of the devices they found, as well as buried with a bulldozer the corpses of ISIS fighters killed the day before.

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B-Roll: Boko Haram Survivors Seek Refuge
Maidiguri, Nigeria
By Kolomi Dala
14 Jan 2015

Hundreds of survivors of Boko Haram's recent attack, where gunmen reportedly killed over 2,000 in Nigeria's Borno state and torched entire villages, wait to be placed in a refugee camp near Maidiguri.

Nigerian authorities have yet to access the area to confirm the scale of the killings and destruction, as horror stories from survivors slowly begin to come out. However, Satellite images released by Amnesty International clearly show that two towns, Doro Gowon and neighboring Baga have been torched, destroying many homes and public places.

Over 30,000 have been displaced in these most recent attacks by Boko Haram. The group has been terrorizing northern Nigeria since 2009, attacking school, hospitals and places of worship, and kidnapping over 200 schoolgirls from their school in Chibok.

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Peshawar Demonstrators in Solidarity ...
Peshawar, Pakistan
By Malik Ayub Sumbal
13 Jan 2015

A group of Sunni clerics protested today in Peshawar, Pakistan against the Charlie Hebdo magazine and praised the two brothers who killed 11 of its employees and a police officer on 7 January in Paris. They also held a prayer ceremony for the killers and praised the attackers' actions, saying Said and Cherif Kouachi delivered justice against the cartoonists who disrespected the Holy Prophet Muhammad. The clerics made a clear distinction between the recent Taliban attack on the Peshawar Army School, which they wholly condemned, and this latest attack saying that the gunmen in Paris were justified in their killings because of the blasphemy committed by Charlie Hebdo.

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Pakistan: Peshawar Army Public School...
Peshawar, Pakistan
By Malik Ayub Sumbal
11 Jan 2015

Class is back in session at Peshawar's Army Public School, the target of a brutal attack by Taliban militants that killed 141 people in mid-December. Parents and their children were eager to tell media that despite the attacks, they are not afraid and that their children shouldn't have to live in fear in order to get an education. A ceremony was held as schools across Pakistan re-opened after an extended break in the wake of the attack.

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In the morning on Dec 16, 2014 six Taliban fighters entered Peshawar’s Army Public School under orders to let the youngest children leave and to kill everyone else. The killing spree took the lives of 141 people, among them 132 children. This was the latest in a years-long string of attacks against Pakistani civilians and military and government institutions, starting with the alleged assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in 2007. The Pakistani Taliban’s targeting of educational institutions, however, is not new, including an attack on a school bus in 2011, the attempt on the life of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai in 2012, and now the tragic killing of over a hundred students in the Peshawar school.

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Pakistan: Peshawar Army Public School...
Peshawar, Pakistan
By Malik Ayub Sumbal
11 Jan 2015

Class is back in session at Peshawar's Army Public School, the target of a brutal attack by Taliban militants that killed 141 people in mid-December. Parents and their children were eager to tell media that despite the attacks, they are not afraid and that their children shouldn't have to live in fear in order to get an education. A ceremony was held as schools across Pakistan re-opened after an extended break in the wake of the attack.

Context:

In the morning on Dec 16, 2014 six Taliban fighters entered Peshawar’s Army Public School under orders to let the youngest children leave and to kill everyone else. The killing spree took the lives of 141 people, among them 132 children. This was the latest in a years-long string of attacks against Pakistani civilians and military and government institutions, starting with the alleged assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in 2007. The Pakistani Taliban’s targeting of educational institutions, however, is not new, including an attack on a school bus in 2011, the attempt on the life of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai in 2012, and now the tragic killing of over a hundred students in the Peshawar school.

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Pakistan: Peshawar Army Public School...
Peshawar, Pakistan
By Malik Ayub Sumbal
10 Jan 2015

Class is back in session at Peshawar's Army Public School, the target of a brutal attack by Taliban militants that killed 141 people in mid-December. Parents and their children were eager to tell media that despite the attacks, they are not afraid and that their children shouldn't have to live in fear in order to get an education. A ceremony was held as schools across Pakistan re-opened after an extended break in the wake of the attack.

