List of terrorist incidents
The following is a list of terrorist incidents that have not been carried out by a state or its forces (see state terrorism and state-sponsored terrorism). Assassinations are listed at List of assassinated people.
Scholars dispute what might be called terrorism in earlier periods. The modern sense of terrorism emerged in the mid-19th century.
|5 November 1605||Attempted bombing||0||0||England||Gunpowder Plot: A group of English Catholics led by Robert Catesby plotted to bomb the House of Lords in order to kill King James I, with the goal of installing his nine-year-old daughter Princess Elizabeth as the Catholic head of state. The explosives beneath the House of Lords were discovered a day before their planned detonation, and the conspirators were either killed in a battle at Holbeche House or executed for treason.||Robert Catesby and co-conspirators|
|July 28, 1835||Shooting||18||22 (+1)||France||Giuseppe Marco Fieschi used a volley gun to attack the royal entourage of King Louis-Philippe of France during the annual review of the National Guard as part of a revolutionary plot. Fieschi was badly injured when four of the weapon's barrels exploded and was captured soon after. He was executed with co-conspirators Pierre Morey and Theodore Pépin on 19 February 1836.||Giuseppe Marco Fieschi|
|1865–1877||Murders||c. 3,000||Several||United States||c. 3,000 Freedmen and their Republican Party allies are killed by the Ku Klux Klan and well-organized campaigns of violence by other local whites in a campaign of terrorist violence that weakened the reconstructionist governments in the Southern United States and helped re-establish legitimized segregation.||Ku Klux Klan||Reconstruction Era|
|April 14, 1865||Assassination, shooting, killing||1||8 (+1)||United States||President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theatre in Washington D.C. Booth's co-conspirators were to launch simultaneous attacks on Vice President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William H. Seward, but Seward's attacker failed to kill him and Johnson's lost his nerve. Booth was killed after a 12-day manhunt, and several of his co-conspirators were later arrested and executed.||John Wilkes Booth and co-conspirators||American Civil War|
|December 13, 1867||Prison escape||12||120||United Kingdom||The "Clerkenwell Outrage": A bomb exploded next to a wall of Clerkenwell Prison as an attempt to abet the escape of an arms dealer.||Fenian Society|
|December 28, 1870||Attempted assassination||1||0||Spain||Attack to General Juan Prim, Prime Minister of Spain. He died two days later after the injuries.||Political adversaries|
|1880||Attempted assassination||0||0||Russia||Attempted assassination of General Mikhail Loris-Melikov.||Anarchists (suspected)|
|1881||Assassination by bombing||2||12||St.Petersburg, Russia||Assassination of Alexander II of Russia.||Narodnaya Volya|
|1881-1885||Bombing||0 (+3)||98||United Kingdom||Fenian dynamite campaign.||Irish Republican Brotherhood|
|1884||Assassination||2||0||Russia||Assassination of Colonel Soudekine, Chief of Police.||Nihilist movement|
|May 4, 1886||Bombing||7 (+4)||160+||Chicago||Haymarket Affair. A peaceful rally in Haymarket, Chicago, Illinois, was disrupted when a bomb was detonated as police were dispersing the public demonstration.||FOTLU|
|July 23, 1892||Assassination attempt||0||1 (+1)||Pittsburgh||Alexander Berkman, a Russian expatriate, attempted to assassinate Henry Clay Frick, an American industrialist, financier, and art patron, in Pittsburgh. Berkman was arrested and Frick survived. Berkman claims inspiration from the Haymarket Affair.||Alexander Berkman|
|August 8, 1893||Attempted assassination||1||0||Spain||Assassination of Antonio Cánovas del Castillo, Prime Minister of Spain.||Anarchists led by the Italian Michele Angiolillo|
|December 9, 1893||Bombing||0||20||Paris||French anarchist Auguste Vaillant bombed the French Chamber of Deputies injuring 20 deputies.||Auguste Vaillant|
