List of terrorist incidents in 2019
This is a list of terrorist incidents which took place in 2019, 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
|1 January||Shooting, arson||49||Unknown||Barsalogho Department, Burkina Faso||Yirgou Massacre||49 people were killed in both jihadist attacks and ethnic clashes caused by jihadists. The events started when a jihadist group killed 6 people. Afterward, people from the ethnic group of the Mossi retaliated against the Fulani community, committing many acts of violence in which 43 were killed. In total 49 people were killed and many were injured in both of the attacks. A total of 6,103 people are displaced. The events occurred in the area of Barsaloglo.||Jihadists and Mossi attackers||Insurgency in the Maghreb|
|15 January||Suicide bombing, shootings, hostage-taking||21 (+5)||28||Nairobi, Kenya||2019 Nairobi hotel attack||At least one suicide bomber stormed the luxury complex DusitD2 hotel in Nairobi and detonated his explosives. Several gunmen took hostages and attacked the hotel with firearms. At least 21 people were killed including a British and an American citizen, 28 other people were injured and five attackers were also killed.||Al-Shabaab||Terrorism in Kenya|
|16 January||Suicide Bombing||19 (+1)||3||Manbij, Syria||2019 Manbij bombing||19 people were killed in a suicide bomb attack perpetrated by ISIL. US military announced four US personnel were among the dead, 3 US Service members were also wounded.||Islamic State||Syrian Civil War|
|17 January||Suicide car bombing||20 (+1)||68||Bogotá, Colombia||2019 Bogotá car bombing||In the Colombian capital city of Bogotà, 20 people were killed and 68 others were injured when a car entered a police school compound. When it was stopped by guards at a checkpoint, the driver accelerated and hit a wall, and the car exploded.||José Aldemar Rodríguez, aka Mocho Kiko (ELN)||Colombian conflict|
|21 January||Suicide car bombing, shooting||36–126 (+3)||58–70||Maidan Shar, Afghanistan||Maidan Shar attack||A defense ministry official stated that 126 security personnel were killed and around 70 others were injured, when the Taliban attacked a military checkpoint in Maidan Shar. The assault begun when an attacker rammed a vehicle full of explosives in the compound, then two other attackers stormed the compound and opened gunfire, before being killed. NDS' reports however showed only 36 killed and 58 injured.||Taliban||War in Afghanistan|
|27 January||Bombings||22||102||Jolo, Sulu, Philippines||2019 Jolo Cathedral bombings||22 people, were killed and 102 others were injured when two bombs exploded in a cathedral during Sunday mass in Jolo, Philippines. The Islamic State-related branch of Abu Sayyaf terror group Ajang Ajang faction was behind the attack.||Abu Sayyaf||Moro Conflict|
|29 January||Suicide bombings, shooting, grenade attack||9 (+3)||22||Loralai, Pakistan||2019 Loralai attack||9 people including civilians and policemen were killed and 22 others were injured when gunmen and suicide bombers attacked a Deputy Inspector General (DIG) office in Pakistan's Loralai, the Tehrik-i-Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.||Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan||War in North-West Pakistan|
|4 February||Car bombing||11||10||Mogadishu, Somalia||4 February 2019 Mogadishu bombing||A car bombing at a shopping mall in the city of Mogadishu left 11 people killed and 10 others injured. Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack.||Al-Shabaab||Somali Civil War|
|11 February||Shooting||141||Unknown||Kajuru, Nigeria||2019 Kaduna State massacre||An attack on an Adara settlement named Ungwar Bardi by suspected Fulani gunmen killed 11. Reprisal attack by an Adara militia targeted settlements of the Fulani. The death toll rose to 141 a few days later with 11 Adara and 130 Fulani dying per the government. The governor spoke that the motive was to destroy specific communities. The attacks took place in Kajuru LGA of Kaduna State. Miyetti Allah was reported to have published a list of 131 dead, but later clarified that 66 Fulani were buried and 65 remain missing.||Fulani gunmen (suspected) and Adara militia||Communal conflicts in Nigeria|
Herder–farmer conflicts in Nigeria
