List of attacks on diplomatic missions

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The following is a list of attacks on diplomatic buildings (embassies, consulates) anywhere in the world. The list does not include attacks on individuals outside or inside an embassy, such as assassinations of ambassadors, or incidents such as letter bombs to individuals, as occurred at the embassy of Israel in London in 1972.

Year Date Diplomatic Mission Location Country Location City Deaths Injuries Details
1829 February 11  Russia  Qajar dynasty Tehran 1 0 Death of Aleksander Griboyedov
1900 June 20 – August 14 Legation Quarter (multinational)  Qing dynasty Beijing 68 (See: Siege of the International Legations, Boxer Rebellion)
1924 July 18  United States  Qajar dynasty Tehran 1 0 Muslim clerics and soldiers of the Iranian military beat Robert W. Imbrie, United States Consul in Tehran after it was incorrectly believed that he poisoned a well.[1]
1926 May 16  Argentina Buenos Aires 0 0[2] Bombing following the trial and executions of Sacco and Vanzetti.[3]
June 4  Uruguay Montevideo 0 0
1927 March 24  Republic of China  United Kingdom Nanking Nanking Incident
 Empire of Japan
 United States
1937  United Kingdom  Spain Valencia Aerial bombings by Nationalist forces during the Spanish Civil War damaged the British Embassy and destroyed the Paraguayan consulate.[4]
 Paraguay
1941  United Kingdom  Spain Madrid On June 24, in the days following Nazi Germany's declaration of war on the Soviet Union, members of the Falange stormed the British Embassy with a truck-load of stones at their disposal. Embassy staff as well as 16 escaped POWs prevented an attempted break in by the Falangists. The Spanish dictator Francisco Franco dismissed the incident as a "trivial matter concerning young hotheads" in response to a protest by the British Ambassador Sir Samuel Hoare.[5][6][7][8]
1946  Italy Rome Irgun campaign
1951 February 19  Soviet Union  Albania Tirana 0 Bombing led to the Massacre of 1951 in Albania
1952 November 8 and December 5  Czechoslovakia  Israel Tel Aviv 0 Perpetrated by the Tzrifin Underground in response to the persecution of Jews in Czechoslovakia.[9]
1953 February 9  Soviet Union  Israel Tel Aviv 0 3 Perpetrated by the Tzrifin Underground in response to the Doctors' plot and other incidents of persecution in the Eastern Bloc.[10]
1955 February 14–16  Romania   Switzerland Berne 0 Berne incident
1958 July 27  United States  Turkey Ankara 0 0 Bombs exploded at the US Embassy compound and a private American bookstore. The bombings coincided with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' arrival in the city for meetings of the Baghdad Pact.[11]
1962 November 28  Yugoslavia  West Germany Bonn 1 1 Attack by Croatian Crusader Brotherhood.[12]
1963 September 16  United Kingdom  Indonesia Jakarta 0 0 Mob attack burnt the Embassy and smashed all its windows.[13]
1964 March 5 and 8  United States  Gabon Libreville 0 0 1964 United States Embassy in Libreville bombings
March 18  Morocco  Soviet Union Moscow 0 0 1964 Moscow protest
June 30  Philippines  South Vietnam Saigon Bombing[14]
1965 March 30  United States 22 188 30 March 1965 Saigon Embassy bombing
1966  Cuba  Canada Ottawa 0 (See: Embassy of Cuba, Ottawa)
 Portugal  Zaire Kinshasa
 Yugoslavia  West Germany Stuttgart 1 0 Attack by Croatian Revolutionary Brotherhood.[12]
1967 January 28–29  United States Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, United States Synchronized bombing.[15]
 Canada Ottawa
 Soviet Union  China Beijing See: Chinese Cultural Revolution
 United Kingdom See: Chinese Cultural Revolution[16])
June  Libya Benghazi American and British embassies were attacked and burned by rioters after false rumors spread in the city that the United States had bombed Cairo. This incident occurred at the start of the Six-Day War.[17]
 United States
September 19  Republic of China  South Vietnam Saigon 0 12 Bombing[18]
November 29  Yugoslavia  Australia Melbourne 0 1 Bombing.[12]
1968 January 31  United States  South Vietnam Saigon 5 Saigon Embassy attack
February 21  Soviet Union  United States Washington D.C. 0 0 [19]
 Philippines  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Due to the North Borneo dispute[20]
1969  Soviet Union  China Beijing Due to the Sino-Soviet border conflict
June  Yugoslavia  Australia Sydney Bombing.[21]
November Canberra Gelignite bombing.[21]
1970 October 21 Melbourne Bombing.[12][21]
1971  United States  Khmer Republic Phnom Penh [22]
April 7  Yugoslavia  Sweden Stockholm 1 0 Ambassador Vladimir Rolović was killed in the attack by Croatian National Resistance.
