List of terrorist incidents, 2014
|1||Car Bombing||11||17||Mogadishu, Somalia||Two car bombs exploded on New Year's Day outside a hotel, frequented by foreigners and Somali government officials, in the Somali capital of Mogadishu, according to a police official who reported that six people were killed in the blasts while an additional eight were injured. The same police official indicated that no claim of responsibility had been made but the Al-Shabab movement was suspected after an audio tape warning of attacks on New Year's Eve. A third car bomb occurred an hour after the first two as the vehicle was being inspected by government soldiers raising the overall death toll to eleven with seventeen wounded in the three car bombings.||Al-Shabab|
|2||Grenade attack||0||10||Diani, Kenya||Three attackers hurled a grenade into the Tandoori bar in the Kenyan resort town of Diani, south of the port city of Mombasa wounding ten people. No organization claimed responsibility for the grenade attack, however the region is popular target area for Islamic extremists.|
|2||Car bomb||5||20||Beirut, Lebanon||A car bomb exploded on a crowded street in a southern Beirut suburb of Haret Hreik, a Hezbollah stronghold leaving thick black smoke hanging over the Beirut city skyline and a total of five people dead, with an additional twenty people injured from the blast. Hezbollah militiamen dispersed crowds of people who came to assist the wounded after the explosion by firing gunshots into the air.||Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant|
|2||Truck bomb||19||37||Balad Ruz, Iraq||A truck bomb exploded on a busy commercial street in the northern Iraqi city of Balad Ruz killing nineteen people and injuring thirty-seven others.|
|4||Bomb||1||2||North Sinai Governorate, Egypt||At least 1 soldier die and another 2 wounded after a bomb exploded in North Sinai Governorate.|
|5||Series of Explosions||20||55||Baghdad, Iraq||Six explosions, two at least confirmed car bombs, ripped across Baghdad targeting a restaurant and a tea house in a northern Shite suburb as well as a commercial district leaving a total of twenty people dead and dozens (55) wounded.|
|7||Suicide truck bombing||2||55||Kirkuk, Iraq||A suicide truck bombing struck a police station in the northern city of Kirkuk killing two people and injuring an additional fifty-five others.|
|9||Suicide bombing||23||25||Baghdad, Iraq||A suicide bomber struck a military recruiting centre in Baghdad killing twelve people and injuring an additional twenty-five others. Although no claim of responsibility was made, the news report indicates that suicide bombings are the favored tactics of the Al-Qaeda affiliated terrorist organization, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.||Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant|
|9||Car Bomb||18||Dozens||Kafat, Hama, Syria||Eighteen people were killed and dozens were injured in a massive car bombing of the central Syrian village of Kafat, located in Hama province. The car bombing occurred at the village school leaving a number of women and children as well as pro-government militiamen killed and wounded. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports that the death toll could rise as a number of the casualties were brought to hospital in critical condition.|
|9||Suicide Car Bomb / Assassination||4||4||Karachi, Pakistan||Senior police officer Chaudhry Aslam, an anti-terrorist policeman, famed for his strident opposition to armed gangs and terrorist groups in Karachi was killed along with three other anti-terrorism police officers while four other policemen were wounded in the suicide car bombing.||Tehreek-e-Taliban (Pakistan Taliban)|
|12||Car Bombing||13||28||Baghdad, Iraq||A car bomb exploded outside a bus terminal in central Baghdad killing nine people and injuring sixteen others. A second car bomb occurred afterwards at a northern Baghdad taxi stand killing an additional four civilians and injuring another twelve.|
|12||(2) Improvised Explosive Devices||5||4||Martoong, Swat Valley, Pakistan||Two IEDs exploded in the Martoong region of Swat Valley destroying the lead scout car of a fifteen car convoy targeting an advisor, Amir Muqam, of the Pakistani Prime Minister. Amir Muqam was uninjured in the targeted attack, however five Pakistani police officers were killed when their scount car was destroyed and four additional police officers were injured in the attack.|
|12||Suicide Bombing||2||20||Kabul, Afghanistan||A suicide bomber riding a bicycle detonated his explosive device next to a bus carrying police recruits in Kabul killing two people, including a police officer and wounded fourteen people on the bus, as well as, six pedestrians that were near-by when the bomber detonated his explosives. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the blast.||Taliban|
|13||Car Bombing||11||28||Baghdad, Iraq||A car bomb exploded in the Shite district of Shaab killing eleven and injuring twenty-eight.|
|14||Suicide Bombing||30||50||Maiduguri, Nigeria||A Boko Haram suicide car bomber detonated a powerful suicide car bomb in the heavily populated centre of Maiduguri, Borno State at a military checkpoint at the local market district ensuring massive casualties as crowds of civilians were in the market celebrating the birth of the prophet Mohammed. Thirty people were reportedly killed and an additional fifty were injured in the bombing with the military blaming Boko Haram for the attack and stating that they had arrested a member of Boko Haram for the attack.||Boko Haram|
|15||Series of Car Bombings||40||88||Baghdad, Iraq||Six car bombs exploded in north, central and eastern Baghdad killing forty civilians and injuring eighty-eight others. The bombs targeted a number of open-stall markets and commercial areas, attempting to inflict the optimal amount of casualties.|
|15||Bomb||18||16||Shatub, Diyala, Iraq||An explosion targeting the funeral tent of a slain Iraqi Sunni leader killed eighteen people and injured an additional sixteen others.|
|15||Suicide Car Bombing||26||Dozens||Jarablus, Aleppo province, Syria||Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant militants set off a powerful suicide car bomb in northern Syria in Jarablus, Aleppo Province, targeting rival Islamic and secular rebels at a checkpoint killing twenty-six people, including three civilians and injuring dozens of others, most critically as reported by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. This car bombing occurred in rebel-held territory and is apart of the factional fighting that has occurred since the start of the year between different rebel factions.||Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)|
|16||Suicide Car Bomb||5||42||Hermel, Lebanon||A suicide car bomber struck in the mainly Shite town of Hermel in Lebanon near the border with Syria. The bomber targeted a main commercial street, during rush hour traffic by two local banks and the main government office resulting in a five deaths with an additional forty-two injured.||Al-Nusra Front|
|17||Bomb Causing Train Derailment||3||15||Rajanpur district, Punjab Province, Pakistan||A train, the Khushhal Khan Khattack Express, traveling from Peshawar to Karachi derailed after a bomb placed in one of the train compartments exploded, causing seven cars of the Khushhal Khan Khattack Express to derail killing at least three people and injuring an additional fifteen others. The bomb and derailment occurred in the Rajanpur district of Punjab province, and no claim of responsibility was made for the blast.|
|17||Grenade attack||1||35||Bangkok, Thailand||A blast occurred, most likely from a grenade as reported by Bangkok police officials, at a rally led by an oppositional protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban during the ongoing political crisis that started in November 2013 in Thailand. One person died of shrapnel wounds and blood loss on Saturday the 18th of January and thirty five people were injured in the grenade explosion.|
