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This is an incomplete chronological list of riots.

==Seventeenth century and earlier==
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* 44 BC – Assassination of Julius Caesar (Rome, Roman Republic). During Caesar's cremation in the Forum, an incensed mob took firebrands from the pyre and attacked the houses of Brutus and Cassius, as well as killing Helvius Cinna.Template:Citation needed
* 40 – Riots erupted in Alexandria (Roman Egypt) between Jews and Greeks.
* 532 – Nika riots, (Constantinople, Roman Empire).  Deadliest riots in world history, with an estimated 30,000 killed in the Hippodrome.[1]
* 1182 – (Constantinople, Roman Empire).  Venetians and other "Latins" massacred during a riot.Template:Citation needed
* 1229 – University of Paris strike of 1229, (Paris, France).   Student riot leads to closing of university for two years.
* 1355 – St. Scholastica riot, (Oxford, England)
* 1517 – Evil May Day, (London, England)
* 1648 – Salt Riot, (Moscow, Russia)
* 1662 – Copper Riot, (Moscow, Russia)
* 1668 – Bawdy House Riots, London, England
* 1692 – Mexico City [2]

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==Eighteenth century==
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* 1713 – Boston Bread Riot, (Boston, British America)
* 1736 – Porteous Riots, (Edinburgh, Scotland)
* 1742 – Philadelphia Election Riot, (Philadelphia, British America)
* 1743 – London Gin Riots, (London, England)[3]
* 1766 – Esquilache Riots (Madrid, Spain)
* 1769 – Spitalfield Riots (Spitalfields (London), England)
* 1770 – Boston Massacre (Boston, British America)
* 1771 – Plague Riot (Moscow, Russia)
* 1772 – Pine Tree Riot (Weare, New Hampshire, British America)
* 1773 – Boston Tea Party, Boston, British America. Involved destruction of property.
* 1780 – Gordon Riots, (London, England)
* 1789 – Reveillon Riot, (Paris, France)
* 1791 – Priestley Riots, (Birmingham, England)
* 1794 – Whiskey Rebellion, (Western Pennsylvania, United States)
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* 1809 – Old Price Riots, 1809, (London, England)
* 1811 – Hogmanay Riot, 1811, (Edinburgh, Scotland)
* 1811–1812 – English Luddite Riots, (Leicester/York, England)
* 1816 – Ely and Littleport riots of 1816
* 1816 – Spa Fields riots
* 1829 – Cincinnati riots of 1829, Cincinnati, United States
* 1830 – Swing Riots, (south and east of England)
* 1830 – Opera Riot, (Belgium)
* 1831 – Cholera Riots, (Sevastopol/St. Petersburg, Russia)
* 1831 – Bristol Riots, (Bristol, England)
* 1834 – Anti-Abolitionist Riot, (New York City, United States)
* 1835 – Baltimore bank riot, (Baltimore, United States)
* 1835 August – Lynch mob and riots in Washington, D.C. over a drunken attack by slave Arthur Bowen against his mistress, Anna Thornton [4]

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==20th century==
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* 1903 – Kishinev pogrom, (Kishinev, Russia, now in Moldova)
* 1904 – Vaccine Revolt, (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
* 1905 – Hibiya Incendiary Incident, (Japan)
* 1905 – Broome riots, (Australia)
* 1905 – Bloody Sunday (1905), (St. Petersburg, Russia)
* 1906 – Atlanta Riots, (Atlanta, United States)
* 1907 – Bellingham riots, (Bellingham, Washington, United States)
* 1908 – Springfield Race Riot, (Springfield, Illinois, United States)
===1910s===
* 1910 – Tonypandy Riot (South Wales, UK)
* 1910 – Nationwide riots following the heavyweight championship fight between Jack Johnson and Jim Jeffries in Reno, Nevada on July 4Template:Citation needed
* 1911 – Champagne Riots, (France)
* 1911 – Llanelli Riot,Template:Citation needed (Wales), riot following Llanelli railway strike
* 1913 – The Rite of Spring riot, May 29, 1913 (Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France)
* 1915 – The 1st and 2nd Battle of the Wazzir
* 1916 – Everett massacre, (Everett, Washington, United States)
* 1916 – Liverpool riot of 1916, Sydney, Australia, Australian soldiers
* 1917 – East St. Louis Riot, (St. Louis, Missouri & East St. Louis, Illinois, United States)
* 1917 – Conscription Crisis of 1917, (Quebec, Canada)
* 1917 – Houston Riot (1917), Houston, United States
* 1918 – Rice Riots of 1918, (Japan)
* 1918/19 – Red Flag Riots, Queensland, Australia, largely undertaken by members of the First Australian Imperial Force
* 1919 – Winnipeg General Strike, (Winnipeg, Canada)
* 1919 – Battle of Bow Street, (Bow Street, London, UK)
* 1919 – May Day Riots, (Cleveland, United States)
* 1919 – British race riots
* 1919 – Red Summer, (United States)
* 1919 – Chicago Race Riot, (Chicago, United States)
* 1919 – Luton Peace Day Riots, Luton. United Kingdom
* 1919 – Boston Police Strike, (Boston, United States)
* 1919 – Elaine Race Riot, (Elaine, Arkansas, United States)
* 1919 – Bloody Saturday, (Winnipeg, Canada)
===1920s===