1972 February 2  United Kingdom  Ireland Dublin 0 20 (See: Bloody Sunday (1972))[23]
February 17  Yugoslavia  Australia Perth Armed assault.[12][24]
December 28  Israel  Thailand Bangkok, 0 1972 Israeli Bangkok Embassy hostage crisis
 Cuba  Canada Montreal 1
 United States  Philippines Manila 0 1 Attacked by suspected Soviet soldiers.
1973 March 1  Saudi Arabia  Sudan Khartoum 3 1973 Khartoum diplomatic assassinations
1974 February 7  Japan  Kuwait Kuwait City 0 1974 attack on the Japanese Embassy in Kuwait
August 19  United States  Cyprus Nicosia 2 0 TMT attack
September 13  France  Netherlands The Hague 0 1974 French Embassy attack in The Hague
1975 April 24  West Germany  Sweden Stockholm 4 West German Embassy siege
April 29  Israel  South Africa Johannesburg 4 82 1975 Fox Street siege: David Protter, a South African Jew, seized about 20-30 hostages at the Israeli Consulate General where he worked as a security officer. The consulate was on the 5th-floor of an office building in downtown Johannesburg. After killing two consulate employees Protter - armed with two Uzi submachine guns, eleven pistols, a .22 pellet gun and about 2 000 rounds of ammunition - opened fire on pedestrians and motorists in Fox and Von Brandis Streets, killing 2 and wounding 82. He surrendered to police early the next morning (30 April), 19 hours after taking over the consulate.
 Egypt  Spain Madrid 1975 Egyptian Embassy attack in Madrid
August 4  United States  Malaysia Kuala Lumpur (See: Japanese Red Army)
December 4–19  Indonesia  Netherlands Amsterdam 1 1975 Indonesian Consulate attack in Amsterdam
1977 November 18  Egypt  Greece Athens 1 A group of Arab students stormed the Egyptian embassy in Athens to protest Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's historic trip to Jerusalem. Embassy guards opened fire on the protesters.[25][26]
November 18  Lebanon Beirut 1 8 A rocket fired at the Egyptian Embassy killed one security guard and wounded two other guards and six soldiers from Saudi Arabia. This incident was in response to Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's historic trip to Jerusalem.[25][26]
1978  Iraq  France Paris
1979  Costa Rica  El Salvador San Salvador
 France
February 14  United States  Iran Tehran 0 1 First Iran hostage[27]
May 18  Cuba  United States Washington D.C. Bomb detonated by Omega 7[28]
July 14  Egypt  Turkey Ankara 3 Four terrorists from the group Eagles of the Palestinian Revolution seized the Egyptian embassy in Ankara and held a number of diplomats, including the ambassador, hostage for two days.[29][30]
November 4  United States  Iran Tehran 9 Iran Hostage Crisis
November 22  Pakistan Islamabad 4 1979 U.S. Embassy Burning in Islamabad
December 2  Libya Tripoli 1979 U.S. Embassy Burning in Libya
1980 February 27 – April 27  Dominican Republic  Colombia Bogotá 1 Dominican embassy siege
January 31  Spain  Guatemala Guatemala City 36 2 1980 Spanish Embassy attack in Guatemala City
April 30 – May 5  Iran  United Kingdom London 7 Iranian Embassy siege
1981 September 24–25  Turkey  France Paris 1 1981 Turkish consulate attack in Paris
December 15  Iraq  Lebanon Beirut 61 100+ 1981 Iraqi embassy bombing
1982 May 24  France Beirut 14 22 Car bombing of the French embassy in Beirut. The Front for the Liberation of Lebanon from Foreigners claimed responsibility.[31]
December 23  Israel  Australia Sydney (See: Sydney Israeli Consulate and Hakoah Club bombings)
 Poland   Switzerland Bern
 Soviet Union  Afghanistan Kabul
1983 April 18  United States  Lebanon Beirut 64 1983 United States embassy bombing
