List of terrorist incidents in 2018

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This is a list of terrorist incidents which took place in 2018, including attacks by violent non-state actors for political motives. Note that terrorism related to drug wars and cartel violence is not included in these lists. Ongoing military conflicts are listed separately.


  • To be included, entries must be notable (have a stand-alone article) and described by a consensus of reliable sources as "terrorism".
  • List entries must comply with the guidelines outlined in the manual of style under MOS:TERRORIST.
  • Casualties figures in this list are the total casualties of the incident including immediate casualties and later casualties (such as people who succumbed to their wounds long after the attacks occurred).
  • Casualties listed are the victims. Perpetrator casualties are listed separately (e.g. x (+y) indicate that x victims and y perpetrators were killed/injured).
  • Casualty totals may be underestimated or unavailable due to a lack of information. A figure with a plus (+) sign indicates that at least that many people have died (e.g. 10+ indicates that at least 10 people have died)—the actual toll could be considerably higher. A figure with a plus (+) sign may also indicate that over that number of people are victims.
  • If casualty figures are 20 or more, they will be shown in bold. In addition, figures for casualties more than 50 will also be underlined.
  • Incidents are limited to one per location per day. If multiple attacks occur in the same place on the same day, they will be merged into a single incident.
  • In addition to the guidelines above, the table also includes the following categories:
  0 people were killed/injured by the incident.
  1–19 people were killed/injured by the incident.
  20–49 people were killed/injured by the incident.
  50–99 people were killed/injured by the incident.
  100+ people were killed/injured by the incident.


Total incidents: 75

Date Type Dead Injured Location Article Details Perpetrator Part of
10 January Stabbing 1 0 Orange County, United States Murder of Blaze Bernstein The California man accused of killing a gay and Jewish University of Pennsylvania student was an avowed neo-Nazi and a member of Atomwaffen Division, one of the country's most notorious extremist groups.[1] Atomwaffen Division Terrorism in the United States
15 January Suicide bombings 38 (+2) 105 Baghdad, Iraq 2018 Baghdad bombings 38 people were killed and at least 105 others wounded in two suicide bombings at Baghdad's al-Tayaran Square.[2] Islamic State Iraqi insurgency
20-21 January Shooting, arson, hostage taking 40 (+6) 22 Kabul, Afghanistan 2018 Inter-Continental Hotel Kabul attack Gunmen launched an attack on the Inter-Continental Hotel Kabul. More than 100 people were freed from the hotel and six gunmen were killed. 40 people are confirmed dead and at least 22 were injured.[3][4] Taliban and Haqqani Network War in Afghanistan
23 January Car bombing 41 80 Benghazi, Libya January 2018 Benghazi bombing A twin car bomb attack outside a mosque in Benghazi kills 41 people and wounds 80 more, no group claimed responsibility.[5][6][7] Unknown Libyan Civil War (2014–present)
24 January Shooting, suicide car bombing 6 27 Jalalabad, Afghanistan 2018 Save The Children Jalalabad attack A complex attack began with a suicide car bomb outside the Save The Children offices in the city of Jalalabad, followed by gunmen entering the compound and fighting Afghan special forces. At least six people were killed and 27 others were wounded in the attack.[8][9] Islamic State War in Afghanistan
27 January Suicide car bombing 103 235 Kabul, Afghanistan 2018 Kabul ambulance bombing At least 103 people were killed and 235 others injured when a Taliban suicide bomber exploded an ambulance laden with explosives near Sidarat Square in central Kabul where several government offices are located.[10][11] Taliban War in Afghanistan
3 February Shooting 0 6 Macerata, Italy Macerata shooting An Italian gunman with extreme right-wing sympathies shot and injured six African asylum seekers in the Italian city of Macerata.[12] Luca Traini (Right wing extremist) Terrorism in Italy
5 February Stabbing 1 0 Ariel, West Bank 2018 Ariel stabbing An Israeli man was stabbed to death in a terror attack at a bus station outside the West Bank settlement of Ariel.[13] Palestinian nationalist Israeli–Palestinian conflict
