List of rampage killers (Africa and the Middle East)

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This section of the list of rampage killers contains those cases that occurred in Africa and the Middle East.

This section does not include school massacres; workplace killings; religious, political, or racial crimes; or mass murders that took place primarily in a domestic environment, like familicides, which are covered in their own categories. Cases where the primary motive for the murders was to facilitate or cover up another felony, like robbery, are also excluded.

A rampage killer has been defined as follows:

A rampage involves the (attempted) killing of multiple persons least partly in public space by a single physically present perpetrator using (potentially) deadly weapons in a single event without any cooling-off period.[1]

This list should contain every case with at least one of the following features:

  • Rampage killings with 6 or more dead
  • Rampage killings with at least 4 people killed and least ten victims overall (dead plus injured)
  • Rampage killings with at least 2 people killed and least 12 victims overall (dead plus injured)
  • An incidence of rampage killing shall not be included in this list if it does not include at least two people killed.
  • In all cases the perpetrator is not counted among those killed or injured.

All abbreviations used in the table are explained below.

Rampage killers[edit]

Perpetrator Date Year Location Country Killed Injured W Additional Notes Ref.
1. Unek, William, 27[n 1][n 2] 02.11 Jan. 1
Feb. 11
1954
1957
Mahagi
Malampaka
Belgian Congo
Tanganyika
21
36
30+
 M
FMA
Killed by police Loc: Spree; Occ: Police officer; W: Rifle, Axe, Knife?, Hands, Arson; Rel: Wife?
2. Komakech, Richard[n 1] 06.26 June 26 1994 Kampala Uganda
26
13
F Killed by one of his victim's father Loc: Wedding reception???; Occ: Soldier; W: Semi-autmoatic rifle; Rel: None?
3. Unknown[n 2] 03.25 March 25/26 1994 Ta'izz Yemen
22
?
F Killed by police [2] Loc: Spree?; Occ: ---; W: Gun; Rel: Mother, wife
4. Unknown Police Officer[n 1] 04.15 April 15 1983 Asureti Uganda
21
?
F Committed suicide [3] Loc: Funeral; Occ: Police officer; W: Gun; Rel: ---
5. Omar Abdul Razeq Abdullah Rifai, 28[n 2] 08.21 Aug. 21 2013 Meet Al Attar Egypt
15
?
F Shot dead
involved in the deaths of 23 people in 2008
Loc: Village; Occ: --- W: Automatic rifle; Rel: Apparently two
6. Unknown Soldier[n 1] 11.06 Nov. 6 1995 Nshili Rwanda
14–17
19
FM Committed suicide [4] Loc: Bar?/Hospital?; Occ: Soldier; W: Gun, Knife?; Rel: ---
7. Siavash Rahmani-Aqdam, 22[n 1] 11.26 Nov. 26/28 1998 Tehran Iran
14
11
F Killed by police [5] Loc: Spree; Occ: Soldier; W: ---; Rel: ---
8. Two unknown men 1936 Aksum Turkey
14
03
3
FM Both were killed [6] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
9. Khumalo, Banda, 38[n 1] 12.04 Dec. 4 1977 Bulawayo Rhodesia
13
16
F Killed by police [7] Loc: Spree; Occ: Police officer; W: Shotgun; Rel: ---
10. Ogwang, Alfred, 28[n 1] 12.26 Dec. 26 1994 Kamwenge Uganda
13
14
F Convicted Loc: Disco; Occ: Police officer; W: SMG rifle; Rel: None
11. Unknown 11.05 Nov. 5 2016 Juba South Sudan
13
10
F Unsolved [8] Loc: Bar; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
12. Fekadu Nasha[n 1] 05.12 May 12 2013 Bahir Dar Ethiopia
12–18
2
F Died [9] Loc: House/Home intruder?; Occ: Police officer; W: Gun; Rel: ---
13. Mogo[n 2] 05.12 May 12 1929 Kitale Kenya
12
1
 M Sentenced to death [10] Loc: Spree; Occ: Farm worker; W: Spear; Rel: wife, two children
14. Obwara, Lazaro, 55 07.28 July 28 1950 Kampala Uganda
12
0
 M Arrested Loc: Hospital; Occ: ---; W: Knife; Rel: None
15. Ben Jebir, 28[n 2] 03.25 March 25 1985 Fahs Tunisia
12
?