August 27  Philippines  United States Washington, D.C. 0 Three unidentified men hurled home made bombs into the lobby of the embassy.[32]
December 12  France  Kuwait Kuwait City 0 1983 Kuwait bombings
December 12  United States 6
July 27  Turkey  Portugal Lisbon 7 1983 Turkish embassy attack in Lisbon
1984 September 20  United States  Lebanon Beirut 24 1984 U.S. embassy annex bombing
November 26  Colombia Bogota 1 7 A bomb exploded on the street adjacent to the embassy, killing one Colombian woman. Drug traffickers were believed to be responsible.[33][34]
1985 March 12  Turkey  Canada Ottawa 1 1985 attack on Turkish embassy in Ottawa
May 15  United States  Peru Lima The terrorist group Shining Path bombed a number of targets in Lima, including the Soviet and Chinese embassies. Two sticks of dynamite were thrown over the wall of the United States Ambassador's residence, causing no injuries.[34][35]
 China
 Soviet Union
1986 April 9-?  Nigeria  Philippines Makati 0 100 Nigerian students seized and occupied the Nigerian embassy for days to protest alleged neglect of the diplomatic mission over their plight
April 15  France  Libya Tripoli During 1986 United States bombing of Libya
 Japan  Indonesia Jakarta (See: Japanese Red Army)
 Canada
 United States
November  Portugal Lisbon Forças Populares 25 de Abril Attack
November 23  Turkey  Australia Melbourne 1 Melbourne Turkish consulate bombing
1987  United States  Italy Rome (See: Japanese Red Army)
 United Kingdom
 Kuwait  Iran Tehran In response to the 1987 Mecca Massacre
 Saudi Arabia
1988  Soviet Union Due to alleged Soviet support for Iraq during the Iran–Iraq war
1989  Afghanistan Kabul
September 17  United States  Colombia Bogota Suspected FARC attack
1990  Israel Tel Aviv Failed 1990 US Embassy attack in Tel Aviv[36]
 South Africa  United Kingdom London During the Poll Tax Riots
1991  Iraq  Finland Helsinki Iraqi Kurdish refugee protest on Kurdish massacre in Northern Iraq
1992  Israel  Argentina Buenos Aires 29 1992 attack on Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires
 Iran  Canada Ottawa (See: Embassy of Iran, Ottawa)
1993 July 27  United States  Peru Lima Shining Path attack
1994 26 July  Israel  United Kingdom London 0 1994 attack on Israeli embassy in London
1995  Chile  Nicaragua Managua 0 (See: Recontra 380)
17 June  France  Australia Perth 0 (See: French Consulate firebombing)
November 19  Egypt  Pakistan Islamabad 19 Attack on the Egyptian Embassy in Pakistan
6 September  Pakistan  Afghanistan Kabul 1 1995 attack on the Pakistani embassy in Kabul
September 13  United States  Russia Moscow Suspected Chechen attack
1996 December 17 – April 22 (1997)  Japan  Peru Lima 3 Japanese embassy hostage crisis
1998  Russia  Latvia Riga 0 Riga Bombing 1998
 Iran  Afghanistan Mazari Sharif 11 1998 Iranian diplomats assassination in Afghanistan
June 21  United States  Lebanon Beirut Hezbollah attack
August 7  Kenya Nairobi 212 1998 United States embassy bombings
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam 11
1999 May 7  China  Serbia and Montenegro Belgrade 3 U.S. bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade
 United States  China Beijing 0 In response to the U.S. bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade
 Myanmar  Thailand Bangkok 0 1999 Burmese Embassy Siege
2000 August 1  Philippines  Indonesia Jakarta 2 21 2000 Philippine consulate bombing
2002 January 22  United States  India Kolkata 5 Attack by gunmen on the American Centre in Kolkata.[37]
April 12  Cuba  Venezuela Caracas 0 Part of the 2002 Venezuelan coup d'état attempt
