Truck bomb at Libya training camp

Libyans gather at the site of a suicide truck bombing on a police school in Libya's coastal city of Zliten, some 170 kilometres (100 miles) east of the capital Tripoli, which killed at least 65 people on January 7, 2015, in the deadliest attack. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Libyans gather at the site of a suicide truck bombing on a police school in Libya's coastal city of Zliten, some 170 kilometres (100 miles) east of the capital Tripoli, which killed at least 65 people on January 7, 2015, in the deadliest attack. [Photo/China.org.cn]

A car bomb killed at least 65 and injured up to 200 in a military training camp on the outskirts of Zlitan on January 7, 2016, about 170 kilometers east of the capital, Tripoli, according to various sources. The camp was a military base during the rule of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. The deadliest attack was the worst in the country since Muammar Gaddafi was toppled in 2011. Hours later, a car bomb exploded in a checkpoint in an oil port of Ras Lanuf, killing six, including a baby.

Burkina Faso hotel attack

Soldiers are seen outside the Splendid Hotel in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, January 16, 2016, after security forces retook the hotel from al Qaeda fighters who seized it in an assault that killed at least 29 people. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Soldiers are seen outside the Splendid Hotel in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, January 16, 2016, after security forces retook the hotel from al Qaeda fighters who seized it in an assault that killed at least 29 people. [Photo/China.org.cn]

At least 29 were killed after an Al-Qaida affiliate attacked the Splendid Hotel in Burkina Faso's capital, Ouagadougou, and took hostages there on January 15, 2016, according to CNN. Dozens of hostages were freed after Burkina Faso security forces launched an assault to recapture the hotel and rescue hostages. The Al-Qaida in Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) claimed responsibility for the assault at the luxury hotel, which is not far from the capital city's international airport and often hosts Westerners, including UN staff and journalists.

Suicide attacks at Nigeria’s refugee camp

This file photo taken on February 2, 2016 shows Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) mostly women and children waiting to be served with food at Dikwa Camp, in Borno State in north-eastern Nigeria. [Photo/China.org.cn]

This file photo taken on February 2, 2016 shows Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) mostly women and children waiting to be served with food at Dikwa Camp, in Borno State in north-eastern Nigeria. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Nearly 60 people were killed and 78 others injured in twin suicide bomb attacks at a refugee camp in northeast Nigeria on February 9, 2016. The explosions occurred in the Dikwa town, some 90 km from the city of Maiduguri in the Borno state. The victims were among the more than 50,000 people who had been forced from their homes by Boko Haram's rampage, only to be confronted with the same horror in the very place they had sought refuge.

Grand Bassam beach resort attack

Police officers of the Research and Assistance Police (FRAP) stand on the beach in Grand-Bassam on March 15, 2016, a day after a jihadist attack killing at least 18 people in the resort town. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Police officers of the Research and Assistance Police (FRAP) stand on the beach in Grand-Bassam on March 15, 2016, a day after a jihadist attack killing at least 18 people in the resort town. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Gunmen raided three hotels in southern Cote d'Ivoire's seaside resort town of Grand-Bassam on March 13, 2016, killing at least 18 people, according to Xinhua news agency. Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) has claimed responsibility for the attack. Grand-Bassam, a UNESCO World Heritage site located some 30 km southeast of Abidjan, is popular with both locals and foreigners.

Brussels terror attacks

A Belgian soldier patrols outside Brussels Central Station as people are allowed in small group of ten to reach the station in order to take their commuter train following attacks in Brussels on March 22, 2016. [Photo/China.org.cn]

A Belgian soldier patrols outside Brussels Central Station as people are allowed in small group of ten to reach the station in order to take their commuter train following attacks in Brussels on March 22, 2016. [Photo/China.org.cn]

At least 34 people were killed in a series of explosions at Brussels airport and a metro station close to European Union institutions on March 22, 2016. A Chinese national was among those killed in the serial terror attacks. The extremist group Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the terror attacks, which put Belgium and other European countries on high alert. The blasts occurred four days after the arrest in Brussels of Salah Abdeslam, a key suspect in the terror attacks in Paris that killed 130 people in November last year.

