List of riots

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This is a chronological list of known riots.

Seventeenth century and earlier[edit]

Representation of a massacre of the Jews in the 1349 Anti-Jew riots, that was justified by allegations that Jews were behind the Black Death Epidemic. Antiquitates Flandriae (Royal Library of Belgium manuscript 1376/77).

Eighteenth century[edit]

Paul Revere's engraving of the Boston Massacre.

Nineteenth century[edit]

the New York City Draft Riots

20th century[edit]

Bloody Sunday massacre in St. Petersburg
Captured Moplah prisoners taken after a battle with British troops in Moplah rebellion of 1921–22

1910s[edit]

1920s[edit]

1930s[edit]

Fires rage during the Bonus Army March

1940s[edit]

Dead and wounded after the 'Direct Action Day' battle between Hindus and Muslims
Tram burning in Bogota April 9, 1948

1950s[edit]

1960s[edit]

1970s[edit]

1980s[edit]

1990–2000[edit]

21st century[edit]

2001–2009[edit]

Many of Ahmedabad's buildings were set on fire during the 2002 Gujarat violence

2010s[edit]

2010[edit]

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

Tear gas being used against opposition protesters in Altamira, Caracas during the 2014 Venezuelan protests

2015[edit]

2016[edit]

Millions protesting during the Mother of All Marches, part of the 2017 Venezuelan protests

2017[edit]

2018[edit]

  • 2018 – February 1: Calais Migrant Riot: Violence between two groups of migrants, 100 Eritreans and 30 Afghans in Calais, France.
  • 2018 – April 2: Rioting in Derry, Northern Ireland, following an illegal republican march.[419]
  • 2018 – May 1: Riots broke out in Paris, France when black bloc rioters damaged local businesses, a McDonald's and set fire to cars and a bulldozer.[420]
  • 2018 – May 8–10: Prison riot in Depok, Indonesia.[421]
  • 2018 – June 25: Riots in Nigeria between Muslim herders and Christian farmers. Total 86 dead.[422]
  • 2018 – October 21: Violence between Christian and Muslim youths in Kaduna in Nigeria. Total 55 dead.[423]
  • 2018 – October 23: Garments Workers Riots in Narayanganj, Bangladesh. 5 hour clash between agitated rioting garments workers and the police force, 35 injured, 9 vehicles vandalized including a lorry set on fire.[424]
  • 2018 – November 26–27: A two-day riot broke out at USJ25, Subang Jaya, Malaysia, between two groups involving more than 10,000 people mostly Indian regarding the relocation of Seafield Sri Maha Mariamman Temple. Malay people were also involved by doing an ambush and a demonstration causing racial misunderstanding. A team of 700 policemen including Federal Reserve Unit were deployed to Subang Jaya to control the situation. An evacuation of a hotel had been done. 106 people had been arrested. Some injuries were recorded. The developer premises had been vandalized by a group of rioters. Twenty-three vehicles had been set on fire, and a police MPV and a fire engine had been damaged by the rioters. A firefighter was heavily beaten by the rioters and was later warded in intensive care unit. The victim died on December 17, 2018.[425][426]

2019[edit]

