By Charlotte Alfred –Huff Post World Post
A wave of terror attacks rocked three continents and left dozens dead on Friday, leaving the world reeling and authorities scrambling to apprehend the attackers.
In Tunisia, a gunman shot at least 37 people dead on a beach in the resort town of Sousse before he was killed by Tunisian security forces.
An attacker in France caused an explosion by plowing his car into a gas factory in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier. A severed head was found staked at the factory entrance, in what authorities described as a terrorist attack.
And in Kuwait City, Kuwait, a suicide bomber walked into Imam Sadiq Mosque, a Shiite mosque crowded with worshippers during Friday prayers, and blew himself up. At least 25 people were killed and over 200 were injured in the attack.
There was no indication of a direct link between Friday’s three attacks. The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility for the one in Kuwait — the first such attack on a Shiite place of worship in that country. Earlier this week, the group released an audio message urging followers to intensify attacks during the holy month of Ramadan.
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