A Kuwaiti man is searched by security members outside the Grand Mosque as Sunni and Shiite worshipers arrive to perform Friday prayers together in an act of solidarity at Kuwait's Grand Mosque in Kuwait City on July 3, 2015. AFP/YASSER AL-ZAYYAT
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The Gulf state of Kuwait, hit by the worst suicide attack in its history last month, decided on Monday to set up a permanent committee to fight "terrorism" and extremism.A Saudi suicide bomber blew himself up in a Shiite mosque in Kuwait City on June 26, killing 26 worshipers and wounding 227 others in an attack claimed by ISIS.An ISIS-affiliated group calling itself Najd Province claimed the Kuwait bombing and also said it carried out two suicide attacks at Shiite mosques in neighboring Saudi Arabia in May.
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