When we think of terrorist tunnels, we typically think of the ones in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
They’ve become a common sight since September 11, 2001, and have played a crucial role in the recent terror attacks in the United States.
In the United Kingdom, the U.S. and the United Arab Emirates are all suspected of being involved in terrorist tunnels.
The tunnels are also used by ISIS.
In Europe, the tunnels are used by other terrorist groups as well.
These tunnels, however, are usually built underground.
In addition to tunnels, terrorists also tunnel in a number of other ways.
For instance, tunnels can be used to infiltrate police stations and prisons to execute prisoners.
There are also tunnels that can be set up to deliver poison or explosives to targets.
And there are other underground methods that can allow terrorists to communicate with each other, including the use of radio waves.
Below, we’ll look at some of the tunnels that terrorists have used, how they were constructed, and how they’re being used today.
The Tunnels of Terror The tunnels of terror The tunnels that have been built by ISIS terrorists are often built inside tunnels, or tunnel of terror.
These are small tunnels that are dug in a trench or pit that have holes punched into the side of the trench.
They are designed to be used as a tunnel and are usually located in urban areas where police stations, military bases and other infrastructure can be found.
The first tunnels built in Afghanistan were built to carry weapons, and were used to attack police stations in Kabul, according to the New York Times.
ISIS also uses tunnels to transport weapons.
In March, a British-based think tank reported that a British jihadist who had previously fought in Syria used a tunnel as a weapon to attack the British military base in Syria.
Another tunnel, which was built in the UAE, was used by the Abu Sayyaf group to attack a police station in Abu Dhabi.
The United States is also thought to have built a number tunnels, including one in Pakistan.
It was built by the Taliban in the late 1990s and used as part of the terrorist group’s war against the Pakistani government.
The tunnel is said to have had a water-tight design that was reinforced with steel bars, which were then used to make the tunnel’s roof.
In February, Pakistani police reported that the tunnel had been blown up by militants and the militants had been arrested.
Other tunnels in Pakistan also have been destroyed by militants.
The U.K. has also reportedly built several tunnels.
In 2015, British authorities said that a tunnel in London had been destroyed in an attack by ISIS, and a tunnel near Birmingham, England, was also destroyed by ISIS militants.
ISIS has also used tunnel as an escape route.
According to the BBC, ISIS fighters who were captured by the Iraqi army in 2014 had been forced to make tunnels out of a large pile of garbage that was thrown into the tunnel.
This garbage was then used as cover for them to enter the tunnels, according a video released by the British branch of ISIS.
ISIS militants have also used tunnels as a place to conduct suicide attacks.
A video posted on YouTube in April showed the tunnel where an ISIS fighter detonated a suicide bomb in the middle of a busy street in Iraq, killing 13 people.
A tunnel also was used in a recent suicide bombing in the Syrian city of Palmyra, which is about 100 miles (160 kilometers) south of the Syrian capital, Damascus.
In May, a tunnel was found under a street in the village of Duma, about 60 miles (100 kilometers) southeast of Damascus.
ISIS fighters in Syria have also been known to use tunnels to conduct attacks.
According in April, the ISIS group had used tunnels in Raqqa to launch suicide attacks on the Syrian government.
A photo posted on social media showed a tunnel under a road in Raqqa, Syria.
In July, an ISIS suicide bomber detonated a bomb in a tunnel used by Iraqi forces near Tal Afar, Iraq.
ISIS is also known to tunnel under bridges to hide behind rocks, and to hide inside of other tunnels.
A man holds up a bomb that was dropped from a drone as they take part in an operation against ISIS militants in the city of Raqqa, on May 25, 2020.
The group also reportedly tunneled under the bridges in Mosul, Iraq, to carry out suicide attacks in May.
In November, ISIS militants dug a tunnel that was used to hide underground after it was used for an attack in the town of Ramadi, Iraq on March 3.
The same tunnel was used again in March for an ISIS attack in Mosul.
The Islamic State group is also believed to have used tunnels to carry explosives into battle.
In August, two U.N. teams visited the tunnel that ISIS used to detonate a suicide bomber in Raqqa in October 2016.
ISIS reportedly used tunnels for tunneling to launch an attack, and for suicide attacks as well as tunnel-building.
In December, ISIS members were captured from the tunnel in Mosul that was attacked