Egyptian health ministry announced at least 11 people were killed in an Alexandria church bombing on Sunday, hours after a blast killed 25 worshippers in another church in Egypt.
At least 30 people were killed in an explosion at a Coptic Church in the city of Tanta in northern Egypt, sources say.
The US missile attacks on a Syrian air base has been widely covered by world media, sparking the reactions of several countries and world leaders.
Moscow says it is halting an agreement with Washington aimed at avoiding mid-air collisions during their military missions in the Syrian airspace after US launched a missile attack against a Syrian army airbase.
Syria has condemned a US missile attack targeting an army airbase near Homs as a “blatant act of aggression,” while Israel hailed it and a foreign-backed terrorist coalition called for further attacks.
President Vladimir Putin believes a US missile attack on a Syrian airbase near Homs has violated international law and seriously hurt Russia-US relations, the Kremlin says.
Russian President Vladimir Putin “regards the strikes as aggression against a sovereign nation,” his spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, noting that the president believes the strikes were carried out “in violation of international law, and also under an invented pretext.”
At least 31 people, including 14 police officers, were killed and more than 40 wounded in attacks overnight by the ISIS militants in the northern Iraqi city of Tikrit.
Sources close to the Syrian opposition claim that over 70 have lost their lives in an alleged ‘attack’ on the rebel-held city of Idlib.
Iran on Monday strongly condemned the recent terrorist attack in Russia’s Saint Petersburg metro station, and renewed its call for joint global fight against terrorism.