List of terrorist incidents, January–June 2011

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This is a timeline of individual violent attacks which took place from January - June 2011, including attacks by state and non-state actors for political, criminal or other unknown motives. Ongoing military conflicts are listed separately.

For attacks in the second half of the year see List of terrorist incidents, July - December 2011

January[edit]

Dates Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator[Note 1] State Non-state
1 Suicide bombing 21 97 Egypt Alexandria, Egypt A car bomb exploded outside a Coptic Orthodox church after worshippers had gathered for a prayer celebration on New Year's Eve.(later blame was assigned to the Egyptian Interior Ministry to form a rift between Coptic Christians and Muslims)[1] Al Qaeda in Iraq
4 Assassination 1 0 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan Salman Taseer, a high-ranking member of the Pakistani Prime Minister's party and governor of the Punjab province was shot and killed by his bodyguard as he stepped out of his car in Islamabad. It is believed he was assassinated for his opposition to Pakistan's blasphamy law.[2][3] Lone wolf[4][attribution needed] Symbol confirmed.svg
4 Bombing 4 26 Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria A bomb went off by a market near military barracks in the capital of the country.[5] Symbol confirmed.svg
7, 8 Kidnapping 9 Niger Niger Two Frenchmen were kidnapped in Niamey. When the Niger army caught up with the kidnappers next day 4 suspected kidnappers and 3 Niger soldiers died in the shootout and the 2 Frenchmen were found dead. Al Qaida in Niger claimed responsibility. 5 other foreigners, kidnapped earlier, remain in the hands of kidnappers in Niger.[6] Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb/Government of Niger/Government of France Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
7 Suicide bombing 17 23 Afghanistan Spin Boldak, Afghanistan A suicide bomber detonated his explosives at a crowded public bath house, killing his intended target, a police commander who was inside the building, in the Afghan town of Spin Boldak, which is located within the southern Kandahar Province, of southern Afghanistan.[7] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
7 8 Attempted Assassination 6 14 United States Tucson, Arizona, United States Jared Lee Loughner attempted to assassinate Democratic United States Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords at a constituent event in Tucson, Arizona. Giffords received a critical gunshot wound to the head but survived the attempt. After shooting Giffords, Loughner went on to kill 6 bystanders and wound 13 more. He was taken into custody immediately at the scene. Lone wolf Symbol confirmed.svg
8 Ambush 16 14 Yemen Lawdar, Lahij Yemen Members of al-Qaida in Yemen killed 12 soldiers and wounded eight in an ambush in the town of Lawdar. The same day militants attacked a checkpoint in the city of Lahj killing four soldiers, six militants were also wounded.[8] Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Ambush 10 18 Sudan South Kordofan, Sudan Misseriya Arab tribesmen in several vehicles ambushed and attacked a convoy of civilian returnees coming from the north to the south of the country within South Kordofan, which is located between the border regions of northern and southern Sudan, during the Southern Sudan independence referendum, 2011.[9] Symbol confirmed.svg
11–12 Violence, fighting 1 4 Ivory Coast Abidjan, Ivory Coast Fighting broke out between police and Alassane Ouattara's supporters, some of whom were using automatic weapons and rocket-propelled grenades, after police attempted to conduct a raid in an opposition neighbourhood in Abidjan. 11 people were killed, among them: eight policemen, two RDR[clarification needed] members and a civilian security guard.[10][11] Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Shooting, riot 1 4 Egypt Samalut, Egypt An off duty policeman opened fire on a group of Coptic Christians in a train, killing one and injuring four. Teargas was later used to disperse hundreds of Copts protesting the shooting outside the hospital where the injured were being treated.[12] Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Bombing 2 7 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan Two roadside bombings struck a private school van, which was travelling upon a road on the suburbs of the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar.[13] Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Car bomb 17 20+ Pakistan Bannu, Pakistan A suicide car-bomber rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into a heavily fortified police station, which is located within the Bannu district, of north-western Pakistan.[14] Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Suicide bombing 4 30+ Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan A suicide motorcycle bomber rammed his explosive-laden motorcycle into a bus carrying members of the Afghan intelligence agency, the NDS in the Afghan capital city of Kabul.[15] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Bombing 4 9 Pakistan Bannu, Bara, Pakistan Two bomb attacks struck both a military police vehicle and a Pakistani security forces checkpoint in the north-western Pakistani districts of both Bannu and Bara, which are located in north-western Pakistan.[16] Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Shooting 6 3 Pakistan Hangu, Pakistan Suspected Taliban insurgents armed with various weapons attacked the home of a female police constable, killing her whilst also killing and injuring several of her own family members in the town of Tootkas, which is located within the Hangu district, of north-western Pakistan.[17] Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Car bomb 4 8+ Russia Khasavyurt, Dagestan, Russia A car bomb explosion ripped through a cafe, with the blast killing and injuring both cafe workers and customers within the city of Khasavyurt, which is located within the volatile, southern Russian republic of Dagestan.[18] Caucasus Emirate Symbol confirmed.svg
15 Shooting/Targeted killing 39 40+ Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan A series of targeted killings have swept across Karachi, with numerous people reportedly killed and injured, as a result of political, ethnic and sectarian violence across the past week in several different locations of Pakistan's biggest, southern city of Karachi, which is located in southern Pakistan.[19] Symbol confirmed.svg
16 Roadside bombings 15 0 Afghanistan Baghlan Province, Helmand Province, Afghanistan Twin roadside bombings struck two vehicle carrying civilians in Afghanistan's north-eastern Baghlan Province and in Afghanistan's southern Helmand Province, of north-eastern and southern Afghanistan.[20] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
17 Bombing 18 11 Pakistan Hangu, Kohat, Pakistan A planted-bomb detonated inside a passenger van, as the vehicle was travelling between the districts of both Hangu and neighbouring Kohat, which are located in north-western Pakistan.[21] Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Shooting/Execution 4 0 Pakistan Hangu, Pakistan Suspected Taliban insurgents shot dead alleged robbers who had supposedly confessed to their crimes, as their bodies were discovered along a road in the Hangu district, of north-western Pakistan.[22] Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Suicide bombing 66 100+ Iraq Tikrit, Iraq A suicide bomber detonated his explosive-laden vest in the middle of hundreds of potential volunteer army recruits who were waiting to be interviewed outside a police recruitment centre in the Iraqi town of Tikrit, which is located in northern Iraq.[23] Symbol confirmed.svg
19 Bombing 2 15 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan A bomb planted inside a parked horse cart was detonated near to a school within the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[24] Symbol confirmed.svg
19 Car bombing 15 60+ Iraq Baquba, Diyala, Iraq A suicide bomber rammed an explosive-laden ambulance into a police recruitment centre, which is located in the Iraqi city of Baquba, of central-eastern Iraq.[25] Symbol confirmed.svg
19 Shooting/Raid 4 6 Thailand Narathiwat, Rangae district, Thailand Muslim separatists were suspected to be behind an attack on an army camp after at least 40 armed men assaulted the Ror 15121 outpost in Ban Marue Botok at 20:00 during the camp’s evening meal.[26][27] Pattani United Liberation Organization (suspected)[not in citation given] Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Car bombing/Suicide bombing 50 150+ Iraq Karbala, Iraq Twin bomb attacks, one of which reportedly involved a car bomb, struck two police checkpoints at two routes being used by Shia pilgrims taking part in the Arbaeen festival in the central Iraqi city of Karbala, which is located in central Iraq.[28] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Piracy/Hijacking - 24 Oman/Somalia Indian Ocean Somali pirates hijacked a Mongolian-flagged MV Hoang Son Sun off the Omani coast. An EU Navfor statement read: "The 22,835-tonne bulk carrier, which is Mongolian flagged and Vietnamese-owned, has a crew of 24 Vietnamese nationals. No further details of the attack are known at this stage." Navfor said the ship had not been registered with the Maritime Security Centre for the Horn of Africa. Two rescue support ships were then in contact with a "flotilla of warships" that were patrolling the Indian Ocean waters in the area.[29] Somali pirates Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Bombs - - January Ukraine Makiyivka, Ukraine Two bombs went off at 6:00 at a local coal company and the city market. An unknown group threatened to carry out several more attacks in the town unless they received "a large amount of money," according to the deputy interior minister Vasyl Farynnyk. The blasts shattered several windows in one of the buildings, with police calling the incident an act of hooliganism.[30] Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Ambush 6 2 Pakistan Kohat, Pakistan The Taliban were suspected to have ambushed a convoy of oil workers and the paramilitary Frontier Corps, who were providing an escort to the team in the Kohat region.[31] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Raid/Piracy/Hijacking 3 (arrests) Oman/Somalia Indian Ocean Malaysian Naval Special Forces rescued, during Operation Dawn 9 of Gulf of Aden, the Malaysian-flagged and Japanese-owned MT Bunga Laurel that had faced an attempted hijacked by pirates. The vessel, a "product tanker," was en route to Singapore from the Middle East with crew members from the Philippines.[32] Royal Malaysian Navy/Somali pirates Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
15, 21 Raid/Piracy/Hijacking 8 21 (hostages), 5 (arrests) Oman/Somalia Indian Ocean South Korean Naval Special Forces rescued, during Operation Dawn of Gulf of Aden, the Maltese-flagged and Norwegian-owned Samho Jewelry that had been hijacked by pirates and held for 6 days. The vessel, a "product tanker," was en route to Sri Lanka from the United Arab Emirates with crew members from Myanmar, Korea and Indonesia.[33] Navy of South Korea/Somali pirates Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
22 IED 3 7 Pakistan Orakzai, Pakistan A patrol of paramilitary soldiers struck a roadside bomb, killing and injuring both paramilitary soldiers as well as civilians in Ibrahimzai, Orakzai.[34] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
23 IED 1 1 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan A police van struck a roadside bomb, killing and injuring policemen on the outskirts of Peshawar.[35] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Car bombings 12 34 Iraq Baghdad, Iraq A series of car bomb attacks struck key strategic targets including police patrols, a bus of Iranian pilgrims, a school and close to a market across various locations as well as districts within and outside the Iraqi capital.[36] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Ambush 3 4 Pakistan Hangu, Pakistan Suspected Taliban insurgents ambushed a vehicle carrying the former mayor of the town of Hangu, killing the mayor's relatives as well as injuring the mayor and passers-by in the Hangu district, of north-western Pakistan.[37] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Suicide bombing 37 180 Russia Near Domodedovo, Russia
For more details on this topic, see 2011 Domodedovo International Airport bombing.
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24 Car bombing 25 70 Iraq Karbala, Iraq Two car bombings targeting Shia pilgrims, struck a bus terminal and another detonated in an undisclosed location on the outskirts of the central Iraqi city of Karbala, which is located in central Iraq.[38] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
25 Suicide bombings 17 50+ Pakistan Lahore, Karachi, Pakistan Two suicide blasts targeted Shia processions in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore as well as the major southern port city of Karachi, in both eastern and southern Pakistan.[39] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
25 IED 9 2 Thailand Yala Province, Thailand A roadside bombing struck a group of Buddhists returning home from work in a Thai village that was located within the Yala Province, of southern Thailand.[40] Pattani United Liberation Organization (suspected)[not in citation given] Symbol confirmed.svg
25 Bombing 5 14 Philippines Manila, Philippines A bomb placed under a bus seat detonated on a passenger bus, which was carrying commuters on a busy city avenue, within the Philippine's capital city of Manila.[41] Jemaah Islamiyah (suspected)[not in citation given] Symbol confirmed.svg
26 Car bomb 4 6 Russia Khasavyurt, Russia A car bomb explosion ripped through a cafe, with the blast killing and injuring both cafe workers and customers within the Russian city of Khasavyurt.[42] Caucasus Emirate Symbol confirmed.svg
27 Killing 1 Uganda Kampala, Uganda Ugandan gay rights campaigner David Kato was murdered after Uganda's Rolling Stone magazine published an article calling for him to be hanged.[43]
27 Car Bomb 48 78 Iraq Baghdad, Iraq A car bomb exploded near a funeral tent in a predominantly Shia neighborhood in Baghdad.[44] Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Suicide bombing 14 20+ Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan A suicide attacker opened fire at customers in the Finest store supermarket before detonating his explosives within the centre of the Afghan capital city of Kabul.[45] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Suicide bombing 8 17 Pakistan Kohat, Pakistan A suicide bomber detonated his explosives near to the Kohat tunnel, killing passers-by and damaging the tunnel on the main road between the Kohat region and the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[46] Pakistan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
29 Ambush 2 6 Pakistan Khyber, Pakistan Suspected Taliban insurgents ambushed a Pakistani security forces convoy using small-arms fire, rockets and mortars in the Shalobar area, of the Khyber tribal region, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[47] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
31 Suicide bombing 6 14 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan Two bomb attacks, one which involved a suicide bomber and the other a roadside bombing, targeted Pakistani security forces in the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[48] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
31 Shooting 16 56 Somalia Mogadishu, Somalia Somali governmental troops and local police exchanged fire in a shoot-out, with many civilians getting caught in the crossfire, within the Somali capital city of Mogadishu.[49] Transitional Federal Government Symbol confirmed.svg