|13 February||Suicide car bombing||27 (+1)||13||Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran||Iran Khash-Zahedan suicide bombing||A suicide car bomb attack on a bus carrying Iranian paramilitary revolutionary guard soldiers killed 27 soldiers and injured 13 others. Jaish-al-Adl took responsibility for the attack, which took place somewhere in the Sistan and Baluchestan province.||Jaish al-Adl||Sistan and Baluchestan insurgency|
|14 February||Suicide car bombing||40 (+1)||35||Pulwama, Jammu & Kashmir, India||2019 Pulwama attack||40 personnel belonging to Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were killed when a suicide car bomber rammed an explosive laden vehicle on a convoy in the Pulwama District. Around two dozen others were also injured in the attack. Jaish-e-Mohammed claimed responsibility for the attack. Several other vehicles were damaged in the powerful blast.||Jaish-e-Mohammed||Insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir|
|17 February||Shooting||6-9||15||Turbat, Pakistan||2019 Balochistan attack||Six to Nine Frontier Corps personnel were killed and several others were injured in a shooting attack in the Turbat area of Balochistan. A group named BRAS claimed responsibility.||Baloch Raji Ajoi Sangar||Insurgency in Balochistan|
|24 February||Attempted hijacking||0 (+1)||1||Bangladesh||Biman Bangladesh Airlines Flight 147||A man who wanted to speak with Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina tried to hijack the aircraft. The perpetrator was shot dead by Bangladeshi special forces. One flight attendant was injured.||Mohammed Polash Ahmed||Terrorism in Bangladesh|
|28 February||Suicide car bombings, shooting, grenade attack||29 (+2)||80||Mogadishu, Somalia||28 February 2019 Mogadishu bombings||At least 29 people were killed and 80 others were injured when in two suicide car bomb blasts near a hotel in a busy street of Mogadishu. Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack. the sound of gunfire and grenade explosions were reported in buildings near the attack and Al-Shabaab attackers are believed to be holed up in the place and a gunfight also ensued between the security forces and the attackers the next day on March 1.||Al-Shabaab||Somali civil war|
|15 March||Mass shooting||51||49||Christchurch, New Zealand||Christchurch mosque shootings||At 13:40 NZDT, an Australian self-described "Ethno-nationalist, Eco-fascist" "Kebab removalist" "racist" terrorist, who wrote a manifesto named after the far-right white genocide Great Replacement conspiracy theory by French writer Renaud Camus, opened fire on Muslim worshipers attending Friday Prayer at Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand livestreaming the attack on Facebook Live killing 51 people and injuring 49 others. The shooter had announced the attack on 8chan and spread his manifesto on Twitter, Facebook and 8chan. Two improvised explosive devices were found by police, and disarmed by the New Zealand Defense Force. The Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern described the consecutive attacks as "one of New Zealand's darkest days".||Brenton Harrison Tarrant||Terrorism in New Zealand|
|17 March||Stabbing, shooting||2||1||Ariel, West Bank||2019 Samaria combined attack||Two people, including a rabbi, were killed when a Palestinian gunman opened gunfire after fatally stabbing a soldier in the area of Ariel. Another soldier was seriously injured in the attack.||Palestinian nationalist||Israeli–Palestinian conflict|
|18 March||Shooting||4||2||Utrecht, Netherlands||2019 Utrecht shooting||A man started shooting at random people in a tram. Three people died and three others got seriously injured. Four people also got light injuries. One of the injured died of his injuries ten days later. The police arrested the 37 year old Turkish suspect later on the same day. Dutch prosecutors confirmed three days later that the attacker had a terrorist motive.||Gökmen Tanis||Islamic terrorism in Europe|
|23 March||Shooting, machete attack, arson||160||0||Mopti Region, Mali||Ogossagou massacre||160 Fulani Herders were killed in an attack launched on the villages, Ogossagou and Welingara near the town of Bankass. The attackers were dressed as Dozo Hunters and the attack appeared to have been ethnically motivated.||Dozo Dogon Militants||Northern Mali Conflict|