|17||Suicide Bomber / Gun attack||21||12||Kabul, Afghanistan||A suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest outside the heavily guarded Taverna restaurant, popular with foreigners in Kabul and then two gunmen entered the facility and began firing at patrons and staff before being shot dead by Afghan government forces. In total, twenty-one people included a Somali American, two Britons, two Canadians, a Danish police officer, a Russian, a Malaysian and a Pakistani were killed, while an additional twelve were wounded in the attack. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.||Taliban|
|18||Series of Car Bombs||18||52||Baghdad, Iraq||A series of car bombs targeted the Iraqi capital of Baghdad with a hospital, restaurant, commercial market and a juvenile prison among the targets hit. A total of eighteen people were killed and fifty-two people injured in the blasts.|
|19||Bomb||20||24||Bannu, Pakistan||A massive explosion targeted a military convoy as it began to leave Bannu, Pakistan as it was traveling to Razmak, killing twenty soldiers and injuring an additional twenty-four others. The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the blast.||Tehreek-e-Taliban (Pakistan Taliban)|
|20||Suicide Bombing||13||18||Rawalpindi, Pakistan||A suicide bomber detonated his explosive at a market bazaar near the General Headquarters of the Pakistani military targeting soldiers that were on foot patrol through the market destroying the market and killing thirteen people, including six Pakistani soldiers and wounding an additional eighteen people, most of them critically. The Pakistani Taliban were blamed for the second attack in two days on the Pakistani army.||Tehreek-e-Taliban (Pakistan Taliban)|
|20||Series of Explosions||24||58||Baghdad, Iraq||A series of explosions hit Baghdad killing twenty-four people and injuring an additional fifty-eight.|
|20||Bomb attack||1||n/a||Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India||Assailants in pursuit of Lakhai Hansda, vice president of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha state political party, threw a grenade at him and fled. Hansda was fatally wounded. Indian police were unable to locate the attackers.|
|21||Suicide Car Bombing||4||35||Beirut, Lebanon||For the second time in a month, a suicide car bomber struck the Hezbollah Shite suburb of Haret Hreik, killing four people and wounding an additional thirty-five others. A group known as the Nusra Front of Lebanon, maybe an offshoot of the Al-Qaeda linked Nusra Front in Syria claimed responsibility for the attack because of Hezbollah's forces assisting Assad in Syria.||Al-Nusra Front|
|22||Remote Controlled bicycle Bomb||7||11||Peshawar, Pakistan||A remote controlled bicycle bomb exploded while targeting a police patrol in Peshawar as the police officers drove to guard a polio vaccination team killing six police officers and a young boy and wounding an additional eleven others.||Tehreek-e-Taliban (Pakistan Taliban)|
|24||Truck Bomb/Additional Explosions||6||100||Cairo, Egypt||A truck bomb exploded next to the Police Headquarters in Cairo killing four people and damaging the police building and the Islamic Museum severely. Three more explosions occurred throughout Cairo targeting police stations or police vehicles killing an additional two people and wounding nearly one hundred people in total. An Al-Qaida inspired Sinai militant group, Ansar Beit al-Maqdis (Champions of Jerusalem), claimed responsibility for the blasts.||Ansar Beit al-Maqdis (Champions of Jerusalem)|
|25||Two Car Bombings||6||12||Baghdad, Iraq||Two car bombs struck in Baghdad, one striking an outdoor market and another striking a commercial street causing six fatalities and resulting in twelve other people being transported to hospital with a variety of injuries.|
|25||Car Bomb||3||5||Tuz Khormato, Iraq||Three people were killed and five people were injured when a car bomb exploded in an ethnically diverse town of Tuz Khormato, striking a Turkmen neighborhood.|
|25||Grenade Attack||1||33||Antananarivo, Madagascar||Hours after the presidential-elect, Hery Rajaonarimampianina, took the oath of office and became the President of Madagascar in an attempt to have the nation emerge from years of diplomatic isolation following the coup and rule of former strongman Andry Rajoelina, a grenade was tossed into the stadium grounds where Rajaonarimampianina inauguration had been held, causing an explosion that left a lot of material damage to the stadium and left one person dead and an additional thirty-three injured. The Madagascarian Interior Ministry suspects the blast is directly related to the new President's inauguration and suspects some political groups on the island were unhappy with the electoral outcome.|
|26||Suicide Bombing||4||22||Kabul, Afghanistan||A suicide bomber detonated his explosives next to a bus carrying Afghan government troops in a south-eastern district of Kabul, damaging the bus and killing two soldiers on board as well as two civilians who were in the street. A total of twenty-two people were injured in the attack which was claimed by the Taliban.||Taliban|
|26||Roadside (IED) Bomb||6||13||Helmand Province, Afghanistan||A roadside bomb detonated in Helmand province destroying a taxi cab and killing six civilians and injuring an additional thirteen others in the second attack of the day blamed on Taliban militants.||Taliban|
|26||Massacre||85||50||Kawuri, Nigeria||An attack that happened on 26 January 2014 in Kawuri village, Konduga Local Government, Borno State located some 37 kilometers southeast of Maiduguri.|
|27||Suicide Car Bombing||4||21||Anbar Province, Iraq||A suicide car bomber rammed his vehicle, filled with explosives into a military checkpoint outside the Anbar province flashpoint city of Fallujah, controlled by Al-Qaeda inspired militants as well as Sunni anti-government tribes killing four soldiers and injuring twenty-one others.|
|27||Two Suicide Car Bombings||13||0||Hama Governorate, Syria||Two suicide car have exploded near a checkpoint of the Syrian army in the village of Rahdjane killing 13 soldiers.|
|30||Car Bomb||4||11||Baghdad, Iraq||A car bomb exploded in Baghdad on a commercial street killing four people and injuring eleven.|
|30||Suicide Car Bomb||3||3||Pachir Wagam district, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan||The Taliban claimed responsibility for a suicide car bomb attack on Afghan police officers in eastern Afghanistan that killed two police officers and injured an additional three officers.||Taliban|
|30||Gun Attack/Hostage Taking/Suicide Bombing||24||50||Baghdad, Iraq||Six attackers, suspected members of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) seized control of a government Ministry of Transportation building in north-eastern Baghdad, and took a number of employees hostage. The attackers killed nine hostages when the Iraqi army moved into reseize control of the building and four of the attackers detonated suicide explosive vests throughout the building during numerous gun battles with police and army personnel. Iraqi forces were able to secure the building after shooting the last two attackers dead and rescued a number of government employees that were still being held hostage. The final toll of this attack stands at twenty-four dead and fifty wounded.||Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant|
|31||Improvised Explosive Device||7||3||Kuthra, Borno State, Nigeria||An improvised explosive device (IED) exploded after a bus drove over in in Kuthra village in Borno state in north-eastern Nigeria killing seven people and injuring three others. Boko Haram, an extremist muslism insurgent group was blamed for the IED explosion.||Boko Haram|
|1||Car Bomb||4||28||Hermel, Lebanon||A car bomb exploded next to a gas station, causing a ripple effect of explosions in the Shite town of Hermel, Lebanon killing four people and injuring eighteen. No one claimed responsibility for the car bombing, at least the fourth attack on Shite towns or neighborhoods allied to Hezbollah since the beginning of 2014, but suspicion has fallen on Sunni militants.||Al-Nusra Front|