* 1920 – Nebi Musa riots, (British Mandate of Palestine, later Israel)
* 1921 – Jaffa riots,  (British Mandate of Palestine, later Israel, May 1–7, 1921)
* 1921 – Tulsa Race Riot, (Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States)
* 1921–22 – Moplah Riots, (Southern Malabar, British India, later India)
* 1922 – Herrin Massacre, (Herrin, Illinois, United States)
* 1923 – Hamburg Uprising, (Hamburg, Germany on October 23, 1923)
* 1923 – Rosewood massacre, (Rosewood, Florida)
* 1924 – Bhagalpur riots of 1924, (Bhagalpur, India)
* 1929 – Hebron–Safed riots, (British Mandate of Palestine, later Israel) ===1930s===
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* 1931 – Hawaii Riot, (Hawaii, United States)
* 1931 –  Greek nationalist riots (Nicosia, Cyprus)
* 1932 – Bonus Army March, Spring/Summer, Washington, D.C., United States
* 1932 – Newfoundland general election, 1932 April 5 Riot, (St. John's, Dominion of Newfoundland, later Newfoundland and Labrador) [6]
* 1932 – Ford Hunger March (Dearborn, United States)
* 1933 – Christie Pits Race Riots (Toronto, Canada)
* 1933 – Palestine riots, (British Mandate of Palestine, later Israel)
* 1934 – U.S. Nazi Riot[7] (New York City, New York, United States)
* 1934 – Minneapolis Teamsters Strike of 1934 Minneapolis
* 1935 – Harlem Race Riot (New York City, United States)
* 1935 – Regina Riot (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada)
* 1935 – Battle of Ballantyne Pier (Vancouver, Canada)
* 1936 – Battle of Cable Street, (London, England)
* 1936 – Bhagalpur riots of 1936, (Bhagalpur, India)
* 1936–39 – Arab Revolt, (British Mandate of Palestine, later Israel)
* 1937 – Memorial Day Massacre of 1937 (Chicago, United States)
* 1938 – Bloody Sunday (1938) (Vancouver, Canada) ===1940s===
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* 1941 – Ossewabrandwag attacks on South African Union Defence Force February 1, (Johannesburg, South Africa)[8]
* 1942 – Battle of Manners Street, (Wellington, New Zealand)
* 1943 – Zoot Suit Riots, (Los Angeles, California, United States)
* 1943 – Detroit Race Riot (1943), (Detroit, United States)
* 1943 – Harlem Riot, (New York, United States)
* 1944 – Fort Lawton Riot, (Washington, United States)
* 1944 – Agana race riot, (Agana, Guam)
* 1945 – Hanaoka mine riot by Chinese workers, Ōdate, Akita, Japan[9]
* 1945 – Halifax Riot, (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
* 1945 – Helwan Riots, Egypt
* 1946 – Direct Action Day, India[10]
* 1946 – Nylon riots US
* 1946 – Bhagalpur riots of 1946, (Bhagalpur, India)
* 1947 – Jerusalem Riots, (British Mandate of Palestine, later Israel)
* 1947 – Partition riots, India and modern-day Pakistan and Bangladesh
* 1948 – Accra Riots, (Gold Coast, now renamed Ghana)
* 1949 – Durban Riot, South Africa
* 1949 – Peekskill Riot (Peekskill, New York, United States)
* 1949 – Icelandic NATO Riot of the thirtieth of March (Austurvöllur, Reykjavík, Iceland)

===1950s===
* 1950 – Maria Hertogh riots 11 December-13 December, Singapore
* 1950 – Belgian anti-royalism riots Spring-August 1950 (Belgium)
* 1952 – Cairo Fire (26 January, Egypt)
* 1953 – East German Uprising, June 16–17, 1953 (Berlin and Eastern Germany)
* 1955 – The Richard Riot March 17, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
* 1955 – Hock Lee bus riots 12 May, (Singapore)
* 1955 – Istanbul Riots 6 September-7 September, Istanbul, Turkey
* 1956 – Hungarian Revolution of 1956 (October 23 – November 10, 1956, Hungary).
* 1956 – Chinese Middle School riots 24 October-28 October, (Singapore)
* 1956 – Hong Kong 1956 riots, (Hong Kong)
* 1956 – Gal Oya riots, (Sri Lanka).
* 1957 – Little Rock Integration Crisis (Autumn, 1957 Little Rock, Arkansas)
* 1958 – Nottingham race riots, (Nottingham, England)
* 1958 – Notting Hill race riots, (Notting Hill, London, England)
* 1958 – Sri Lankan riots of 1958, (Sri Lanka)
* 1958 – 1958 Grozny riots, Grozny, Russia
* 1959 – Tibetan riots against Chinese government,[11] May 10–12, 1959 (Tibet, China)
* 1959 – Congolese anti-colonial riots (Leopoldville, Belgian Congo)

===1960s===
* 1962 – Novocherkassk riots, June, (Novocherkassk, Soviet Union)
* 1962 – Ole Miss riot 1962, September 30, University of Mississippi
* 1963 – Cambridge riot 1963, June 14, Cambridge, Maryland
* 1964 – National Stadium Tragedy Riot, May 24, Estadio Nacional, Lima, Peru
* 1964 – Harlem race riot, July 18–23 (New York City, United States)
* 1964 – 1964 Race Riots, July 21 – August 2 and September 3 (Singapore)
* 1964 – Rochester 1964 race riot, July 24–25 (Rochester, New York, United States)
* 1964 – Jersey City 1964 race riot,[12] August 2–4 (Jersey City, New Jersey, United States)
* 1964 – Elizabeth 1964 race riot,[12] August 11–13 (Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States)
* 1964 – Dixmoor 1964 race riot[12]  August 16–17 (Chicago, United States)
* 1964 – Philadelphia 1964 race riot August 28–30