9 February Bombing 2 143 Benghazi, Libya February 2018 Benghazi bombing A bomb exploded in a mosque in Benghazi, killing two and injuring 143 people.[14] Unknown Libyan Civil War (2014–present)
10–11 February Shooting, grenade attack 7 (+3) 11 Jammu, India 2018 Sunjuwan attack Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists attacked an Army camp in Jammu, killing six soldiers and a civilian and injuring eleven others. Three terrorists were also shot dead by the Army.[15][16][17] Jaish-e-Mohammed Insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir
10–13 February Bombings 12 50 Oruro, Bolivia 2018 Oruro attacks 12 people were killed and 50 others injured in two bomb attacks in the Bolivian city of Oruro.[18][19] Unknown Terrorism in Bolivia
14 February Shooting 17 17 Parkland, United States Stoneman Douglas High School shooting Stoneman Douglas High School shooting: A former student of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School entered the school, killed seventeen people, and wounded seventeen others.Witnesses identified Nikolas Cruz, a nineteen-year-old expelled student, as the assailant. Cruz fled the scene on foot by blending with other students. He was arrested without incident about an hour later in nearby Coral Springs, Florida and taken into custody by police[20][21][22] Nikolas Cruz Terrorism in the United States
18 February Shooting 5 (+1) 5 Kizlyar, Russia Kizlyar church shooting Five people were killed and five others were injured in a shooting carried out by an Islamic State militant at a Christian church in Kizlyar, Russia. The attacker was shot and killed by police officers.[23] Islamic State Insurgency in the North Caucasus
19 February Kidnapping 5 108 Dapchi, Nigeria Dapchi schoolgirls kidnapping 111 students from one school and two other students from another school were abducted by Boko Haram in Dapchi, Nigeria. The insurgents later released 107 of them, 5 are reportedly dead and one is still in custody.[24][25] Boko Haram Boko Haram insurgency
21 February Bombing 2 22 Lashio, Myanmar 2018 Lashio bombing A bomb exploded at a bank in the city of Lashio in northern Myanmar, killing at least two people and injuring 22 others.[26][27] Northern Alliance (suspected) Internal conflict in Myanmar
23 February Suicide car bombings, shooting 45 (+5) 36 Mogadishu, Somalia February 2018 Mogadishu attack At least 45 people were killed and 36 others injured in two car bombings and subsequent gunfire in Mogadishu, Somalia. Five attackers were also killed in the attack.[28] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
24 February Bombings 0 1 Sittwe, Myanmar 2018 Sittwe bombings Three bombs exploded in Sittwe, the capital of Myanmar's Rakhine state, slightly injuring a police officer.[29][30][31] Rakhine nationalists (suspected) Northern Rakhine State clashes
2 March Shooting, suicide car bombing 30 85 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso 2018 Ouagadougou attacks 30 people were killed and 85 wounded in terrorist attacks on the French embassy and cultural center in Burkina Faso and the country's army headquarters.[32][33] Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb Insurgency in the Maghreb
11 March Stabbing 0 (+1) 1 Vienna, Austria 2018 Vienna embassy stabbing An Islamist stabbed and injured a guard at the residence of the Iranian ambassador in Vienna. The attacker was shot and killed.[34][35] Islamist Islamic terrorism in Europe
13 March Bombing 9 10 Sukma district, India 2018 Sukma attack Nine paramilitary troopers of the Indian Central Reserve Police Force were killed and about ten others wounded after Naxalites targeted their vehicle with an improvised explosive device in Sukma district of the Central Indian state of Chhattisgarh.[36][37] CPI Naxalite–Maoist insurgency
2–20 March Bombings 2 (+1) 6 Austin, United States Austin serial bombings The Austin serial bombings occurred between March 2 and March 22, 2018, mostly in Austin, Texas. In total, five package bombs exploded, killing two people and injuring another five. The suspect, 23-year-old Mark Anthony Conditt of Pflugerville, Texas, blew himself up inside his vehicle after he was pulled over by police on March 21, also injuring a police officer.[38] Mark Anthony Conditt Terrorism in the United States
21 March Suicide bombing 33 (+1) 65 Kabul, Afghanistan March 2018 Kabul suicide bombing A suicide bombing near a Shiite shrine in Kabul killed at least 33 people and injured 65 others as Afghans celebrated the Persian New Year.[39][40] Islamic State War in Afghanistan