|1||Double Car Bomb||25||Aleppo Governorate, Syria||Two car bomb killed 25 people near Aleppo in northern Syria. The attack also killed a leader of a rebel group|
|2||Assassination||1||2||Zaria, Nigeria||A Muslim cleric, hostile to Boko Haram was killed in the city of Zaria while driving his car. Suspicion falls on Boko Haram for the killing. His wife and son were injured|
|2||Grenade attack||5||31||Peshawar, Pakistan||The attack on the Picture House cinema in Peshawar, the region's main city, took place as some 90 people were watching a movie. Attackers hurled two grenades and fled the scene|
|2||Car Bombs/Suicide Bombing||16||20||Aleppo Governorate, Syria||A man blew himself up in the seat of a rebel brigade in Syria, in the northern province of Aleppo. At the same time, a car bomb exploded in front of the building||Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)|
|3||Two Car Bombs||9||28||Mahmoudiyah, Iraq||A car bomb struck a council building in the town of Mahmoudiyah, south of Baghdad followed by a second car bomb that exploded at an open stall market killing nine people and injuring twenty-eight.|
|3||Two Car Bombs||7||20||Baghdad, Iraq||Four people were killed and an additional eleven wounded when an explosive laden vehicle exploded in a northern Baghdad suburb. A second car bomb exploded killing an additional three people and wounding nine others.|
|3||Suicide Car Bomb||1||2||Choueifat, Lebanon||A man wearing an explosive belt blew himself up on a public transport minibus, the attack killed at least one person and injured two in Choueifat.||Al-Nusra Front|
|4||Bomb||2||10||Sana'a, Yemen||Two soldiers were killed and an additional ten soldiers were injured after a bomb exploded on a Sanaa street as their military bus passed by transporting the troops to their base.|
|5||Three Car Bombs and Suicide Bombing||32||35||Baghdad, Iraq||The heavily fortified "Green zone" where most government ministries and foreign embassies are, was attacked when two parked car bombs exploded outside the Foreign Affairs ministry killing eleven people and injuring fifteen. Soon after, a suicide bomber walked into a restaurant near the "Green zone" and detonated his explosive device killing an additional eight people and wounding twelve. A third car bomb exploded on a commercial street in a northern suburb of Baghdad killing four and injuring eight. A total of thirty two people were killed in the four blasts.|
|6||Series of Car Bombs||13||57||Baghdad, Iraq||A series of car bombs exploded in different neighborhoods of Baghdad hitting commercial streets, open markets and an auto-car dealership killing thirteen people in total and wounding fifty-seven.|
|7||Two Bombs||0||6||Cairo, Egypt||Two bombs exploded near Giza Square, a popular anti-military staging area for Morsi Brotherhood protesters targeting two police patrols causing six police officers to report to hospital with a varying degree of injury. A BBC correspondent that arrived to report on the explosions noted that there was a minimal amount of damage caused by the two blasts.||Ajnad Misr - Soldiers of Egypt|
|9||Grenade and Gun Attack||8||8||Karachi, Pakistan||Several gunmen tossed grenades into a Sufi shrine just as a Sufi Muslim preacher began his sermon in Karachi, and then opened fire on worshippers killing eight people and injuring an additional eight. Sunni-militants are suspected in the attack.|
|10||Car Bomb||0||4||Mogadishu, Somalia||A car bomb exploded outside a hotel in Mogadishu where several Somali police commanders were meeting, injuring four people including a high-level police commander of the Somali national government.||Al-Shabab|
|10||Suicide Bombing||4||5||Peshawar, Pakistan||A suicide bomber detonated his explosive device at the house of a tribal elder in Peshawar, Pakistan, as he was being pursued on foot by police officers who were firing at him, as citizens had reported him as suspicious to police officers. It is unsure if the intended target was the Pakistan tribal elder or if a police bullet hit his vest causing the explosion that killed four civilians and injured an additional five other people.|
|10||Suicide Car Bombing||3||7||Kabul, Afghanistan||A suicide car bomber drove his explosive laden vehicle into a NATO convoy in Kabul, near the Pul-i-Charkhi prison and blew up his vehicle after ramming the second NATO vehicle in the convoy. Two American civilian contractors and the suicide bomber were killed in the blast and seven Afghan civilians were injured.||Hizb-i-Islami|
|10||Car Bomb||3||11||Baghdad, Iraq||A car bomb exploded outside a restaurant in Baghdad killing three and injuring eleven. This occurred on the same day that a terrorist trainer north of Baghdad prematurely detonated a demonstration car bomb to terrorist students killing twenty-one terrorists.|
|11||Grenade Attack||11||20||Peshawar, Pakistan||Unknown attackers tossed three grenades into a movie theatre, in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, the second terrorist attack in two days and second terrorist attack in February to target cinemas in Pakistan, killing eleven people and injuring an additional twenty. This attack occurred while government and Pakistani Taliban negotiators met in Islamabad to begin the process of introductory peace talks.|
|13||Two Bombs||5||15||Baghdad, Iraq||Two bombs exploded simultaneously in an open-stall market in Baghdad, hidden in a clothing stall killing five people and injuring fifteen.|
|13||Car Bomb||7||19||Mogadishu, Somalia||A remote control car bomb exploded near the international airport in Mogadishu as a convoy of U.N vehicles traveled by damaging one of the U.N vehicles and killing seven Somali civilians and injuring fifteen civilians and four security guards. No U.N. Somali or International staff were injured or killed in the terrorist attack.||Al Shabab|
|13||Suicide Car Bombing||11||40||Karachi, Pakistan||A suicide car bomber in the southern city of Karachi struck a police bus carrying police officers from a training depot, heavily damaging the bus and killing eleven people, mostly police officers and injuring an additional forty others, with ten of those injured reported to be in critical condition.|
|14||Suicide Car Bombing||32||Dozens||Yadouda, Daraa Governorate, Syria||A car bomb exploded near a mosque in the southern Syrian province of Daraa in a small village called Yadouda. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights an non-profit organization cataloguing the violence in Syria reported that thirty-two people were killed in the car bombing and dozens were reportedly wounded. The Syrian government reported a death toll of three and activists in Yadouda reported eighteen names of fatalities because of the car bomb.|
|15||Village Attack||106||Unknown||Izghe, Nigeria||Islamic militants suspected of being members of Boko Haram, entered a village and murdered 105 men and 1 elderly woman.||Boko Haram|
|16||Improvised Explosive Device||4||33||Taba, Sinai, Egypt||A remote controlled improvised explosive device detonated when a tourist bus passed by at the Taba crossing in the southern Sinai Peninsula near a border crossing between Egypt and Israel near Mount Sinai killing three South Korean tourists and their Egyptian driver and injuring thirty three other foreigners that were on the bus. This is the first attack against foreigners since the July 2013 overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood President Morsi.|
|17||Series of Car Bombs||23||66||Baghdad, Iraq||Three car bombs detonated in Shite-dominated neighborhoods of Baghdad near open commercial markets killing twenty two people and injuring dozens. A fourth car bomb exploded after dusk in a mostly Sunni neighborhood of Baghdad killing one person and wounding eleven. The four bombings left a total of twenty-three dead and at least sixty-six wounded.|
|18||Four Car Bombs||17||49||Baghdad, Iraq||Four car bombs detonated in and around commercial markets and bus stations across Baghdad killing seventeen people and injuring forty-nine others.|
