Of the six attacks on hotels in 2019, four were carried out by al Shabaab.
Based on the location and target, islamic State is most likely responsible.
The first mention of Wilayah Turkey was made in the last video featuring Baghdadi in April 2019.
The video comes 4 days after AGH released an audio message from its new leader Abdul Hameed Lelhari.
ISWA claims to have taken control of the base for 3 to 4 hours; Niger MoI reports 18 dead and 9 vehicles missing.
Islamic State likely over Nafaa Brigade, who attacks mainly in Kasserine.
Though Azerbaijan has had a number of foreign fighters travel to Syria & Iraq, it has never had an Islamic State attack.
The attack is almost identical to a 2016 Taliban / Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) attack on the MoD.
At least ten different groups/cells pledged, far more than any other location thus far.
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