22 March Car bombing 18 22 Mogadishu, Somalia March 2018 Mogadishu bombing At least 18 people were killed and 22 others wounded in a car bomb explosion near a hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu.[41][42] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
23 March Shootings, stabbing, hostage taking 4 (+1) 15 Carcassonne and Trèbes, France Carcassonne and Trèbes attack A gunman affiliated with the Islamic State attacked the French cities of Carcassonne and Trèbes: He attacked and stole a car, killing the passenger and wounding the driver, in Carcassonne. He arrived in Trèbes and during the process a police officer was injured when the terrorist shot him. Then, he attacked a supermarket, where two civilians were killed and several others injured. A policeman exchanged himself for a hostage, was later shot and stabbed and died of his injuries in hospital. The attacker was later killed by the police.[43][44] Islamic State Islamic terrorism in Europe
30 March Shooting 7 6 Eruh, Turkey Siirt raid Six Turkish village guards were killed in an attack by PKK terrorists in Siirt's Eruh district. Three village guards and four soldiers were wounded in the attack. One soldier died from his injury days later.[45] PKK Kurdish–Turkish conflict
1 April Suicide car bombings, mortar attack, shooting, arson 59 (+14) Unknown Bulo Marer, Somalia 2018 African Union base attack in Bulo Marer Al-Shabaab terrorists attacked an African Union military camp in the Bulo Marer area of Lower Shebelle, where Ugandan peacekeepers are stationed, killing at least 59 people. 14 militants died in the attack.[46][47][48] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
12 April Bombings 25 18 Al-Shirqat District, Iraq 2018 Asdira funeral bombing 25 people were killed and 18 wounded when explosives exploded at a funeral for Sunni Muslim tribal fighters in the village of Asdira near the northern Iraqi town of Al-Shirqat.[49][50][51] Islamic State Iraqi insurgency
14 April Rocket attack, suicide car bombings, shooting 1 (+15) 16 Timbuktu, Mali MINUSMA super camp attack The attackers first fired rockets at a camp of MINUSMA and Barkhane in Timbuktu, Mali. Then two car bombs, suicide vehicles, were detonated at various locations in the camp. One peacekeeper was killed, 15 terrorists were killed, seven French soldiers, seven MINUSMA peacekeepers and two civilians were injured in the attack.[52][53] Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb Northern Mali conflict
22 April Suicide bombing 69 (+1) 120 Kabul, Afghanistan 22 April 2018 Kabul suicide bombing A suicide bomb attack at a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital Kabul killed at least 69 people and injured 120 others. The casualties were all civilians, most of whom had been waiting outside the office to apply for their IDs in order to register to vote in the upcoming elections.[54][55][56] Islamic State War in Afghanistan
30 April Suicide bombings 29 (+2) 50 Kabul, Afghanistan 30 April 2018 Kabul suicide bombings At least 29 people were killed and 50 others injured in two suicide bombings in the Afghan capital Kabul, including several journalists documenting the scene.[57][58] Islamic State War in Afghanistan
1 May Suicide bombings 86 (+2) 58 Mubi, Nigeria 2018 Mubi suicide bombings At least 86 people were killed in two suicide attacks at a mosque and a market in Mubi, a town in the state of Adamawa in northeastern Nigeria. 58 others were injured in the bombings.[59][60] Boko Haram Boko Haram insurgency
2 May Shooting, arson, suicide bombings 16 (+2) 20 Tripoli, Libya 2018 attack on the High National Elections Commission in Tripoli, Libya Suicide bombers attacked the head offices of Libya's electoral commission in Tripoli, killing at least 16 people, injuring 20 and setting fire to the building.[61][62] Islamic State Libyan Civil War
8–10 May Shooting, stabbings, hostage taking 6 (+2) 4 Depok, Indonesia 2018 Mako Brimob standoff Five police officers and one militant were killed and four others injured in a standoff between security forces and terrorists in a detention center in the Indonesian city of Depok. Hours after the end of the siege, an Islamic militant fatally stabbed a policeman at the police detention center before he was shot by another policeman.[63][64][65][66] Islamic State Terrorism in Indonesia