  • 2019 – January 1: Four asylum seekers attacked passers-by of whom 12 were injured near the train station in Amberg, Germany. Members of the public fled into a shop and the shop assistant locked the door to stop the rioters from entering.[427]
  • 2019 – January 14–17: Zimbabwe fuel protests erupt into national riots after a dramatic increase the price of fuel by the government, at least 12 deaths and over 600 people arrested.
  • 2019 – February 12: Riots in Haiti, 4 killed.[428]
  • 2019 – February 23: A large street brawl involving 50 individuals took place in Upplands Väsby, Sweden Masked youth threw rocks at police and three were arrested for rioting (Swedish: våldsamt upplopp).[429]
  • 2019 – March 15–October 28: 2019–20 Hong Kong protests
  • 2019 – April 8–11: Riots in Sudan.[430][431][432]
  • 2019 – April 20, riots in Northern Ireland[433]
  • 2019 – April 15, riots broke out in Nørrebro in Copenhagen, Denmark, after Islam critic Rasmus Paludan staged a demonstration in the district. 23 people were arrested for a range of offences, from refusal to obey commands issued by police, arson and violence against police. Emergency services responded to 70 fires connected to the disturbances in Nørrebro, Nordvest, Christianshavn og Amager. About 200 people took part.[434]
  • 2019 – 20 May: Riots in Oldham, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom; Violent clashes between Anti Islamic demonstrators and counter demonstrators.[435]
  • 2019 – 22 May: Riots in Jakarta, Indonesia; Peaceful protest from election results turned violent overnight.[436][437][438]
  • 2019 – June 2, Deggendorf, Germany: asylum seekers attacked police at the refugee centre. Five police were wounded and six Nigerian nationals were arrested for disturbing the peace and causing bodily harm.[439]
  • 2019 – June 3–5: Khartoum massacre in Sudan. 128 dead, over 650 injured.[440][441]
  • 2019 – June 13: Riots in Memphis, in the US following the fatal shooting of Brandon Webber by the police.[442][443][444][445]
  • 2019 – July 12: Paris and Marseille, France: after Algeria defeated Ivory Coast in the African football championships, riots broke out in Paris and Marseille. Supporters of the Algerian national team gathered on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. The celebration in Paris turned into unrest where two shops were looted. Police used tear gas in Paris and Marseille to disperse the crowds.
  • 2019 – July 26–30: Prison riots in Northern Brazil, at least 112 dead.[446]
  • 2019 – August 23: Left-wing protests against the 45th G7 summit in the French town of Biarritz degenerated into riots when participants started throwing rocks at police. Police responded with tear gas and water cannons. The rioters yelled "everybody hates the police" and "anti anti anti capitalists".[447]
  • 2019 – August 19–September 23: Riots in Papua, Indonesia. Over 30 people dead.[448][449]
  • 2019 – August 30–September 1: Riots in Glasgow, UK. Attack on Irish unity march by opposition and subsequent clash of both parties with the riot police.[450]
  • 2019 – September 1–8: Xenophobic riots in Johannesburg primarily targeting African immigrants, sparked by the death of a taxi driver. At least 12 dead and over 680 arrested.[451]
  • 2019 – September 23–October 28: Student protest in Jakarta, Indonesia turned into riots, spread nationwide. One student dead.[452]
  • 2019 – October 1–Ongoing: Anti-Government riots in Iraq, at least 93 killed, over a 1000 injured.[453][454][455][456]
  • 2019 – October 3–14: Riots in Ecuador, mass protests with protesters throwing bricks, causing arson attacks and clashing with riot police, the riots were said to be caused by fuel price hike. A State Of Emergency was issued. 8 people were killed during the course of the riots.[457]
  • 2019 – October 18–Present: Mass protests with nationwide reach in Chile caused by public transport fares increasing. A State of Emergency was issued.[458]
  • 2019 – October 20–22: Riots in Borhanuddin, Bangladesh due to an allegedly offensive Facebook post sent by a hacker. 4 dead.[459]
  • 2019 – November 16–18: 8 killed, dozens injured in political riots in Bolivia[460][461][462]
  • 2019 – November 25: Brawl between hundreds of knife yielding youths turned into violent riots a movie theater in Birmingham, UK. Tasers were used to stop rioters, 4 rioters were arrested and 7 policemen were injured.[463]
  • 2019 – December 20–26: Prison riots in Honduras, 37 killed.[464]

2020s[edit]

2020[edit]

