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The shooting at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the related attacks killed 17 and injured 21 people in France last week. The timeline below, created by Dadaviz’s Jishai Evers with data from the Telegraph, shows how that attack compares to other European terror incidents.

Charlie Hebdo was the the biggest terror attack since July 2011, when a right-wing extremist opened fire on a youth camp in Norway, killing 77 people. Major attacks have occurred in Europe every few years for the last two decades. Terrorism in Europe was at its deadliest in the mid-2000s, with the Madrid train bombings in 2004 and London bombings in 2005.