* 1965 – Watts Riot, August 1965, (Los Angeles, United States)
* 1965 –  Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
* 1966 – Hong Kong 1966 riots (aka Kowloon riots), April 1966 (Hong Kong)
* 1966 – Division Street Riots, June 12–14 (Humboldt Park, Chicago, United States)
* 1966 – Hough Riots, July 1966 (Cleveland, United States)
* 1966 – Compton's Cafeteria Riot, August 1966 (San Francisco, United States)
* 1966 – Benton Harbor Riot, August–September 1966 (Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States)
* 1966 – Atlanta riot of 1966, Sep. 6 (Atlanta, United States)Template:Citation needed
* 1966 – Sunset Strip curfew riots (Los Angeles, United States)
* 1967 – Bhagalpur riots of 1967 (Bhagalpur, India)
* 1967 – Tampa Riots of 1967, June 1967 (Tampa, Florida, United States)
* 1967 – Buffalo riot of 1967, June 27 (Buffalo, New York, United States)
* 1967 – 1967 Newark riots, July 12–18, 1967 (Newark, New Jersey, United States)
* 1967 – 1967 Plainfield riots, July 14–20, 1967 (Plainfield, New Jersey, United States)
* 1967 – 12th Street Riot, July 23–27, 1967 (Detroit, United States)
* 1967 – Cairo riot, July 17 (Cairo, Illinois, United States)
* 1967 – Winston-Salem 1967 race riot, November 2-4, 1967 (Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States)[13]
* 1967 – Hong Kong 1967 riots, (Hong Kong)
* 1968 – Battle of Valle Giulia, March 1, 1968 (Rome, Italy)
* 1968 – 1968 Washington, D.C. riots, April 1968 (Washington, D.C., United States)
* 1968 – Baltimore riot of 1968, April 6–12 (Baltimore, United States)
* 1968 – Chicago riot of 1968 April 7–14 (Chicago, United States)
* 1968 – Kansas City riot of 1968, April 1968 (Kansas City, Missouri, United States)
* 1968 – May 1968 popular uprising (France)
* 1968 – JCH Riot in outrage over Hartwick College's schism from the Lutheren Church [14]Template:Full
* 1968 – Louisville riots of 1968, May 27, (Louisville, Kentucky, United States)
* 1968 – Glenville Shootout, (Cleveland, Ohio, United States)
* 1968 - Wooster Ave. Riot of July 1968, (Akron, Ohio, United States)
* 1968 – 1968 Democratic National Convention riot, August 1968, (Chicago
* 1968 – Rodney Riots, (Kingston, Jamaica)
* 1969 – Burntollet riot (near Derry, Northern Ireland on 4 January 1969)
* 1969 – 1969 Race Riots of Singapore
* 1969 – Czechoslovak Hockey Riots (1969)
* 1969 – Sir George Williams Computer Riot, (Montreal, Canada)
* 1969 – Stonewall Riots, June 1969, (New York City, United States)
* 1969 – May 13 race riots, May 13 – July 31, 1969, (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
* 1969 – Battle of the Bogside (Derry, Northern Ireland on 12–14 August 1969)
* 1969 – 1969 Northern Ireland Riots (throughout Northern Ireland on 14–17 August 1969)
* 1969 – Days of Rage, Oct. 1969, (Chicago, United States)
* 1969 – Murray-Hill riot, (Montreal, Québec, Canada)
* 1969 – Gujarat (September 1969), India
* 1960s – Berkeley riots, a series of riots in (Berkeley, California)

===1970s===
* 1970 – Kent State shootings, May 1970, (Kent, Ohio, United States)
* 1970 – Hard Hat riot, Wall Street, May 8, 1970, (New York City, United States)
* 1970 Memorial Park riot, August 24-27, 1970 (Royal Oak and Birmingham, Michigan, United States)
* 1970 – Koza riot, December 20, (Ryukyu Islands, United States, later Okinawa Prefecture, Japan)
* 1971 – Camden Riots, August 1971, (Camden, New Jersey, United States)
* 1971 – Attica Prison uprising, (Attica, New York, United States)
* 1971 –  Indo-Pakistani War of 1971
* 1972 – Bloody Sunday (Derry, Northern Ireland on 30 January 1972)
* 1972 – Operation Motorman (Northern Ireland on 31 July 1972)
* 1973 - South Jamaica Riots, - April 28, 1973
* 1973 and 1974 – Athens Polytechnic uprising, Greek student riots and revolution at National Technical University of Athens, military junta overthrown, (Greece)
* 1974 – Ulster Workers' Council strike (Northern Ireland, May 1974)
* 1974 – Boston Busing Race Riots, anti-busing riots throughout Boson
* 1975 – Chapeltown riot Leeds, West Yorkshire,England
* 1975 – Nieuwmarkt riot, March – April 1975 (Amsterdam, Netherlands)Template:Citation needed
* 1975 – Livernois-Fenkell riot (Detroit, United States)
* 1976 – Land Day protest, Massive strike by Israeli-Arabs in protest at a government plan to expropriate lands in the Galilee, (Israel)
* 1976 – Notting Hill Carnival Riot (London, England)
* 1976 – Soweto Riots (Soweto, South Africa)
* 1977 – 1977 Egyptian Bread Riots, January, 1977, (Egypt)
* 1977 – Sri Lankan riots of 1977, (Sri Lanka)
* 1979 – Disco Demolition Night, (Chicago, United States)
* 1979 – White Night gay riots, May 1979 (San Francisco)
* 1979 – Southall Riots, (Southall, West London, England)
* 1979 – Haredi Torched A Brooklyn Precinct Station

===1980s===
* 1980 – New Mexico State Penitentiary Riot, (Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States)
* 1980 – Arthur McDuffie riots, May 1980, (Miami, United States)
