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Del concierto de Ariana Grande al Charlie Hebdo: los peores atentados desde 2015

El atentado de Manchester no es sino el último de una serie de sangrientos episodios que han sacudido el continente desde 2015, todos ellos atribuibles al terrorismo yihadista

Foto: Policías armados desplegados frente al Parlamento británico tras el atentado en Westminster, el 22 de marzo de 2017. (Reuters)
Policías armados desplegados frente al Parlamento británico tras el atentado en Westminster, el 22 de marzo de 2017. (Reuters)
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Región de París, enero de 2015

A gunman gestures as they return to their car after their attack on the offices of French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo (seen at rear) in this still image taken from amateur video shot in Paris January 7, 2015. Twelve people were slain, including two police officers, during last week's attack by Islamist militants Cherif and Said Kouachi.   REUTERS/Reuters TV     (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
A gunman gestures as they return to their car after their attack on the offices of French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo (seen at rear) in this still image taken from amateur video shot in Paris January 7, 2015. Twelve people were slain, including two police officers, during last week's attack by Islamist militants Cherif and Said Kouachi. REUTERS/Reuters TV (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA)
‘Charlie Hebdo’ fue el punto de partida: dos hombres armados, los hermanos Chérif y Saïd Kouachi, irrumpieron armados con rifles de asalto en la redacción del semanario satírico y ametrallaron fatalmente a 12 personas e hirieron a otras 11. Casi simultaneamente, Amedy Coulibaly iniciaba su propio viaje asesino, atacando a un hombre en un parque y, al día siguiente, ejecutando a una agente de policía. Durante 72 horas, los tres yihadistas tuvieron en vilo al país hasta que fueron abatidos por la policía en sendos asedios, tras haber tomado rehenes: los Kouachi en una oficina, y Coulibaly en un supermercado judío. La operación fue reivindicada por Al Qaeda en la Península Arábiga, aunque uno de los atacantes había expresado sus simpatías y lealtad hacia el Estado Islámico.
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París, noviembre de 2015

ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH  An injured man is carried out of the Bataclan following fatal shootings in Paris, France, November 13, 2015. Christian Hartmann: The weekend appeared calm. I had the evening off. Just before ten, the phone rang: in a grave voice my editor told me that a shooting had occurred at a cafe in eastern Paris and I should get there as quickly as possible. Around the same time, colleagues who were covering the France v Germany match heard explosions at the Stade de France. They turned their lenses away from the match and scanned the crowd to try and catch something. I took the bulletproof vest from my car - it had been there since the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January - and got on my scooter. I stopped by the bureau to pick up a 400mm lens, certain that the security perimeter would be wide. En route I heard about another shooting incident. When I arrived at the Bataclan, police warned journalists that we could be considered targets. They ordered us to take cover. The streets were silent. Security forces evacuated some victims, who were taken to safety. Special forces units started arriving on the scene in huge numbers. With two colleagues we decided to seek shelter. A young man let us into his apartment and we took up position at the windows. Just before midnight explosions were heard at the music hall. We could not see what was happening; no angle gave us a direct view to the entrance to the Bataclan. Once the special forces operation finished, people covered in blood and wrapped in blankets came flooding out of the theatre. We descended from our window perches to photograph the victims. We tried to record the emotion that these instants provided. Some people, covered in blood, spoke to us. Their stories were chilling. The moments they lived will remain with them forever. They also mark the life of a photojournalist. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann  SEARCH 'STORY-YEAR' FOR ALL 14 PICTURES  TEMPLATE OUT
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH An injured man is carried out of the Bataclan following fatal shootings in Paris, France, November 13, 2015. Christian Hartmann: The weekend appeared calm. I had the evening off. Just before ten, the phone rang: in a grave voice my editor told me that a shooting had occurred at a cafe in eastern Paris and I should get there as quickly as possible. Around the same time, colleagues who were covering the France v Germany match heard explosions at the Stade de France. They turned their lenses away from the match and scanned the crowd to try and catch something. I took the bulletproof vest from my car - it had been there since the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January - and got on my scooter. I stopped by the bureau to pick up a 400mm lens, certain that the security perimeter would be wide. En route I heard about another shooting incident. When I arrived at the Bataclan, police warned journalists that we could be considered targets. They ordered us to take cover. The streets were silent. Security forces evacuated some victims, who were taken to safety. Special forces units started arriving on the scene in huge numbers. With two colleagues we decided to seek shelter. A young man let us into his apartment and we took up position at the windows. Just before midnight explosions were heard at the music hall. We could not see what was happening; no angle gave us a direct view to the entrance to the Bataclan. Once the special forces operation finished, people covered in blood and wrapped in blankets came flooding out of the theatre. We descended from our window perches to photograph the victims. We tried to record the emotion that these instants provided. Some people, covered in blood, spoke to us. Their stories were chilling. The moments they lived will remain with them forever. They also mark the life of a photojournalist. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann SEARCH 'STORY-YEAR' FOR ALL 14 PICTURES TEMPLATE OUT
Sigue siendo, de lejos, el atentado más terrible en la historia reciente de Europa: 130 muertos y 368 heridos a manos de varios comandos del Estado Islámico que llevaron a cabo una serie de ataques coordinados en diferentes puntos de la capital gala, de la Sala Bataclan. Francia todavía no se ha recuperado.
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Bruselas, marzo de 2016

ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH An injured man is seen at the scene of a bomb attack at Zaventem airport near Brussels, Belgium, March 22, 2016.  REUTERS/Ketevan Kardava/Courtesy of 1tv.ge/Handout via Reuters  ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. MANDATORY CREDIT. TEMPLATE OUT.
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH An injured man is seen at the scene of a bomb attack at Zaventem airport near Brussels, Belgium, March 22, 2016. REUTERS/Ketevan Kardava/Courtesy of 1tv.ge/Handout via Reuters ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. REUTERS IS UNABLE TO INDEPENDENTLY VERIFY THE AUTHENTICITY, CONTENT, LOCATION OR DATE OF THIS IMAGE. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. MANDATORY CREDIT. TEMPLATE OUT.
Tres suicidas (dos en el aeropuerto de Zaventem y uno en la estación de metro de Maalbeek) dejaron 32 muertos y 340 heridos, en una operación terrorista planificada por la misma célula responsable de la masacre de París, cuyos responsables se vieron impelidos a actuar de nuevo ante las sospechas de que las autoridades estaban a punto de dar con ellos.
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Estambul, junio de 2016

A still image from CCTV camera shows a man believed to be one of the attackers walking inside the terminal carrying a weapon as bystanders and travellers run for cover at Istanbul airport, Turkey June 28, 2016. Footage taken June 28, 2016.  Haberturk Newspaper Handout via Reuters  ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. TURKEY OUT.
A still image from CCTV camera shows a man believed to be one of the attackers walking inside the terminal carrying a weapon as bystanders and travellers run for cover at Istanbul airport, Turkey June 28, 2016. Footage taken June 28, 2016. Haberturk Newspaper Handout via Reuters ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVE. TURKEY OUT.
Tres atacantes –miembros del Estado Islámico de origen ruso y centroasiático- armados con fusiles de asalto y explosivos penetraron en el aeropuerto Atatürk abriendo fuego contra los pasajeros que se disponían a embarcar, matando a 45 personas e hiriendo a más de 230. La tragedia habría sido aún mayor si no hubiesen sido detectados por un policía que les impidió penetrar más en el edificio, y que lo pagó con su vida.
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Niza, julio de 2016

ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH - Thermal covers and blankets cover the dead and injured on the ground after a heavy truck ran into a crowd at high speed killing scores celebrating the July 14, 2016 Bastille Day national holiday on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, France.  Picture taken July 14, 2016.  REUTERS/Tarubi Wahid Mosta  - RTSI4EY
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH - Thermal covers and blankets cover the dead and injured on the ground after a heavy truck ran into a crowd at high speed killing scores celebrating the July 14, 2016 Bastille Day national holiday on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, France. Picture taken July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Tarubi Wahid Mosta - RTSI4EY

Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, un individuo autorradicalizado de origen tunecino, lanzó un camión de gran tonelaje contra la multitud que celebraba el Día Nacional de Francia en el paseo marítimo de la ciudad. 86 personas fueron mortalmente aplastadas por el vehículo, que dejó también 434 heridos, antes de que la policía pudiese abatir al conductor.