F Committed suicide;
Killed an unborn child
[11] Loc: Domestic?; Occ: Farmer; W: Shotgun; Rel: Mother, Sister, Wife (pregnant)
16. Vukwana, Bulelani, 29 02.09 Feb. 9 2002 East London South Africa
11
6
F Committed suicide Loc: Spree; Occ: Security guard; W: Two 9mm pistols; Rel: GF
17. Amanyire, Chris[n 1] April 11 2014 Karugutu Uganda
10
25
F Committed suicide [12] Loc: Nightclub; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
18. Abdullah Saleh Zaid al-Kohali, 26
(عبد الله صالح زيد القهالي)
05.30 May 30 2008 Bait al-Aqari Yemen
10
15
F Sentenced to death and executed [13] Loc: Mosque; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
19. Odoch, Patrick Okot[n 1] 03.09 March 9 2013 Pakele & Gogonya Uganda
10
3
F Sentenced to 90 years in prison Loc: Bar, street; Occ: Soldier; W: AK-47; Rel: None
20. Karanja, Peter[n 1] 11.06 Nov. 6 2010 Siakago Kenya
10
0
F Arrested [14] Loc: Spree; Occ: Police officer; W: Heckler & Koch G3; Rel: None (GF targeted)
21. Delport, Carel Johannes, 36[n 2] 01.20 Jan. 20 1992 Ladysmith South Africa
9
19
F A Sentenced to 39 years in prison
had killed two people previously
[15] Loc: Farm, Others; Occ: Farmer; W: Ruger Mini-14, Revolver, Arson; Rel: Father
22. Unknown 02.04 Feb. 4 1974 Calabar Nigeria
9
7
 M [16] Loc: House/Home intruder?; Occ: Farmer; W: Hatchet; Rel: ---
23. Shawkat Fouad Shakar, 28 Sep. 23 1991 Maasser el-Chouf Lebanon
9
3
F Arrested [17] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
24. Unknown Soldier[n 1] 03.12 March 12 1935 Beirut Lebanon
9
2
F Arrested [18] Loc: Spree; Occ: Soldier; W: Gun; Rel: None?
25. Unknown 01.14 Jan. 14 2001 Brazzaville Republic of Congo
9
2
F Committed suicide [19] Loc: Apartment building/Home intruder? ; Occ: ---; W: Gun; Rel: ---
26. Mohsin Yahya Munassar Al-Hilali, 38
(محسن يحيى منصر الهلالي)
07.30 July 30 2003 Mish'al Yemen
9
1
F Sentenced to death [20] Loc: Mosque; Occ: ---; W: Machine-gun; Rel: None?
27. Muhamali[n 2] 1924 Tanganyika
9
0
Committed suicide [21] Loc: House, street; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: Wife
28. Unknown 01.21 Jan. 21 1961 Sunyani Ghana
9
?
 M Arrested [22]
29. Unknown[n 2] 11.00 Nov. 1996 Iran
9
?
Shot dead [23] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
30. Ugwu, Onyekachi[n 2] Oct. 13 2015 Ngelefi Nigeria
9
?
 MA At large
Killed several animals
[24]
31. Kalanga Bukoba District Tanganyika
9
?