* 1980 – Gwangju Democratization Movement, May 1980, (South Korea)
* 1980 – St Pauls riot, April 1980, (St Pauls, Bristol, England)
* 1981 – 1981 Toronto bathhouse riots, February 1981, (Toronto, Canada)
* 1981 – Brixton riot of 1981, (London, England)
* 1981 – Toxteth riots (Liverpool, England)
* 1981 – Moss Side riots (Manchester, England)
* 1981 – Chapeltown riot Leeds, England
* 1981 – Handsworth riots, (Birmingham, England)
* 1982 – Washington Anti-Klan protest 1982, Nov. 1982, (Washington, D.C., United States)[15]
* 1982 – Miami Riot, Overtown Riot, Dec. 1982, (Miami, United States)[16]
* 1983 – Polish Pro-Solidarity Riots, May. 1, (Poland)[17]
* 1984 – Anti-Sikh riots, (Delhi, Kanpur, India)
* 1984 – Operation Blue Star (Amritsar, India)
* 1984 – Aggieville Riot, (Manhattan, Kansas)
* 1984 – Queens Street Riot, 7 December 1984. (Auckland, New Zealand)
* 1985 – Sudanese Food Riots, Mar. 6, (Khartoum, Sudan)Template:Citation needed
* 1985 – Sri Lanka Riots, Jun. 3, (Sri Lanka)Template:Citation needed
* 1985 – Guadeloupe Riots, Jun. 25, (Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe)Template:Citation needed
* 1985 – Drumcree riots (Portadown, Northern Ireland, July 1985)
* 1985 – Durban Riots, August 8, (Durban, South Africa)
* 1985 – Cape Town Riots, August 30, (Cape Town, South Africa)Template:Citation needed
* 1985 – Escalante Riots and Massacre, September 15, (Escalante), (Negros Occidental) (Philippines)Template:Citation needed
* 1985 – Brixton riot of 1985, September 28, (London, England)
* 1985 – Second Handsworth riots, September 11, (Birmingham, England)
* 1985 – Broadwater Farm Riot, Oct. 6, (London, England)
* 1986 – Egyptian Conscription Riot, Feb. 25, (Egypt)
* 1986 – 1986 Sabah riots, Mar. 12, (Sabah, Malaysia)
* 1986 – Battle of Ryesgade, Oct 14–22 (Copenhagen, Denmark)
* 1987 – Chapeltown riot Leeds, England
* 1987 – Tampa Riot 1987, Feb. 1987, (Tampa, Florida, United States)
* 1987 – Iranian pilgrim riot, (Mecca, Saudi Arabia)
* 1987-89 Tibetan Anti-China Riots, Sept. 27, 1987 (Lhasa, Tibet)
* 1987 – Atlanta Prison Riots, (Atlanta, United States)
* 1987 – First Intifada, Israel
* 1988 – Fremantle prison riot
* 1988 – Latino riot, Perth Amboy, New Jersey[18]
* 1988 – Tompkins Square Park Police Riot, August 1988 (East Village, Manhattan, New York City)
* 1988 – Hot Biscuit Riot, Shreveport, Louisiana[19]
* 1988–1989 – Nanjing Anti-African protests, (Nanjing, China)
* 1989 – 1989 riots in Argentina
* 1989 – 1989 Sukhumi riots
* 1989 – Dewsbury riot
* 1989 – Tampa Riot 1989, Feb. 1989, (Tampa, Florida, United States)
* 1989 – Caracas Riots of February 1989, Feb. 1989, (Caracas, Venezuela)Template:Citation needed
* 1989 – Aftermath of Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, (Beijing China)
* 1989 – Romanian Revolution of 1989, (Romania)
* 1989 – Purple Rain Riot (South Africa)
* 1989 – Greek Fest Riot (Virginia Beach, Virginia)

===1990s – 2000===
* 1990 – Poll Tax Riots, (London)
* 1990 – Strangeways Prison Riot, (Manchester, UK), April 1 – April 25
* 1990 – Dinamo Zagreb-Red Star Belgrade riot, (Zagreb, Croatia, at the time part of Yugoslavia)
* 1990 – Salford, (Greater Manchester, UK), July
* 1990 – Hyderabad Riots – Over 150 people killed. Communal riots occurred due to the killing of Sardar and Majid KhanTemplate:Disambiguation needed.[20]
* 1990–1990 Airin Riots, (Osaka, Japan), October 2 – October 5[21]
* 1990 – Urban riots in Vaulx-en-Velin (France), October 6, 1990.Template:Citation needed
* 1991 – 1991 Washington, D.C. riot in D.C.'s Mount Pleasant neighborhood, May 1991, (Washington, D.C., United States)
* 1991 – Riverport Riot, at Riverport Amphitheater during a Guns N' Roses concert, July 2
* 1991 – Crown Heights Riot, August 1991, (Brooklyn, New York, United States)
* 1991 – 1991 Moscow August Putsch, GKChP (Template:Lang-ru) riot, or "August Coup Attempt", 19–21 August 1991, (Moscow, Soviet Union)
* 1991 – Ely Petrol Riots in Cardiff, Wales
* 1992 – Los Angeles riots, April 29 – May 4 (Los Angeles, United States)
* 1992 – Washington Heights Riot, July 1992, (New York, United States)
* 1992 – Chicago Bulls Victory Riots, June (Chicago, United States)[22]
* 1992 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada – Riot after Guns N' Roses show during the Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour.
* 1992 – Bombay Riots and other inter-communal riots- Riots in the Indian city of Mumbai (formerly Bombay) after the demolition of Babri Mosque in Ayodhya.
* 1992 – Riot of Rostock-Lichtenhagen, Rostock, Germany – most serious xenophobic riots in Germany after World War II
* 1993 – Russian constitutional crisis of 1993 riots, Moscow, Russia
* 1993 – 18 May Riot, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 18, 1993.
* 1993 – Stanley Cup Riot, Montreal, Canada, June 9, 1993.
* 1994 – Stanley Cup Riot, Vancouver, Canada, June 14, 1994.
* 1994 – 1990s uprising in Bahrain, 35 killed, 1994–1999.