|18||Four Car Bombs||11||35||Hillah, Iraq||Four car bombs detonated simultaneously in different regions of the southern Iraqi city of Hillah leaving eleven people dead and injuring thirty-five people.|
|18||Car Bomb||5||13||Musayyib, Iraq||A car bomb exploded in the southern town of Musayyib, Iraq killing five people and injuring thirteen.|
|19||Two Suicide Bombers||7||100||Beirut, Lebanon||Two suicide bombers, one in a vehicle and another on a motorcycle detonated their suicide vests during morning rush hour traffic in Beirut near the Iranian cultural centre. The two explosions severely damaged an orphanage across the road from the Iranian cultural centre and a number of children were injured in the blasts. The Abdullah Azzam Brigades, an Al-Qaeda linked organization claimed responsibility for the blasts.||Abdullah Azzam Brigades|
|20||Suicide Bomber||2||4||Kabul, Afghanistan||A suicide bomber detonated his explosives in a northern district of Kabul outside an Ismali (Shite) shrine killing himself and a security guard and injuring four civilians.||Taliban|
|20||Mortar attack||22||50||Musayyib, Iraq||A mortar attack struck a busy area in a mainly Shiite town south of Iraq's capital, killing at least 22 people and wounding more than 50. Five mortars hit a busy market, a residential apartment building and a parking lot. The mortars appeared to have been fired from the Sunni-dominated town of Jurf al-Sakr.|
|20||Suicide Car Bombing||10||Unknown||Bab al-Salama border crossing, Syria||A suicide car bomber detonated his vehicle filled with explosives at a Syrian border crossing controlled by Syrian rebels that are anti-Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant killing an estimated ten people and wounding an unknown number of rebels, and civilians, with a number being ferried to the Turkish town of Killis for medical treatment.||Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)|
|21||Suicide Car Bombing & Gun Attack||14||Unknown||Mogadishu, Somalia||An Al Shabab unit attacked the Presidential palace complex, known as Villa Mogadishu, under the guise of wearing Presidential guard uniforms detonating a suicide car bomb at the gates and then opening fore on ministry staff and security forces. Militants were able to reach a mosque in the center of the compound before they detonated suicide vests or were killed by government forces. The President of Somalia was not harmed in the attack. Nine militants and five officials/security personnel were killed in the attack including the Chief of Staff to the President||Al Shabab|
|21||Suicide Car Bombing & Gun Attack||4||4||Surobi, Afghanistan||A suicide car bomber detonated his explosive laden vehicle at the gates of the district police headquarters in Surobi, Afghanistan setting off a firefight between two additional Taliban militants and police officers which left four people dead, including a police officer and four officers injured.||Taliban|
|22||Suicide Car Bombing||4||15||Hermel, Lebanon||Two soldiers, a civilian and a suicide bomber were killed when the attacker detonated his vehicle full of explosives at a military checkpoint to the Hezbollah Shite stronghold town of Hermel as soldieres were inspecting his vehicle for weapons and explosives. Fifteen other people were injured in the explosive that occurred on the Orontes river bridge leading into the town of Hermel.||Nusra Front|
|23||Suicide Car Bombing||10||40 - 50||Atmeh, Syria||A suicide car bomb exploded outside a field hospital in the rebel held town of Atmeh, close to the Turkish border killing ten people and injuring between forty and fifty persons according to one activist on the ground. Ambulances rushed across the border from Turkey to provide aid to the injured and a number of the injured were rushed to another hospital in Atmeh with the more seriously injured transported across the border to Turkish hospitals.|
|23||Bomb||14||15||Kohat, Pakistan||A bomb on a motorized rickshaw exploded near a police facility in the city of Kohat killing fourteen people and injuring fifteen.||Tehreek-e-Taliban (Pakistan Taliban)|
|23||Car Bomb and Motorcycle bomb||9||29||Baghdad, Iraq||A car bomb exploded in Sadr City, a Shite stronghold, and later on a bomb attached to a motorcycle exploded in a northern neighborhood of Baghdad killing nine people overall and sending another twenty-nine to hospital.|
|24||Suicide Bombing||3||12||Peshawar, Pakistan||The Iranian consulate in Peshawar was attacked when a suicide bomber parked his vehicle and walked towards a checkpoint outside the building and detonated his explosives killing two security guards and injuring twelve people. The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the bombing.||Tehreek-e-Taliban (Pakistan Taliban)|
|25||Car Bombing||15||36||Baghdad, Iraq||Police officials in Baghdad reported that an explosive laden vehicle detonated in a commercial market in the Karrada neighborhood of Baghdad killing fifteen people and injuring thirty-six others.|
|25||Suicide Bombing||7||42||Tirin Kot, Afghanistan||A suicide bomber detonated his explosives in a crowded restaurant in Tirin Kot in Uruzgan province, according to police officials, killing seven people and injuring forty-two. Hospital staff reported that several of the injured were in critical condition and they expected the death toll to rise.|
|25||Bombing & Gun Attack||59||Unknown||Buni Yadi, Nigeria||Islamic militants suspected of being members of Boko Haram broke into the Federal Government College while students were sleeping, threw explosives into dorm rooms and sprayed the rooms with gunfire.||Boko Haram|
|27||Suicide Bombing||11||Unknown||Mogadishu, Somalia||Eleven people were killed in a suicide bombing at a tea shop in a quiet district of Somalia's capital, Mogadishu. It is suspected that the tea shop was targeted as it was a favorite location for government agents who worked for the Somali government intelligence agency however, it is unknown if any government employees were killed or injured in the blast.||Al Shabab|
|27||Three Bombs||31||70||Baghdad, Iraq||A bomb planted in a motorcycle display in an outdoor market exploded in Sadr City in Baghdad killing twenty-two people and injuring an additional forty-five. Two more bombs exploded on mini-buses in Shite areas of Baghdad killing an additional nine people and injuring twenty-five.|
|1||Assault on Train Station (Using Knives)||28||113||Kunming, China||A terrorist squad, of suspected Uyghur separatists attacked the largest metro train station in Kunming, south-western China with knives, stabbing and assaulting innocent civilians waiting for trains or disembarking from arriving trains. Chinese police officers arrived and shot dead five attackers, and arrested three other suspected attackers the next day. In total, 28 people were killed in the worst separatist terrorist attack in China and another hundred and thirteen people were wounded.|
|3||Gun Attack||11||30||Islamabad, Pakistan||Gunmen opened fire at a judicial court in a shopping mall in the Pakistani city of Islamabad killing eleven people and injuring thirty, in a brazen attack by Pakistani militants in an area of Pakistan that they rarely strike.||Ahrar-ul-Hind|
|5||Series of Car Bombs||17||66||Baghdad, Iraq||A series of car bombs exploded, targeting Shite areas of Baghdad killing seventeen people and injuring sixty-six in at least six car-bomb attacks.|
|6||Series of Car Bombs||18||58||Baghdad, Iraq||A series of car bombs exploded for the second straight day in a row in Baghdad, targeting a number of Shite neighborhoods as well as a Sunni neighborhood in northern Baghdad killing eighteen people and injuring at least fifty-eight others.|
|9||Suicide Mini-Bus Bombing||45||157||Hilla, Iraq||A suicide mini-bus bomber detonated his bus filled with explosives at a northern checkpoint in the Shi'ite town of Hilla in southern Iraq trapping civilians in their vehicles, where they were killed or seriously injured as the explosion destroyed over fifty vehicles near the mini-bus. Although no one claimed responsibility for the attack, a provincial official claimed that this attack was the work of Al Qaeda. Forty-five people were killed and at least one hundred and fifty-seven people were wounded.||Al Qaeda|
