Israel: In the first suicide bombing since the start of the Iraq war, a Palestinian suicide bomber detonated himself outside a crowded cafe in the Mediterranean coastal city of Netanya, wounding nearly 40 people, two of them critically.
Russia: A truck bomb attack on a government building in the Chechen town of Znamenskoye kills 59.
Russia: Two female suicide bombers attacked Chechen Administrator Mufti Akhmed Kadyrov during a religious festival in Iliskhan Yurt. Kadyrov escaped injury, but 14 people were killed and 43 were wounded. Chechen rebel leader Shamil Basayev claimed responsibility.
Morocco: Casablanca Attacks by twelve suicide bombers on five "Western and Jewish" targets in Casablanca leave 41 dead and over 100 injured. Attack attributed to a Moroccan al-Qaeda-linked group.
Israel: A suicide bomber detonated himself next to a pregnant Israeli woman and her husband at a public square in Hebron. Hamas claimed responsibility.
Israel: A suicide bomber disguised as a religious Jew detonated on a bus in Jerusalem.
Israel: A suicide bomber on a bicycle attacked an Israeli checkpoint on the Gaza Strip. Hamas claimed responsibility.
Israel: In the fifth suicide bombing in two days, a female Palestinian student suicide bomber detonated at the main entrance to the Shaarei Amakim mall in Afula.
Afghanistan: A suicide bomber in a taxi cab filled with explosives slams into a bus carrying German ISAF troops, killing four soldiers and one Afghan national.
Israel: A Hamas Palestinian suicide bomber, dressed as an ultra-Orthodox Jew, detonated his explosives belt on a bus in downtown Jerusalem. Palestinian terrorists have attempted 11 suicide bombings and murdered 23 Israelis in the last 4 days, since Palestinians "accepted" the "roadmap for peace" and the end of violence.
Israel: A Palestinian suicide bomber detonated a bag of explosives in a grocery store located in Moshav Sde Trumot, Israel. Avner Mordechai, 63, the owner of the store, was critically injured in the blast, and later died of his injuries.
Russia: 15 people die and 40 are injured in bomb attacks at a rock festival in Moscow.
Israel: A Palestinian suicide bomber detonated his explosives inside the home of Mazal Afari, 65, a resident of Moshav Kfar Yavetz, east of Netanya, Israel, killing her and three of her grandchildren were lightly injured, the bombing caused the house to collapse.
Russia: A bomb blast on a passenger train near Kislovodsk in southern Russia kills seven people and injures 90.
Israel: Two Palestinian suicide bombings, the first at a crowded bus stop near Tel Aviv, the second five hours later at a popular Jerusalem nightspot. Among the victims of the bombings was the head of a Jerusalem hospital emergency room and his 20-year-old daughter who was going to get married later that evening.
Sweden: Foreign MinisterAnna Lindh dies in the early morning of September 11, 2003, following a knife attack in Stockholm on the afternoon of September 10. Mijailo Mijailović is later arrested and sentenced for the assassination. Mijailović is said to have been greatly angered by Lindh's staunch support for the U.S.-led military campaign against Serbia.
Colombia: A bomb strapped to a horse kills eight and injures 15 in the village of Chita. The attack is blamed on FARC, as the same technique had been used in the past.
Colombia: A motorcycle packed with explosives kills ten and injures 54 in downtown Florencia, capital of Caquetá. Rebel group FARC is blamed.
Saudi Arabia: A suicide car bomber targeted the Muhaya residential compound, which was occupied mainly by nationals of other Arab countries. The next day, Deputy Secretary of State Armitage said al-Qaeda was probably responsible.
Colombia: A grenade attack from a motorcycle kills two and injures seventy in the Bogotá Beer Company, a popular pub in Bogotá. Two FARC members were captured.
November 15 and November 20
Turkey: Four suicide truck bombers detonate at two synagogues, the British Consulate, and the HSBC Bank in Istanbul, killing 67 and wounding 700 in the 2003 Istanbul Bombings.
Russia: Suicide bombers kill at least 46 people in an attack on a train in southern Russia
Russia: Red Square Bombing: A blast in the center of Moscow kills six people and wounds at least eleven.
Israel: A Palestinian suicide bomber, a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) blew himself up at a bus stop under the Geha Bridge in Tel-Aviv, Israel.
Pakistan: Two suicide truck bombers killed 14 persons as President Musharraf’s motorcade passed through Rawalpindi, Pakistan. An earlier attempt on December 14 caused no casualties. Pakistani officials suspected Afghan and Kashmiri militants.
Afghanistan: A suicide bomber detonated when he was detained by five Afghan security officers, killing all five officers.