* 1995 – 1995 Gazi Quarter riots, 23 killed, March 1995, Istanbul, Turkey
* 1995 – Brixton riot of 1995, (London, England)
* 1995 – Manningham Riot, June 1995, (Bradford, West Yorkshire, UK)
* 1995 – Lansdowne Road football riot, English Neo-Nazi Hooliganism, (Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland)[23]
* 1996 – Yatala Prison Riot, 6 May 1996, (Yatala Labour Prison, Adelaide, South Australia)[24]
* 1996 – Drumcree riots, July 1996, (throughout Northern Ireland)
* 1996 – Parliament House Riot, 19 August 1996, (Canberra, Australia)Template:Citation needed
* 1996 – Western Wall Tunnel riots, September 1996, (Jerusalem, Israel)
* 1996 – St. Petersburg, Florida Riot 1996, Oct. 1996, (St. Petersburg, Florida, United States)
* 1997 – Drumcree riots of July 1997, (throughout Northern Ireland)
* 1998 – Pullman (WSU) Riot, May 1998, (Pullman, Washington)[25]
* 1998 – Jakarta Riots of May 1998, (Jakarta, Indonesia)
* 1998 – Drumcree riots, July 1998, (throughout Northern Ireland)
* 1998 – Le Mirail urban riots, December 1998, (Toulouse, France)
* 1999 – Khaitan Riot, (Kuwait)
* 1999 – Michigan State University student riot, April 1999, (East Lansing, Michigan, United States)
* 1999 – Iran student riots, July 1999, July 1999, Iran
* 1999 – WTO Ministerial Conference of 1999, November, 1999 (Seattle, United States)
* 1999 – 1999 Berlin riotTemplate:Citation needed
* 2000 – Riot at the Staples Center after Lakers win Championship, June 21, (Los Angeles)
* 2000 – Cochabamba protests of 2000, (Cochabamba, Bolivia)
* 2000 – October Riots, (Israel)
* 2000 – Al-Aqsa Intifada, Israel
* 2000 – Riots between English and Turkish football fans break out in Copenhagen, Denmark after the final of UEFA Euro 2000,[26]
* 2000 – Chinese anti-corruption riot,[27] (Yangjiazhangzi, China)
* 2000 – Spanish anti-immigrant riots,[28] (Almeria, Spain)
* 2005 – 2005 Cronulla riots, originating in Cronulla, New South Wales and spread

==21st century==
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2001–2009Edit

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* 2001 – Philadelphia Mardi Gras Riots, February 2001, (Philadelphia, United States)[29]
* 2001 – Seattle Mardi Gras Riots, February 2001, (Seattle, United States)
* 2001 – University of Maryland student riots following team's loss in the 2001 NCAA tournament, (College Park, Maryland, United States)
* 2001 – 2001 Cincinnati Riots, April 2001, (Cincinnati, United States)
* 2001 – Quebec City Summit of the Americas, April 2001 (Quebec, Canada)
* 2001 – EDSA III, May 2001 (Manila, Philippines)
* 2001 – Oldham Riots, May 2001, (Oldham, Greater Manchester, England)
* 2001 – Gothenburg Riots, June 2001, (Gothenburg, Sweden)
* 2001 – Harehills riot Leeds, June 2001, West Yorkshire, England
* 2001 – Canada Day Riot, July 2001, Edmonton, Canada[30]
* 2001 – Bradford Riot, July 2001, (Bradford, England)
* 2001 – Genoa Group of Eight Summit protest, July 2001, (Genoa, Italy)
* 2001 – Holy Cross dispute, Summer 2001, (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
* 2001 – December 2001 Riots, (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
* 2001 – Ohio State University, First Chittfest block party riot, April, (Columbus, Ohio, United States)[31]
* 2002 – San Salvador Atenco Airport Riot, (San Salvador Atenco, Mexico)
* 2002 – Post- Godhra Riots after the Godhra train burning, Feb 2002 (Gujarat, India)
* 2002 – Naroda Patiya massacre, happened on 28 February, resulted in death of 97 Muslims by approximately a mob of 5000 people.[32]
* 2002 – 2002 Urso Branco prison riot,[33] (Rondônia, Brazil)
* 2002 – Chinese textile worker riot,[27] (Shuikou, Guangdong, China)
* 2002 – University of Maryland students following their team's victory in the 2002 NCAA tournament, (College Park, Maryland, United States)
* 2002 – Ohio State University post University of Michigan football game riot, November 2002, (Columbus, Ohio, United States)
* 2002 – Ohio State University, Second Chittfest block party riot, April 21, (Columbus, Ohio, United States)[34]
* 2002 – Guns N' Roses riot in Vancouver, Canada after their concert was cancelled.
* 2003 – Riot in Neos Marmaras (Porto Carras, Sithonia) against the EU-Summit, June 20,[35] (Chalkidiki,Greece)
* 2003 – Benton Harbor Riot, June 2003 (Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States)
* 2003 – Wrocław football riot 2003, March 30, 2003,
* 2003 – University of Minnesota campus riots after the Gophers men's hockey team won their back to back national championships
* 2003 – G8 riots in Geneva, Switzerland, June 2003Template:Citation needed
* 2003 – Maldives civil unrest, September 2003, (Malé, Maldives)
* 2003 – Riot over bad policy during a SARS outbreak,[36] (Xiandie, China)
* 2003 – The Exploited Montreal riot, Montreal, Canada.[37][38] October 14, 2003
* 2004 – Redfern riots, (Sydney, Australia)
* 2004 – HanHui riot,[39] (Henan province,  China).
* 2004 – April 5 Haredi Riot At Brooklyn
* 2004 – Boston, Lincolnshire, Croydon,[40] and other UK towns. Fans rioted after England lost to France in their first game of the UEFA Euro 2004 group stage.