|24 March||Arson||0||0||Escondido, California, United States||California mosque fire||Dar-ul-Arqam Mosque in Escondido, California, a city north east of San Diego, was set on fire. When the police arrived they found graffiti referencing the Christchurch mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand, that said "For Brenton Tarrant -t /pol/" a reference to the Australian perpetrator behind the two terrorist attacks. The shooter of the Poway synagogue shooting at the Chabad of Poway in Poway, California, one month later in April claimed responsibility in his manifesto that he posted on 8chan.||John T. Earnest||Terrorism in the United States|
|2 and 4 April||Arson||0||0||Opelousas, Louisiana, United States||Louisiana black church fires||After the burning of a church on March 26, two other churches were burned down in St. Landry Parish. The Greater Union Baptist Church on April 2 and the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church on April 4. The son of a St. Landry Parish sheriff's deputy has been charged with the burnings.||Holden Matthews||Terrorism in the United States|
|12 April||Suicide bombing||20 (+1)||48||Quetta, Pakistan||2019 Quetta bombing||Twenty people including two children and one Frontier Corps (FC) personnel were killed and several others, including four FC personnel, sustained injuries in a suicide attack at a vegetable market in Hazarganji vegetable market of Quetta, the provincial capital of Balochistan.||Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, Islamic State||Insurgency in Balochistan|
|18 April||Shooting||14||0||Makran Coastal Highway, Pakistan||2019 Makran massacre||14 people were killed when Baluchistan separatists stopped buses and shot at people who they identified to be Pakistani Navy officers on the Makran Coastal Highway. The attackers who were wearing Frontier Corps uniforms later fled from the scene.||Baloch nationalists||Insurgency in Balochistan|
|21 April||Suicide bombings||259||500+||Colombo, Negombo & Batticaloa, Sri Lanka||2019 Sri Lanka Easter bombings||A series of explosions were reported at three churches, three hotels and two other places in several cities in Sri Lanka, including the capital Colombo. At least 253 people, including dozens of foreign nationals, were killed and more than 500 wounded in the bombings. The church bombings occurred during Easter mass in Negombo, Batticaloa and Colombo while the three hotels targeted were the Shangri-La, Cinnamon Grand and Kingsbury hotels in Colombo. Two other attacks occurred in Dehiwala and Dematagoda while authorities were conducting their investigations following the morning attacks. 76 suspects have been arrested pertaining to the attacks.||Islamic State, National Thowheeth Jama'ath||Terrorism in Sri Lanka|
|26 April||Shooting, bombing||1 (+15)||2||Kalmunai, Sri Lanka||April 2019 Kalmunai shootout||During a police raid on a suspected jihadist safe house, at least three suicide bombers detonated their explosives, and more militants opened fire on police officers. Six terrorists were killed during the raid, along with nine of their family members. A civilian was shot dead during the battle, and two others are injured.||Islamic State (claimed), National Thowheeth Jama'ath||Terrorism in Sri Lanka|
|27 April||Shooting||1||3||Poway, United States||Poway synagogue shooting||A man fired at Jews in the Chabad of Poway synagogue in Poway, California (a city near San Diego). One women was killed and three other people injured. The suspect published an anti-Semitic and racist open letter on 8chan where he blamed Jews for a supposed white genocide and other ills. He was inspired by Australian terrorist Brenton Harrison Tarrant, perpetrator of the Christchurch mosque shootings at Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, and Robert Bowers, perpetrator of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting at Tree of Life – Or L'Simcha Congregation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.||John T. Earnest||Terrorism in the United States|
