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Suspected terrorist attacks today span three continents, kill dozens




A Tunisian security member stands next to a swimming pool at the resort town of Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 kilometres (90 miles) south of the Tunisian capital, on June 26, 2015, following a shooting attack. At least 27 people, including foreigners, were killed in a mass shooting at a Tunisian beach resort packed with holidaymakers, in the North African country's worst attack in recent history.
A Tunisian security member stands next to a swimming pool at the resort town of Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 kilometres (90 miles) south of the Tunisian capital, on June 26, 2015, following a shooting attack. At least 27 people, including foreigners, were killed in a mass shooting at a Tunisian beach resort packed with holidaymakers, in the North African country's worst attack in recent history.
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Four incidents today in France, Tunisia, Kuwait and Somalia— all believed to be acts of terrorism— have left dozens dead and wounded.

Investigations into the deadly attacks are still ongoing. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the bomb attack at a Shiite mosque in Kuwait, renewing concerns that the extremists are inspiring sympathizers in countries beyond Iraq and Syria. And the Al-Qaeda linked Al-Shabab group claimed responsibility for the attack in Somalia.

Lara Jakes, deputy managing editor at Foreign Policy, joined Take Two for the latest.