February[edit]

Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator[Note 1] State Non-state
February 2 Car bombing 10 20+ Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan A car bombing struck near to a police station in a commercial area located within a suburb of the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[50] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Riots 3 6 Indonesia Banten, Indonesia Ahmadi Muslims in Indonesia were struck with violence where a large mob of other Muslim sects armed with machetes, sticks and rocks attacked the home of a minority Ahmadiyya sect leader in Banten province, central Indonesia, killing at least three Ahmadis and wounding six others.[51] Sectarian rivalry Symbol confirmed.svg
7 Ambush 1 7 Pakistan Hangu, Pakistan Suspected Pakistani Taliban insurgents ambushed and opened fire upon a police vehicle in a remote village of Pakistan's north-western Hangu district, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[52] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
8 IED 2 3 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan A remote-controlled explosive device targeted a police vehicle, some 10 km north of the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[53] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
9 Car bombings 7 78 Iraq Kirkuk, Iraq Three car bombings simultaneously struck near to the Kurdish security headquarters for the northern Iraqi oil city of Kirkuk, which is located in northern Iraq.[54] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Suicide bombing 32 40+ Pakistan Mardan, Pakistan A young suicide bomber in a school uniform attacked soldiers during morning exercises at a Pakistani army training camp Thursday, killing 32 troops and wounding more than 40 others.[55] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Car bombing 9 39 Iraq Dujail, Iraq A car bombing struck an aid tent hosting a procession of Shia pilgrims, near to the northern Iraqi city of Dujail, which is located in northern Iraq.[56] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Violence 100+ 0 Sudan Prospective Southern Sudan Clashes between rebels and governmental forces, which were initiated after rebels attacked the army, have killed scores of people, including many civilians in Southern Sudan.[57] Sudan People's Armed Forces Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Suicide bombing 48 80 Iraq Samarra, Iraq A suicide bomber targeted a bus carrying Shia pilgrims on the outskirts of the major northern Iraqi city of Samarra, which is located in northern Iraq.[58] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Armed assault 19 49 Afghanistan Kandahar, Afghanistan Taliban insurgents armed with suicide bombs, guns and rocket-propelled grenades struck the police headquarters in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar, which is located in southern Afghanistan.[59] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Raid 7 5 Philippines Zamboanga, Philippines Army troops captured a jungle base belonging to Abu Sayyaf in the southern Philippines. 5 militants and 2 troops were killed during the raid, with an additional 5 soldiers wounded.[60] Abu Sayyaf Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Car bombing 0 18 Thailand Yala, Thailand A car bomb exploded next to a grocery shop in Yala, southern Thailand. 18 people were injured, including four soldiers.[61] Pattani United Liberation Organization Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Suicide bombing 2 2 Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan A suicide bomber detonated his explosives prematurely inside a shopping complex, after being challenged by Afghan security guards in the centre of the Afghan capital city of Kabul.[62] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Suicide bombings 3 25+ Russia Gubden, Dagestan, Russia Twin suicide bombings, one of which involved a female, detonated an explosive-belt and a car bomb at a security forces checkpoint within this particular town of the republic.[63] Caucasus Emirate Symbol confirmed.svg
15 Violence 100+ 0 Sudan Southern Sudan A series of violent clashes occurred, between government forces and fighters loyal to rebel leader, George Athor, after they were attacked thus initiating the violence, which has now risen to some 200 people, rather than the original 100 fatalities estimate, as a result of this internal violence.[64] Sudan People's Armed Forces Symbol confirmed.svg
17 Car bombing 13 33 Iraq Muqdadiya, Iraq A car bombing struck outside a popular car sales centre that was packed with people and vehicles in the north-eastern town of Muqdadiyah, which is located in north-eastern Iraq.[65] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Car bombing 11 40+ Afghanistan Khost, Afghanistan A suicide car-bomber detonated his explosives at a central and crowded area, of the north-eastern Khost city, which is located on the Afghan-Pakistan border, of north-eastern Pakistan.[66] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
19 Armed assault 42 73 Afghanistan Jalalabad, Afghanistan Taliban suicide bombers armed with automatic weapons and grenades attacked a Kabul Bank building while targeting police and intelligence officers who had gone to collect their salaries in the north-eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, which is located in north-eastern Afghanistan.[67] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
19 Armed assault 4 1 Russia Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia 4 Russian tourists from Moscow were ambushed and killed on a Ski lift that was heading up to Elbrus Mountain.[68] Caucasus Emirate Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Military attack 15 Pakistan Pakistan A military operation killed up to 15 militants after dozens of insurgents attacked a security checkpoint in a northwestern tribal region on the Afghan border on Sunday.[69] Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Car bombing 17 20+ Somalia Mogadishu, Somalia A suicide car-bomber attacked a police training camp, which is located next to a police academy within Somalia's capital city of Mogadishu.[70] Al-Shabab Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Suicide bombing 30 40+ Afghanistan Kunduz Province, Afghanistan A suicide bomber detonated his explosives in a crowd of people lined up to collect identity cards outside a government building in the Imam Saheb district, of the northern Kunduz Province, which is located in northern Afghanistan.[71] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Car bombing 13 25 Iraq Samarra, Iraq A suicide car-bomber rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into a police elite tactical squad compound in the central Iraqi city of Samarra, which is located in central Iraq.[72] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Armed assault 3 6 Senegal Carongue, Senegal Rebels killed three soldiers and wounded six others in Senegal's troubled Casamance region. Two of the injured are reported to be in serious condition. The government has been battling a low-level insurgency since the 1980s.[73] Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance Symbol confirmed.svg
22 Ambush 4 7 Pakistan Hangu, Pakistan Suspected Pakistani Taliban insurgents fired rockets towards a military checkpoint, which inadvertently struck two house in a remote village, killing both women and children within Pakistan's north-western Hangu district, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[74] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Ambush 10 2 Ivory Coast Abidjan, Ivory Coast Unidentified rebels ambushed four army vehicles, killing all of the occupants, in the major city of Abdigan, which acts as the economical capital of the Ivory Coast.[75] Forces Nouvelles de Côte d'Ivoire Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Car bombing 1 26 Afghanistan Spin Boldak, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan A suicide car-bomber detonated his explosive-laden vehicle, after being pursued by Afghan security forces in the centre of the southern Afghan town of Spin Boldak, which is located in the Kandahar Province, of southern Afghanistan.[76] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Suicide bombing 11 18 Iraq Ramadi, Iraq A suicide bomber targeted a religious ceremony, injuring a possible intended target in the form of the deputy governor of the province, in the central-western Iraqi city of Ramadi, which is located in central-western Iraq.[77] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Airstrike 6 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan At least six people were killed Thursday evening when two U.S. drones fired missiles into the northwestern Pakistani tribal area of North Waziristan.[78] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
25 Armed assault 4 2 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan Attackers blew up several tanker trucks in northwest Pakistan Friday and killed two security workers and two drivers.[79] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
26 Armed assault 4 6 Iraq Baiji, Iraq Suspected Iraqi insurgents attacked the Baiji oil refinery that acts as Iraq's biggest oil extractor, which is based in the northern sectors of the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad, which is located in northern Iraq.[80] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
26 Suicide bombing/Roadside bombing 13 19 Afghanistan Faryab Province, Khost Province, Afghanistan Twin bombings, one of which involved a suicide bomber and the other a roadside bombing, targeted civilians playing traditional sports and a civilian vehicle in both the north-western Faryab Province and the central-eastern Khost Province, of north-western and central-eastern Afghanistan.[81] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
26 Suicide bombing 1 0 Russia Moscow, Russia An unidentified individual blew himself up with a grenade outside a supermarket, killing only himself, in an unknown motivational attack, within the north-eastern sectors of Russia's capital city of Moscow.[82] Symbol confirmed.svg
27 Bombings 14 20+ Afghanistan Kandahar City, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan Two bomb attacks struck a dog fighting match on the outskirts of Kandahar City, which is located within the southern Kandahar Province, of southern Afghanistan.[83] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Shooting, raid 6 Nigeria Borno State, Nigeria Police said they shot and killed Salifu Damaturu and other supporters, who they believed to have funded Boko Haram.[84] Nigerian police Symbol confirmed.svg

March[edit]

Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator[Note 1] State Non-state
1 Armed assault 1 35+ Pakistan Mardan, Pakistan Suspected Pakistani Taliban insurgents on motorbikes lobbed grenades and opened fire at a college party based in a state-run girls school in the north-western town of Mardan.[85] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
2 Ambush 1 0 Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan Shahbaz Bhatti, the country's Minorities Minister and the only Christian Cabinet Minister, was ambushed and shot dead by suspected Pakistani Taliban insurgents who ambushed his vehicle in broad daylight in Pakistan's capital city of Islamabad. It was the second assassinated of a minister over the blasphemy law.[86] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
2 Shooting 2 2 Germany Frankfurt, Germany A Kosovon was arrested for shooting two US Air Force personnel at Frankfurt's airport. Manfred Fuellhardt, the Frankfurt police spokesman, said one of the dead was a bus driver and the other was a passenger and that one of the wounded personnel was in serious conditions. Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned the "terrible incident" and pledged to carry out a full investigation.[87] Lone wolf Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Car bombing 9 30+ Pakistan Hangu, Pakistan A suicide car-bomber detonated his explosive-laden vehicle struck a police patrol van in Pakistan's north-western Hangu district, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[88] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Suicide bombing 10 26 Iraq Haditha, Iraq A suicide bomber detonated his explosives in a crowd of people lined up to collect salaries outside a bank in the north-eastern Iraqi town of Haditha, which is located in north-eastern Iraq.[89] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Ambush 6 3 Pakistan Khyber, Pakistan Suspected Pakistani Taliban insurgents ambushed a police patrol vehicle on a routine patrol within the Gudar area, of Pakistan's north-western Khyber Agency, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[90] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Bombing 13[91] 11 Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria A bomb attack struck a political rally that was based near to a market in Sulega, which is located some 40 km from Nigeria's capital city of Abuja.[92] President Goodluck Jonathan reacted with vows that the perpetrators would not be punished. One person had been arrested.[93] Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Drone bombing 9 0 Afghanistan Pech valley, Kunar province, Afghanistan A NATO air raid, followed a call-in by on field forces. They were responding to an attack on a NATO base. This led to the deaths of nine children who were collecting firewood. President Hamid Karzai told his American counterpart Barack Obama that civilian casualties are a serious problem that has not been adequately addressed by NATO. NATO commanded General David Petraeus apologised to Karzai for the deaths.[94] Karzai rejected the apology saying "It is not acceptable for the Afghan people anymore. Regrets and condemnations of the incident cannot heal the wounds of the people."[95] ISAF Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Bomb 0 0 Madagascar Antananarivo, Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina escaped an assassination attempt after a bomb exploded by his car. His aide de camp Lieutenant Colonel Fidimalala Rafaliarison said that the bomb occurred after on the president's daily route home where the presidential convoy usually slows down and that there was no damage to the armour-plated car that the president sits in. He said an investigative team then go to the side and found a 150 metre long wire and explosive material hidden in the grass on the side of the road. Prime Minister Camille Vital said that "Given the political context, it could be have been a political assassination attempt. It could be intimidation. In any case, investigations will show what really happened."[96] Symbol confirmed.svg
4 Bombing 11 40+ Pakistan Nowshera, Pakistan A bomb attack struck a mosque just after Friday prayers, as food was being distributed to the poor in Pakistan's north-western Nowshera district, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[97] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Roadside bombing 12 5 Afghanistan Paktika Province, Afghanistan A vehicle carrying civilians struck a roadside bomb in the Waza Khwa district of Afghanistan's south-eastern Paktika Province, which is located in south-eastern Afghanistan.[98] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Ambush 5 0 Yemen Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen Suspected al-Qaeda militants opened fire on a military vehicle in a valley east of the capital Sana'a. Four members of Yemen's Republican Guard were killed in the attack. In a separate attack, an army colonel was killed in a shooting while shopping in Zinjibar, capital of Abyan.[99] Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Roadside bombing 6 12 Iraq Basra, Iraq A bus carrying civilians struck a roadside bomb in Iraq's second largest city. Eyewitnesses report that an US military vehicle was the intended target, but the explosion missed it.[100] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
8 Car bombing 25 131+ Pakistan Faisalabad, Pakistan A car bombing struck a gas station, triggering off several nearby gas cylinders at the station, thus creating an even bigger explosion in the eastern Pakistani city of Faisalabad, which is located in eastern Pakistan.[101] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
8 Airstrike 5 Pakistan South Waziristan, Pakistan A US missile strike targeting a compound killed five militants in South Waziristan on Tuesday.[102] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
9 Suicide bombing 43 100+ Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan A suicide bomber struck a funeral for a local militia member. At least 43 were killed and more than 100 were injured in Pakistan's deadliest attack for the year so far.[103] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
9 Roadside bombing 6 19 Pakistan Balochistan Province, Pakistan A small pick-up truck struck a landmine in the Dera Bugti area, of Pakistan's south-western Balochistan Province, which is located in south-western Pakistan.[104] Balochistan Liberation Army Symbol confirmed.svg
9 Bombing 0 0 Russia Moscow, Russia A bomb explosion occurred at a bus stop on Michurinsky Avenue, which is located near to Russia's FSB national anti-terrorist committee in south-eastern Moscow. No casualties were reported at the scene of this bombing, however nearby vehicles and the bus stop were damaged as a result of this bombing.[105] Caucasus Emirate Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Suicide bombing 5 10+ Afghanistan Kunduz, Kunduz Province, Afghanistan A suicide bomber targeted the province's police chief, detonating his explosives whilst killing him and killing and injuring other passers-by in Kunduz City, which is located in the northern Afghan Kunduz Province, of northern Afghanistan.[106] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Roadside bombing 3 13 Pakistan Dera Murad Jamali, Balochistan Province, Pakistan A roadside bombing struck a Pakistani Frontier Corps vehicle in the Pakistani city of Dera Murad Jamali, which is located in Pakistan's south-western Balochistan Province, of south-western Pakistan.[107] Balochistan Liberation Army Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Shootings 3 0 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan A series of political attacks of sectarian nature occurred as armed men opened fire and torched two buses in various areas of Pakistan's biggest southern city of Karachi, which is located in southern Pakistan.[108] Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Bombings 0 0 Russia Moscow, Russia Two bomb explosions occurred in the north-eastern districts of Moscow, resulting in no casualties but causing damage to nearby apartment buildings in the north-eastern sectors of Russia's capital city.[109] Caucasus Emirate Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Shootings 4 0 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan A series of targeted killings culminated in various incidents of shootings, which targeted both civilians and political activists within Pakistan's biggest, southern city of Karachi, which is located in southern Pakistan.[110] Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Airstrike 5 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan Two US drone strikes in the volatile tribal belt of northwest Pakistan killed at least five suspected militants on Friday.