|27 April||Kindapping||0||1 Kidnapped||Kumbo, Cameroon||Kidnapping of John Fru Ndi||SDF leader John Fru Ndi was abducted in Kumbo by separatists. He was released shortly afterwards, and the SDF claimed that the whole affair owed to a "misunderstanding" that was quickly solved. The next day, a video of John Fru Ndi conversing with his captors surfaced online, shedding light on the purpose of the abduction.||Ambazonian Fighters||Anglophone Crisis|
|1 May||Bombing||16||Unknown||Gadchiroli, Gadchiroli district, India||2019 Gadchiroli Naxal Attack||15 police personnel and a driver were killed when Naxalites triggered a powerful explosive device near their vehicle.||Naxalite||Naxalite-Maoist insurgency|
|3–6 May||Rocket attacks||19 (+10)||270–400+||Southern Israel||Gaza–Israel clashes (May 2019)||Clashes between Gaza and Israel escalated when two Israeli soldiers were shot by a Palestinian Islamic Jihad sniper and militants from Gaza fired more than 600 rockets into Israel. This resulted in 4 Israelis dead and reportedly more than 125 injured. In return Israel Defense Forces conducted several operations inside Gaza in which more than 10 militants and 15 civilians were killed and reportedly injured more than 150 people.||Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, National Resistance Brigades, Tawhid al-Jihad, and Israel Defense Forces||Israeli–Palestinian conflict|
|8 May||Suicide bombing||13 (+1)||24||Lahore, Pakistan||2019 Lahore bombing||A suicide bombing occurred at the gate for female visitors at the Sufi Data Darbar shrine in Lahore. The attack was claimed by the Hizbul Ahrar or Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a splinter group of the Pakistan's Taliban.||Jamaat-ul-Ahrar||Terrorism in Pakistan|
|11 May||Shooting||5 (+3)||6||Gwadar, Pakistan||2019 Pearl Continental Hotel attack||Three terrorists wearing security uniform and armed with rifles and grenades attacked a luxury hotel in the southwestern coastal town of Gwadar on Saturday, triggering an intense, hours-long shootout in which eight people, including four hotel employees including one security guard, one navy soldier and all terrorists were killed. Six people were injured when gunmen stormed the Pearl Continental Hotel on Saturday.||Balochistan Liberation Army||Insurgency in Balochistan|
|24 May||Bombing||3||20||Kabul, Afghanistan||Kabul mosque bombing 2019||Three people, including a senior Muslim preacher, were killed and at least 20 wounded after an explosion in a mosque during Friday prayers in the Afghan capital, Kabul.||Taliban or Islamic State (suspected)||War in Afghanistan|
|24 May||Bombing||0||13||Lyon, France||2019 Lyon bomb explosion||A 24-year-old Algerian man riding a bike dropped a bomb in front of a bakery. Minutes later, the bomb exploded, injuring 13 people. The suspect told investigators that he had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State.||Islamic State||Islamic terrorism in Europe|
|26 May||Bombing||4||7||Kathmandu, Nepal||May 2019 Kathmandu bombings||Four perpetrators were killed and seven others injured in three separate accidental explosions by a splinter group of former Maoist rebels in the capital Kathmandu.||Communist Party (suspected)||Category:Terrorism in Nepal|
|2 June||Car bombing||22||45||Azaz, Syria||June 2019 Syria attacks||22 civilians were killed and over 45 wounded in a car bomb attack near a market and a mosque in the city of Azaz in northern Syria.||Islamic State||Syrian Civil War|
|2 June||Shooting, assassination||1||0||Kassel, Germany||Murder of Walter Lübcke||The CDU politician Walter Lübcke was shot dead in front of his residence in Wolfhagen, Kassel. A suspect from the far-right milieu was arrested. Lübcke was well known for his pro-migrant views. Authorities suspect the incident to be a right-wing attack.||Combat 18||Terrorism in Germany|
|3 June||Bombing, shooting||4 (+1)||0||Tripoli, Lebanon||2019 Tripoli shooting||A militant attacked a security patrol in Tripoli, Lebanon, with a bomb and then opened fire killing two policemen and two soldiers. The attacker then detonated his explosives after he was holed up in a building. He had previously been charged for belonging to the Islamic State.||Islamic State||Terrorism in Lebanon|