12 May Stabbing 1 (+1) 4 Paris, France 2018 Paris knife attack A man stabbed one pedestrian to death and injured four others in Paris, France. The attacker was later killed by the police.[67] Islamic State Islamic terrorism in Europe
13–14 May Suicide bombings, suicide car bombing, bombing 15 (+13) 57 Surabaya and Sidoarjo, Indonesia Surabaya bombings A series of terrorist attacks occurred in Surabaya and Sidoarjo in Indonesia. The attacks killed 15 civilians, mostly churchgoers, and injured 57 others. 13 perpetrators also died as a result of the bombings.[68][69][70][71] Islamic State Terrorism in Indonesia
16 May Vehicular attack, stabbing 1 (+4) 4 Pekanbaru, Indonesia Pekanbaru sword attack Terrorists drove a vehicle into the entrance of the Riau province police headquarters in Pekanbaru, on the island of Sumatra, and began attacking officers with samurai swords, killing an officer and injuring two other policemen and two journalists. The police then shot and killed four attackers.[72][73] Islamic State Terrorism in Indonesia
28–29 May Melee attack, stabbing, shooting, hostage taking 4 (+1) 4 Marche-en-Famenne and Liège, Belgium 2018 Liège attack A man who shouted "Allahu Akbar" stabbed two female police officers, then took their guns and used them to shoot and kill the two officers and a pedestrian in Liège, Belgium. The gunman took a woman hostage before he was killed by police. Four other police officers were wounded, one of whom was seriously injured. Before the attack, the attacker also killed a man in Marche-en-Famenne, repeatedly hitting him with a hammer.[74][75][76][77] Islamic State Islamic terrorism in Europe
23 June Grenade attack 2 47 Bulawayo, Zimbabwe 2018 Bulawayo bombing Two people were killed and at least 47 others, including Zimbabwe's Vice-President Kembo Mohadi, injured in a grenade attack on the President of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, in the city of Bulawayo in Zimbabwe.[78][79][80][81] Unknown Zimbabwe protests
1 July Suicide bombing 20 (+1) 20 Jalalabad, Afghanistan July 2018 Jalalabad suicide bombing A suicide bomber detonated his explosives in the center of the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, killing at least 20 people, including several members of the small Sikh minority, and injuring 20 others.[82][83] Islamic State War in Afghanistan
7 July Car bombings, shooting 20 (+3) 24 Mogadishu, Somalia July 2018 Mogadishu bombings At least 20 people were killed and two dozen others wounded when fighters of the Somali group Al-Shabaab attacked the compound of Somalia's interior and security ministries in the center of Mogadishu. The attack started when the terrorists detonated two car bombs outside the main gate of the interior ministry building before three militants stormed it. All three gunmen were killed by the security forces.[84][85][86] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
10 July Suicide bombing 22 (+1) 75 Peshawar, Pakistan 2018 Peshawar suicide bombing A suicide bombing at an election rally in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar killed at least 22 people, including prominent local politician Haroon Bilour. The attack at a campaign event organised by the Awami National Party also injured at least 75 people.[87][88][89] Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan War in North-West Pakistan
13 July Bombing 5 37 Bannu, Pakistan 2018 Mastung and Bannu bombings At least five people were killed and 37 others injured when explosives fitted to a motorbike detonated at an election rally in Bannu in the Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.[90][91] Ittehad-ul-Mujahideen War in North-West Pakistan
13 July Suicide bombing 149 (+1) 186 Mastung, Pakistan 2018 Mastung and Bannu bombings At least 149 people, including the Balochistan Awami Party candidate Nawabzada Siraj Raisani, were killed and 186 others injured when a suicide bomber detonated his explosives in Mastung in the Pakistani province of Balochistan.[92][93] Islamic State War in North-West Pakistan
22 July Suicide bombing 3 (+1) 3 Kulachi, Pakistan 2018 Kulachi suicide bombing A suicide bombing in Kulachi in the Dera Ismail Khan district in northwestern Pakistan killed a candidate running for a seat in the provincial assembly, his driver and a guard and injured three other people.[94][95] Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan War in North-West Pakistan