|11||Two Sticky Bomb attacks||4||13||Baghdad, Iraq||A sticky-bomb attached to a mini-bus in the Shi'ite neighborhood of Sadr City exploded killing two people and injuring five on the bus. In an industrial section of Baghdad after nightfall, a second sticky bomb went off killing an additional two people and wounding eight.|
|13||Gun attack||1||3||Cairo, Egypt||Heavily armed gunmen opened fire on a military transport bus in Cairo, the capital of Egypt killing a Warrant Officer and injuring three soldiers, that the military-backed government blamed on the deposed Muslim Brotherhood. The brotherhood disavowed the crime, and Sinai militants are more likely involved in this attack.|
|14||Roadside bomb||6||0||Musa Qala, Helmand Province, Afghanistan||A civilian vehicle drove over a roadside bomb, planted to target Afghan government troops, destroying the vehicle and killing six civilians including two women and two children.||Taliban|
|14||Three Bomb||8||26||Baghdad, Iraq||Three bombs exploded across Baghdad, targeting two open markets and a commercial area killing eight and wounding at least twenty-six.|
|14||Bomb||10||37||Quetta, Pakistan||A bomb detonated near a passing civilian bus just after two vehicles filled with federal Pakistani troops drop by, destroying the bus and killing ten people and injuring thirty-seven others. Balochi militants, anti-Shi'ite extremists or Afghan Taliban operate in Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan province, and could be responsible.|
|14||Suicide Bombing||9||43||North Western, Pakistan||A suicide bomber blew himself up while targeting a police armored personnel carrier twenty kilometers south of Peshawar, severely damaging the police vehicle. No police officers were killed but nine people died in the attack and forty-three were wounded, including many officers.||Pakistan Taliban Tehreek-e-Taliban|
|15||Gun/Vehicle Attack||212||Unknown||Maiduguri, Nigeria||Over 200 armed suicide attackers died trying to free fellow Jihadists from a Nigerian Prison. The Boko Haram fighters dressed in military uniforms stormed the area in vehicles painted in military colours. At least five of the casualties were military personnel and a civilian. At least two hundred and twelve people were killed in the assault.||Boko Haram|
|16||Suicide Car Bombing||2||14||Nabi Othman, Lebanon||The Nusra Front claimed responsibility for a suicide car bombing in the Lebanese border town of Nabi Othman which killed two people and injured fourteen, after the fall of the last rebel held community in Syria near the Lebanese border.||Nusra Front|
|17||Three Car Bombs||8||13||Benghazi, Libya||One car bomb detonated at the gates of the military academy in Bengazhi, eastern Libya followed by two more bombings in the compound targeting graduating military recruits killing eight and wounding thirteen.|
|18||Suicide Motorcycle Bombing||17||25||Maymana, Afghanistan||A suicide bomber on a three wheel motorcycle detonated his explosives in a busy marketplace in the northern city of Maymana, Afghanistan killing at least seventeen people and injuring twenty-five.|
|18||Roadside Bomb||0||4||Golan Heights, Israel||In the Golan Heights, near the de facto border with Syria, an Israeli army patrol observed suspicious movement by a fence line and investigated when a roadside bomb detonated near Israeli troops who had gotten out of their armoured vehicle injuring four soldiers, one seriously. Israel responded by targeting Syrian government positions across the border by artillery.|
|20||Gun Attack||9(+4 attackers)||2||Kabul, Afghanistan||Gunmen stormed the Kabul Serena Hotel, which is frequented by foreign nationals, killing 9 people. In the ensuing gun battle with security forces 4 attackers were killed. Among the dead was an Agence France-Presse reporter, his family, and two Canadian citizens.||Taliban|
|20||Suicide Bombing/Gunbattle||11||22||Jalalabad, Afghanistan||Two bombs detonated via suicide bombers at a police station and a town square, afterward NATO helicopter gunships cleared out the remaining militants, killing 6 terrorists. Among the dead is a district police chief.||Taliban|
|20||Suicide Bombing||12||38||Baghdad, Iraq||A terrorist set off a belt laden with explosives in a cafe while patrons were watching a soccer game, killing 13 people and wounding 38.|
|21||Suicide Bombings/Gunbattle||28||dozens||Baghdad, Iraq||Violence across north and west Baghdad kill 28 people and injure dozens. A suicide bomber rammed an explosive laden truck into a police station in the village of Injan. After the bombing a gun-battle ensued between militants and police, with 9 police officers being killed. Hours later a suicide bomber detonated a bomb during a funeral procession for a leader of an anti-al-Qaeda militia, killing 9 people and injuring 25. In a separate incident gunmen attack an Army checkpoint, killing 4 soldiers and kidnapping 9. Two other car bombs detonated and a roadside bomb struck a military convoy.|
|22||Roadside/Car Bombing||7||18||Tikrit, Iraq||A roadside bomb detonated on a commercial street, during the investigation of the 1st bombing a car bomb explodes killing another police officer.|
|23||Gun Attack||4||n/a||Mombasa, Kenya||Two gunmen stormed a Christian church during a Sunday service, killing 3 people and wounding others.|
|24||Gun Attack||20||n/a||Hadhramaut Governorate, Yemen||Terrorists stormed a military checkpoint, killing 20 soldiers.||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula|
|25||Gun Attack/Gun Battle||5(+5 attackers)||8||Kabul, Afghanistan||Terrorists stormed an election office killing 2 workers, 2 police officers, and a provincial election candidate and injuring 8 more. After the attack 5 militants were killed in a gun battle with security forces.||Taliban|
|27||Landmine||15||n/a||Gadchiroli district, India||A landmine explosion killed at least fifteen policemen. Officials blame Maoist rebels.||Naxalite–Maoist insurgency (suspected)|
|2||Bombing||1||5||Cairo, Egypt||Two bombs detonated next to a police station near Cairo University killing a police chief and injuring 5 others.|
|2||Suicide Bombing||6||n/a||Kabul, Afghanistan||A suicide bomber dressed as a military soldier detonated his vest at an Interior Ministry compound in Kabul, killing 6 police officers.||Taliban|
|2||Suicide Bombing||11||n/a||Aden, Yemen||A Yemen suicide bomber with a bomb-laden car attempted to break through the main gate at a Yemeni army base in Aden, killing six soldiers and two civilians.|
|3||Bombing||0||0||Islamabad, Pakistan||A bomb detonated prematurely in the Islamabad suburbs on a sidewalk that was on a route for a convoy carrying former President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf. After the explosion the convoy was rerouted.|
|4||Shooting||1||2||Khost, Afghanistan||An Associated Press photographer is shot and killed by a terrorist disguised as an Afghan National Police officer. Two cameramen are also injured.|
|8||Train Bombing||13||35||Sibi, Pakistan||A bomb detonated on a rail car while passengers were boarding to take a trip to Rawalpindi.|
|9||Bombing||22||100||Islamabad, Pakistan||A bomb detonated in a busy market killing 22 people and injuring around 100.|
|13||Suicide Truck Bombing||8||10||Kirkuk Governorate, Iraq||A suicide truck bomber detonated his explosives next to a police station, killing 8 and injuring another 10.|
|14||Bombing||71||124||Abuja, Nigeria||Two bombs detonated at a bus station in Abuja, Nigeria killing 71 people and injuring another 124.||Boko Haram (Suspected)|
|14||Kidnapping||Unknown||Unknown||Chibok, Nigeria||Approximately 276 female students were kidnapped from a school in Chibok, Nigeria.||Boko Haram|
|15||Bombing||0||3||Cairo, Egypt||A bomb detonated at a traffic police post, injuring 2 police officers and 1 civilian.|