  • 2020 – January 13–present: Riots against the ratification of the omnibus law on the Job Creation Law were still happening in various regions in Indonesia, until Thursday (8/10/2020). Many of the actions carried out by workers and students ended in chaos. Some burned tires, damaged police cars, and knocked down government office gates.[465]
  • 2020 – February–Ongoing: Riots in Thailand demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and the right to rule King Maha Vajiralongkorn.[466]
  • 2020 – February 3–5: Riots in Lesbos, Greece, violent clashes between Afghan migrants and the Greek Police. Overcrowded refugee camps have been blamed for triggering the riots.[467]
  • 2020 – February 23-March 1: North East Delhi riots in India, 53 killed.[468][469][470][471]
  • 2020 – March 9: In the town of Novi Sanzhary in Ukraine, people started rioting due to the fear that the COVID-19 pandemic was going to kill the population.[472]
  • 2020 – March 10: About 50 inmates escaped from Italian prisons as the coronavirus triggered riots and brought the country's criminal-justice system to a halt.[473]
  • 2020 – March 11: Ohio: Riot breaks out following a university's announcement of a temporary closure due to COVID-19.[474]
  • 2020 – March 13: In Italy, riots erupted in almost 50 prisons this month, leaving 13 inmates dead and 59 guards injured. Authorities said the inmates died of drug overdoses after raiding a prison infirmary.[475]
  • 2020 – March 18: Riots rock overcrowded Lebanon prisons over coronavirus fears.[476]
  • 2020 – March 21: In Israel, riots erupts after police limit entrance to Temple Mount.[477]
  • 2020 – March 23: Prison riots in Colombia following COVID-19 panic. 23 killed.[478][479][480]
  • 2020 – March 25: Prison riots break out across Argentina sparked by anger over conditions and coronavirus fears.[481][482]
  • 2020 – March 25: A migrant-detention facility in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas experienced a series of riots committed by hundreds of foreign nationals.[483]
  • 2020 – March 26: Prisoners Riot in Luxembourg Amid Restrictions on Visitors. Luxembourg's main prison erupted in violence overnight after about 25 inmates started rioting, forcing several police units to intervene.[484]
  • 2020 – April 11: Prison riot in Siberia, Russia, prison set ablaze.[485]
  • 2020 – April 12: Prison riot in Manado, Indonesia.[486]
  • 2020 – May 24-Ongoing: Riots in Belarus broke out after Lukashenko claimed a landslide victory in Sunday's presidential election, the results of which were criticized amid allegations of fraud.
  • 2020 – May 26-Ongoing: Nationwide riots in the United States, after the police killing of an unarmed black man in Minneapolis, George Floyd, during arrest by a police officer placing his knee on the victim's neck. Protesters and the police clashed for several days, leaving at least 30 dead in or near riot or protest zones. Numerous incidents of property destruction and arson attacks took place during the rioting.[487][488][489][490][491][492]
  • 2020 – June 11–17: 2020 Dijon riots
  • 2020 – June 20–21: 2020 Stuttgart riot, where hundreds of people fought police and looted shops in Stuttgart after police investigated a 17-year-old for narcotics, Germany after police investigated an incident involving drugs. A dozen police were injured.[493]
  • 2020 – 29 July 4: Riots in Ethiopia over the death of a musician, 81 people killed.[494]
  • 2020 – July 7: The crowd was annoyed by President Aleksandar Vucic's announcement to impose a weekend curfew to eradicate the Covid-19 pandemic that led to riots in Serbia.
  • 2020 – July 24: Riots in Satbayev, Kazakhstan, violent mob tried to lynch a man who was suspected of raping a 5 year old girl resulted in homes and police cars being damaged, police injured and 4 arrests.[495]
  • 2020 – August 4-Ongoing: Riots in Beirut, Lebanon following the 2020 Beirut explosions.[496]
  • 2020 – August 12: Riots in Bangalore, India, 3 rioters killed in police firing.[497][498]
  • 2020 – August 23-September 1: Riots in Kenosha Wisconsin, Sparked by the police shooting of Jacob Blake.[499]
  • 2020 – August 23–October 16: Riots in Libya.
  • 2020 – August 29: Riots in Malmö, Sweden: about 300 people rioted in the Rosengård of Malmö. The unrest broke out at 1900 in the evening after activists from the Danish Hard Line party had burned a Quran during the afternoon and posted a film of their manifestation on social media. Swedish autorities had earlier denied Hard Line party leader Rasmus Paludan a permit to hold a demonstration featuring the burning of the Quran and he was stopped at the border. The rioters set fire to property and attacked police officers and police vehicle with rocks while chanting antisemitic slogans.[500][501]
  • 2020 – September 25: DR Congo jail riots, mass rape of at least 25 women committed by rioting inmates who broke free from the jail, while around 20 people died of the initiated violence before the situation was brought under control.[502]
  • 2020 – October 25: Riots in Nigeria, at least 12 people killed.[503]
  • 2020 – October 29: Prison riots in Herat, Afghanistan, 8 inmates killed during the violence.[504][505]
  • 2020 – December 7–9: Riots in Indonesia by followers of Islamist religious leader Rizieq Shihab. Six rioters killed in police firing.[506][507]

2021[edit]

See also[edit]

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