25 July Suicide bombing 31 (+1) 40 Quetta, Pakistan 2018 Quetta suicide bombing At least 31 people, including five policemen and two children, were killed and 40 others wounded after a suicide bomber blew himself up outside a polling station in the Pakistani city of Quetta.[96][97] Islamic State War in North-West Pakistan
25 July Suicide bombings, shootings, hostage taking 255 (+63) 180 As-Suwayda Governorate, Syria 2018 As-Suwayda attacks Islamic state militants carried out suicide bombings and gun attacks in the city of As-Suwayda and a number of villages in the southern Syrian governorate of As-Suwayda, killing 255 people, including 142 civilians, and injuring 180 others. At least 63 terrorists were also killed, including the suicide bombers. The jihadists also seized hostages from the villages they had attacked.[98][99][100] Islamic State Syrian Civil War
28 July Shooting +1 (+Unknown) +1 (+Unknown) Ndop, Cameroon Ndop prison break At least 50 separatist fighters stormed the premises of the Ndop central prison and broke out central prison and freed 163 inmates.Cameroonian forces were unable to prevent the separatists from burning down the prison.During the raid, the separatists seized weapons and ammunition from the prison before retreating.[101] Ambazonia Defence Forces Anglophone crisis
29 July Vehicular attack, stabbing, shooting 4 (+4) 2 Danghara District, Tajikistan Terrorist attack against cyclists in Tajikistan Two Americans, a Swiss and a Dutch national were killed and two others injured in a terrorist attack in the Danghara district of the Khatlon region in Tajikistan. First a car hit the cyclists and then the occupants of the vehicle got out and stabbed and shot the tourists. Members of the security forces later killed four people suspected of being involved in the attack.[102][103][104] Islamic State Terrorism in Tajikistan
31 July Suicide car bombing 9 (+1) 12 Lamitan, Philippines 2018 Lamitan bombing A bomb exploded in a van and killed a suspected bomber, a soldier, four paramilitaries and four civilians, including a mother and her child, at a military checkpoint in the city of Lamitan in the province of Basilan in the southern Philippines. Twelve others were wounded in the attack.[105][106][107][108] Abu Sayyaf Moro conflict
28 August Bombing 2 36 Isulan, Philippines 2018 Isulan bombings Two civilians were killed and other 36 injured for the explosion of a homemade bomb during a street festival, this in the municipality in Sultan Kudarat province, southern Philippines.[109] Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters Moro conflict
31 August Stabbing 0 2 (+1) Amsterdam, Netherlands 2018 Amsterdam stabbing attack An Afghan teenager stabbed and injured two Americans in Amsterdam Central Station. The attacker was shot and injured. Police said that the attacker had terrorist motives.[110][111] Jawad S Islamic terrorism in Europe
2 September Bombing 2 15 Sultan Kudarat, Philippines 2018 Isulan bombings A bomb blast in an internet cafe in Southern Philippines killed at least 2 and injured 15. The attack was blamed on the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters.[112][113] Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters Moro conflict
2 September Suicide car bombing 7 (+1) 14 Mogadishu, Somalia 2 September 2018 Mogadishu bombing A suicide car bombing hit a government office in Mogadishu, causing a nearby school to collapse and killing at least 7 and injuring 14.[114][115] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
5 September Suicide car bombing, suicide bombing 26 (+2) 91 Kabul, Afghanistan September 2018 Kabul attacks 26 people were killed and 91 were injured in a blast in a Kabul Wrestling club killing 4 then another attacker exploded when emergency forces arrived, in total 26 were killed and 91 were injured, among the dead were two journalists and the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the bombing.[116][117][118][119] Islamic State War in Afghanistan
10 September Shooting 2 (+2) 10 Tripoli, Libya 2018 National Oil Corporation attack Two people died and 10 were injured when masked men attacked the headquarters of the National Oil Corporation (NOC) in the capital Tripoli two attackers were also killed and Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.[120][121] Islamic State Libyan Civil War
11 September Suicide Bombing 68 (+1) 165 Momand Dara District, Afghanistan September 2018 Jalalabad suicide bombing 68 people were killed and at least 165 were injured when a suicide bomber targeted a gathering of protesters in the eastern Afghan area of Momand Dara District, the Islamic State is suspected, while the Taliban denied that this was anything to do with them.[122][123][124][125] Islamic State (suspected) War in Afghanistan