|3–10 June||Shooting, melee attack, stabbing, vehicular attack||118||650+||Khartoum, Sudan||Khartoum massacre||Unarmed protestors were attacked by security forces and paramilitary forces during a sit-in. The opposition says 118 people were killed, but the authorities put the death toll at 62. The exact number of deaths is difficult to say because a lot of bodies were dumped in the Nile. Hundreds of people became injured and a lot of people were raped. More people were killed in violence the next days across the country.||TMC security forces, RSF||2018–19 Sudanese protests|
|10 June||Shooting||35||Unknown||Mopti Region, Mali||Sobane Da massacre||About 50 heavily armed men surrounded and attacked the village of Sobane-Kou in central Mali. It was inhabited by people belonging to the Dogon ethnic group. The government has suspected a terrorist group but an official has blamed a Fulani militia. 95 bodies were claimed to have been found, but 19 people were still missing. The toll was based on claims of soldiers and the district mayor. Mali government revised it to 35 after a personal count by an expert team, the confusion being due to those who fled.||Fulani militia or jihadists (suspected)||Northern Mali conflict|
|12 June||Rocket attack||0||26||Abha, Saudi Arabia||Abha International Airport attack||A Houthi-fired rocket landed in the arrivals hall of the Abha International Airport, injuring over two dozen civilians.||Houthi movement||Yemeni Civil War|
|16 June||Suicide bombings||30 (+3)||40+||Konduga, Nigeria||2019 Borno bombings||30 civilians were killed when three Boko Haram suicide bombers detonated their explosives in the Mandareri-Sambisa ward of the Konduga Local Government Area in central Borno State. The bombers targeted a crowd of civilians watching a football match.||Boko Haram||Boko Haram insurgency|
|17 June||Shooting||0 (+1)||1||Dallas, United States of America||2019 Dallas courthouse shooting||A gunman attacked the Earle Cabell Federal Building and Courthouse in Dallas, Texas, United States. No law enforcement officers or civilians were injured in the shooting, though one person sustained a superficial injury when she was taking cover; the only casualty was the shooter who was shot dead by the security forces. The gunman appears to have self-radicalized online, posting memes from an incel, extremist far right memes including ideas about the Confederate States and Nazism, combining eco-friendly and libertarian ideas with far-right authoritarianism.||Bryan Isaack Clyde||Terrorism in the United States|
|22 June||Shooting, assassinations||13+||0||Bahir Dar and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia||Amhara Region coup d'état attempt||Dozens of people were killed during a failed coup d'état by Amhara militias against the regional government. In Bahir Dar the Amhara Region President Ambachew Mekonnen, his adviser Ezez Wassie and Amharra Region Attorney General Megbaru Kebede were killed in the state offices during a meeting. In Addis Ababa Chief of Staff of the Ethiopian National Defense Force General Se'are Mekonnen and a retired general who had been visiting him were killed by a bodyguard. The militias were part of the Amhara Region's Peace and Security Bureau led by Brigadier General Asaminew Tsige, who was shot dead by security forces two days later.||Amhara militias||Amhara Region coup d'état attempt|
|28 June||Suicide bombings||6 (+2)||22||Indanan, Philippines||2019 Indanan bombings||6 people including three soldiers were killed when two suicide bombers attacked a military camp belonging to the army in Indanan, Sulu. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack and released a photo of the two perpetrators.||Islamic State (claimed)
Abu Sayyaf (suspected)
|1 July||Car bombing, shooting||40 (+5)||100+||Kabul, Afghanistan||1 July 2019 Kabul attack||40 people, 6 security personnel and 34 civilians, were killed and over 100 more including 35 children injured in a complex assault on a defense ministry building in downtown Kabul. The militants initially detonated the powerful bomb packed in a minibus, before entering a nearby building and opening fire. The attack took place near a defense ministry building, with a media building, the Afghan Football Association building and a school located nearby. Five attackers were also killed. The Taliban claimed responsibility.||Taliban||War in Afghanistan|
