As Interpol’s 24-hour Command and Coordination Centre at its General Secretariat headquarters is in close contact with the National Central Bureaus in Paris, Tunis, Kuwait, and Mogadishu to provide any assistance requested, the international police agency condemned the attacks which left more than 80 dead.
Interpol secretary general Jürgen Stock said the attacks “show the truly global dimension to current terrorist threats.
“Interpol can serve as the global platform to support all of our 190 member countries’ efforts to contain and neutralise these threats.
“On behalf of the world police community, Interpol condemns these terrible attacks in the strongest terms and extends its condolences to the families and loved ones of the victims.”
An attack on an African Union Mission in Somalia military base in southern Somalia, claimed by Al-Shabab, killed as many as 30.