|16||Ambush||9||6||Benishangul-Gumuz Region, Ethiopia||A group of insurgents ambushed a bus carrying dozens of people, killing 9 and injuring 6.|
|18||Attack||58||100||Bor, South Sudan||During the South Sudanese Civil War, armed men stormed a United Nations Mission in South Sudan shelter, killing at least 20 people and injuring at least 70.||Pro-government (Kiir) civilian militia|
|24||Car bomb||8||n/a||Dumka, Jharkhand, India||Suspected Maoist militants detonate a car bomb outside a polling station in Dumka, Jharkhand, killing two policemen and six polling officials.||Maoist militants|
|1||Bombing||>19||>60||Abuja, Nigeria||A car bomb exploded in New Nyanya, a suburb of Abuja, Nigeria. The explosion killed at least 19 people and injured at least 60.|
|2||Car bomb||18||>50||Jidreen, Hama Governorate, Syria||Car bombs were detonated in the town of Jidreen, located west of Hama, killing 18, including 11 children, and wounding over 50. No group or organization took immediate responsibility for the attack, although government officials blame "terrorists".|
|1-3||Attack||32 (+3 suspects)||n/a||Baksa and Kokrajhar, Assam, India||Around 07:30 PM IST on 1 May, insurgents raided the Narsingbari village of Baksa district opening fire on a house, killing three women and injuring two others. The attackers had arrived on a bicycle. On early hours of 2 May, another group of insurgents opened fire at three houses in Balapara village of Kokrajhar district, killing seven people. On the evening of the same day, another group killed 12 people and burnt down 30 thatched houses near Baksa's Manas National Park.
On 3 May, four suspected insurgents attacked police in the forest near Tejpur. Police fired in retaliation which killed two while two other escaped. Police also killed one more suspect in Udalguri district from whom they recovered a revolver and a hand grenade.
|National Democratic Front of Bodoland|
|5||Bombing||1||1||Sanaa, Yemen||A French security worker for the European Union Mission was killed.|
|18||Bombing||4||Kano, Nigeria||Suicide car bomb kills five people.|
|20||Bombings||118||56||Jos, Nigeria||Twin bombings, one at a market, the second 30 minutes later nearby a hospital.|
|23||Attack/Bombing||31||>90||Ürümqi, China||Attackers crash two vehicles into a shoppers market in Ürümqi, China. Assailants also threw explosives, killing at least 31 and wounding over 90.|
|24||Raid||27||n/a||Seiyun, Yemen||27 people are killed in an overnight raid on Yemeni government buildings.||al-Qaeda|
|24||Attack and Firefight||4(+7 terrorists)||2||Mogadishu, Somalia||10 people were killed and 2 members of parliament injured after al-Shabab attacked the Somalian Parliament building.||al-Shabaab|
|24||Pillage||28||n/a||Borno State, Nigeria||Boko Haram pillaged 3 villages in Borno State killing 28 people and causing significant damage to the towns.||Boko Haram|
|24||Shooting||4||0||Brussels, Belgium||A man opens fire in the Jewish Museum in Brussels, leaving four people dead. On May 30, Mehdi Nemmouche, who in 2013 was fighting for Islamist rebels in the Syrian Civil War was arrested at a bus station in Marseilles and admitted to committing the shooting. This was the first incident of a European jihadist committing an act of terrorism after returning from Syria.||Lone Wolf|
|25||Bomb attacks||3||55||Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat, Thailand||A spate of bombings is unleashed in Southern Thailand killing three and wounding over 55. Assailants targeted “three 7-Eleven outlets, the office of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), an electricity facility and a petrol station in Muang district.” Rebel Islamic insurgents are suspected to be behind the attacks.|
|25||Suicide Bombing||3||15||Djibouti||Two suicide bombers detonated their explosives at a busy restaurant frequented by international soldiers, killing 3 people and injuring another 15.|
|25||Car Bombings||9||20||Homs, Syria||A car bomb in the Zahra district of Homs detonated, killing 8 people and injuring 20. Another car bomb detonated under a bridge near an oil refinery killing 1 person. A separate bomb detonated causing an unknown amount of injuries and deaths.|
|25||Raid||5||0||Sana'a, Yemen||The Yemeni Military conducted a raid north of Sana'a where it killed 5 al-Qaeda militants and arrested 4 others.||Military of Yemen|
|29||Bomb/Attack||2||19||Imphal, Manipur, India||Suspected militants detonated a bomb supposedly with a remote control device at a market in Imphal, Manipur, killing two and wounding nineteen.|
|30||Attack||0||7||Slemen district, Yogyakarta, Indonesia||A home owner and six women were attacked while holding a Catholic prayer service in the Slemen district of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The victim, Julius Felicianus, said that there were two separate attacks on his home. The assailants attacked the victims with iron bars and household items.|
|30||Attack/Ambush||30||n/a||Bangui, Central African Republic||Suspected Séléka militants attack Notre-Dame de Fatima, a Catholic church, with grenades and gunfire killing at least 30, including a priest.||Séléka|
|2||Suicide bombing||3||2||Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan||A suicide bomber blew himself up in Nangarhar Province, killing three Turkish construction workers and wounding two, including a child.||Taliban|
|2||Suicide Bombing||3||3||Greshk, Helmand Province, Afghanistan||Taliban suicide bombers and a gunman attacked the compound of a district governor in the town of Greshk in Helmand Province, killing three police officers and wounding three others.||Taliban|
|3||Suicide bombing||8||14||Ramadi, Iraq||A suicide bomber detonated his explosives next to a group of anti-militant Sunni's, killing 8 and injuring 14.|
|4||Suicide car bombing||4||3||Benghazi, Libya||A suicide car bomber detonated his vehicle at the home of Libyan senior military officer Khalifa Haftar, killing 4 of his guards and injuring another 3, but leaving General Haftar unharmed.|
|4||Suicide bombing||5||n/a||Islamabad, Pakistan||A suicide bomber detonated his explosives near a military vehicle, killing 2 soldiers and 3 civilians.||Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (suspected)|
|5||Attack||14||n/a||Shabwah Governorate, Yemen||A group of suspected al-Qaeda militants attack a military checkpoint, killing 8 soldiers and 6 civilians.||al-Qaeda (suspected)|
|5||Attack||3||n/a||Ramadi, Iraq||A group of men belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant raided the University of Anbar killing 3 guards then blowing up the bridge that lead to the university entrance, taking dozens of students hostage before releasing them and retreating.||Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant|
|6||Bombing/Political Assassination||2||0||Hamren, Assam, India||Suspected militants of the Karbi People's Liberation Tigers ambush and kill a superintendent police chief who was investigating reports of the presence of militants in the region. The police chief's Protective Service Officer, who tried to defend him, was also killed in the attack.||Karbi People's Liberation Tigers|
|8||Suicide/car bombings||13||60||Jalula, Iraq||A suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest at the gate of a Patriotic Union of Kurdistan office in Jalula, Iraq, afterwards a car bomber detonated his vehicle as people were gathering to investigate the first bombing. Overall 13 people died and 60 were injured as a result of the bombings.|
|8||Attack||14(+10 terrorists)||14||Karachi, Pakistan||Gunmen storm Jinnah International Airport, killing 24 people and injuring 14 more.||Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan|
|8||Shooting||3(+2 terrorists)||0||Las Vegas, United States||Two lone wolf white supremacists killed two police officers as they were eating lunch, they then went to a nearby Walmart and killed a shopper before both killing themselves.||Lone wolf white supremacists|
