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Terrorism > Terrorist Acts > 2000-2006 > Fatalities: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Terrorist acts by country from 2000 to 2006. Data for 1998-Present covers both domestic and international incidents. NOTE: Data for Chechnya: 220 incidences; 768 injuries; 362 fatalities. Data for Kosovo alone: 58 incidences; 80 injuries; 19 fatalities. Data for Montenegro alone: 6 incidences; 1 fatality. Data for Northern Ireland: 561 incidences; 105 injuries; 17 fatalities. Data for Kashmir: 920 incidences; 2208 injuries; 1236 fatalities.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Iraq 11,611 2006
2 United States 2,990 2006
OPEC countries average (profile) 1,354.78 2006
3 Colombia 1,177 2006
4 Russia 945 2006
5 India 899 2006
6 Pakistan 855 2006
7 Afghanistan 790 2006
8 Israel 728 2006
South Asia average (profile) 683.25 2006
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 510.83 2006
9 West Bank 486 2006
10 Philippines 485 2006
11 Indonesia 465 2006
12 Uganda 450 2006
13 Thailand 305 2006
South and Central Asia average (profile) 291.09 2006
Emerging markets average (profile) 257.76 2006
14 Angola 257 2006
15 Sri Lanka 251 2006
16 Spain 241 2006
17 Bangladesh 189 2006
18 Turkey 169 2006
19 Nepal 156 2006
20 Algeria 133 2006
21 Saudi Arabia 119 2006
22 Egypt 112 2006
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 79.92 2006
23 Jordan 73 2006
24 Yemen 71 2006
25 Sudan 61 2006
26 United Kingdom 56 2006
27 Peru 52 2006
28 Burma 46 2006
29 Somalia 43 2006
30 Iran 36 2006
31 Morocco 35 2006
32 Venezuela 30 2006
=33 Ethiopia 28 2006
=33 Lebanon 28 2006
=33 Honduras 28 2006
=36 Serbia and Montenegro 25 2006
=36 Kyrgyzstan 25 2006
38 Uzbekistan 21 2006
39 Georgia 20 2006
=40 France 15 2006
=40 Tunisia 15 2006
42 Tajikistan 14 2006
43 Kenya 13 2006
44 Ecuador 12 2006
45 Cambodia 11 2006
46 Mexico 10 2006
47 Eritrea 8 2006
48 Azerbaijan 7 2006
=49 Malaysia 6 2006
=49 Democratic Republic of the Congo 6 2006
=51 Guatemala 5 2006
=51 China 5 2006
=51 Kuwait 5 2006
=54 East Timor 4 2006
=54 Bolivia 4 2006
=56 Italy 3 2006
=56 Ukraine 3 2006
=56 South Africa 3 2006
=59 Netherlands 2 2006
=59 Qatar 2 2006
=59 Greece 2 2006
=59 Albania 2 2006
=59 Haiti 2 2006
=64 Turkmenistan 1 2006
=64 Costa Rica 1 2006
=64 Australia 1 2006
=64 Estonia 1 2006
=64 Argentina 1 2006
=64 Laos 1 2006
=64 Cote d'Ivoire 1 2006
=64 Armenia 1 2006
=64 Bulgaria 1 2006
=64 Chad 1 2006
=64 Brazil 1 2006
=64 Burundi 1 2006
=64 Nicaragua 1 2006
=64 Germany 1 2006
=64 Kazakhstan 1 2006
=79 Bosnia and Herzegovina 0.0 2006
=79 Tanzania 0.0 2006
=79 Madagascar 0.0 2006
=79 South Korea 0.0 2006
=79 Slovakia 0.0 2006
=79 Norway 0.0 2006
=79 Portugal 0.0 2006
=79 Guinea 0.0 2006
=79 Ireland 0.0 2006
=79 Nigeria 0.0 2006
=79 El Salvador 0.0 2006
=79 Denmark 0.0 2006
=79 Moldova 0.0 2006
=79 Taiwan 0.0 2006
=79 Mauritania 0.0 2006
=79 Hungary 0.0 2006
=79 Syria 0.0 2006
=79 Paraguay 0.0 2006
=79 Slovenia 0.0 2006
=79 New Zealand 0.0 2006
=79 Czech Republic 0.0 2006
=79 Cyprus 0.0 2006
=79 Togo 0.0 2006
=79 Vietnam 0.0 2006
=79 Japan 0.0 2006
=79 Belarus 0.0 2006
=79 Chile 0.0 2006
=79 Belgium 0.0 2006
=79 Croatia 0.0 2006
=79 Uruguay 0.0 2006
=79 Djibouti 0.0 2006

Citation

"Countries Compared by Terrorism > Terrorist Acts > 2000-2006 > Fatalities. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Terrorism/Terrorist-Acts/2000--2006/Fatalities

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If there were over a total of 3,000 deaths in the 9/11 attacks, how is it from 2000-2006 there is only 2990 deaths resulted from terrorism in the United States?? That is a miscalculation, especially since there could be a probability of another terrorist attack after 9/11. There was on the east coast at the Jewish Synagogues. It was reported to be by a Yemen terrorist group. Hope you can explain such a mishap in the calculation.

Posted on 18 Jun 2011

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