LIVE BLOG: Terror attacks across the globe

A series of terror attacks have been launched in France, Tunisia and Kuwait today and they follow the death of hundreds of civilians in the last 24 hours in the ongoing Syrian conflict. LATEST: An Irish woman is understood to be among the 28 victims killed in an attack at a Tunisian resort. (Related news updates below live blog window)

The attacks come just days after the Reuters news agency reported that Islamic State leaders had urged its followers  to escalate attacks against Christians, Shi'ites and Sunni Muslims fighting for the U.S.-led coalition against them. 

If you're worried about relatives in Tunisia, Dept of Foreign Affairs can be contacted on 00 353 1 408 2000

In this live blog Greg Murphy brings you the latest updates as they happen.

If you're worried about relatives in Tunisia, Dept of Foreign Affairs can be contacted on 00 353 1 408 2000

RELATED: Irish woman reported dead in Tunisia terror shootings

RELATED: Irish woman 'shot in Tunisia attack'

RELATED: No reports of any injured Irish in Tunisia attack; 27 tourists dead

RELATED: Man beheaded in France was local businessman

RELATED: 16 dead in Kuwait mosque attack; Islamic State claims responsibility

RELATED: 27 killed in Tunisian resort 'mostly German and British tourists'

RELATED: Irish tourist 'trapped in hotel' as gunmen attack Tunisian resort hotel

RELATED: Islamic State claims responsibility for attack on Kuwait mosque

RELATED: 'At least seven dead' as gunmen attack two hotels in Tunisia

RELATED: Man arrested after France beheading 'has no criminal record'

RELATED: Grenoble attack victim not decapitated by blast; head attached to gate

 

 


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