|9||Suicide/Truck bombings||15(+1 terrorist)||110||Tuz Khormato, Iraq||A suicide truck bomber detonated his vehicle at a checkpoint for a Patriotic Union of Kurdistan office, as people were gathering the investigate the first bombing a second truck detonated, this one remotely, killing more people. Overall 15 people were killed and 110 injured.|
|11||Kidnapping||20-40 (kidnapped)||0||Garkin Fulani, Nigeria||Militants allegedly kidnap 20 to 40 girls from the village of Garkin Fulani, located 8 kilometers west of the village of Chibok, where approximately 276 girls were kidnapped in April, 2014.||Boko Haram (suspects)|
|12||Suicide Bombing||4||10||Aguelhok, Kidal Region, Mali||Suicide attackers exploded a bomb-laden vehicle in Aguelhok, Mali killing four UN peacekeepers from Chad and injuring six other peacekeepers as well as four Malian soldiers.|
|14||Bombing||0||2||Imphal, Manipur, India||Suspected militants detonate an improvised explosive device in Imphal, wounding two.|
|14||Car bombing||8||n/a||Mayadin, Syria||A car bomb detonated at a busy market in Mayadin, Syria killing 8 people.|
|14||Bombing||1||7||Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania||Assailant throws a hand-made explosive device into a mosque killing 1 and wounding 7|
|14||Suicide car bombing||5||10||Al Mahfad District, Yemen||A car bomb detonated at 2:30am kills five soldiers near an army outpost in the Abyan Governorate killing 5 soldiers and wounding 10 others.||Al-Qaeda (suspected)|
|15||Suicide bombing||9||20||Baghdad, Iraq||A suicide bomber detonates an explosive vest near Tahrir Square, killing at least nine people and wounding over twenty|
|15||Attack||48-59||n/a||Mpeketoni, Kenya||Gunmen enter Mpeketoni as passengers and take people hostage before shooting and killing 48 people between 8:00pm and 12:00am||Al-Shabaab (suspected)|
|17||Car bombing||10||25||Sadr City, Baghdad, Iraq||A car bomb is detonated in Sadr City killing 10 and wounding 25.|
|17||Attack||15||n/a||Poromoko, Kenya||Al-Shabaab militants allegedly undertake a second night of attacks people around Mpeketoni, in the Poromoko region, citing revenge for Kenya's dispatch of soldiers into Somalia in 2011 as a motive||Al-Shabaab (suspected) President Uhuru Kenyatta blamed the violence on local Somali gangs|
|18||Suicide car bombing||21||27||Damaturu, Nigeria||A suicide bomber in a tricycle taxi detonated a bomb at a venue where people were watching a World Cup soccer match, killing 21 and wounding 27.|
|18||Car bombing||2||0||Mogadishu, Somalia||A bomb planted in the car of a doctor was detonated outside a Mogadishu hospital killing a doctor and a nurse|
|19||Shootout||7 (+10 terrorists)||13||Jolo, Philippines||Abu Sayyaf group killed a soldier with gunfire and six other soldiers by firing mortar shells. The military fought back killing 10 Abu Sayyaf militants.||Abu Sayyaf, AFP|
|19||Suicide Bombing||2||5||Peshawar, Pakistan||A suicide bomber blows himself up at the residence of Farmanullah, an anti-Taliban peace militia leader, in the Adezai neighborhood of Matani in Peshawar, Pakistan killing 2 and wounding at least 5. The suicide bomber's intended target, Farmanullah was uninjured.|
|20||Suicide Bombing||1||32||Dahr al-Baidar, Lebanon||Lebanese Internal Security Forces stopped a suspicious looking vehicle at a checkpoint in Dahr al-Baidar and asked the driver to step out. When ISF discovered bombs in the vehicle, the suspect detonated an explosive device at the checkpoint, killing himself and one police officer and wounding at least 32. Authorities believe that the bomb-laden vehicle was headed for Beirut.||Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (suspected)|
|20||Truck Bomb||34||>50||Horrah, Hama Governorate, Syria||A truck bomb was detonated in the government-held village of Horrah, located just outside Hama, killing 34 and wounding more than 50. The attack also caused the destruction of many surrounding buildings. The Islamic Front, an umbrella group consisting of several rebel groups in Syria, claimed responsibility for the attack.||Islamic Front (Syria)|
|21||Skirmish between rebels and government||13||3||Yechen County, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China||According to Chinese authorities, assailants drove an explosive-laden car into a police station and detonated it, lightly wounding three police officers. In retaliation, Chinese police shot dead 13 suspects.|
|21||Attack||0||0||Jalalabad, Afghanistan||Taliban fighters fired eight rockets at a Jalalabad NATO air base. No casualties or property damage were reported.||Taliban|
|21||Bombing||4||n/a||Nangarhar, Afghanistan||Taliban fighters detonated a bomb near a police checkpoint in the Nangarhar Province near Jalalabad, killing three civilians and a police officer.|
|21-22||Attack||dozens||n/a||Koronginim and Kwarangilam, Borno State, Nigeria||Gunmen attacked the villages of Koronginim and Kwarangilam, killing dozens. These villages are located in the Borno State near Chibok, where Boko Haram militants kidnapped over 200 schoolgirls in April, 2014.|
|22||Standoff/shootout||5||1||Goseong, South Korea||A renegade soldier threw a grenade at and then opened fire on his colleagues, killing five and wounding at least one. He subsequently fled towards North Korea. The motive behind the shooting is unclear.||Lone Wolf (likely)|
|23||Bombing||8||12||Kano, Nigeria||Suspected Boko Haram assailants detonated a bomb at a public health college in Kano, Nigeria, killing 8 and wounding at least a dozen people.|
|23||Suicide Bombing||1||12||Beirut, Lebanon||A suicide bomber detonated a car bomb near an army checkpoint in Beirut wounding at least 12 people at a cafe where people were watching a World Cup soccer match. The bombing occurred in an area of Beirut that is mostly inhabited by Shia Muslims.||ISIS/ISIL (suspected)|
|23||Attack||18||n/a||Ardo-Djobi, Central African Republic||An Anti-balaka militia attacked a Muslim village of Fulani tribesmen, killing at least 18.||Anti-balaka|
|24||Attack||5||Witu, Lamu county, Kenya||Suspected Al-Shabaab Militants attacked the village of Witu, killing five.|
|25||Bombing||>21||>17||Abuja, Nigeria||A bomb exploded in the shopping district of Abuja, killing at least 21 and wounding at least 17.|
|25||Suicide Bombing||13||25||Mahmoudiyah, Iraq||A suicide bomber detonated an explosive device in Mahmoudiyah killing 13 and wounding at least 25.|
|25||Suicide Bombing||0||4||Beirut, Lebanon||A suicide bomber detonated explosives in his room at a hotel in the Raouché district of Beirut after being cornered by security officers conducting a raid. The blast wounded four officers.||Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant|
|25||Suicide Bombing||>3||dozens||Kirkuk, Iraq||A suicide bomber detonated an explosive device in an arms market in the predominantly Kurdish-inhabited Rahimawa district of Kirkuk, killing at least three, including one child, and wounding dozens. This is the first suicide bombing to occur in a city taken under the control of Peshmerga forces during the 2014 Northern Iraq offensive.||Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant|
|26||Suicide Bombing/Shootout/Raid||13||n/a||Seiyun, Yemen||Assailants conducted a series of attacks in the Seiyun, Yemen. In one attack a suicide bomber drove an explosive-laden vehicle into the entrance of an army base killing 4 soldiers. In another attack, non-state militants attempted to raid Seiyun's airport killing two soldiers. Government killed four militants in order to regain control of the airport. In another attack, a civilian woman was killed by an agricultural plant.||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula|
|4||Excavator attack||1 (+1 terrorist)||6||Jerusalem, Israel||A Palestinian attacker rammed the front end of a massive construction excavator into an Israeli bus, overturning the vehicle and killing a pedestrian before he was shot and killed by a police officer.|
- *Non-state attacks in Afghanistan are most likely perpetrated by the Taliban; state-attacks are the responsibility of NATO's ISAF or the Afghan National Army.