June 14  United States  Pakistan Karachi 12 2002 US consulate bombing in Karachi
October 12  Philippines  Indonesia Manado [38]
 United States Denpasar
2003 February 25  Colombia  Venezuela Caracas 0 0 [39]
 Spain 0 0 [39]
February 28  United States  Pakistan Karachi 2 0 Suspected Al-Qaeda attack
 Jordan  Iraq Baghdad 17 2003 Jordanian embassy bombing in Baghdad
 Pakistan  Afghanistan Kabul 0 0 2003 attack on Pakistan Embassy in Kabul
 Turkey  Iraq Baghdad 1 Turkish embassy bombing in Baghdad[40]
 United Kingdom  Turkey Istanbul 71 2003 Istanbul bombings
2004  Israel  Uzbekistan Tashkent 2 Tashkent embassy bombings
 United States 2
 Australia  Indonesia Jakarta 9 2004 Australian Embassy bombing in Jakarta
 Malaysia  Philippines Manila 2004 Malaysian embassy siege by protesters[citation needed]
 United States  Saudi Arabia Jeddah Jeddah consulate attack
2006 February 7  Denmark  Iran Tehran Denmark–Iran relations
March 2  United States  Pakistan Karachi 4 Suspected Al-Qaeda attack
September 12  Syria Damascus 4 Damascus bombings and other attacks
 Denmark  Lebanon Beirut
 Syria Damascus Denmark–Syria relations
 Italy  Libya Benghazi
 Pakistan  Sri Lanka Colombo 2006 attack on Pakistani ambassador to Sri Lanka
2007  United States  Greece Athens 0 Embassy of the United States, Athens
 Spain  Democratic Republic of the Congo Kinshasa
 Russia  Costa Rica San José Hostage situation.
 China  India New Delhi
2008  United States  Serbia Belgrade 1[41][42] 2008 Serbia protests
 Croatia
March 10  China  Canada Toronto 2008 Tibetan unrest
March 11  United States Washington D.C.
March 14  Canada Calgary
March 15  Australia Sydney 1
March 16  France Paris
March 20  Austria Vienna
 Hungary Budapest
 Netherlands The Hague
  Switzerland Zurich
 Israel  Mauritania Nouakchott
 Denmark  Pakistan Islamabad 2008 Danish embassy bombing in Islamabad
 India  Afghanistan Kabul 2008 Indian embassy bombing in Kabul
October  Turkey  Finland Helsinki Kurdish–Turkish conflict
 United States  Turkey Istanbul 6 2008 United States consulate in Istanbul attack
 Yemen Sana‘a 19 2008 attack on the American Embassy in Yemen
 Ethiopia  Somalia Hargeisa 30 2008 Hargeisa–Bosaso bombings
 Greece  Germany Berlin[citation needed]
2009  France  Mauritania Nouakchott 3 2009 Nouakchott suicide bombing
 Denmark  Sweden Stockholm Deportation of Iraqi Refugees[citation needed]
February 4  Holy See  Venezuela Caracas [43]
February 18  Pakistan  Iran Tehran 2009 attack on Pakistan Embassy in Tehran
 Slovakia  Hungary Budapest 2009 attack on Slovak Embassy in Budapest
July 5  China  United States Los Angeles July 2009 Ürümqi riots[44]
July 6  Germany Munich
 Netherlands Amsterdam
July 7  Norway Oslo
July 13  Turkey Ankara
August 25  Greece  Serbia Belgrade Molotov cocktails attack by anarchists in support of Greek riots.[45]
October 8  India  Afghanistan Kabul 17 2009 Kabul Indian embassy attack
2010  Belgium  Greece Athens Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei
 Bulgaria
 Chile
 Germany
 Netherlands
 Mexico
 Russia
  Switzerland
 France
  Switzerland  Italy Rome The Informal Anarchist Federation claimed credit for these mail bombs.[46]
 Chile
 Greece Alleged explosive device defused by Italian police[citation needed]
 France  Mali Bamako [47]
11 May  Pakistan  Iran Tehran 2010 attack on Pakistan ambassador to Iran
April 5  United States  Pakistan Peshawar 6 2010 Peshawar bombings
26 February  India  Afghanistan Kabul 18 (9 Indians) February 2010 Kabul attack
2011 26 May  Serbia  Russia Moscow Attacked by National Bolshevik Party activists as a response to arrest of Ratko Mladić.