Florida nightclub shooting

FBI agents investigate the damaged rear wall of the Pulse Nightclub where Omar Mateen allegedly killed at least 50 people on June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. [Photo/China.org.cn]

FBI agents investigate the damaged rear wall of the Pulse Nightclub where Omar Mateen allegedly killed at least 50 people on June 12, 2016 in Orlando, Florida. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Fifty people were killed and 53 others wounded in the shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, on June 12, 2016, the deadliest mass shooting in the United States and the nation's worst terror attack since 9/11. The gunman, identified as Omar Mateen of Port St. Lucie, Florida, was found dead inside the Pulse nightclub after a shootout with the police. The media reports also said IS has claimed responsibility for the nightclub attack.

Istanbul airport terrorist attack

Ambulances arrive at Turkey's largest airport, Istanbul Ataturk, Turkey, following a blast on June 28, 2016. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Ambulances arrive at Turkey's largest airport, Istanbul Ataturk, Turkey, following a blast on June 28, 2016. [Photo/China.org.cn]

41 lives lost on June 28, 2016 during a deadly suicide bombing attack on Istanbul's Ataturk Airport, one of the busiest in Europe, according to Xinhua news agency. The public prosecutor's office in Istanbul's district of Bakirkoy revealed that three suicide bombers arrived at Ataturk Airport by the same taxi. Two started shooting at the crowd with a Kalashnikov and a Glock rifle after forcing through the X-ray security check point at the entrance of the international terminal, while the third one went upstairs. The attack was allegedly launched by the Islamic State (IS).

Suicide car bomb attacks in Baghdad

An Iraqi woman reacts on July 4, 2016 at the site of a suicide-bombing attack which took place a day earlier in Baghdad's Karrada neighbourhood. [Photo/China.org.cn]

An Iraqi woman reacts on July 4, 2016 at the site of a suicide-bombing attack which took place a day earlier in Baghdad's Karrada neighbourhood. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Up to 126 people were killed and some 152 others wounded in bomb attacks in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad on July 3, 2016, an Interior Ministry source said. The busy commercial district in southern Baghdad was hit by a car bomb at about 1:00 a.m. local time (2200GMT) when a suicide bomber detonated his explosive-laden pickup truck outside a shopping center. Meanwhile, another car bomb went off in a market in northeastern Baghdad. The bloody bombings have been claimed by the Islamic State group. The IS has frequently targeted the security forces and areas where crowds of people gather, including markets, cafes and mosques across Iraq. Iraq has been hit by a wave of violence since the IS terrorist group seized large parts in Iraq's northern and western regions since 2014.

Nice truck attack in France

An injured individual is seen on the ground after 85 people were killed in Nice, France, when a truck ran into a crowd celebrating the Bastille Day national holiday July 14, 2016. [Photo/China.org.cn]

An injured individual is seen on the ground after 85 people were killed in Nice, France, when a truck ran into a crowd celebrating the Bastille Day national holiday July 14, 2016. [Photo/China.org.cn]

On July 14, 2016, a man plowed a heavy truck into crowds that were celebrating National Day in Nice, killing 85 people. The truck careered 2 km through mass of revelers before being stopped by police units who also shot dead the driver. The Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility for the attack. Probing showed the 31-year delivery man had prepared his act for months with the help of accomplices. It also showed his "certain, recent interest to radical jihadist movements."

Berlin Christmas market attack

Foresnic police officers work on December 20, 2016 at the scene where a truck crashed into a Christmas market near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin. [Photo/China.org.cn]

Foresnic police officers work on December 20, 2016 at the scene where a truck crashed into a Christmas market near the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin. [Photo/China.org.cn]

A lorry ploughed into a crowd at a Christmas market in Berlin on December 19, 2016, killing at least 12 people and injuring many others. The truck drove over the sideway at Breitscheidplatz, a major public square near the location of the iconic Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church. The Islamic State proclaimed responsibility for the Berlin Christmas market attack. According to the group's Amaq news agency, the attack was carried out by "a soldier of the Islamic State." A series of attacks occurred in Germany in this summer, raising concerns over the safety of the country in the fallout of refugee influx in recent years.