*Non-state attacks in Algeria, Mali, Niger and Mauritania are most likely to be perpetrated by Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (who theoretically target Morocco and Tunisia as part of the Maghreb, though those are more rare).
*Non-state attacks in Colombia are most likely to be perpetrated by FARC, and to a lesser degree by ELN (although the two agreed to work together in 2010).
*Non-state attacks in Europe are most likely to be perpetrated by lone wolves, unless otherwise stated
*Non-state attacks in Ethiopia are most likely to be perpetrated by the Ogaden National Liberation Front, and to a lesser degree by the Oromo Liberation Front and the Tigrayan People's Liberation Front.
*Non-state attacks in France are most likely to be perpetrated by the FLNC, unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in India are most likely to be perpetrated by the Communist Party of India (Maoist), Indian Mujahideen or Kashmiri insurgents, as claimed, dependent largely on the location of the attack, there are also numerous other insurgencies that operate to a lesser degree, as otherwise stated; while state-attacks are primarily the responsibility of the Border Security Force, Central Industrial Security Force or the Indian Army.
*Non-state attacks in Indonesia are most likely to be perpetrated by Jemaah Islamiya, unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in Iraq are most likely to be perpetrated by Al Qaeda in Iraq or its umbrella group Islamic State of Iraq, unless otherwise stated; state-attacks are the responsibility of the Iraqi army or the Turkish Air Force.
*Non-state attacks in Iran are most likely to be perpetrated by either Jundullah or PJAK, dependent on the location of the attack, with somewhat lesser recurrent attacks by the Iraq-based MKO.
*Non-state attacks in Libya are the responsibility of the multitude of pseudo-state militia factions formed during the Libyan civil war and functioning in its aftermath as well.
*Non-state attacks in Mali are most likely perpetrated by Ansar Dine, MOJWA, the MNLA or another Islamist faction; while state-attacks are the responsibility of the Armed Forces of Mali.
*Non-state attacks in Mexico are most likely to be perpetrated by drug gangs; while state attacks are the responsibility of the Mexican police as part of the Drug War.
*Non-state attacks in Myanmar are most likely to be perpetrated by the Karen National Liberation Army, unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in Northern Ireland are most likely to be perpetrated by either active dissident republican organisations such as the RIRA, CIRA or similar groups such as RAAD; or Loyalist factions.
*Non-state attacks in Nigeria are most likely to be perpetrated by either MEND, Pirates, Ansaru or Boko Haram, mostly dependent on the location of the attack (though Lagos and Abuja are more open targets), unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in Pakistan are most likely to be perpetrated by the Pakistani Taliban or a faction thereof, though Lashkar-e-Jhangvi and the Balochistan Liberation Army are also active; while state attacks are either the responsibility of the United States' Central Intelligence Agency's drone bombings or the Pakistan Army.
*Attacks as part of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are most likely to be perpetrated by the Al-Qassam Brigades, Palestinian Islamic Jihad or the more secular Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and its various factions (particularly Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command) in support of the Palestinian cause, unless otherwise stated; while by the Israel Defense Forces or Jewish settlers in support of some variation of Israel.
*Non-state attacks in Peru are most likely to be perpetrated by the Shining Path, unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in the Philippines are most likely to be perpetrated by either Abu Sayyaf, the Moro National Liberation Front or the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (currently undergoing talks with the national government) for mostly Islamist attacks; while Communist-inspired attacks are the responsibility primarily of the New People's Army or a breakaway faction of the now defunct Alex Boncayao Brigades.
*Non-state attacks in Russia are most likely perpetrated by a faction of the Caucasian Mujahadeen, unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in Somalia are most likely to be perpetrated by Al Shabaab, and to a lesser extent Hizbul Islam, as claimed, and unless otherwise stated; while state attacks are the responsibility of either the United States' Central Intelligence Agencies drone bombings or the government of Somalia's troops, and occasionally even the Kenyan Army.
*Non-state attacks in South Sudan are most likely to be perpetrated as a result of inter-tribal rivalry or of armed groups[which?] supported by Sudan, unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in Spain are most likely to be perpetrated by ETA (although they have currently issued an indefinite ceasefire).
*Non-state attacks in Sudan are most likely to be perpetrated by the South Sudan-supported Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North, Darfur's JEM or Sudan Liberation Army, dependent on the location of the attack.
*Non-state attacks in Syria are most likely to be perpetrated by the secular Free Syrian Army or Islamist groups such as the Al-Nusra Front, Ahrar ash-Sham, Ghuraba al-Sham or Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant; while state attacks are perpetrated by the Syrian Arab Army, or are of disputed responsibility, as claimed.
*Non-state attacks in Turkey are most likely to be perpetrated by the PKK or another Kurdish nationalist faction such as the newer Kurdistan Freedom Falcons; though the Marxist Revolutionary People's Liberation Party–Front is also active; while state-attacks are the responsibility of the Turkish Armed Forces.
*Non-state attacks in Thailand are most likely to be perpetrated by the Pattani United Liberation Organization, unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in the United States are most likely to be perpetrated by lone wolves, unless otherwise stated.
*Non-state attacks in Yemen are most likely to be perpetrated by Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, supporters of an independent South Yemen seeking secession or the Houthis as part of the Shia insurgency in Yemen, as duly claimed; while state attacks are the responsibility of either the United States' Central Intelligence Agency's drone bombings or the Yemeni army.
*All other incidents are expressly as per claimants or pending claims.
Non-state attacks in China are most likely to be perpetrated by the Uyghur separatists, unless otherwise stated
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