Committed suicide [25] Loc: Spree?; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
32. Ehlil, Nebil, 23 04.16 April 16 1969 İshaklar Turkey
8–10
6–8
F Killed by police [26] Loc: Spree?; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
33. Ogunbiyi, Sunkanmi[n 1][n 2] March 27 2014 Eleweran Nigeria
8–9
1
F Committed suicide [27] Loc: House; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
34. Swart, Stephanus Andries Johannes, 37[n 2] 05.06 May 6 1927 Charlestown South Africa
8–9
3
F Committed suicide [28] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
35. Unknown 04.27 April 27 1912 Steamboat Africa
8
23
 M Shot dead [29] Loc: Ship; Occ: ---; W: Axe; Rel: ---
36. Unknown Soldier, 18[n 1] 03.27 March 27 1981 Omashaka Namibia
8
12
F Arrested [30] Loc: Store; Occ: Soldier; W: Automatic rifle; Rel: ---
37. Unknown Aug. 23 1974 El Motamadia Egypt
8
6
F [31] Loc: Funeral; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
38. Suleiman Mohammed Abdul-Hamid Khater, 24[n 1]
(سليمان خاطر)
10.05 Oct. 5 1985 Ras Burqa Egypt
8
4
F Sentenced to life imprisonment [32] Loc: Stationary/Workplace; Occ: Soldier; W: ---; Rel: None
39. Katwesigye, Moses Katoko[n 2] April 21 2016 Kiruruma Uganda
8
3
F Sentenced to 90 years in prison [33] Loc: Military camp, trading center; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
40. Unknown Soldier[n 1] Feb. 3/4 1933 Lomé Togo
8
2
F Killed by soldiers [34] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
41. Mateane, Chippa, 42[n 1][n 2] 04.03 April 3 2006 Gauteng South Africa
8
2
F Killed by police
Killed an unborn child
Bystander run over and killed by police
[35] Loc: Spree; Occ: Police officer; W: ---; Rel: ---
42. Abdullah Ahmed Barkani[n 1] 04.27 April 27 1997 Mukayras Yemen
8
1
F Arrested [36] Loc: Polling Station; Occ: Soldier; W: ---; Rel: ---
43. Beukes, Sylvester, 22
Beukes, Gavin, 25
03.04 March 4/5 2005 Kareeboomvloer Namibia
8
0
F A Both arrested
Killed an unborn child
[37] Loc:Farm/Home Intruder/Contract killing?; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
44. Unknown 09.00 Sep. 1929 Masindi Uganda
8
?
Arrested [38] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
45. Kiti 1940 Rumuruti district Kenya
8
?
 MA Sentenced to prison [39] Loc: Houses; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
46. Mohammed Naji Ahmed al-Amari
(محمد ناجي أحمد العماري)
08.19 Aug. 19/21 2012 Qataba Yemen
7–10
11–13
F Shot dead
Killed a person in 2008
[40] Loc: Mosque; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
47. Piruz Nahavandi
(پیروز نهاوندی)
10.31 Oct. 31 0644 644 Medina Rashidun Caliphate
7–10
3–6
 M Committed suicide Loc: Mosque/spree?; Occ: Carpenter; W: Two bladed dagger; Rel: ---
48. Nabeneza, Germain, 35[n 2] 11.13 Nov. 13 1994 La Grande Montée Réunion
7–8
1
F Committed suicide [41] Loc:Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: Yes/3
49. Soera Brotto 09.25 Sep. 25/26 1786 Cape Town Cape Colony
7
10
 M Sentenced to death and executed [42] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
50. Unknown 03.03 March 3 1998 Al-Minya Egypt
7
9
F [43] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---; Home intruder?
