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The mother (right) of Abdel Hamid Abu Srour (portrait) mourns with family members as she receives condolences at the Al-Ruwad Center in the Aida Refugee Camp near Bethlehem on Friday. Musa Al Shaer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Is This Week's Jerusalem Suicide Bombing A Warning Of More To Come?

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The Belgian flag flies at half-mast at the Koningin Astrid-Reine Astrid military hospital in Brussels on March 24, 2016. Some of the people wounded in the Brussels attacks are being treated there. Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People examine the debris following a suicide bomb attack Friday at the Imam Ali mosque in the eastern village of al Qudaih in Saudi Arabia's Qatif province. A branch of the self-declared Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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An Afghan security officer runs toward the scene of Friday's bombing in Kabul. Three NATO personnel were killed and at least six Afghan civilians were wounded. Omar Sobhani /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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This car was among many vehicles destroyed by bombs Tuesday in Beirut. Nearby buildings suffered extensive damage. More than 20 people, including an Iran diplomat, were killed by the explosions near Iran's embassy. Nabil Mounzer /EPA/LANDOV hide caption

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Nabil Mounzer /EPA/LANDOV

A screen grab from the surveillance video showing the man who it's suspected set off a bomb aboard a bus full of Israeli tourists in Burgas, Bulgaria. BGNES.com hide caption

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