|June 24, 1894||Assassination||1||0||Lyon||French president Marie François Sadi Carnot is fatally stabbed by Italian anarchist Sante Geronimo Caserio.||Sante Geronimo Caserio|
|August 26, 1896||Hijacking||10+||0||Constantinople, Ottoman Empire||Occupation of the Ottoman Bank by Armenian separatists. A resulting anti-Armenian pogrom killed around 6,000 individuals.||Armenian Revolutionary Federation|
|July 29, 1900||Assassination||1||0||Monza, Italy||Gaetano Bresci, an Italian-American Anarchist, assassinated Umberto I of Italy||Gaetano Bresci|
|April 15, 1902||Assassination||1||0||St.Petersburg, Russia||Minister of the Interior Dmitry Sipyagin was assassinated in the Marinsky Theatre.||Stepan Balmashov|
|April 28, 1903 - 1 May 1903||Bombings||0 (+4)||Thessaloniki, Ottoman Empire||Members of the Boatmen of Thessaloníki, a Bulgarian anarchist group, carried out a series of bombings in Thessaloniki||Boatmen of Thessaloníki|
|May 18, 1904||Kidnapping||0||2 kidnapped||Morocco||Ion Perdicaris and Cromwell Varley were kidnapped and held for ransom by bandit Mulai Ahmed er Raisuli in Morocco.||Mulai Ahmed er Raisuli|
|February 15, 1905||Bombing||2||1+||Russia||Assassination of Grand Duke Serge Alexandrovich Romanov by Socialist-revolutionaries. His coach driver Andrei Rudinkin was also killed.||Ivan Kalyayev|
|July 21, 1905||Bombing||26||58||Ottoman Empire||Yıldız assassination attempt: Attempted assassination targeting Abdul Hamid II of Ottoman Empire
||Armenian Revolutionary Federation|
|May 31, 1906||Bombing||24||Several||Spain||Morral affair. 24 people were killed when terrorist bombed the Royal Couple, Alfonso XIII of Spain and Victoria Eugenie, on their wedding day.||Mateo del Morral|
|August 25, 1906||Bombing||28||Several||Aptekarsky Island, Russia||28 people were killed when three terrorists bombed a reception in an attempt to assassinate Pyotr Stolypin.||Union of Socialists Revolutionaries Maximalists|
|July 11-12 July 1908||Bombing||1||23||Malmö, Sweden||Night between 11 and 12 July: Bombing of the boat Amalthea where British strikebreakers lived by Anton Nilsson One was killed and 23 wounded.||Anton Nilsson|
|October 1, 1910||Bombing||21||105+||Los Angeles, United States||Los Angeles Times bombing killed 21 people and wounded over 100 others.||Lone wolf (terrorism)|
|September 14, 1911||Shooting||1||0||Kiev, Russia||Assassination of Pyotyr Stolypin, Russian Prime Minister.||Dmitri Bogrov|
|1912-1914||Various||2 (+2)||27+ (+1)||United Kingdom||Protest campaign by militant suffragettes campaigning for women's right to vote, including acts of disruption and violence aimed at property and the public. Also included a possible second suffragette assassination attempt on Prime Minister Herbert Asquith.||Women's Social and Political Union|
|June 28, 1914||Shooting||2||1||Sarajevo, Austria-Hungary||Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne.||Gavrilo Princip|
|July 22, 1916||Bombing||10||40||San Francisco, United States||Preparedness Day Bombing was a bombing in San Francisco, California on 22 July 1916, when the city held a parade in anticipation of the United States' entry into World War I. During the parade, a suitcase bomb was detonated, killing ten and wounding forty.||Galleanist Anarchists (suspected)|
|July 30, 1916||Bombing||4||Hundreds||Jersey City, United States||Black Tom explosion was a planned detonation of a munitions factory at Black Tom Island in the neutral United States by Imperial German Agents that killed four and injured hundreds, as well as causing millions of dollars in damages.||Imperial German Agents|
|September 16, 1920||Bombing||38||300||New York City, United States||Wall Street bombing killed 38 people and wounded 300 others.||Galleanist Anarchists (suspected)||Red Scare|
|October 14, 1920||Bombings||1||10||Trieste, Italy||In Trieste, nationalists threw six bombs at the editorial office of a Socialist newspaper, resulting in one death and ten injuries.||Italian Nationalists|
