Scores dead, many injured in two days from various terrorist attacks in four cities

Ankara, Turkey - The shooting death of Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Andrei Karlov at an art gallery during his speech by one of the security guards, Mevlut Mert Altintas, 22, a Turkish police officer trusted to protect him (Read here).

Berlin, Germany - A heavily loaded 25-tonne articulated lorry with its lights off drove to through shoppers at a busy Christmas market at Breitscheidplatz Square, outside the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Berlin, Germany killing 12 people and leaving 48 injured.
The killer-driver behind the wheels who was initially speculated to be an Afghan refugee but latest reports make believe the man is from Tunisia and an ISIS-affiliated jihadist - manhunt for the man is on as it appears he's still at large while the man who was initially arrested from a Zoo close to the crime scene has been released (Read more).

Aden, Yemen - Over 50 Soldiers were killed in a suicide bombing that left about 33 injured in Aden, Yemen.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack that occurred on Sunday.
Reportedly, not less than 48 Soldiers were killed at the same camp on December 10.

Karak, Jordan - Four heavily armed men with hand grenades launched a vicious attack at Karak Castle - a tourist attraction, killing 10 people, injuring 34. The attackers were killed!
ISIS also claimed responsibility for the attack.

R.I.P to all the victims and my condolences to the grieving families.