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List of over 8,500 most known terror attacks in the world Including type of attack, number of casualties etc.
Organization responsible for the terror attack Date of attack Description of the attack City Country Region Target Tactic Suicide Injuries and Fatalities Weapon
Anti-Castro Cubans 6 January 1968 UNITED STATES. The Japanese ship "Mikagasan Maru," in Galveston, Texas, was extensively damaged by a bomb allegedly placed by El Poder Cubano. Galveston United States North America Maritime Bombing No   Explosives
Unknown Group 8 January 1968 UNITED STATES. At sea, 300 miles east of Miami, Florida, the British freighter "Lancastrian Prince" was the scene of an attempted bombing.   United States North America Maritime Bombing No   Explosives
Movimiento Peronista 10 January 1968 ARGENTINA. Two Molotov cocktails exploded on the sidewalk outside the U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires shortly after midnight. Pamphlets were found nearby claiming the act for Movimiento Peronista. Buenos Aires Argentina Latin America & the Caribbean Diplomatic Bombing No   Fire or Firebomb
Unknown Group 5 February 1968 URUGUAY. An unexploded Molotov cocktail was found on the steps of the Binational Center building in Montevideo. Montevideo Uruguay Latin America & the Caribbean Diplomatic Bombing No   Fire or Firebomb
Anti-Castro Cubans 8 March 1968 UNITED STATES. The Bank of Tokyo Trust Company in New York was bombed by El Poder Cubano. New York United States North America Business Bombing No   Explosives
Other Group 9 March 1968 UNITED STATES. Croatian terrorists planted a bomb aboard the Kupres, a Yugoslav ship. The bomb was located and disarmed after a tip from the FBI.   United States North America Maritime Bombing No   Explosives
Unknown Group 10 March 1968 ARGENTINA. A bomb exploded at the Binational Center building causing no damage or injuries.   Argentina Latin America & the Caribbean Diplomatic Bombing No   Explosives
Anti-Castro Cubans 7 April 1968 UNITED STATES. The Canadian consulate and tourist office in New York City was bombed by El Poder Cubano. New York United States North America Diplomatic Bombing No   Explosives
Anti-Castro Cubans 7 April 1968 UNITED STATES. The Australian National Tourist Office in New York City was bombed by El Poder Cubano. New York United States North America Diplomatic Bombing No   Explosives
Unknown Group 9 April 1968 ISRAEL. Three bombs exploded in and near the central bus station in Tel Aviv. Four hundred Arabs were arrested for questioning. One Israeli was killed and seventy-one wounded. Tel Aviv Israel Middle East / Persian Gulf Transportation Bombing No 72 Explosives
Black Panthers 11 April 1968 UNITED STATES. Armed with a revolver, a member of the Black Panthers, Raymond Johnson of Alexandria, LA, hijacked a National Airlines flight #186 to Cuba. The flight was enroute from New Orleans to Miami. The hijacker was arrested and held by Cuba. New Orleans United States North America Airports & Airlines Hijacking No   Unknown
National Liberation Army (Colombia) 3 May 1968 COLOMBIA. Three members of the Ejercito de Liberacion Nacional (ELN) hijacked a Colombian Avianca Airlines DC-4 plane with 28 passengers and 3 crewmen and ordered it flown to Cuba. The plane, en route from Riohacha to Barranquilla, Colombia, was diverted and forced to fly to Santiago de Cuba. Colombian guerrilla leader Ricardo Lara Parada was reported aboard the plane. Lara was connected with the National Liberation Army, a pro-Castro guerrilla group operating in Colombia. The plane and its Riohacha Colombia Latin America & the Caribbean Airports & Airlines Hijacking No   Unknown
Other Group 8 June 1968 ISRAEL. Palestinian terrorists fired three bazooka shells into the town of Ein Yahav, shattering an empty infirmary but injuring no one. Ein Yahav Israel Middle East / Persian Gulf Private Citizens & Property Bombing No   Explosives
Other Group 6 July 1968 BAHAMAS. Haitian Consul Joseph Antoine Dorce was assassinated by four Haitian exiles, members of the Haitian Coalition, a New York-based anti-Duvalier organization.   Bahamas, The Latin America & the Caribbean Diplomatic Assassination No 1 Unknown
Anti-Castro Cubans 7 July 1968 UNITED STATES. The Japanese National Tourist Office in New York City was bombed by El Poder Cubano. New York United States North America Diplomatic Bombing No   Explosives
Unknown Group 10 July 1968 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. An explosive device was dismantled in front of the USIS building.   Dominican Republic Latin America & the Caribbean Diplomatic Bombing No   Explosives
Unknown Group 10 July 1968 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. An explosive device found in front of the US Marine security guard's residence in Santo Domingo was dismantled. Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Latin America & the Caribbean Military Bombing No   Explosives
Frente de Liberacion Nacional del Vietnam del Sur 3 August 1968 ARGENTINA. The USIS office in Rosario was machine-gunned presumably by a taxi that had been seen in the area. A note left by the attackers identified themselves as the Frente de Liberacion Nacional del Vietnam del Sur. Rosario Argentina Latin America & the Caribbean Diplomatic Armed Attack No   Firearms
Anti-Castro Cubans 8 August 1968 UNITED STATES. A 311-foot British freighter "Caribbean Venture" was seriously damaged by an underwater explosion as she lay at anchor in Biscayne Bay, Miami, Florida. Several hours later, El Poder Cubano said it had planted the mine because of British trade with Cuba. The vessel settled five feet in the water after the blast. There were no injuries. Miami United States North America Maritime Bombing No   Explosives
Unknown Group 10 August 1968 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. A group of youths threw Molotov cocktails at the entrance of the Santiago de los Caballeros Binational Center entrance. A fire caused slight damage. Santiago de Los Caballeros Dominican Republic Latin America & the Caribbean Diplomatic Bombing No   Fire or Firebomb

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