|October 15, 1920||Bombings||0||2||Milan, Italy||In Milan, anarchists were responsible for throwing two bombs at a hotel holding a British delegation attending the Milan International Conference; there were two injuries.||Anarchists|
|December 8, 1920||Bombing||3||3||Bucharest, Romania||A bomb placed by a left-wing terrorist group blows up in the Romanian Senate, killing the Minister of Justice and two other senators. Likewise, President of the Senate and two Orthodox bishops were severely injured.||Max Goldstein, Leon Lichtblau and Saul Ozias|
|May 31, 1921||Riot||39-300||800+||Tulsa, United States||The Tulsa race riot killed at least 39 people and injured over 800.||Ku Klux Klan|
|December 13, 1921||Bombing||100||Bolgrad, Romania||The Bolgrad palace bombing occurred when a bomb thrown by Bessarabian separatists at the Bolgrad palace, killed 100 soldiers and police officers.||Bessarabian separatists||Union of Bessarabia with Romania|
|October 31, 1923||Shooting||1||1||Dublin, Irish Free State||Far-right extremists shot two Jewish men as they walked across St. Stephen's Green in Dublin. One of the men was killed.||Far-right extremists|
|April 16, 1925||Bombing||150||~500||Sofia, Bulgaria||St Nedelya Church assault – The Bulgarian Communist Party (BCP) blew up the church's roof during the funeral service of General Konstantin Georgiev, who had been killed in a previous Communist assault on 14 April. 150 people, mainly from the country's political and military elite, were killed in the attack and around 500 were injured.||Bulgarian Communist Party|
- France, 1934, 9 October: During a state visit, Alexander I of Yugoslavia was assassinated by Bulgarian Vlado Chernozemski, a member of the Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization.
- Mandatory Palestine 1936–1939: 1936–1939 Arab revolt, Palestine Arab "gang and terrorist activities" against British colonial rule, and Jewish immigrants.
- Mandatory Palestine 1937–1948: The Irgun are responsible for numerous attacks in British-mandated Palestine.
- Sweden 1940, 3 March: Politically motivated bombing targeted at the communist newspaper Norrskensflamman (Northern Flame) by various perpetrators. 5 persons were killed, 2 of which were children, along with 5 others injured.
- United States 1940–1956: George Metesky, the "Mad Bomber", places over 30 bombs in New York City in public places such as Grand Central Terminal and The Paramount Theater, injuring ten during this period, in protest against the local electric utility. He also sends many threatening letters.
- United States 1940, 4 July: Time bomb is recovered from the British Pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair, two policemen were killed.
- Mandatory Palestine 1946, 22 July: The King David Hotel bombing by Zionist paramilitary group Irgun kills 91 and injures 46 non-fatally.
- Romania 1947, 25 July: Three Romanian terrorists kill an aircrew member aboard a Romanian airliner. This is regarded as the first aircraft hijack resulting in a fatality.
- Mandatory Palestine 1948, 22 February, Ben Yehuda Street bombings: three British Army trucks led by an armoured car driven by Arab irregulars and British deserters exploded on Ben Yehuda Street killing 58 Jewish civilians and injuring 140.
- Philippines 1949, 7 May: thirteen people are killed as a Philippine airliner explodes in flight travelling from Daet to Manila. A time bomb detonates 30 minutes after departure near Alabat Island.
- Syria 1949, 5 August: 12 killed and dozens injured in the Menarsha synagogue attack, Damascus.
- Argentina 1953, 15 April: Detonation of two bombs in a union act organized by the General Confederation of Labour in Plaza de Mayo and the Plaza de Mayo station of the Buenos Aires Underground. As a result, six people died and more than 90 were injured.
- Israel 1954, 17 March: an Israeli civilian passenger bus is attacked by unknown assailants at the Scorpions Pass in the Negev, resulting in the deaths of eleven passengers.
- Cyprus 1956, 16 June: The United States vice consul is killed and six other consulate staff are injured when a terrorist throws 2 bombs in a restaurant in Nicosia.
