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Terror attacks across three continents Friday saw ISIS members or suspected sympathizers strike in Tunisia, France and Kuwait, days after the group's spokesman called for stepping up violence during the month of Ramadan.A separate attack by Al-Shabaab movement fighters in Somalia – affiliated with ISIS rival Al-Qaeda – saw fighters storm an African Union peacekeeper base, killing dozens of soldiers and civilians, officials said. The total death toll in the four attacks topped 100 people, while several hundred others were wounded. The spectacular day of terrorist violence came three days after Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, the official spokesman of ISIS, urged the group's followers to step up attacks during the month of Ramadan. The next two attacks struck in Tunisia and Kuwait.During Friday prayers at a Shiite mosque in Kuwait, a manentered and detonated his suicide belt, killing 27 people and wounding over 220 others in the country's deadliest attack in nearly a decade.
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