12 September Vehicular Attack 15 43 Mishui, China 2018 Mishui vehicle attack Eleven civilians were killed and other forty four were injured after a man plowed into a crowded square in southern China and the driver attacked people with a knife and spade seeking “revenge” on society. The attacker, Yang Zanyun, was sentenced to death and executed.[126][127][128] Lone Wolf Terrorism in China
22 September Mass shooting 25 (+5) 70 Ahvaz, Iran Ahvaz military parade attack Gunmen opened fire during an Iranian military parade in the south-western city of Ahvaz killing at least 25 and wounding at least 70 people, all 4 attackers were killed and one other attacker was later killed, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant claimed responsibility and posted videos of the attackers.[129][130][131][132] Islamic State (suspected) / Ahvaz National Resistance (suspected) Terrorism in Iran
7 October Shooting 2 1 Barkan, West Bank 2018 Barkan Industrial Park shooting A Palestinian gunman opened fire with an improvised submachine gun on a factory workers in the West Bank industrial zone of Barkan. The attacker fled the scene.[133][134] Palestinian nationalist Israeli–Palestinian conflict
20 October Shooting 9 0 Sagay, Philippines 2018 Sagay massacre Nine farmers belonging to the National Federation of Sugar Workers were killed, including four women and two children, while they were eating dinner in a makeshift tent on a farm in Sagay, Negros Occidental.[135][136] Revolutionary Proletarian Army Communist rebellion in the Philippines
22 October–1 November Attempted bombings 0 0 Various cities across the United States[a] October 2018 United States mail bombing attempts A registered Republican Party member from Aventura, Florida sends various mail bombs to various Democratic Party politicians and liberal media personalities and individuals including the CNN Headquarters across the United States. The perpetrator would be arrested on October 26, 2018 and one year later in 2019 plead guilty to 65 felony counts such as using weapons of mass destruction in a terrorist attack.[137][138][139][140] Cesar Alteri Sayoc Jr. Terrorism in the United States
Far-right terrorism
Radical right in the United States
24 October Shooting 2 0 Kentucky, USA 2018 Jeffersontown shooting On October 24, 2018, two elderly victims, both African Americans, were killed while shopping at a Kroger store in Jeffersontown, Kentucky by a white gunman, who would be later charged in state court with two counts of murder and ten counts of wanton endangerment, and held on $5 million bail.[141] On November 15, 2018, a federal grand jury in the Western District of Kentucky indicted the shooter on six counts: three hate crime charges and three firearms offenses.[142] Gregory Alan Bush Terrorism in the United States
Far-right terrorism and Radical right in the United States
27 October Mass shooting 11 6 (+1) Pittsburgh, United States Pittsburgh synagogue shooting A gunman opened fire inside of a Squirrel Hill (Pittsburgh) synagogue during a Jewish congregation at the Tree of Life synagogue, in Pittsburgh, killing 11 and injuring 6 people. According to witnesses the attacker yelled "All Jews must die!" A group of police officers were also shot during the incident. He was subsequently arrested.[143][144][145][146][147] Robert Bowers Terrorism in the United States
Far-right terrorism and Radical right in the United States
1 November Shooting 5 2 Sadiya, India Tinsukia killings Suspected militants shot dead five youths and injured at least 2 more in an attack in Sadiya, India. Police suspect that United Liberation Front of Asom-Independent ULFA-I was behind the attack.[148][149][150] United Liberation Front of Assam (suspected) Insurgency in Northeast India
2 November Mass shooting 7 14 Minya Governorate, Egypt 2018 Minya bus attack At least seven Christian Copts were killed and 14 injured when gunmen opened fire on them when they were travelling by bus from the city of Sohag to St. Samuel's monastery. Islamic State claimed responsibility.[151][152][153] Islamic State Insurgency in Egypt