|12 July||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.||Al-Shabaab||Somali Civil War (2009–present)|
|27 July||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.||Boko Haram||Boko Haram insurgency|
|31 July||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.||Taliban||War in Afghanistan|
|3 August||Mass shooting||23||23||El Paso, Texas, United States||2019 El Paso shooting||A mass shooting took place at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, United States, on the morning of August 3, 2019. Twenty-two people were killed and 24 others were injured. A single gunman is suspected of committing the shooting. He was apprehended by police shortly afterward and arrested. The FBI is investigating the shooting as an act of domestic terrorism and a possible hate crime. The attacker released a manifesto before the attack, expressing support for and inspiration by the Christchurch mosque shootings, along with worry about Hispanic invasion, automation, large corporations, and environmental degradation. He quoted that "Hispanics will take control of the local and state government of my beloved Texas, changing policy to better suit their needs."||Patrick Crusius||Terrorism in the United States|
|4 August||Bombing||20 (+1)||49||Cairo, Egypt||2019 Cairo bombing||An explosion following a crash caused by a car that drove into three other cars outside a hospital in central Cairo has left 20 people dead and 47 injured. Initially it appeared to be an accident, but the next day the Interior Minister declared that there were explosives inside the car which were to be used in a terrorist operation. The attacker was killed in the explosion. The explosives-filled car was being driven to another part of the capital to carry out an attack when it crashed into other cars. The minister accused the Hasm Movement, but the group denied the allegations.||Hasm Movement (suspected)||Sinai insurgency|
|7 August||Stabbing||1||0||Migdal Oz, West Bank||Murder of Dvir Sorek||Dvir Sorek was an 18 year old Yeshiva student traveled to Jerusalem to buy books, but on his way back he was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist. The attack happened near a bus stop and two suspects were later arrested.||Hamas||Israeli–Palestinian conflict|
|10 August||Shooting||1||1 (+1)||Bærum, Norway||Bærum mosque shooting||A gunman opened fire on the Al-Noor Islamic Centre, just outside the Norwegian capital Oslo, wounding a man. Only three people were inside the building at the time of the attack. A woman was later found dead at the house of the attacker. The attacker was sentenced to 21 years in prison for murder and terrorist crimes.||Philip Manshaus||Right-wing terrorism in Europe|
|17 August||Suicide bombing||92 (+1)||142||Kabul, Afghanistan||17 August 2019 Kabul bombing||A bomb exploded in a wedding hall in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing 92 people and wounding more than 140. The explosion happened at around 22:40 local time (18.10 GMT) in an area in the west of the city mostly populated by Shia Muslims. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.||Islamic State||War in Afghanistan|
|19 August||Bombing||0||0||Newtownbutler, United Kingdom||Newtownbutler bombing||A bomb exploded near the town of Newtownbutler, Northern Ireland as police and the bomb squad was searching for a device that was reported in the area over the weekend. No one was injured in the attack which has been blamed on the New IRA.||New IRA (suspected)||Dissident Irish Republican campaign|
|23 August||Bombing||1||2||Dolev, West Bank||Murder of Rina Shnerb||A roadside bomb exploded when Rabbi Eitan Shnerb, Rina Shnerb and her brother Dvir where hiking. Rina was killed, while her brother and father were injured. Three PFLP members were arrested.||PFLP||Israeli–Palestinian conflict|
|8 September||Bombing, shooting||29||6||Sanmatenga Province, Burkina Faso||Sanmatenga attacks||Two attacks were launched in Burkina Faso. In the first attack, one vehicle transporting people and goods rode over an improvised explosive device in the Barsalogho Department leaving at least 15 passengers dead. In the second attack, 14 people were killed after a convoy of mostly three-wheeled vehicles taking food to people displaced by fighting was attacked.||Unknown||Insurgency in the Maghreb|