* 2004 – VEISHEA riot, drunk Iowa State students riot, cancel 2005 VEISHEA (Ames, Iowa)
* 2004 – Urso Branco prison riot,[33] (Rondônia, Brazil)
* 2004 – Chinese riot in response to a beating,[41] (Guangdong, China)
* 2004 – Citizens in Benghu riot in response to inflating prices and poor healthcare,[42] (Anhui, China)
* 2004 – Farmers riot when their land is taken and given to real-estate companies,[43] (Zhengzhou, China)
* 2004 – Chinese soccer fans riot when a Japanese team wins the final,[44] (Beijing, China)
* 2004 – Rioters attack police station December 30, 2004 [45] (Athens, Greece)
* 2005 – Dongzhou protest,[46]  (Guangdong, China)
* 2005 – Macquarie Fields riots, February 2005, southwestern suburb of Sydney, Australia
* 2005 – Cedar Revolution, February 2005, LebanonTemplate:Citation needed
* 2005 – Anti-Japanese riots, April 2005, Beijing, Shenzhen and Guangzhou, ChinaTemplate:Citation needed
* 2005 – Riots in response to land taken for a power plant,[47] (Shenyou, China)
* 2005 – Riots over excessive pollution,[48] (Zhejiang, China)
* 2005 – Perpignan ethnic violence, May 2005,[49] France)
* 2005 – Maldives civil unrest, August 2005, (Malé, Maldives)Template:Citation needed
* 2005 – Chinese worker riot,[50] July 2005, (Xizhou, China). In 2005, the government admitted to 87,000 riots and demonstrations across China.[51]
* 2005 – Street clashes in central Athens,[52] September 2007, (Athens, Greece),
* 2005 – 2005 civil unrest in France, October 2005Template:Citation needed
* 2005 – 2005 Toledo Riot, October 2005, (Toledo, Ohio, United States)
* 2005 – Anti-Muslim Riots of Mau,[53] October 2005, (Mau, Uttar Pradesh),India
* 2005 – Mar del Plata Summit of the Americas, November 2005, (Mar del Plata, Argentina)Template:Citation needed
* 2005 – 2005 Cronulla riots, December 2005, (Sydney, Australia)
* 2005 – 2005 Birmingham race riots in Lozells, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
* 2006 – Stanley Cup Western Conference Finals (Edmonton Oilers victory), May 2006, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada[54]
* 2006 – Cartoon riotsTemplate:Citation needed
* 2006 – 2006 Nuku'alofa riots, Nov. 16, (Nuku'alofa, Tonga)
* 2006 – 2006 Dublin riots, Feb. 25, Dublin, Ireland
* 2006 – San Bernardino punk riot, March 4, San Bernardino, California
* 2006 – 2006 labor protests in France, March–April, Paris, FranceTemplate:Citation needed
* 2006 – Riot during the European Social Forum, May 6, Athens, Greece
* 2006 – Burj Khalifa riot, (Dubai, UAE)
* 2006 – Hindu/Muslim Aligarh Riots, April 2006, (Aligarh, India)
* 2006 – April 2006 Venezuela prison riot, April, (Venezuela)[55]
* 2006 – 2006 civil unrest in San Salvador Atenco, (San Salvador Atenco, Mexico)[56]
* 2006 – Shengda Economics, Trade and Management College diploma riot [57]
* 2006 – Riot after a hospital doesn't treat a patient [58]Template:Full, (Sichuan, China)
* 2006 – Riot over government response to a whistleblower,[59] (Shandong, China)
* 2006 – Riot follows after a traffic accident incites violence,[60] (Chizhou, China)
* 2006 – Riot over a land dispute,[61] (Sanzhou, China)
* 2006 – 2006 protests in Hungary
* 2006 – Reclaim The Streets Riot Sep 24, Copenhagen, DenmarkTemplate:Citation needed
* 2006 – Copenhagen December Riot (Nørrebro, Copenhagen, Denmark)
* 2007 – Anti-immigrant riots,[62] (Madrid, Spain)
* 2007 – 2007 – Guinea-Bissau riot
* 2007 – Chinese immigrants clash with riot police,[63] (Milan, Italy)
* 2007 – Riot starts when a company takes over the bus routes and doubles the fares,[64] (ZhushanTemplate:Disambiguation needed, China)
* 2007 – Karachi Riots, (Karachi, Pakistan)
* 2007 – Muslim-Tibetan riot,[65] (Qinghai, China)
* 2007 – MuslimHan riot [66] (Shandong, China)
* 2007 – Roma riots [67]Template:Verify credibility (Sofia, Bulgaria)
* 2007 – Georgian anti-government protests, September – December
* 2007 – Burmese anti-government protests
* 2007 civil unrest in Villiers-le-Bel, France, Nov 25–30Template:Citation needed
* 2007 – Food riots in West Bengal
* 2007–2008 – Kenyan Presidential Election Riots
* 2008 – Striking dock workers clash with riot police at state-controlled Piraeus (OLP) and Thessaloniki (OLTH) ports
[6], Greece, Jan 11+15
* 2008 – Protests in Serbia – Riots in Belgrade on embassy's of countries recognizing the independence of Kosovo by Serbian nationalists.
* 2008 – Political crisis in Lebanon – Riots and engagements between Islamists and progressives.
* 2008 – Tibetian unrest, Mar. 10 – June. (Tibet)
* 2007–2008 – Food riots in  India, Peru, Morocco, Egypt, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, NamibiaUzbekistan, Indonesia, Yemen, Guinea, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Mauritania and Senegal.[68][69][70][71][72][73]
* 2008 – UEFA Cup Final riots in Manchester, United Kingdom
* 2008 – South Africa riots – Attacks on foreign nationals
* 2008 – Fishermen riots in Paris – French fishermen clashed with police as they protested over rising fuel costs[74]
* 2008 – Fishermen riots in Brussels[75]
* 2008 – Kamagasaki G8 Riots Osaka, June 2008 Repression and Revolt, General Union
* 2008 – 2008 Guizhou riot in Guizhou, China[76]
* 2008 – Kanmen riot in the coastal province of Zhejiang.[77] According to the Ministry of Public Security, there were 87,000 riots and protests reported in 2005 and this number increases every year.[78]
* 2008 – 2008 riot in Mongolia, following the legislative election
* 2008 – August 2008 Montreal North Riot (Montreal, Canada) [79]
* 2008 – Yom Kippur Arab-Jewish riots in Akko, Israel
* 2008 – Riots throughout Greece after police shot dead a teenager.[80]
* Riots of 2009 (Akron, Ohio), (United States)
* 2008 – Riots in Sweden, Riots hits the immigrant suburb Rosengard in the Swedish city Malmö 17 dec – 20 dec.
* 2009 – Riots in Oslo, Copenhagen, London, Belfast, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and other cities following the 2008–2009 Israel–Gaza conflict.
* 2009 – Rosemeadow brawl with over 100 in Rosemeadow NSW Australia
* 2009 – Riot on Jan. 13 in Riga, Latvia, after a peaceful demonstration of people, demanding parliament (Saeima) dissolution.