4 November Kidnapping 0 80 Nkwen, near Bamenda, Cameroon PSS Nkwen kidnapping At least 80 people including 79 children were kidnapped from a school by anglophone separatist militants in the restive region of the northwest Cameroon, Bamenda. While the kidnappers identified as "Amba Boys" and the government blamed the separatists, the Ambazonia Self-Defence Council claimed that they not only had nothing to do with the kidnappings, but had also sent its own fighters to try to locate the children.[154] Amba Boys Anglophone crisis
4 November Shooting 3 10 Amazonas, Venezuela 2018 Amazonas ambush 3 Venezuelan Border guards were killed and 10 were wounded in a suspected ELN rebel attack in the Venezuelan state of Amazonas.[155][156] ELN (suspected) Spillover of Colombian conflict
9 November Stabbing, arson, attempted car bombing 1 (+1) 2 Melbourne, Australia 2018 Melbourne stabbing attack An Italian man was stabbed to death while two others were injured after a Somali man carried out an attack in the Australian city of Melbourne, who also set his car on fire, in the attempt to blow it. The attacker was shot dead by the police. The attack was confirmed to be terror-related and ISIS was confirmed responsible for the attack.[157][158] Islamic State Terrorism in Australia
20 November Stabbing 0 2 Brussels, Belgium 2018 Brussels stabbing attack A lone wolf terrorist attacked police officers outside a police station. One police officer was wounded and the attacker was shot and injured. The police suspects Islamic terrorism.[159] Issam T Islamic terrorism in Europe
23 November Shooting 4 (+3) 0 Karachi, Pakistan 2018 Karachi Chinese consulate attack Four people were killed in an armed assault on the Chinese consulate in Karachi, Pakistan.[160][161][162] Three attackers were also killed by security forces.[163] The attack was claimed by the Balochistan Liberation Army.[164] Balochistan Liberation Army Insurgency in Balochistan
23 November Suicide Bombing 34 (+1) 56 Kalaya, Pakistan 2018 Orakzai bombing A suicide bomber detonation in a market killed 34 people and wounded around 56 people at a market in the Shi'ite dominated region of Kalaya, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northern Pakistan. The Islamic State claimed responsibility.[165][166][167][168][169][170] Islamic State War in North-West Pakistan
6 December Suicide car bombing 2 (+1) 48 Chabahar, Iran 2018 Chabahar suicide bombing A suicide car bomb exploded near a police post in Iran's southeastern port city of Chabahar, leaving two police officers dead and 48 other people wounded. The Ansar Al-Furqan group claimed responsibility.[171] Ansar Al-Furqan Sistan and Baluchestan insurgency
11–13 December Shooting, stabbing 5 (+1) 12 Strasbourg, France 2018 Strasbourg attack Five people were killed and 12 others wounded in a shooting attack near a Christmas Market in Strasbourg. The attacker escaped in a taxi after the attack and was injured during an exchange of gunfire with a soldier on Sentinel patrol. The suspect, Cherif Chekatt, has 27 previous convictions in France, Germany and Switzerland. The prosecutor added the suspect shouted "Allah Akbar" after his shooting spree. Police were able to identify the attacker thanks to a taxi driver who was taken hostage by Chekatt. The suspect told the driver police found a grenade at his place when a search was being conducted the same morning of the attack. Police then linked both cases. Chekatt was also known to domestic intelligence for being radicalized. The attacker was shot dead by French police two days after the attack in Strasbourg, the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.[172][173][174][175][176] Cherif Chekatt Islamic terrorism in Europe
17 December Melee attack, decapitation 2 0 Imlil, Marrakesh-Safi, Morocco Murders of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Maren Ueland Two female Scandinavian tourists, one Norwegian and one Danish citizen, were found brutally murdered in their tent in the Atlas mountains.[177] The police has arrested a total of 22 Moroccan men in connection with the incident. Islamic State fundamentalists were suspected behind the attack.[178][179] Islamic State (suspected) Insurgency in the Maghreb
31 December Stabbing 0 3 Manchester, United Kingdom Manchester Victoria stabbing attack Three people including one police officer were stabbed in an attack at Victoria Station in Manchester on New Year's Eve. A mentally disturbed man was sentenced to life imprisonment for three attempted murders that were considered to have a terrorist connection.[180] Mahdi Mohamud



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