|15 September||Bombing||12||13||Al-Rai, Syria||2019 al-Rai bombing||A car bomb explosion next to a hospital in the northern Syrian town of al-Rai killed 12 civilians and wounded 13 more. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.||Unknown||Syrian Civil War|
|3 October||Stabbing||4 (+1)||2||Paris, France||Paris police headquarters stabbing||A radicalised Islamist stabbed four people to death, and injured two others at the central police headquarters in Paris. He was an administrative worker and had been recently converting to Salafist Islam. The perpetrator was shot instantly dead by other officers.||Mickaël Harpon||Islamic terrorism in Europe|
|4 October||Shooting||20||Unknown||Arbinda Department, Burkina Faso||Dolmane gold mine attack||Around 20 people have been killed and an unknown number of others injured in an attack on a gold mining site in northern Burkina Faso by suspected Islamic terrorists. The attack took place not far from where a bridge linking two northern towns was blown up in mid-September.||Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (suspected)||Insurgency in the Maghreb|
|9 October||Shooting, bombing||2||2 (+1)||Halle and Landsberg, Germany||Halle synagogue shooting||Two people were killed when a man wearing military style clothing attempted to enter a synagogue by force and attacked a kebab shop in Halle, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The attacker fled the scene in a car and wounded a man and a woman while stealing a Taxicap from a garage in the Landsberg region. A few hours later he had an accident near Zeitz and was arrested. The attacker had a far-right terror motive, and streamed the attack on Twitch for 35 minutes, where he explained his motives for the attack and expressed racist comments on Jews and non-white people.||Stephan Balliet||Terrorism in Germany|
|10 October||Stabbing||0||4||Banten Province, Indonesia||Stabbing attack against Wiranto||Wiranto, a 72-year-old Indonesian politician, is stabbed two times in his stomach by an Islamic State member. He survived the attack and is in a stable condition. Three other people, including a police officer, were stabbed and wounded. The two attackers, a man and a woman, were arrested.||Islamic State/Jamaah Ansharut Daulah||Terrorism in Indonesia|
|11 October||Shooting||16||2||Oudalan Province, Burkina Faso||Burkina Faso mosque attack||Gunmen attacked a mosque in northern Burkina Faso while the residents were praying inside the Grand Mosque in Salmossi. 16 people were killed and two became injured in the attack. There is still uncertainty who is behind the attack, but an Islamist group is suspected.||Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin (suspected)||Insurgency in the Maghreb|
|18 October||Bombings||73||36||Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan||Haska Meyna mosque bombing||Twin blasts kill 73 people and injure 36 who were praying in a mosque for a Friday prayer. The mosque roof collapsed trapping many bodies under the debris.||Islamic State (suspected)||War in Afghanistan|
|29 October||Massacre||7||1||Kulgam district, India||2019 Kulgam massacre||Eight Bengali Muslim labourers were attacked in their home by suspected Kashmiri separatists. Only one survived the attack.||Hizbul Mujahideen||Insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir|
|1 November||Shooting||54||3||Ménaka Region, Mali||2019 Indelimane attack||53 soldiers and a civilian were killed in a suspected Islamic terrorist attack on a military post in In-Delimane, in the Ménaka Region near the Malian border with Niger. The attackers reportedly fled towards the border after the attack. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.||Islamic State||Northern Mali conflict|
|13 November||Suicide bombing||0 (+1)||6||Medan, Indonesia||2019 Medan suicide bombing||A suicide bomber blew himself up near the Medan Police's headquarters. Only the attacker was killed. Four police officers and two civilians became injured. The attacker had connections with Islamic State-affiliated Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD).||Jamaah Ansharut Daulah||Terrorism in Indonesia|