51. Unknown 05.27 May 27 1957 Fort Hall District Kenya
7
6
 M Arrested [44] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: Bush-knife (Panga?); Rel: ---
52. Ahmed Daqamseh, 26[n 1]
(أحمد الدقامسة)
03.13 March 13 1997 Island of Peace Jordan
7
6
F Sentenced to 20 years imprisonment [45] Loc: Spree; Occ: Soldier; W: M-16; Rel: None
53. Mucunguzi, Nicholas[n 1] 05.02 May 2 2009 Kampala Uganda
7
6
F Committed suicide or shot dead [46] Loc: Bar; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
54. Abdu Ahmed Mohammed Nasser Al Harazi, 44
(عبده أحمد محمد ناصر الحرزي)
07.07 July 7 2008 Aden Yemen
7
5
F Died of cancer while awaiting trial
Killed one and wounded several others in a similar incident a few years prior
[47] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
55. Gaferiza, Alexandre[n 1]
Furaha, Joseph[n 1]
Sep. 20 1998 Mininja Rwanda
7
4
F E Gaferiza was arrested [48] Loc: Bar; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
56. Two unknown men June 2000 Aal Baseer Yemen
7
3
F Both were shot dead [49] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
57. Unknown Soldier[n 1] 06.18 June 18 2007 Waat Sudan
7
3
F Killed by soldiers [50] Loc: ---; Occ: Soldier; W: ---; Rel: ---
58. Malam Kaigama Alhaji Jikurko, 30[n 2] 08.24 Aug. 24 2008 Jakusko Nigeria
7
3
 M Arrested [51] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
59. Lino, Africano Abono[n 1][n 2] 10.15 Oct. 15 2006 Laguti Uganda
7
2+
F Sentenced to death [52] Loc: House/Tent/Home Intruder?; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---; Vic: wife, child, father-in-law, four others
60. Amou N'Talit Tademalit 05.13 May 13–15 1951 Tadla-Azilal Morocco
7
2
F Arrested [53] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
61. Bekçe, Yiğit, 29
Karahasan, Mehmet, 24
10.20 Oct. 20–22 2006 Kocaeli, Ankara, Mersin, Adana, Bursa Turkey
7
2
F Both were sentenced to life imprisonment [54] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
62. Obua, Isaac[n 1] June 16 2016 Kampala Uganda
7
1–2
F Shot dead [55] Loc: Military camp; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
63. Mohammed Halabi, 32 Oct. 1989 Tel Aviv & Jaffa Israel
7
0
 M Sentenced to life imprisonment [56]
64. Unknown 09.00 Sep. 1951 Egypt
7
?
F Arrested [57] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: Pistol; Rel: ---
65. Unknown 11.00 Nov. 1964 Transvaal Province South Africa
7
?
 M [58] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: Axe, Knife?; Rel: ---
66. Josef, Lukas, 21[n 1] 11.08 Nov. 8 1980 Ondangwa Namibia
7
?
F Arrested [59] Loc: ---; Occ: Soldier; W: G3; Rel: ---
67. Unknown 10.15 Oct. 15 1997 Yemen
7
?
F [60] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: Rifle; Rel: ---
68. Michael, Bawa[n 1] 11.11 Nov. 11 2001 Kaduna Nigeria
7
?
F Sentenced to death [61] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
69. Lemba Abdallah, Alain[n 1] 05.04 May 4/5 2013 Mongo Democratic Republic of the Congo
6–7
6–7
F Sentenced to death [62] Loc: Funeral; Occ: Soldier; W: Gun; Rel: ---
70. Ngobi, Fred[n 1] 03.23 March 23 1998 Kampala Uganda
6–7
0–1
F Committed suicide [63] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
71. Unknown 06.03 June 3 2008 Al-Sail Saudi Arabia
6
17
F Arrested [64] Loc: House; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
72. Mohammad A., 65[n 2] 08.24 Aug. 24 2009 Shahriar Iran
6
11
F Arrested [65] Loc: Stationary; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
73. Opwonya, Kenneth Albino[n 1] July 2 2008 Omiya-Nyima IDP camp Uganda
6
8
F Sentenced to death [66] Loc: Disco; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
74. Ndayisaba, Jean-Claude, 21[n 1] 10.08 Oct. 8 1999 Ruyaga Burundi
6
7
F Sentenced to death [67] Loc: Protection camp; Occ: Soldier; W: Gun; Rel: None
75. Mahmud Taha Ahmad Sueilem, 54
(محمود طه أحمد سويلم)
07.06 July 6 2010 Meniel Shiha Egypt
6
6
F Arrested [68] Loc: Bus; Occ: Bus driver; W: ---; Rel: ---
76. Unknown 04.02 April 2 1960 Bailundo Angola
6
5
 M Arrested [69] Loc: Asylum; Occ: ---; W: Knife?; Rel: ---
77. Jamshid Soleimani, 60 10.00 Oct. 2002 Mahallat Iran
6
5
F A Committed suicide [70] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: Hunting rifle, Arson; Rel: ---
78. Lombard, Petrus Lafras, 48 1954 Morgenzon South Africa
6
4
F Committed suicide [71] Loc: ---; Occ: Farmer; W: Gun; Rel: None
79. Unknown Police Officer[n 1] 01.06 Jan. 6 1967 Cairo Egypt
6
4
[72] Loc: ---; Occ: Police officer?; W: ---; Rel: GF?
