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From Mumbai Taj to Kabul Intercontinental: Major hotels that were prime target for terror attack around the world
Major hotels like Mumbai Taj, Kabul Intercontinental, Burkina Faso, popular with tourists or Westerners across the globe have been prime targets of jihadist groups for years.
India strongly condemns the terrorist attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, the external affairs ministry said.
Turkey and allied Syrian rebels entered the Afrin region on Sunday, a day after launching their offensive against the Kurdish-controlled area.
The gunmen shot at people who had been enjoying dinner at a hotel restaurant before breaking into guest rooms and taking hostages.
A small unit from a Turkish-backed rebel group was manning a monitoring point on a hilltop overlooking several Kurdish-controlled villages below.
Gunmen stormed the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul killing at least six people, sparking a twelve hour fight with security forces.
Kabul Intercontinental Hotel attack: 12-hour siege ends leaving 18 dead, four Taliban assailants neutralised
At least 18 people including 14 foreigners were killed in a bloody Taliban-claimed assault on a luxury hotel in Kabul.
Senior journalist Navalkant Sinha was chased and beaten up on Friday night by the two and threatened with more attacks.
At least four gunmen attacked Kabul's landmark Intercontinental Hotel on Saturday and started shooting at guests, officials said, in an assault that is still underway.
The move comes after a spate of attacks targetting police personnel across the city in the past few weeks.
2 Congo nationals, including a girl, allegedly assaulted two policemen on duty at HBR Layout; a group of four drunk men assaulted beat constables in Banaswadi area.
Under Z+ category protection, Kumar will be secured by 35 to 40 armed commandos and will have escort vehicles during movement.
Lebanon thwarted jihadist plans to attack places of worship and government buildings over the holidays after gaining rare access to an Islamic State group operative.
Pakistan turning blind eye to evidence against 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed: External Affairs ministry
In November 2017, Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi had claimed that India has provided "no evidence" against Saeed on the basis of which he can be prosecuted.
Investigators said the boy, thought to be 15 or 16, carried out the attack in a class of children aged around 12 or 13, and also set the classroom on fire before jumping out of the window.