- Lebanon 1958, 15 August: Three people are killed in a bomb blast in Beirut. The bombing also injures ten more at a grocery store near the Lebanese Parliament.
- Venezuela 1960, 24 June: Attempted assassination of President Rómulo Betancourt.
- South Africa 1962, 22 November: Members of the Pan Africanist Congress' military wing, Poqo targeted the town of Paarl in the Western Cape, when a crowd of over 200 people armed with axes, pangas and other home-made weapons marched from the Mbekweni township into Paarl and attacked the police station, homes and shops. Two white residents and 5 attackers were killed. Poqo directed its activities at the white population in general. It was also Poqo's avowed policy to attack and kill Black people who were some way or another linked to the apartheid state.
- Canada 1963–1970: Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) committed frequent bombings targeting English businesses and banks, as well as McGill University. The whole bombing campaign resulted in 8 known deaths and numerous injuries.
- Argentina 1963, 29 August: The Tacuara Nationalist Movement robbed a bank, stealing almost 100,000 US dollars. 2 people died and 3 were injured.
- United States 1963, 15 September, 16th Street Baptist Church bombing – Four members of the Ku Klux Klan planted at least 15 sticks of dynamite attached to a timing device beneath the front steps of the church. The explosion killed 4 girls and wounded 22.
- South Vietnam 1965, 26 June: Two simultaneous explosions took place near a restaurant in the 1965 Saigon bombing during the Vietnam War. The attack killed 42 people and 80 were wounded.
- Nigeria 1966: The 1966 anti-Igbo pogrom was a series of massacres committed against Igbos and other people of southern Nigerian origin living in northern Nigeria starting in May 1966 and reaching a peak after 29 September 1966. Between 8,000 and 30,000 Igbos and easterners have been estimated to have been killed. A further 1 million Igbos fled the Northern Region into the East. These events led to the secession of the eastern Nigerian region and the declaration of the Republic of Biafra, which ultimately led to the Nigeria-Biafra war.
- Greece 1967, 12 November: A bomb explodes on board Cyprus Airways Flight 284 near Rhodes killing all 66 people on the aircraft.
- Argentina/ Falkland Islands 1966, 28–29 September: a group of militant Argentine nationalists hijacked a civilian Aerolineas Argentinas aircraft while flying over Puerto Santa Cruz and forced the captain at gunpoint to land in the Falkland Islands, where they took several civilians hostage. The crisis was resolved 36 hours later when the hijackers agreed to release their hostages and return to Argentina for trial.
- Israel 1968, 4 September: Three bombs are detonated in Tel Aviv, killing one person and injuring 51 people.
- Israel 1969, 21–25 February: Three separate bombings in Jerusalem, one in the British Consulate and two in a supermarket. In one of the bombings at the supermarket two Israelis were killed and in all attacks 20 were injured. One of the terrorist involved was Rasmea Odeh.
- Ireland 1969, 5 August: A bomb was detonated in Dublin at the main studio of the state broadcaster, RTÉ. The Protestant extremist group the UVF were responsible. No one was injured.
- Ireland 1969 A UPV suicide bomber attacked a power station in Ballyshannon, County Donegal. There were no casualties other than the attacker. The UVF issued a statement saying the attempted attack was a protest against the Irish Army units "still massed on the border in Co Donegal". The statement added: "so long as the threats from Éire continue, so long will the volunteers of Ulster's people's army strike at targets in Southern Ireland".
- Ireland 1969, 31 October: The UVF bombed a monument in Bodenstown, Dublin, dedicated to the Irish Republican hero Wolfe Tone. There were no injuries.
- Italy 1969, 12 December: Piazza Fontana bombing in Milan kills at least thirteen people and injures at least 85. Three additional blasts occur in Rome, injuring 16 people.
- Ireland 1969, 26 December: The UVF bombed the Daniel O'Connell monument in Dublin. There were no injuries but buildings were damaged in a half mile radius.
- Ireland 1969, 28 December: The UVF detonate a bomb outside the Garda central detective bureau in Dublin. The nearby telephone exchange headquarters is suspected to have been the target.
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