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Normandía, julio de 2016

. Saint Etienne Du Rouvray (France), 02 10 2016.- French police on duty before a catholic mass celebrated for the re-opening of the Saint Etienne church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, near Rouen, France, on 02 October 2016. 2 months after the hostage taking in the church of Saint Etienne du Rouvray where priest Jacques Hamel was killed by an IS-linked attack, the Saint Etienne Church is officially back to worship. (Atentado, Francia) EFE EPA CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON
. Saint Etienne Du Rouvray (France), 02 10 2016.- French police on duty before a catholic mass celebrated for the re-opening of the Saint Etienne church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, near Rouen, France, on 02 October 2016. 2 months after the hostage taking in the church of Saint Etienne du Rouvray where priest Jacques Hamel was killed by an IS-linked attack, the Saint Etienne Church is officially back to worship. (Atentado, Francia) EFE EPA CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON
Tras jurar lealtad al Estado Islámico, dos jóvenes radicalizados tomaron rehenes en una iglesia de la localidad de Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray y acabaron decapitando al sacerdote, de 85 años de edad. Los perpetradores fueron abatidos por unidades antiterroristas de la policía. A pesar de que no hubo más víctimas, este atentado provocó una gran conmoción debido a su salvajismo.
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Berlín, diciembre de 2016

Workers clear the site of the Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, December 21, 2016, after a truck ploughed through a crowd at the Christmas market on Monday night.    REUTERS Christian Mang     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Workers clear the site of the Christmas market in Berlin, Germany, December 21, 2016, after a truck ploughed through a crowd at the Christmas market on Monday night. REUTERS Christian Mang TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Un tunecino llamado Anis Amri, frustrado por el rechazo de su solicitud de asilo en Alemania, secuestró un camión polaco tras asesinar a su conductor, y lo condujo hasta Berlín, donde lo lanzó contra un mercadillo navideño. 12 personas murieron y otras 56 resultaron heridas. Amri huyó a Italia, donde murió en un tiroteo con la policía milanesa. Había sido aconsejado y radicalizado por el Estado Islámico.

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Estambul, enero de 2017

Atentado contra el club Reina en Estambul
Atentado contra el club Reina en Estambul

Acababa de iniciarse el año cuando un hombre armado con un fusil de asalto penetró en el club Reina de Estambul, donde cientos de personas celebraban la Nochevieja. Los disparos dejaron 39 muertos y más de 70 heridos. El atacante, Abdulkadir Masharipov, fue detenido pocos días después. El ISIS se atribuyó la acción.

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Londres, marzo de 2017

An injured woman is assisted after an incident on Westminster Bridge in London, Britain March 22, 2017.   REUTERS Toby Melville TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
An injured woman is assisted after an incident on Westminster Bridge in London, Britain March 22, 2017. REUTERS Toby Melville TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
El ataque apenas duró 82 segundos: un británico de 52 años, Khalid Masood, condujo a toda velocidad por el puente de Westminster tratando de atropellar al máximo número de personas posible antes de estrellarlo contra el palacio. Allí salió del vehículo y apuñaló a un agente desarmado, antes de que otro policía pudiese detenerle a tiros. El balance total fue de 5 muertos y más de 50 heridos de diversa gravedad.
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San Petersburgo, abril de 2017

Atentado en San Petersburgo
Atentado en San Petersburgo

Un suicida se hizo estallar en el metro el mismo día que el presidente Vladímir Putin visitaba la ciudad. 16 personas murieron y 64 resultaron heridas. El atentado fue reivindicado por un grupo armado del Cáucaso llamado Batallón Imán Shamil, vinculado a Al Qaeda.

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Estocolmo, abril de 2017

A turned over 'Stockholmslejon', a concrete traffic stopper, is seen outside the roped off area next to the department store Ahlens after a suspected terror attack on the Drottninggatan Street in central Stockholm, Sweden, April 8, 2017. Jonas Ekstromer TT News Agency via Reuters     ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. SWEDEN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN SWEDEN. NO COMMERCIAL SALES.
A turned over 'Stockholmslejon', a concrete traffic stopper, is seen outside the roped off area next to the department store Ahlens after a suspected terror attack on the Drottninggatan Street in central Stockholm, Sweden, April 8, 2017. Jonas Ekstromer TT News Agency via Reuters ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS. SWEDEN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN SWEDEN. NO COMMERCIAL SALES.

Un individuo inspirado por el Estado Islámico de origen uzbeco, Rajmat Akilov, lanzó un camión secuestrado contra una de las principales calles comerciales de la capital sueca, matando a 5 personas e hiriendo a más de una docena. Akilov fue detenido poco después. Un explosivo sin detonar fue encontrado en la cabina del vehículo.

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