[111] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Ambush 6 0 Pakistan Balochistan Province, Pakistan A series of rocket and mortar attacks struck a village, killing six members of the same family, in Pakistan's south-western Balochistan Province, which is located in south-western Pakistan.[112] Balochistan Liberation Army Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Ambush 7 1 Iraq near Mosul, Iraq Seven Iraqi soldiers were killed as they were coming home from a military base outside Mosul. The van that they were travelling in was ambushed by four gunmen and only the driver survived.[113] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Ambush 8 7 Pakistan Hangu, Pakistan Suspected Pakistani Taliban insurgents ambushed and opened fire upon a passenger bus carrying Shia Muslims, in a supposedly sectarian attack in Pakistan's north-western Hangu district, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[114] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Suicide bombing 10 29 Iraq Baqouba, Iraq A suicide bomber blew up his car outside an army base in Baqouba, eastern Iraq. At least 10 soldiers were killed and 29 wounded, but the death toll was expected to rise as rescuers searched for victims in the rubble.[115] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Suicide bombing 37 42 Afghanistan Kunduz, Kunduz Province, Afghanistan A suicide bomber attacked an army base in Kunduz, northern Afghanistan. At least 37 people were killed and more than 40 wounded in the third attack in the region this year and the second against the base.[116] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Airstrike 6 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan A suspected U.S. drone strike in Pakistan's tribal region killed six alleged militants.[117] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
16 Airstrike 5 Pakistan Datta Khel, Pakistan A US drone strike in Pakistan's lawless northwest tribal belt on Wednesday killed at least five militants, security officials said, as the covert campaign steps up in the border region.[118] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
17 Airstrike 41 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan Forty-one people, majority of them civilians, including children, were killed and several others sustained injuries in one of the bloodiest attacks by the US drones in the remote Dattakhel area in North Waziristan.[119] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Ambush 11 0 Pakistan Gwadar, Balochistan Province, Pakistan Unidentified militants on motorbikes opened fire whilst attacking a camp for road construction workers near to the port town of Gwadar, which is located in Pakistan's south-western Balochistan Province, of south-western Pakistan.[120] Balochistan Liberation Army Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Execution 4 0 Pakistan Miranshah, North Waziristan, Pakistan Suspected Pakistani Taliban insurgents executed four alleged spies for the U.S, leaving their bullet-riddled bodies beside roads in Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal regions, of north-western Pakistan.[121] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Roadside bombings 1 11 Pakistan Peshawar, Hangu, Pakistan Two bomb attacks aimed at striking Pakistani security forces struck in the Hangu district and the outskirts of the major north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[122] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Ambush 4 17 Pakistan Quetta, Balochistan Province, Pakistan A rocket attack struck a public square, killing both police officers and civilians within the Pakistani city of Quetta, which is located in Pakistan's south-western Balochistan Province, of south-western Pakistan.[123] Balochistan Liberation Army Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Car bombing 8 25+ Pakistan Doaba, Hangu, Pakistan A suicide car bomber detonated his explosive-laden vehicle near a police station in the Pakistani town of Doaba, which is located within Pakistan's north-western Hangu district, of north-western Pakistan.[124] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
12–24 Shootings/Targeted Killings 50+ 100+ Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan A series of relentless targeted killings occurred, over the past fortnight, which culminated in a spate of targeted shootings within Pakistan's biggest, southern city of Karachi, which is located in southern Pakistan.[125] Symbol confirmed.svg
25 Ambush 8 20+ Pakistan Kurram Agency, Pakistan Suspected Pakistani Taliban insurgents ambushed and attacked two civilian vehicles belonging to Shia Muslims, in a suspected sectarian attack, killing and taking civilians hostage, in the Bagan area of Pakistan's north-western Kurram tribal agency, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[126] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
25 Airstrike 4 2 Afghanistan Helmand Province, Afghanistan Four Afghan civilians were mistakenly killed and two others injured in an attack by a remotely controlled RAF "drone" targeting insurgent leaders in Helmand province.[127] Royal Air Force Symbol confirmed.svg
27 Ambush 7 7 Yemen Ma'rib Governorate, Yemen Suspected al-Qaeda militants opened fire on a military post, killing seven soldiers and wounding seven more. The attack took place in the central Marib province, where the militant group is active.[128] Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Symbol confirmed.svg
27 Ambush 6 10+ Pakistan Kurram Agency, Pakistan Two militant attacks, one of which involved a rocket strike that struck a vehicle, and other involving a shooting occurred in Pakistan's north-western Kurram Agency, of north-western Pakistan.[129] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Car bombing 24 59 Afghanistan Paktika Province, Afghanistan A suicide car-bomber detonated his explosive-laden truck at a construction company compound, killing and injuring labourers, engineers and guards in Afghanistan's eastern Paktika Province, which is located in eastern Afghanistan.[130] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Explosion 150+ 45 Yemen Jaʿār, Yemen An ammunition plant, which had previously been raided by Al Qaeda militants was blown up in suspicious circumstances, in a series of explosions in the Khanfar area, of Yemen's southern Jaar City, which is located in southern Yemen.[131] Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Violence 9 16 Iraq Mosul, Baghdad, Iraq A series of bomb attacks and shootings occurred in the northern Iraqi town of Mosul and in the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad, targeting both Iraqi security forces and civilians across the north of the country.[132] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
29 Hostage Crisis 56 98 Iraq Tikrit, Iraq Suspected Al Qaeda militants stormed a council building, holding dozens of people hostage at a council meeting, only to execute council members, civilians and a journalist when Iraqi security forces attempted to take back the building through means of a military storming in the northern Iraqi town of Tikrit, which is located in northern Iraq. At least 15 of the victims were executed during the standoff.[133] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
30 Suicide bombing 13 20+ Pakistan Swabi, Pakistan A suicide bomber on a motorbike detonated his explosives near to a crowd, which had gathered to meet a prominent hard-line Islamist leader in the north-western Pakistani town of Swabi, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[134] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
31 Suicide bombing 12 40+ Pakistan Charsadda, Pakistan A suicide bomber detonated his explosives near to the convoy of the same prominent hard-line Islamist leader, who had survived a prior assassination attempt the previous day, in the north-western Pakistani town of Charsadda, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[135] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
31 IED 3 0 Pakistan Loralai, Balochistan Province, Pakistan A vehicle struck a landmine, which had been planted by unidentified militants in the Chamalang area of Loralai district, which is located within Pakistan's south-western Balochistan Province, of south-western Pakistan.[136] Balochistan Liberation Army Symbol confirmed.svg
31 IED, Shooting 7 0 Pakistan Turbat, Qalat, Balochistan Province, Pakistan Two militant attacks occurred, one of which involved a remote controlled bomb that struck a vehicle in the south-western Pakistani city of Turbat, whereas a targeted shooting occurred in the south-western Pakistani village of Qalat, which are both located in Pakistan's south-western Balochistan Province, of south-western Pakistan.[137] Balochistan Liberation Army Symbol confirmed.svg