80. Unknown Police Officer[n 1][n 2] Nov. 6 2000 Aïn Bouchekif Algeria
6
4
F V Committed suicide [73] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: Wife, three children
81. Ali Ali Rasheed
(علي علي رشيد)
06.10 June 10 2011 Hamalan Yemen
6
4
F Arrested [74] Loc: Mosque; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
82. Nkurunziza, Viateur[n 1] 05.10 May 10 1998 Gikongoro Rwanda
6
3
F Shot dead [75] Loc: Spree; Occ: Soldier; W: Sub-machine gun; Rel: ---
83. Unknown, 26 01.11 Jan. 11 2017 Arak Iran
6
2
F Sentenced to death and executed [76] Loc: Houses; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
84. Nivome, Aro 05.21 May 21 1971 Abakaliki Nigeria
6
1
 M Sentenced to death [77] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
85. Unknown, 35 10.31 Oct. 31 1984 Chrissiesmeer South Africa
6
1
 M Arrested
Also killed two dogs and two chickens
[78] Loc: Farm, Spree; Occ: Farm laborer; W: Rock, Pickaxe; Rel: ---
86. Wanyama, Andrew[n 1] 09.27 Sep. 27 2007 Arua Uganda
6
1
F Killed by soldiers [46][79] Loc: Disco; Occ: Soldier; W: ---; Rel: ---; Vic: four soldiers, three others: Workplace killing
87. Unknown 12.00 Dec. 1958 Nzega District Tanganyika
6
?
F Committed suicide [80] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
88. Unknown, 30[n 2] 08.29 Aug. 29 1982 Soweto South Africa
6
?
 M Arrested [81] Loc: Hospital; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: Two children
89. Yego, Kibor, 18 06.07 June 7 2006 Marakwet District Kenya
6
?
F Arrested [82] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
90. Unknown 01.23 Jan. 23 1961 Krobo Ghana
6
?
F [83] Loc: ---; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
91. Unknown 08.10 Aug. 10 1935 Buta Belgian Congo
5–6
?
F Committed suicide [84] Loc: House?; Occ: ---; W: Revolver; Rel: GF?