* 2009 – Icelandic riots caused by the global economic crisis, Jan. 22, Reykjavík, Iceland  (From: Mail Online, London 1/23/09)Template:Nonspecific
* 2009 – Anti-government Riots in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters are demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. hundreds of protesters injured. Thai Army were deployed on the streets of Bangkok and the State of Emergency was declared.
* 2009 – Riots in Jharkhand, India ahead of government elections. 6 soldiers dead.Template:Citation needed
* 2009 – Luton, United Kingdom, riot against Muslim extremists who disrupted a homecoming parade of British soldiers, May 24Template:Citation needed
* 2009 – Riot in Downtown Los Angeles after Lakers win the Championship, June 14Template:Citation needed
* 2009 – 2009 Iranian election protests
* 2009 – Protests against military coup in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, June 28 --?
* 2009 – July 2009 Ürümqi riots in Ürümqi, China, July 5 --?
* 2009  – Riots in Jerusalem after the welfare officials rescued toddler who was being starved by his abusive Ultra Orthodox mother who is a member of the small Toldos Aharon community, which does not recognized the state of Israel, municipal services were suspended to all neighborhoods where riots developed.
*2009 – Riots in Pakistan's central Punjab, 8 dead.[81]
* 2009 – Riots in Birmingham, United Kingdom when far-right activists clash with anti-racism protesters  and local members of the Muslim and Afro-Caribbean community on August 8, 2009.[82][83]
* 2009 – Arab protesters clashed with Israeli security forces during riots near Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel.[84]
* 2009 – Football violence before, at and after a League Cup match between West Ham United and Millwall in London at Upton Park. There were also 3 pitch invasions.
* 2009 – Football riot in Široki Brijeg, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1 dead.
* 2009 –  Bastille Day Riots in the commune of Montreuil, France; July 9

2010sEdit

====2010====
*2010 – Riots in Corsica between police force and supporters of the FLNC, 3 injured.[85]
*2010 – Prison riot in Venezuela, 8 dead.[86]
*2010  –  Immigrants riots in Rosarno, Italy, 37 injured.[87]
*2010 – Riots in Nigeria between Muslim and Christian gangs, 992 dead.[88][89]
*2010  –  Vancouver Winter Olympics Riot. Small short-lived disturbance involving Black Bloc members[90]
*2010  –  2010 Kyrgyzstani uprising, 85 dead.[91][92]
*2010  –  Political protests in Thailand, 91 dead.[93][94][95][96]
*2010 – April 10 –  Springfest Riot, Harrisonburg, Virginia, dozens injured; 30–35 arrested.[97]
*2010  –  Riots in Indonesia, 3 dead.[98]
*2010 – Riots in Kyrgyzstan, 5 dead[99]
*2010 – Riots in Santa Cruz, California.[100]
*2010 – Riots in Greece, 3 killed.[101]
*2010 – Prison riot in Venezuela, 8 dead.[102]
*2010 – Riots in northeast India, 3 dead, 70 injured.[103]
*2010 – Riots in Kyrgyzstan between Kyrgyz and Uzbeks, 2 dead.[104]
*2010 – Riots in Jamaica, 73 dead.[105]
*2010 – Riots in Kyrgyzstan, at least 2000 dead.[106]
*2010 – Prison riot in Mexico, 28 dead.[107]
*2010 – Drake Seaport riot at least 7 injured [108]
*2010 – Riots in Bariloche, Argentina, 2 dead, 12 injured.[109]
*2010 – G20 Riots in Toronto Canada – Zero dead, significant damage, 1105 arrests [110]
*2010 – Prison riot in Venezuela, 6 dead.[111]
*2010 – Riots in Indian Kashmir, at least 10 dead.[112]
*2010 – Riots in Yemen, 2 dead.[113]
*2010 – Riots in Panama, 1 dead, dozens injured.[114]
*2010 – Riots in Northern Ireland. Police estimate that million in damages have been caused, and over 80 police officers injured by nationalist rioters.[115]
*2010 – Riots in Nigeria, at least 4 killed [116]
*2010 – Prison riot in Quebec, Canada, 2 killed.[117]
*2010 – Riots in Indian Kashmir,  50 people have now been killed in seven weeks of clashes with Indian forces.[118][119]
*2010 – Riots in Karachi, Pakistan, 90 dead.[120][121]
*2010 – Prison riot in Mexico, 14 dead.[122]
*2010 – Prison riot in Kazakhstan, at least 2 killed, 80 injured.[123]
*2010 – Farmers riot in Uttar Pradesh, India, at least 2 killed.[124][125]
*2010 – Riots in Punjab province, Pakistan, 2 dead.[126]
*2010 – Riots in Mozambique, 13 killed.[127][128]
*2010 – Riots in Indonesia, 6 killed, 22 injured.[129]
*2010 – Riots in Afghanistan, 2 killed.[130]
*2010 – Riots in Karachi, Pakistan, 17 dead.[131]
*2010 – Riots in Ecuador, 3 killed, 50 injured.[132]
*2010 – Riots in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, 5 dead.[133]
*2010 – Prison Riots in Venezuela, 16 killed.[134]
*2010 – Belgrade anti-gay riot,  78 police officers and 17 civilians injured.[135]
*2010 – Riots in Karachi, Pakistan, at least 33 killed.[136]
*2010 – Prison riot in Haiti, 3 killed.[137]
*2010 – Riots in Cross River State, Nigeria, at least 30 killed.[138]
*2010 – Riots in Western Sahara, 11 dead.[139]
*2010 – Riot in Maranhão, Brazil, 18 dead.[140]
*2010 – Student riots in London, 14 injured, 35 arrested, Conservative head office damaged by protestors.[141] Goldsmiths College's UCU (lecturers union) issue statement in support of all demonstrators: "The real violence in this situation relates not to a smashed window but to the destructive impact of the cuts."[142][143]
*2010 – Riots in Haiti, 2 dead.[144][145]
*2010 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, 2 dead.[146]