April[edit]

Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator[Note 1] State Non-state
2 Car bombing 1 0 United Kingdom Omagh, Northern Ireland In a widely condemned attack, a car bomb explodes killing Ronan Kerr, a Catholic member of the PSNI.[138] Suspected Dissident republicans[139] Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Suicide bombings 50+ 100+ Pakistan Dera Ghazi Khan, Punjab Province, Pakistan Twin suicide bombings struck the Sakhi Sarwar Shrine, as Sufi Muslim devotees gathered for an annual three-day festival in the Dera Ghazi Khan district, of Pakistan's eastern Punjab Province, which is located in central-eastern Pakistan. The Pakistani Taliban later claimed responsibility for these suicide attacks, claiming they were retaliation for a Pakistani military offensive in the north-west of the country.[140] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
4 Suicide bombing 8 40+ Pakistan Lower Dir, Pakistan A suicide bomber detonated his explosives at a bus station, as the bomber supposedly killed his intended target who was an official from a peace committee, in the north-western Pakistani town of Lower Dir, which is located in north-western Pakistan.[141] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
7 Car bombing 1 20+ Pakistan Quetta, Pakistan A suicide car-bomber rammed his explosive-laden vehicle outside a senior police officials house, killing a police guard and injuring dozens of others, in Pakistan's south-western Pakistani city of Quetta, which is located in south-western Pakistan.[142] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
8 Bombing 10 20+ Nigeria Suleja, Nigeria A bomb explosion struck an office of the country's election commission, as citizens of the country inside the office were preparing for voting within the central town of Sulega, which is located in central Nigeria.[143] Symbol confirmed.svg
9 Shooting 6 17 Netherlands Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands A gunman in the Netherlands has killed six people and wounded at least 11 before taking his own life.[144] Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Bombing 14 200+ Belarus Minsk, Belarus A bomb explosion occurred at the escalators of the Minsk Metro at the peak of the evening rush hour, targeting commuters in the underground Metro system, near to President Lukashenko's central office, which is located in the centre of Belarus's capital city of Minsk.[145] Symbol confirmed.svg
12–14 Targeted killings/Shootings 18 0 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan A series of targeted killings of a political and sectarian nature occurred across Pakistan's biggest, southern city of Karachi, which is located in southern Pakistan.[146] Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Suicide bombing 10 10+ Afghanistan Kunar Province, Afghanistan A suicide bomber detonated his explosives, as he apparently embraced a prominent tribal military commander who incidentally was his intended target, killing him and those tribal elders around him in Afghanistan's eastern Kunar Province, which is located in eastern Afghanistan.[147] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Airstrike 6 Pakistan South Waziristan, Pakistan U.S. drone aircraft fired four missiles in Pakistan's South Waziristan tribal region on Wednesday, killing six militants, days after the head of the country's intelligence agency called for an end to the strikes that have caused deep anger.[148] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Suicide bombings 3 10+ Afghanistan Paktia Province, Kabul, Kandahar, Afghanistan A series of failed suicide attacks targeted police compounds and governors offices in various areas, including the Afghan capital and in the eastern Paktia Province and the southern Kandahar Province of Afghanistan.[149] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
15 Suicide bombing 0 28 Indonesia Cirebon, Indonesia Indonesian police say a bomb went off at a mosque in the West Java town of Cirebon, killing at least one person and wounding 17.[150] Symbol confirmed.svg
15 Suicide bombing 3 5+ Afghanistan Kandahar City, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan A suicide bomber in a police uniform targeted and killed the police chief of Afghanistan's southern Kandahar Province, through means of evading security measures in penetrating the defences of the police headquarters, in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar City, which is located in the southern Kandahar Province, of southern Afghanistan.[151] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
16 Suicide bombing 10 8 Afghanistan Jalalabad, Afghanistan A suicide bomber wearing an Afghan security forces uniform blew himself up Saturday at the entrance to a military base in eastern Afghanistan.[152] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Car bombings 9 25+ Iraq Baghdad, Iraq Twin suicide car bombings occurred at entrance posts as they were queuing to enter the heavily fortified Green Zone of Iraq's capital city of Baghdad.[153] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Suicide bombing 3 7 Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan A suicide attacker wearing a military uniform and an explosive-vest opened fire inside the Afghan Defence Ministry, killing and injuring soldiers and civilians, before himself being killed, within Afghanistan's capital city of Kabul.[154] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Bombing 1 25 Thailand Pattani, Thailand Suspected Muslim insurgents have set off a car bomb that killed one soldier and wounded 25 people in restive southern Thailand.[155] Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Bombing 6 0 Afghanistan Ghazni Province, Afghanistan Six policemen have been killed in a roadside bomb blast in eastern Afghanistan.[156] Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Bombing 3 6 Afghanistan Jalalabad, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan A bomb planted inside an Afghan National Police van exploded, killing and injuring security officers, in the Afghan city of Jalalabad, which is located in the eastern Nangarhar Province, of eastern Afghanistan.[157] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Bombing 19 40+ Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan At least nineteen people have been killed while 40 sustained injures in a powerful blast that ripped through Rami Club building near Ghaas Mandi area in Lyari locality.[158] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Airstrike 25 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan At least 25 people have been killed in a US drone strike in the troubled Pakistani tribal region of North Waziristan.[159] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Ambush 2 2 Afghanistan Dara-I-Nur District, Afghanistan Two Afghan policemen died and two more were wounded in an ambush in eastern Afghanistan.[160] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Suicide bombing 5 5 Pakistan Bajaur Agency, Pakistan A suicide bomber targeted the vehicle of an anti-Taliban militia leader, killing him, a soldier and civilians, as well as injuring others within Pakistan's north-western Bajaur Agency, of north-western Pakistan.[161] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Clashes 55 77+ South Sudan Jonglei, Southern Sudan At least 55 fighters were killed when south Sudan's army clashed with a rebel group in Jonglei State.[162]
25 Bombing 3 15 Nigeria Maiduguri, Nigeria An explosion at a hotel killed three people and wounded 14 others in northeastern Nigeria only days before the state's gubernatorial election. A second explosion went off Monday morning at a cattle market in the town of Maiduguri, which has long been wracked by violence related to the radical Islamic sect.[163] Boko Haram Symbol confirmed.svg
26 Bombings 4 56 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan Two bomb explosions struck two Pakistan Navy buses's in Pakistan's major, southern city of Karachi, which is located in southern Pakistan.[164] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
27 Shooting 9 5 Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan A rogue Afghan Army pilot opened fire at Kabul Airport, killing eight U.S servicemen and a contractor, before himself being killed after an apparent argument. The Afghan Taliban later claimed responsibility for this suicide attack.[165] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Bombing 5 12 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan A roadside bomb tore through a bus taking Pakistani navy employees to work in Karachi.[166] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Suicide bombing 16 20+ Morocco Marrakesh, Morocco A suspected suicide bombing struck a cafe in Djemaa el Fna square, killing mostly foreigners and several Moroccan's, in the centre of Morocco's southern city of Marrakesh, which is located in southern Morocco.[167] Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Suicide bombing 12 40+ Iraq Diyala province, Iraq A suicide bomber blew himself up inside a mosque in Iraq's eastern Diyala Province, which is located in eastern Iraq.[168] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Bombing 3 0 Afghanistan Southern Afghanistan Three coalition service members were killed in two separate attacks in eastern and southern Afghanistan.[169] Symbol confirmed.svg
29 Bombings/Shootings 11 29 Iraq Baghdad and Diyala province, Iraq At least 11 people killed in a string of attacks in Baghdad and Diyala province amid nationwide surge of violence.[170] Symbol confirmed.svg
30 Bombing 2 9 Thailand Raman District, Thailand Two Thai troops died and nine were injured in bombings that struck Thailand's restive south on Saturday.[171] Symbol confirmed.svg
30 Suicide bombing 8 19 Iraq Mosul, Iraq Eight people were killed and 19 wounded on Saturday when a suicide bomber blew himself up at an Iraqi army checkpoint next to a market in the northern city of Mosul.[172] Symbol confirmed.svg