92. Abdallah Ahmed Yahia Zeid Ghassan
(عبد الله يحيى غسان)
03.05 March 5 2004 Dhamar Yemen
5
30
F E Committed suicide [85] Loc: Mosque; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
93. Ayman Mohammed Hassan, 23 11.25 Nov. 25 1990 Eilat Israel
5
26
F Sentenced to 12 years [86] Loc: Stationary???; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
94. Unknown Sailor 01.00 1870s Muscat Oman
5
20
≈20
 M Killed [87] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
95. Mustapha[n 1] 01.30 Jan. 30 1895 Constantinople Ottoman Empire
5
14
 M Sentenced to death, later changed to 15 years in prison [88] Loc: Spree; Occ: Soldier; W: ---; Rel: ---
96. Unknown Police Officer[n 1] 10.08 Oct. 8 1985 Djerba Tunisia
5
11
F Arrested [89] Loc: Synagogue; Occ: Police Officer; W: ---; Rel: ---
97. van Heerden, Cornelius Johannes Petrus, 22 11.26 Nov. 26 1931 Bethlehem South Africa
5
6
F Committed suicide [90] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: Rifle, revolver; Rel: None
98. Unknown, 50 06.07 June 7 1868 Trebizond Ottoman Empire
4–10+
7–14
 M Sentenced to death and executed [91] Loc: Street; Occ: Shopkeeper; W: Kama; Rel: ---
99. Jubran Musa’id Qassim Ash-shami, 20 01.10 Jan. 10 2001 Yanour Yemen
4
18
F [92] Loc: Mosque; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
100. Unknown Soldier[n 1] 09.24 Sep. 24 1956 Ramat Rachel Israel
4
17
F Arrested [93] Loc: Stationary?; Occ: Soldier; W: ---; Rel: ---
101. Fortune, Christo Brian, 31 07.01 July 1 2002 Postmasburg South Africa
4
9
FM Sentenced to four consecutive life terms [94] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
102. Unknown 04.14 April 14 1956 Nairobi Kenya
4
8
 M Arrested [95] Loc: Train; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
103. Smith, Leopold, 34[n 2] June 17 1963 Umtali Rhodesia
4
7
F Sentenced to death and executed [96] Loc: Farm; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
104. Unknown 02.00 Feb. 2001 Shueib Yemen
4
7
F [97] Loc: Mosque; Occ: ---; W: Pistol; Rel: ---; Multiple offenders?
105. Angulu, George[n 1] May 21 2015 Karenga Uganda
4
7
F Committed suicide [98] Loc: Trading center; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
106. Abdul-Fattah Saleh Ali Al-Ghamri, 34
(ويدعى عبد الفتاح القمري)
06.11 June 11 2004 Jabal Al-Lessi Yemen
4
6
F Killed by police
Al-Ghamri's sister killed during shootout
[99] Loc: Mosque; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
107. Unknown Police Officer[n 1] 03.28 March 28 2012 Tudun Wada Nigeria
4
6
F Arrested [100] Loc: ---; Occ: Police Officer; W: ---; Rel: ---
108. Duba, Boy, 20 03.22 March 22 2009 Mayflower South Africa
3
9–13
 M Arrested [101] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---
109. Unknown 08.01 Aug. 1 2009 Tel Aviv Israel
2
11–15
F Unsolved [102] Loc: Nightclub; Occ: ---; W: Pistol (9mm); Rel: None
110. Unknown, 30 10.08 Oct. 8 2009 Ta’if Saudi Arabia
2
10
F Arrested [103] Loc: Spree; Occ: ---; W: ---; Rel: ---

Abbreviations and footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an Assailant was a member of the military, police, or a comparable force at the time of the rampage.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t At least one of the victims was a relative of the assailant.

W – A basic description of the weapons used in the murders

F – Firearms and other ranged weapons, especially rifles and handguns, but also bows and crossbows, grenade launchers, flamethrowers, or slingshots
M – Melee weapons, like knives, swords, spears, machetes, axes, clubs, rods, stones, or bare hands
O – Any other weapons, such as bombs, hand grenades, Molotov cocktails, poison and poisonous gas, as well as vehicle and arson attacks
A – indicates that an arson attack was the only other weapon used
V – indicates that a vehicle was the only other weapon used
E – indicates that explosives of any sort were the only other weapon used
P – indicates that an anaesthetising or deadly substance of any kind was the only other weapon used (includes poisonous gas)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Seeger, Thorsten (ed.) School Shootings: International Research, Case Studies, and Concepts for Prevention; Springer, 2012.
