List of terrorist incidents in July 2019

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This is a list of some of the terrorist, alleged terrorist or suspected terrorist incidents which took place in July 2019, including incidents by violent non-state actors for political, religious, or ideological motives.

Guidelines[edit]

  • 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.

List[edit]

Total incidents: 8

Date Type Dead Injured Location Details Perpetrator Part of
5 Car bombing 3 0 Reyhanlı, Turkey 2019 Reyhanlı car bombing: A car bombing attack in the city of Reyhanlı in Hatay Province left 3 people dead. All victims are from Syria.[1] Grey Wolves (organization) (suspected) Terrorism in Turkey
12 Suicide car bombing, shooting 26 (+4) 56 Kismayo, Somalia Asasey hotel attack: Four gunmen storm the Asasey hotel after a suicide car bombing and laid siege in the building. At least 26 people were killed, along with the four attackers. Over 50 were injured. Fatalities include two journalists and multiple foreigners.[2][3][4][5] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War (2009–present)
19 Bombing 8 33 Kabul, Afghanistan Kabul University bombing: A bombing at Kabul University kills 8 and wounds 33.[6][7] Unknown War in Afghanistan
24 Suicide Bombing 7 (+1) 9 Mogadishu, Somalia 24 July 2019 Mogadishu bombing: A blind female suicide bomber assassinated the Mayor of Mogadishu, Abdirahman Omar Osman, along with 6 of his staff. 9 were also injured in the blast. Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War (2009–present)
24 Bombings 15 45 Kabul, Afghanistan 25 July 2019 Kabul bombings: A triple bombing kills 15 civilians and wounds 45.[8][9] Islamic State (suspected) War in Afghanistan
27 Shooting 65 10 Nganzai, Nigeria Nganzai funeral attack: 65 people were killed in an attack by Boko Haram fighters at a funeral in the local government area of Nganzai, Borno State, Nigeria. Another ten people were injured, eight of them seriously.[10] Boko Haram Boko Haram insurgency
28 Shooting 3 (+1) 17 Gilroy, United States Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting: A lone gunman opened fire against the assistants of the Gilroy Garlic Festival in Gilroy, California. Investigators have not determined the motives of the gunman, Santino William Legan, age 19 but The FBI has opened a domestic terrorism investigation into the incident.[11][12][13][14] Santino William Legan Terrorism in the United States
31 Bombing 35 27 Farah, Afghanistan 2019 Farah bombing: A roadside bomb kills 35 and injures 27; most of the dead or injured are women and children.[15][16][17][18] Taliban War in Afghanistan

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Erdogan says car explosion in Turkey kills three, may be terrorism-related". Reuters. Reuters. July 5, 2019.
  2. ^ "Suicide car bomb targets hotel in Somali port city". CBC. Reuters. Retrieved 12 July 2019.
  3. ^ "Somalia hotel attack: Briton among 26 people killed when four gunmen stormed building in 14-hour onslaught". Evening Standard. Retrieved 2019-07-13.
  4. ^ "26 killed, 56 injured in terror attack on popular hotel in Somalia". Times of Malta. Retrieved 2019-07-13.
  5. ^ "26 killed in hours-long al-Shabab hotel siege in Somalia". Al Jazeera. Retrieved 2019-07-13.
  6. ^ Jain, Rupam (July 18, 2019). "Blast at Kabul University kills eight, injures 33". Reuters. Reuters.
  7. ^ "Explosion outside Kabul University kills 8, wounds 33". AP. AP. July 19, 2019.
  8. ^ Abed, Fahim (July 25, 2019). "Afghan War Casualty Report: July 19-25". NYT. NYT.
  9. ^ "Bombs in Kabul kill at least 11 as U.S. steps up diplomacy in effort to end war". Reuters. Reuters. July 25, 2019.
  10. ^ CNN, Stephanie Busari, Isaac Abrak, Sophie Sherry and Braden Goyette. "Suspected Boko Haram attack on a funeral leaves 65 dead in Nigeria, official says". CNN. Retrieved 2019-08-05.
  11. ^ Eric Levenson; Cheri Mossburg (August 6, 2019). "Gilroy festival shooter had a 'target list' with religious and political groups". CNN. Retrieved August 8, 2019.
  12. ^ "No clarity yet on motive behind Gilroy gunman's attack, investigators say". The Guardian. 30 July 2019. Retrieved 4 August 2019.
  13. ^ Cuevas, Eduardo; Szydlowski, Joe (July 30, 2019). "Police: Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting investigation indicates no second suspect involved". The Californian. Retrieved 31 July 2019.
  14. ^ "At least 3 dead, 15 injured in Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting; gunman also dead". Los Angeles Times. July 29, 2019. Retrieved 2019-09-26.
  15. ^ FAIEZ, RAHIM (July 31, 2019). "Roadside bomb explosion hits bus in Afghanistan, at least 32 killed". AP. Globe and Mail. U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres strongly condemned Wednesday’s attack and reiterated that “international humanitarian law explicitly prohibits indiscriminate attacks and attacks directed against civilians,” U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric said.
  16. ^ "For Afghan Civilians, Road Between Life and Death Is Narrow — and Mined". New York Times. July 31, 2019. The Farah bus massacre was the worst attack during a week that left more than 200 civilians dead across the country as the Taliban and its pro-government adversaries fight to gain leverage in U.S.-Taliban peace talks that began in September.
  17. ^ Constable, Pamela (August 3, 2019). "Violence in Afghanistan takes high toll on civilians despite the promise of peace talks". Washington Post.
  18. ^ "Pakistan condemns terrorist attack on passenger bus in Farah". Afghanistan Times. Afghanistan Times. July 31, 2019.