May[edit]

Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator[Note 1] State Non-state
1 Suicide bombing/Shooting/Bombing 7 30 Afghanistan Barmal District, Ghazni province, and Kandahar, Afghanistan Militants staged attacks in two Afghan provinces, killing seven people, including a district council member and two policemen on Sunday, the first day of the Taliban's announced spring offensive.[173] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
1 Shooting 3 4 Yemen Abyan Governorate, Yemen At least three soldiers were killed and four others were wounded on Sunday after an attack by suspected al-Qaida members in Yemen's southern province of Abyan.[174] Islamic Jihad of Yemen Symbol confirmed.svg
2 Raid 5 2 Pakistan Abbottabad, Pakistan US Navy SEALs raided a compound belonging to Osama bin Laden killing bin Laden and 4 others including a woman and one of bin Laden's children.[175] US Navy SEALs Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Bombing 11 40 India Lohardaga, Jharkhand, India A landmine planted by Maoist rebels struck a convoy of police vehicles in the Lohardaga district, of the country's eastern state of Jharkhand, which is located in north-eastern India.[176] Communist Party of India (Maoist) Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Bombing 0 1 Russia Moscow, Russia A bomb explosion occurred in a car park outside a police station, injuring a police officer who discovered the explosive device, which was located in central Moscow.[177] Caucasus Emirate Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Car bomb 16 37 Iraq Baghdad, Iraq A car bomb tore through a cafe packed with young men watching a football match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid CF on Tuesday night in Baghdad, killing at least 16 people.[178] Symbol confirmed.svg
4 Shooting/Bombing 1 2 Turkey Kastamonu, Turkey An armed assault involving a grenade explosion and a shooting struck a police vehicle at a political rally in the country's north-eastern city of Kastamonu, which is located in north-eastern Turkey.[179] Kurdistan Workers' Party Symbol confirmed.svg
4 Shooting 9 20 Yemen Zinjibar, Yemen Unknown gunmen have attacked a Yemeni military patrol, killing five soldiers and four civilians in the ensuing fire fight in the city of Zinjibar in the southern province of Abyan.[180] Islamic Jihad of Yemen Symbol confirmed.svg
5 Car bombing 21 75 Iraq Hilla, Iraq A suicide bomber rammed a car packed with explosives into a police station south of Baghdad before blowing it up, killing at least 21 policemen.[181] Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Shooting 8 15 Pakistan Quetta, Pakistan Suspected Islamist militants on Friday opened fire on a group of Pakistani Shi'ites in the southwestern town of Quetta, killing at least 8 and wounding 15.[182] Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Airstrike 12 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan At least 12 people have been killed in a US drone strike in the troubled Pakistani tribal region of North Waziristan.[183] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Airstrike 2 1 Yemen Shabwah Governorate, Yemen US officials have said that a US drone attack that killed two suspected al-Qaeda fighters in Yemen on Thursday was targeting US-Yemeni cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.[184] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
7 Suicide bombings/Shootings 2 23 Afghanistan Kandahar, Afghanistan Intense fighting is taking place in Afghanistan's second city of Kandahar amid co-ordinated militant attacks, including at least six suicide bombs.[185] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
8 Clashes 17 14 Iraq Baghdad, Iraq The accused mastermind of a Baghdad church siege that killed dozens last fall nearly escaped from prison Sunday after wresting a gun from a guard and launching an hours-long assault that left 17 people dead, including a top Iraqi counterterrorism general.[186] Al Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
8 Bombings 2 10 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan Two Pakistani soldiers were killed and ten people including five security men were injured in three bomb attacks in northwest Pakistan on Sunday.[187] Symbol confirmed.svg
9 Shooting 9 0 Russia North Caucasus, Russia One Russian police officer and eight fighters were killed in firefight in Russian Southern Federal District.[188]
9 Grenade attack 0 0 United Kingdom Derry, Northern Ireland Four PSNI members and two schoolchildren escape unharmed when a grenade thrown at them fails to explode. The four police officers were on cordon duty during an earlier alert and were speaking to two young boys on bicycles when a man threw the device at them.[189] Suspected Dissident republicans Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Bombing 2 8 Pakistan Nowshera District, Pakistan Two people, including a policewoman, have been killed in a bomb explosion outside a district court in north-western Pakistan.[190] Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Bombings 2 1 Iraq Tikrit, Iraq Two bombs exploded as a police patrol passed through the centre of Tikrit, north of Baghdad, on Tuesday, killing two policemen.[191] Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Airstrike 4 Pakistan South Waziristan, Pakistan A US drone strike destroyed a vehicle in Pakistan's tribal belt on Tuesday, killing four militants in the second drone attack since the killing of Osama bin Laden.[192] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Airstrike 5 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan A US drone fired two missiles into a vehicle in Pakistan's tribal district of North Waziristan on Thursday, killing at least five suspected militants.[193] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
12 Shooting 1 0 Russia Dagestan, Russia Russian police officer was gunned down by militants in Dagestan.[194] Caucasus Emirate Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Suicide bombings 80 140 Pakistan Charsadda, Pakistan At least 80 people have been killed and 140 others injured in twin blasts at a military training center in Pakistan's northwestern city of Charsadda. The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack, terming it the "first revenge" for the killing of Osama bin Laden.[195] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Ambush 7 Algeria Jijel, Algeria At least seven soldiers were killed in Algeria when a group of gunmen opened fire against a military outpost.[196] Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Airstrike 5 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan As many as five suspected militants were killed when a US drone hit a vehicle at Datta Khel area of North Waziristan Agency on Friday morning.[197] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Bombing 6 Pakistan Kharian, Pakistan Police say a roadside bomb has hit a passenger bus in eastern Pakistan, killing at least six people and wounding several others.[198] Symbol confirmed.svg
16 Airstrike 10 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan U.S. drone strikes on Monday killed 10 suspected militants in a compound in Pakistan's North Waziristan.[199] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Shootings 2 5 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan Two policemen were killed and five others were wounded early Wednesday when dozens of Taliban militants attacked a police checkpost in Pakistan's northwestern capital Peshawar.[200] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Suicide bombing 13 13+ Afghanistan Jalalabad, Afghanistan At least 13 people including civilians, police cadets and a suicide bomber have been killed in an attack in eastern Afghanistan.[201] Symbol confirmed.svg
19 Car bombs 29 90 Iraq Kirkuk, Iraq A spate of bomb attacks against police in Iraq's disputed oil-rich city of Kirkuk on Thursday killed at least 29 people, the worst violence to hit the country in nearly two months.[202] Symbol confirmed.svg
19 Shooting 35 20 Afghanistan Wazei Zadran, Afghanistan Insurgents firing heavy machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades and assault rifles killed 35 workers and guards in an attack on a NATO-funded road construction site in a remote area of eastern Afghanistan.[203] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Car bomb 1 10 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan said on Friday it had attacked a US consulate convoy in Peshawar.[204] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Airstrike 6 Pakistan North Waziristan, Pakistan U.S. drone strikes on Friday killed at least 6 suspected militants in Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal region.[205] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Bombing 15 0 Pakistan Khyber Pass, Pakistan A Nato oil tanker has exploded in northwest Pakistan, killing at least 15 people.[206] Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Suicide bombing 6 23 Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan A suicide bomber killed at least six people and wounded 23 more at a military hospital in a heavily guarded area of Kabul.[207] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
22 Suicide bombing 6 0 Afghanistan Khost, Afghanistan Two attackers were shot dead during the fighting in the eastern city of Khost, but two others managed to detonate their bomb vests, Six other people were killed in a gun battle with the militants at the traffic police headquarters.[208] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
22 Bombing 16 24+ Iraq Taji, Iraq At least 16 people have been killed in Iraq in a series of bomb blasts in the Baghdad area.[209] Symbol confirmed.svg
22 Bombings, shootings, hostage taking - see PNS Mehran attack 24 21 Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan Members of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan attacked PNS Mehran base in Karachi. Six militants and 18 military personnel (including the lieutenant in charge of the anti-terrorist operation) were killed during the 16 hour battle.[210] Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, al-Qaeda Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Bombing 4 0 Afghanistan Eastern Afghanistan A roadside bomb attack killed four foreign soldiers in eastern Afghanistan.[211] Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Airstrike 7 Pakistan Mir Ali, Pakistan A US drone strike on Monday destroyed a vehicle in Pakistan’s Taliban and al-Qaeda-linked stronghold of North Waziristan on the Afghan border, killing seven militants.[212] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Bombing 10 28 Afghanistan Kandahar Province, Afghanistan At least 10 road workers have been killed and 28 injured in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar when their truck hit a roadside bomb.[213] Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Car bomb 4 15 Iraq Baghdad, Iraq At least four killed in Iraq attack, which comes two days after a series of explosions that claimed 16 lives.[214] Symbol confirmed.svg
25 Car bomb 6 26 Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan A car bomb explosion has badly damaged a police station in Pakistan's volatile city of Peshawar, killing six people and wounding several others.[215] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
26 Car bomb 38 52 Pakistan Hangu, Pakistan At least 38 people have been killed and over 52 others injured after a massive car bomb struck a police station in Pakistan's northwestern town of Hangu.[216] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
26 Bombing 8 Afghanistan Southern Afghanistan Eight soldiers with the US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) have been killed in the latest spate of violence against foreign troops in southern Afghanistan.[217] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Suicide bombing 8 11 Pakistan Bajaur Agency, Pakistan A suicide bomber targeting a pro-government tribe on Saturday killed at least eight people and wounded 11 others at a market in a restive Pakistani tribal area.[218] Pakistani Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Suicide bombing 6 3 Afghanistan Takhar Province, Afghanistan The police commander for northern Afghanistan has been killed in a suicide bomb attack on the provincial governor's compound in Takhar.[219] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
29 Airstrike 14 Afghanistan Helmand Province, Afghanistan A Nato air strike has killed 14 people, all civilians, in south-west Afghanistan's Helmand province.[220] NATO Symbol confirmed.svg
29 Bombing 10 ~20 Nigeria Bauchi, Nigeria At least 10 people have been killed and about 20 injured in a bomb blast near an army barracks in northern Nigeria.[221] Symbol confirmed.svg
30 Bombing 1 8 Pakistan Miranshah, Pakistan One person was killed and eight wounded in the blast at the 12-room Super Waziristan hotel in Miramshah, the main town of the tribal region.[222] Symbol confirmed.svg
30 Suicide bombing, shootings 5 34 Afghanistan Herat, Afghanistan At least five people have been killed and 34 injured after armed men launched multiple attacks in the western Afghan city of Herat.[223] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
31 Airstrike 17 Pakistan Orakzai Agency, Pakistan Up to 17 suspected militants were reported to be killed in the bombings while five different hideouts were destroyed.[224] Pakistan Air Force Symbol confirmed.svg