  2. ^ – Yemeni gunman kills 22, AFP (March 26, 1994)
    – Amokläufer in Jemen tötet 22 Personen, Neue Zürcher Zeitung (March 29, 1994)
    – Amok: 22 Tote, Blick (March 28, 1994)
  3. ^ During the funeral of a colleague, in the village of Asureti, a Ugandan special forces officer began shooting and finally committed suicide. 16 people died on the spot, another five later succumbed to their wounds, bringing the number of killed to 21, of which two were policemen.
    Sources:
    – Officer kills 16, The Gleaner (April 16, 1983)
    16 Killed at Ugandan Funeral, The New York Times (April 16, 1983)
    – Policeman kills 21 at funeral, The Times (April 16, 1983)
    – Mourners killed, The Daily Sentinel, Pomeroy (April 16, 1983)
  4. ^ Soldier kills 14 before committing suicide, The Independent (November 8, 1995)
    – Un soldat rwandais tue 14 personnes et en blesse 19 autres, AFP (November 7, 1995)
    L'île d'Iwawa a été «nettoyée», Le Soir (November 8, 1995)
    ANC Daily News Briefing – Nairobi, e-tools.co.za (November 9, 1995)
    Question of the Violation of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms in any Part of the World, with Particular Reference to Colonial and other Dependent Countries and Territories, UN Commission on Human Rights (January 29, 1996)
  5. ^ Iranian police shoot serviceman after 14 killed in rampage, BBC (November 28, 1998)
    Defected Soldier Kills 6, Wounds Several, Tehran Times (November 29, 1998)
  6. ^ Mass village murder – Killers run amok at wedding, The Canberra Times (January 13, 1937)
    – Turks in Feud Take Lives of Fifteen, The Evening Tribune (August 22, 1936)
    – Take 15 Lives, New Mexican (August 28, 1936)
  7. ^ Of reasons unknown around 7pm a Rhodesian policeman began shooting with a shotgun in the Mzilikazi township of Bulawayo, killing four and injuring another. About 30 minutes after his first murders the man entered the Ross police camp and started shooting once again, killing nine, five of them children and three policemen, and wounding 15, before police was able to put an end to his life.
    Source: Berzerk policeman kills 13, The Rustin Leader (December 5, 1977)
    Rhodesian Policeman Kills 14, The New York Times (December 5, 1977)
    Berserk Policeman kills 13, Reading Eagle (December 5, 1977)
    Off-duty policeman kills 13, Eugene Register-Guard (December 5, 1977)
    – Gunman shoots 13 dead, The Rhodesia Herald (December 5, 1977)
    – Detective sergeant was gunman, The Rhodesia Herald (December 6, 1977)
  8. ^ [1]
  9. ^ Identity of Bahir Dar mass shooter still undisclosed, ethsat.com (May 13, 2013)
    Bahir Dar Rebel Attack Death Toll Rises to 14, ethiomedia.com (May 14, 2013)
    A Mass killer identified, Disclosed: And He Was Found Dead!, addistar.com (May 14, 2013)
    Police named officer who shot to death twelve people in Bahir Dar, Addis Standard (May 14, 2013)
    Federal police officer who fatally shot 12 people in Bahir Dar named, tigraionline.com (May 15, 2013)
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    "Witchcraft" murders, The Singapore Free Press and Mercantile Advertiser (July 6, 1929)
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    Farmer kills 12 with shotgun, Eugene Register-Guard (March 27, 1985)
    Tunisian Farmer Kills 12, Los Angeles Times (March 28, 1985)
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    Gunman kills 7 worshipers, wounds 10 others at Amran mosque, Yemen Times (May 31, 2008)
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    Kenyan AP shoots 10 dead in pursuit of love, The Standard (November 7, 2010)
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    Body Parts To Help Police Investigate Chinese Murder, The New Vision (March 31, 1998)
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    فشل في العثور على غريميه فارتكب مذبحة في أقاربهما, Al-Watan (October 9, 2009)
    Gunman confesses to killing two in Taif, Arab News (October 12, 2009)