Context:

In the morning on Dec 16, 2014 six Taliban fighters entered Peshawar’s Army Public School under orders to let the youngest children leave and to kill everyone else. The killing spree took the lives of 141 people, among them 132 children. This was the latest in a years-long string of attacks against Pakistani civilians and military and government institutions, starting with the alleged assassination of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto in 2007. The Pakistani Taliban’s targeting of educational institutions, however, is not new, including an attack on a school bus in 2011, the attempt on the life of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai in 2012, and now the tragic killing of over a hundred students in the Peshawar school.

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Explosion Outside French Cultural Cen...
Al Qoseama - Al Hasna, North Sinai Governorate,Egypt
By KK
18 Dec 2014

An explosion targeted the French Cultural Center in Gaza . The attack was claimed by Jund Ansar Allah, a islamist militant group affiliated with ISIS. a video published on social media by the group says that the attack was carried out in support of ISIS against airstrikes led by an international coalition that includes France.
This video shows a hole caused by the explosion in the center's outer wall as well as the surrounding streets after the attack.

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Bombed Houses in Jabalya in Gaza City
By Daniel Van Moll
17 Jul 2014

The northern parts of Gaza City being attacked by Israeli missiles on July 16th, 2014.

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Bombed Houses in Jabalya in Gaza City
By Daniel Van Moll
16 Jul 2014

The northern parts of Gaza City being attacked by Israeli missiles on July 16th, 2014.

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Missile Hits Benghazi TV Station
By Mohammad Salama
09 Jul 2014

9 July 2014
Libya, Benghazi

A missile hits Benghazi TV station in the Topolino district of Libya's second largest city, causing severe damage to its studios.
The attack occurred in the early morning of Wednesday before employees had reached the TV station and is the first such attack against it.

The video has no audio.

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Imran Khan's Final Election Rally in ...
Islamabad, Pakistan
By Muhammed Furqan
09 May 2013

Security personnel guards the entrance to the rally by PTI in Islamabad. Many of the various political parties across Pakistan have been attacked during May.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (4 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (3 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (2 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Week Of Resistance In Bahrain (1 of 14)
Abu Saiba, Bahrain
By AlFardan
07 May 2013

Abu Saiba, Bahrain, 7-5-2013. Demonstrations continue during a week of resistance in Bahrain. Protesters demonstrate near the main street and stay for long periods of time, peacefully confronting the riot police patrols. Riot police attacked the protesters heavly and protesters used molotov cocktails to deter them and deny police entry into to the village.

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Coptic Christians in Athens protest k...
Athens, Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
12 Apr 2013

Coptic Egyptian Christians living in Athens, Greece protest the recent violence committed against the Coptic community living in Egypt. They staged a play depicting the attacks, followed by a prayer in both Greek and Arabic languages.

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Coptic Christians in Athens protest k...
Athens,Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
12 Apr 2013

Coptic Egyptian Christians living in Athens, Greece protest the recent violence committed against the Coptic community living in Egypt. They staged a play depicting the attacks, followed by a prayer in both Greek and Arabic languages.

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Coptic Christians in Athens protest k...
Athens,Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
12 Apr 2013

Coptic Egyptian Christians living in Athens, Greece protest the recent violence committed against the Coptic community living in Egypt. They staged a play depicting the attacks, followed by a prayer in both Greek and Arabic languages.

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Coptic Christians in Athens protest k...
Athens,Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
12 Apr 2013

Coptic Egyptian Christians living in Athens, Greece protest the recent violence committed against the Coptic community living in Egypt. They staged a play depicting the attacks, followed by a prayer in both Greek and Arabic languages.

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Athens,Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
12 Apr 2013

Coptic Egyptian Christians living in Athens, Greece protest the recent violence committed against the Coptic community living in Egypt. They staged a play depicting the attacks, followed by a prayer in both Greek and Arabic languages.

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Coptic Christians in Athens protest k...
Athens,Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
12 Apr 2013

Coptic Egyptian Christians living in Athens, Greece protest the recent violence committed against the Coptic community living in Egypt. They staged a play depicting the attacks, followed by a prayer in both Greek and Arabic languages.

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Coptic Christians in Athens protest k...
Athens,Greece
By Nikolas Georgiou
12 Apr 2013

Coptic Egyptian Christians living in Athens, Greece protest the recent violence committed against the Coptic community living in Egypt. They staged a play depicting the attacks, followed by a prayer in both Greek and Arabic languages.