June[edit]

Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator[Note 1] State Non-state
1-2 Shooting 76 ? Pakistan Upper Dir District, Pakistan Taliban militants crossed the border from Afghanistan and attacked several villages and a border post in the Upper Dir district in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Among the killed were 28 soldiers, at least 45 militants and 3 civilians. Several villages were torched and at least 3 Pakistani soldiers are missing after the two-day battle.[225] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
2 suicide bombing, car bombing, IED 10 15 Iraq Ramadi, Iraq Militants killed 10 and injured 15 in a series of four attacks directed against government buildings in the western Iraqi city.[226] al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
3 Bombing \ Suicide bombing 21 60 Iraq Tikrit, Iraq At least 21 were killed and 60 others were wounded after attacks by suspected al-Qaida members in the city of Tikrit. The first bomb was hidden in a barrel next to a mosque inside a supposedly secure government complex. The device exploded as several prominent regional figures were leaving Friday prayers. Ten hours after the initial attack, a suicide bomber blew himself up near the emergency room of a hospital treating the wounded. The second blast killed at least 5 and wounded many more. This was the third major incident in Tikrit during the year.[227] al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
5 Bombing 6 10 Pakistan Garhi Matani, Pakistan At least six people have been killed in a bomb blast outside the north-western Pakistani city of Peshawar.[228] Symbol confirmed.svg
5 Suicide bombing 18 40 Pakistan Naushera, Pakistan A suicide bomber has attacked a bakery in northwest Pakistan, killing 18 people and wounding 40 others.[229] Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Airstrike 23 Pakistan South Waziristan, Pakistan At least 23 people were killed and several others injured in three consecutive US drone strikes in different areas of the South Waziristan Agency.[230] CIA Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Bombing \ Suicide Bombing \ Shooting 27 39 Iraq Tikrit, Ramadi and Baghdad, Iraq A series of attacks across Iraq took the lives of at least 27 people, including 5 US soldiers killed in a rocket attack on Camp Victory. A suicide bomber struck the main gate of a government compound in Tikrit, killing 13 people. Nine of the dead were soldiers, including senior military intelligence official Nuri Sabah al-Mashhadani. In Baghdad a car bombing killed one and injured 10, while gun attacks at checkpoints in the mainly Sunni neighborhood of Adhamiyah killed four. A local politician and three members of his family were killed when a bomb exploded in front of their house in Ramadi.[231] al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Shooting \ Bombing 13 0 Afghanistan Pul-i-Alam, Afghanistan Gunmen killed 11 people outside Pul-i-Alam, capital of Logar Province. Among the dead were five Afghan soldiers and three government employees. Two ISAF service members were killed in IED attacks in the south.[232] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
6 Shooting 7 12 Yemen Zinjibar, Yemen Gunmen believed to be allied to al-Qaeda killed 7 Yemeni soldiers and wounded 12 others in a skirmish outside the city of Zinjibar. Assailants took over the town of 20 000 the week before.[233] Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Symbol confirmed.svg
7 Shooting 45 0 Yemen Zinjibar, Yemen Units of the Yemeni Army fought street battles with Islamic militants in the southern city of Zinjibar. At least 30 non-state fighters and 15 soldiers were reported killed.[234] Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen Army Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
7 Shooting, Bombing 7 5 Iraq Baghdad, Ramadi, Mosul and Hilla, Iraq Three people were killed and 5 wounded in attacks by insurgents in Baghdad. Two shepherds were killed by a bomb in Mosul and a policeman died in Ramadi when a sticky bomb attached to his car exploded. Additionally, police found the body of an unidentified man near the city of Hilla.[235] Al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
8 Shooting, IED 5 13 Iraq Baghdad, Fallujah, Mosul and Baqubah, Iraq Four people were killed and 13 wounded in shootings and roadside bombings across the country. Additionally, a US soldier was killed while conducting operations in southern Iraq.[236] Al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
8 Shooting, Bombing 2 5 Thailand Narathiwat, Thailand Suspected Islamic militants killed two Buddhist monks and left a bomb at the scene that subsequently exploded and wounded five police officers.[237] Pattani United Liberation Organization (suspected)[not in citation given] Symbol confirmed.svg
10 Assassination 1 0 Russia Moscow, Russia Col. Yuri Budanov, who had been convicted of war crimes and released early from prison for the murder of Chechnyan teenager Elza Kungayeva, was shot dead. Dokku Umarov claimed responsibility for the assassination as he sat by the commander of the Riyadus-Salikhiyn Brigade saying "I am addressing you today about a joyous occasion: yesterday, on June 10, Allah by his will brought us a great celebration, punishing one of the sadists, the reprobate, the killer Budanov. The same fate, the same revenge awaits the others. Let these celebrations happen more often for Muslims." His funeral was attended by such Russian right-winged leaders as Vladimir Zhirinovsky and accompanied by a three-gun salute. The Moscow police were report to have made a dozen arrests immediately before closing most of the investigation to the press. Upon the release of a video by Umarov, one of the investigators in the case said that "We have been expecting this kind of statement for a long time because the 'Chechen version' is one of the main ones we are working with. Nevertheless, these types of terrorist statements will not alter the course of our probe. We are studying all the leads."[238] Caucasian Mujahadeen Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Shooting 30 0 Yemen Zinjibar, Yemen 21 militants and 9 soldiers were killed in the latest round of fighting in the southern city.[239] Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen Army Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Suicide bombing, Bombing 20 26 Afghanistan Khost, Metherlam and Kandahar, Afghanistan The commander of a provincial Afghan police rapid reaction force was killed in a suicide attack outside a base in the city of Khost. Two of bodyguards were also killed and 16 others were injured. In the south of the country a roadside bomb hit a bus, killing 15 people and injuring one. Two policemen were killed and 9 wounded by a bomb in the city of Metherlam in the east.[240] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Bombings 34 100+ Pakistan Peshawar, Pakistan At least 34 people have been killed and over 100 others sustained injuries after two massive explosions ripped through a market in northwest Pakistan.[241] Symbol confirmed.svg
11 Bombings 12 60 Iraq Mosul, Baghdad and Samarra, Iraq At least six people were killed and more than 60 injured by two car bombs that exploded in the center of Mosul. In Abu Ghraib, near Baghdad, police found the body of a local human rights activist. In addition, gunmen stormed the home of a teacher in Samarra, killing him and four members of his family.[242] Al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
13 Suicide bombing 5 15 Iraq Basra, Iraq A suicide bomber in a car blew himself up outside a police brigade unit in Iraq's southern oil port city of Basra on Monday, killing five people and wounding 15.[243] Symbol confirmed.svg
14 Suicide bombing, Shooting 14 25 Iraq Baghdad, Baqubah, Mosul and Kirkuk, Iraq Militants attacked the provincial council building in Baqubah, setting off a car bomb and then laying siege to the building. Eight people were killed and at least 25 wounded before Iraqi forces regained control. At least 6 people were killed in other attacks across the country[244] Al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
