The Uqba bin Nafi Battalion, the Tunisian division of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), claimed a landmine explosion on Tunisian soldiers in the Chambi mountains.
Harakat Sawa'd Misr (Arms of Egypt Movement), or "Hasam," claimed wounding five security elements in a bombing in Egypt's Qalyubia governorate.
Al-Qaeda (AQ) drew awareness to the drought in Somalia in the 13th issue of its al-Nafeer bulletin, and urged Muslims to provide support and distinguish their brethren from their foes.
The al-Qaeda (AQ)-affiliated Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen claimed three attacks on Malian security forces and militiamen in the areas of Macina and Mopti.
The Islamic State's (IS) 'Amaq News Agency reported that the group is responsible for a bombing on Bangladeshi forces in Sylhet. In an Arabic report posted on its Telegram channel on March 25, 2017, 'Amaq cited a security source, stating that the blast of the improvised explosive device (IED) resulted in killing and wounding dozens. It reads:
The Afghan Taliban boasted of its takeover of Sangin district in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province, describing it as a “strategic victory,” due to its ability now to open “operational lines” between that province and Kandahar and Uruzgan.
Shortly after its ‘Amaq News Agency reported its responsibility for a suicide bombing at a police checkpoint in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, the Islamic State (IS) issued a communique for the attack.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) media group al-Nusra al-Shinqitiyya warned of IS attacks to come in the wake of London, stating that the strikes there and elsewhere in Europe and America are a “small portion of a bitter price that is awaiting the Cross-worshippers to pay”.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported a suicide bombing in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, targeting a police checkpoint near the international airport.
A jihadist suggested a way for Islamic State (IS) fighters to improve their ability to shoot down aircraft in the battlefield.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Yaqeen Media Foundation published an infographic promoting the attack outside the British Parliament in London.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Caucasus Province claimed a six-man suicide raid on a Russian National Guard base in Chechnya, killing at least six security elements and wounding three others.
Tahrir al-Sham called upon rebel fighters fighting for the same cause to join ranks as one, and urged supporters of Islam to support their fight “by arm and wealth and instigation, by pen and word, thoughts and prayers for their victory.”
Tahrir al-Sham’s Ebaa News Agency claimed seizing over 15 villages and towns in the northern countryside of Hama during the first day of the battle “And Say: Do Deeds.”
Abu Bakr Shekau, the leader of Jama’at Ahl al-Sunnah Lil Dawa Wal Jihad ("Boko Haram"), insisted in his latest video appearance that he remains the leader of the Islamic State’s (IS) West Africa Province.
The Islamic State (IS) published in the 73rd issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper an infographic on operations in East Asia, and specifically the Philippines, and promoted the suicide bombing on a Special Forces’ camp in the capital of Bangladesh.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda’s (AQ) branch in Somalia, claimed killing 17 Somali soldiers and wounding 22 others when its fighters stormed the city of Barawe in Lower Shabelle region, as well as taking control over most of the city neighborhoods.
Tahrir al-Sham’s Ebaa News Agency released a statement with updates and developments from Jobar neighborhood of Damascus, claiming that over 110 regime and pro-regime soldiers were killed following suicide bombings and attacks part of the battle “Be Steadfast O Worshippers of Allah,” and claimed gaining control of various areas in the region.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that the individual responsible for the vehicular and knife attack in front of the British Parliament in London is an IS “soldier”.
Tahrir al-Sham released the videos of the two suicide bombers that hit Soran, Hama, as part of the battle “And Say: Do Deeds,” and listed the “liberated” areas in the region.