There train killed 14 people and injured

are four main fundamental attacks which were the most devastating. The first
one situated in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, which strategically conducted the
bombings of the US embassy. 301 people were killed, and more than 500 people
were injured in this incident.  The
second one is the deadliest attack in US history and for sure worldwide, the
heartbreaking twin towers attack 3,000 people were killed in the
terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and on the Pentagon in
Washington on September 11, 2001. The third one was an indirect attack
programmed and induced by Al-Qaeda situated on a nightclub in Bali, Indonesia,
killing approximately 180 people and finally the bombings of four packed trains
in 2004, in Madrid which killed 190 people and injured more than 1400 people.
The Al-Qaeda terrorist group has been active since 1998, however since the
collapse of their leader Osama Bin Laden in 2011 they have had a colossal fall due
to the fact that the war on terror commence with the USA In the first 100 days of the war,
President George W. Bush increased America’s homeland security and built a
worldwide coalition that, started to destroy al-Qaeda’s grip on Afghanistan by
driving the Taliban from power. Secondly, disrupted al-Qaeda’s global
operations and terrorist financing networks and destroying al-Qaeda terrorist
training camps. Thirdly, Helped the innocent people of Afghanistan recover from
the Taliban’s reign of terror and lastly helped Afghans put aside long-standing
differences to form a new interim government that represents all Afghans –
including women. It has been crucial to highlight the fact that the presence of
Bin Laden was an omnipresent sense of security, yet since 2001, Al-Qaeda has
lost four heads of the military committee, four chiefs of the special
operations unit and at least a dozen of the senior regional field commanders.  The most recent claimed attack by the new
terrorist faction was the St Petersburg attack, Russia. The bombing in the
train killed 14 people and injured 51 authorities claim and the new leader of
Al Qaeda leader in charge Ayman Al-Zawahiri