15 Suicide bombing 8 4 Afghanistan Kapisa Province, Afghanistan Eight people have been killed and four others injured in a suicide attack in Afghanistan’s north-eastern Kapisa province.[245] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
16 Suicide bombing, Car bombing 6 7 Nigeria Abuja, Nigeria A suicide bomber drove his car into the parking lot of a police HQ in central Abuja after picking up a traffic officer who guided him to the spot. At least 30 cars were destroyed in the large explosion and it took several hours to extinguish the fire.[246] Boko Haram Symbol confirmed.svg
18 Suicide bombing 9 12 Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan Three suicide bombers attacked a police station in central Kabul near the city's biggest open air market. At least one of them managed to detonate his explosives, killing nine people including two policemen. The two other militants were shot by security forces after a short battle.[247] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Drone strike, Bombing 12 12 Pakistan Quetta and Parachinar, Pakistan A drone strike killed 11 militants near the border with Afghanistan while a car bomb exploded in Quetta, killing one and wounding 12 others.[248] CIA, TTP Symbol confirmed.svg Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Shooting, Bombing, IED 6 19 Iraq Baghdad, Kirkuk and Mosul, Iraq At least six people were killed and almost 20 wounded in a series of shootings and bombings across the country. These included an IED attack on a French embassy convoy which left seven people injured.[249] Symbol confirmed.svg
20 Shooting 3 0 Thailand Pattani and Yala, Thailand Suspected Islamic militants killed two policemen and a village chief in the southern parts of the country[250] Pattani United Liberation Organization (suspected)[not in citation given] Symbol confirmed.svg
21 Car bombing, Suicide bombing 35 54 + Iraq Diwaniyah, Mussayab and Baghdad, Iraq At least 27 people were killed and almost 40 wounded after two suicide bombers drove their cars to the front gate of the governor's compound in the southern city of Diwaniyah. The governor escaped injury as he was just about to leave his offices. In other attacks across the country at least 8 people were killed, including five in a restaurant bombing in the city of Mussayab.[251] Al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
23 Car bombing, Suicide bombing 48 96 Iraq Baghdad, Mosul and Kirkuk, Iraq At least 34 people were killed and more than 82 wounded after three bombs exploded at a market and near a Shiite mosque in Baghdad. Fourteen people were killed and at least 16 wounded in other attacks across the country, including a bomb attack against a police patrol in the capital that killed 10 officers.[252] Al-Qaeda in Iraq Symbol confirmed.svg
24 Bombings 0 4 Burma Naypyitaw, Mandalay and Pyin U Lwin, Burma Four explosions hit three different cities in Burma.[253] Symbol confirmed.svg
25 Bicycle bombing 10 24 Afghanistan Khan Abad District, Afghanistan Ten people were killed and 24 others wounded when a bicycle bomb went off in a busy bazaar in northern Afghanistan.[254] Symbol confirmed.svg
25 Suicide car bombing 35 53 Afghanistan Azra District, Afghanistan At least 35 people have been killed in a suicide car bombing at a medical clinic in eastern Afghanistan.[255] Symbol confirmed.svg
26 Bombings 25 12 Nigeria Maiduguri, Nigeria Authorities in Nigeria have said that three separate bombs explosions in the country's northeast have killed at least 25 people and wounded 12 others.[256] Boko Haramsuspected Symbol confirmed.svg
27 Airstrike 21 Pakistan South Waziristan, Pakistan Missile strikes from two US drones killed at least 21 suspected militants in Pakistan’s South Waziristan on Monday.[257] Central Intelligence Agency Symbol confirmed.svg
28 Suicide attacks 12 8 Afghanistan Kabul, Afghanistan At least 21 people, including the nine suicide bombers, are reported to have been killed after the Hotel Inter-Continental in the Afghan capital, Kabul, came under attack by gunmen who managed to penetrate several rings of security.[258] Afghan Taliban Symbol confirmed.svg

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f *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 and Niger, as well as Mauritania, are most likely perpetrated by Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (who theoretically target Morocco and Tunisia as part of the Maghreb, though those are rare).
    *Non-state attacks in Colombia are most likely perpetrated by FARC, and to a lesser degree ELN (although the two agreed to work together in 2010).
    *Non-state attacks in Ethiopia are most likely 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 perpetrated by the FLNC, unless otherwise stated.
    *Non-state attacks in India are most likely perpetrated by the Communist Party of India (Maoist) or Kashmiri insurgents, as claimed, dependent largely on the location of the attack; there are also numerous other insurgents in India that operate to a lesser degree, as otherwise stated.
    *Non-state attacks in Indonesia are most likely perpetrated by Jemaah Islamiya, unless otherwise stated.
    *Non-state attacks in Iraq are most likely perpetrated by Al Qaeda in Iraq against the Iraqi state, unless otherwise stated; state-attacks are the responsibility of United States-supported coalition forces or the Iraqi army.
    *Non-state attacks in Iran are most likely perpetrated by either Jundullah or PJAK, dependent largely on the location of the attack, with somewhat lesser recurrent attacks by Iraq-based MKO, unless otherwise stated.
    *Non-state attacks in Ireland are most likely perpetrated by either active dissident republican organisations such as the RIRA, CIRA or similar; or Loyalist factions.
    *Non-state attacks in Mexico are most likely 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 perpetrated by the Karen National Liberation Army, unless otherwise stated
    *Non-state attacks in Nigeria are most likely perpetrated by either MEND or Boko Haram, mostly dependent on local (though Lagos and Abuja are more open targets), unless otherwise stated.
    *Non-state attacks in Pakistan are most likely perpetrated by the Pakistani Taliban or a faction thereof, though the Balochistan Liberation Army is active largely in Balochistan alone; 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 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; and the Israel Defense Forces or Jewish settlers in support of some variation of Israel..
    *Non-state attacks in Peru are most likely perpetrated by the Shining Path, unless otherwise stated.
    *Non-state attacks in the Philippines are most likely 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; communist-inspired attacks are the responsibility primarily of the New People's Army or a breakaway faction of the now defunct Alex Boncayao Brigade.
    *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 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 Transitional Federal Government's troops, and occasionally even the Ethiopian army.
    *Non-state attacks in Spain are most likely perpetrated by ETA (although they have currently issued an indefinite ceasefire).
    *Non-state attacks in Turkey are most likely perpetrated by PKK, or another Kurdish nationalist faction such as the newer Kurdistan Freedom Falcons.
    *Non-state attacks in Thailand are most likely perpetrated by the Pattani United Liberation Organization, unless otherwise stated.
    *Non-state attacks in the United States are most likely perpetrated by lone wolves, unless otherwise stated.
    *Non-state attacks in Yemen are most likely 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 Agencies drone bombings, the Yemeni army or the Republican Guards.
    *All other incidents are expressly as per claimants or pending claims.

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