A Syrian denied asylum in Germany kills himself and injures 12 others in a suicide bombing - the fourth violent attack in the country in less than a week.
At least 84 people, including children, are killed after a man drives a lorry through crowds celebrating Bastille Day in Nice, in what the French authorities are calling a terror attack.
A man who stabbed a passenger to death at a German train station and injured three others appeared to have mental health problems, according to the authorities.
An American teenager who was wounded in the Brussels terror attack had previously escaped injury in the Paris and Boston bombings.
Does Britain's membership of the EU makes us less safe? That's what Leave campaigners Iain Duncan Smith and Boris Johnson have suggested, among others. Mr Duncan Smith said last month that a Paris-s
Militants open fire on students and staff at a university in Charsadda, in north-west Pakistan, killing at least 19 and injuring scores more.
Isis claims responsibility after six explosions are followed by gun battles in the Indonesian capital Jakarta. Five attackers are believed to be among the dead.
The attacks in France dominated the headlines, while the media were accused of ignoring other victims of the so-called Islamic State's global campaign of terror.