|29 November||Stabbing||2 (+1)||3||London, United Kingdom||2019 London Bridge stabbing||A mass stabbing at London Bridge results in two civilians killed and three others injured. The attacker, 28-year-old convicted terrorist Usman Khan, wearing a fake explosive belt, was shot dead by police. The stabbing is confirmed as a terrorist attack. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack without giving evidence.||Usman Khan||Islamic terrorism in Europe|
|6 December||Shooting||3 (+1)||8||Pensacola, United States||Naval Air Station Pensacola shooting||A Saudi student opened fire at a US naval base in Pensacola, Florida. The attack left at least three killed and eight injured, including two deputies. The attacker was identified as Mohamed Saeed Alshamrani. On 13 January 2020, Attorney General Barr classified it as an 'act of terrorism.' Al-Qaeda claimed responsibility for the attack.||AQAP||Terrorism in the United States|
|6 December||Ambush, shooting||11||4||Wajir County, Kenya||2019 Kenya bus shooting||Gunmen ambushed a bus belonging to The Medina Bus Company near the border with Somalia. 11 people, including seven police officers and a doctor, were killed and four were injured in the attack. The attackers specifically targeted non-Somalis. Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility as revenge for Kenyan troops stationed inside Somalia.||Al-Shabaab||Terrorism in Kenya|
|10 December||Shooting||4 (+2)||3||Jersey City, United States||2019 Jersey City shooting||A man and a woman opened fire at a kosher grocery store. Three civilians were killed and another civilian and two police officers were wounded. Before the attack the shooters killed a police detective at a nearby cemetery. During a shootout with the police the two attackers were killed. They acted due to antisemitic and anti-police motives.||Black Hebrew Israelite movement||Terrorism in the United States|
|11 December||Suicide car bombing, car bombing, shooting||2 (+1+)||80||Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan||2019 Bagram Airfield attack||Multiple militants of the Taliban killed two civilians and injure 80 others in twin attacks against the biggest American base in Afghanistan and an under construction medical facility near the air base. No Americans were killed or injured in the attack.||Taliban||War in Afghanistan|
|11 December||Shooting, bombing, mortar attack||71 (+?)||12||Inates, Niger||Battle of Inates||Islamic State militants, with mortars and bombs, attacked a military post killing 71 soldiers, wounding and kidnapping dozens of others. Multiple terrorists were killed in the attack. 30 soldiers were reported missing after the attack.||ISWAP||Insurgency in the Maghreb|
|24 December||Mass shooting||42 (+80)||Several||Arbinda, Burkina Faso||Arbinda attack||Jihadists attacked an army outpost in northern Burkina Faso, resulting in the deaths of 7 soldiers and 80 militants. Simultaneously, dozens of militants attacked civilians in the nearby town of Arbinda, killing 35, including 31 women. Islamic State claimed responsibility, but only for the killing of the soldiers.||ISWAP||Insurgency in the Maghreb|
|28 December||Suicide truck bombing||84 (+1)||150+||Mogadishu, Somalia||December 2019 Mogadishu bombing||A suicide truck bombing at a checkpoint killed at least 84 people, including at least 15 university students, several police officers and two Turkish engineers. At least 150 other people are wounded, many in critical conditions. Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack on 30 December.||Al-Shabaab||Somali Civil War|
|28 December||Stabbing||1||4||Monsey, United States||Monsey Hanukkah stabbing||A man stabbed and injured 5 people in the home of a rabbi where a Hanukkah party was underway. The suspect fled the scene and was arrested in New York City after midnight. New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo described the attack as an "act of domestic terrorism". One victim died in March 2020 after spending 3 months in a coma.||Grafton E. Thomas||Antisemitism in the United States|
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- At least eight killed in Kenya in suspected Islamist militant attack
- 7 police officers, a doctor among 10 dead in Kenya terror attack
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