 France  Syria Damascus Syrian civil war[48]
 United States
9–10 September  Israel  Egypt Cairo 2011 attack on Israeli Embassy in Egypt
 United States  Afghanistan Kabul 2011 Kabul Attacks[49]
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo [50]
 France  Syria Damascus Syrian civil war[51]
 Turkey
 Saudi Arabia
29 November  United Kingdom  Iran Tehran 2011 attack on the British Embassy in Iran
2012 January 8  Japan  South Korea Seoul A Chinese man hurled four petrol bombs at the Japanese mission in protest of Japan's war crimes during the World War II.[52]
 Belarus  Kyrgyzstan Bishkek [53]
 United States  Egypt Cairo 2012 attack on the American Embassy in Egypt[54]
July 9  Japan  South Korea Seoul [55]
September 11  United States  Libya Benghazi 4 4 (possibly as many as 30) U.S. Consulate attack in Benghazi. Official and unofficial accounts vary on the number of Americans injured, from 4 to as many as 30.[56][57][58][59]
 Yemen Sana'a 2012 attack on the American Embassy in Yemen[60]
 Tunisia Tunis
 Germany  Sudan Khartoum 2012 attack on the German Embassy in Sudan
 Japan  China Shenyang 0 2012 attack on the Japanese Consulate in Shenyang
2013 1 February  United States  Turkey Ankara 2 2013 United States embassy bombing in Ankara
 France  Libya Tripoli 0 AQIM Attack
July 25  United Arab Emirates 0 Rocket-propelled grenade attack.[61]
June 29  Pakistan 2013 attack on Pakistan Embassy in Tripoli
August 3  India  Afghanistan Jalalabad 9 21 [62]
August 7  Pakistan  India New Delhi 2013 attack on Pakistan Embassy in New Delhi
September 13  United States  Afghanistan Herat 2 20 2013 attack on U.S. consulate in Herat
October 3  Russia  Libya Tripoli 1 [63]
November 5  Holy See  Syria Damascus [64]
November 8  Serbia  Croatia Rijeka [65]
November 11  Russia  Poland Warsaw [66]
November 19  Iran  Lebanon Beirut 20+ 50+ Iranian embassy bombings
December 19  Pakistan  Bangladesh Dhaka 2013 siege of the Pakistani embassy in Dhaka
2014 22 May  India  Afghanistan Herat 2014 attack on Indian consulate in Herat, Afghanistan[67]
June 14  Russia  Ukraine Kiev 0 0 Attack following[68] the downing of a plane with 49 Ukrainian troops near Luhansk carried out by pro-Russian militants using weapon probably from Russia.[69][70]
November 13  Egypt  Libya Tripoli 0 0
 United Arab Emirates 0 0
2015 January 17  Algeria 0 3
February 22  Iran 0 0
April 12  South Korea 2 1
April 13  Morocco 0 0
April 21  Spain 0 0
June 12  Tunisia 0 0
June 24  United Arab Emirates  Somalia Mogadishu 3 7
July 8  Thailand  Turkey Istanbul 6th anniversary of the Ürümqi riots
July 9  China Ankara
July 11  Italy  Egypt Cairo 1 4 Suspected ISIS attack
July 24  China  Australia Sydney 0 1 7th anniversary of the 2008 Tibetan unrest
July 26  Somalia Mogadishu 12 0 Suspected Al-Shabaab attack
July 29  Niger  Egypt Cairo 1 2 Suspected Al Qaeda attack
August 10  United States  Turkey Istanbul 0 1 Suspected DHKP-C attack
September 20  Russia  Syria Damascus 0 0
November 25  Turkey  Russia Moscow 0 0 Attack following the downing a bomber aircraft by Turkey near the border between Syria and Turkey [71]
December 11  Spain  Afghanistan Kabul 2 9 Taliban attack
2016 January 3  Saudi Arabia  Iran Tehran and Mashhad 2016 attack on the Saudi diplomatic missions in Iran
May 11  Australia  Iraq Baghdad 1 Security contractor shot dead. investigation underway.
August 30  China  Kyrgyzstan Bishkek 1 3 [72]
November 10  Germany  Afghanistan Mazar-i-Sharif 6 120 German consulate in Mazar-i-Sharif attack: Taliban truck bombing
2017 March 29  Poland  Ukraine Lutsk 0 0 Polish consulate in Lutsk was attacked with grenade launcher[73][74]

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