*2010 – Riots in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, at least 25 people have been killed.[147]
*2010 – Riots in Côte d'Ivoire, at least 3 killed.[148]
*2010 – More student riots in London. Twelve police officers were injured with six requiring hospital treatment. 43 protesters injured, and 26 arrests made. several buildings were attacked, including the Treasury, the Supreme Court and Topshop. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall car came under attack, smashing the window of the car and covered in paint.[149]
*2010 – Riots in Buenos Aires, Argentina, at least 3 killed.[150]
*2010 – Riots in Bangladesh, at least 3 killed and dozens more have been injured.[151]
*2010 – Ethnic riots in Moscow, Russia, 29 injured.[152]
*2010 – Riots in Ivory Coast, at least 20 people have been killed.[153]
*2010 – Riots in the Constitución neighborhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina.[154]
*2010 – Riots in Tunisia, 1 dead and several people injured.[155]

====2011====
*2011 – Riots in Assam, Meghalaya, Northeast India, 4 dead.[156][157]
*2011 – Riots in Arusha, Tanzania, 2 dead and nine people injured.[158]
*2011 – Riots in Algeria, 2 dead and four hundred people injured in riots linked to food price increases and unemployment.[159]
*2011 – Riots in Tunisia, at least 219 killed.[160]
*2011 – Riots in Jos, Nigeria, more than 30 people dead.[161][162] U.S.A
*2011 – Riots in Tirana, Albania, 3 killed, 17 policemen and soldiers were injured, including three seriously, along with 22 civilians.[163]
*2011 – Riots in Lebanon, following the fall of Saad Hariri's government.[164]
*2011 – Riots in Egypt, at least 846 killed.[165]
*2011 – Riots in Tafawa Balewa, Nigeria, 4 killed.[166]
*2011 – Prison riot in Sao Luis, Brazil, 6 dead.[167]
*2011 – Religious riot in Banten, Indonesia, at least 6 killed.[168]
*2011 – Riots in Manama, Bahrain, at least 70 killed, 92 civilians, 2 security forces injured.[169][170][171]
*2011 – Riots in Sulaimaniya, Iraqi Kurdistan, two killed.[172]
*2011 – Riots in Al Hoceima, Morocco, 5 killed.[173]
*2011 – Riots in Libya, at least 24 people killed.[174]
*2011 – Riots in Iraq, at least 13 killed.[175]
*2011 – Riots in Yemen, 24 killed.[176][177]
*2011 – Riots in Tunis, Tunisia, 3 killed.[178]
*2011 – Miners riot in Peru, at least 2 killed.[179]
*2011 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, between Muslims and Christians, at least 13 people died and 140 were injured.[180]
*2011 – Riot in Kissidougou, Guinea, at least 3 dead.[181]
*2011 – Prison riot in Tikrit, Iraq, 2 dead, 14 wounded.[182]
*2011 – Riots in Syria, at least 60 killed.[183][184][185]
*2011 – Riots in Sana'a, Yemen, 42 people had died and at least 300 were injured according to doctors.[186]
*2011 – Prison Riot in Hyderabad, Pakistan, 7 dead.[187]
*2011 – Riot in London, around 250 thousand people, initially a small protest.[188]
*2011 – Riots in Nigeria, at least 70 people have been killed.[189]
*2011 – Riots in Mazar-e Sharif and KandaharAfghanistan, at least 13 people have been killed.[190][191]
*2011 – Riots in Jessore, Bangladesh, 1 dead and at least 30 others injured.[192]
*2011 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, 2 killed and at least 15 wounded.[193]
*2011 – Prison riot in Rumieh prison, Lebanon, 2 dead.[194]
*2011 – Riot in Parwan province, Afghanistan, 1 killed.[195]
*2011 – Riots in Uganda, at least 3 killed.[196]
*2011 – Riots in Yemen, more than 100 people have died in two months of protests.[197]
*2011 – Riots in Jaitapur, Maharashtra, India, 1 killed, more than 50 injured.[198]
*2011 – Riots in Diyarbakir, Turkey, 1 killed.[199]
*2011 – Riots in Dakar, Senegal.[200]
*2011 – Riots in Tyre, Lebanon, 2 killed.[201]
*2011 – Riots in Mansa, Luapula Province, Zambia, 3 people were burned to death.[202]
*2011 – Riots in Nigeria, at least 500 killed in post-election rioting.[203][204]
*2011 – Riots in Kampala, Uganda, at least 5 dead and 100 injured.[205][206]
*2011 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, between Muslims and Christians, 12 dead.[207]
*2011 – Riots in Hesarak District, Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, 1 killed, 3 wounded.[208]
*2011 – Riots on Israel's borders, at least 12 killed and dozens injured.[209][210]
*2011 – Riots in West Bengal, India, at least 8 people killed in post-election violence.[211]
*2011 – Riots in Taloqan, Takhar province, Afghanistan, at least 12 killed and 80 injured.[212][213]
*2011 – Riots in Tbilisi, Georgia, 2 killed, 20 injured.[214]
*2011 – Riots in Choucha refugee camp, Tunisia, at least 2 killed.[215]
*2011 – Riots in Sri Lanka, 1 killed, at least 200 wounded.[216]
*2011 – Riots in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India, 4 killed.[217][218]
*2011 – Riots in Metlaoui, Tunisia, 3 dead and 90 wounded.[219]
*2011 – Riots in Mogadishu, Somalia, 2 killed.[220]
*2011 – Riots in El Rodeo I prison, Caracas, Venezuela, 19 killed.[221]
*2011 – Riots in Vancouver, Canada after the Vancouver Canucks lost to the Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup.[222]
*2011 – Riots in Tripoli, Lebanon, at least 4 killed and at least 48 people wounded.[223][224]
*2011 – Riots, three separate outbreaks in June and July, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, over 300 injured.[225][226]
*2011 – Riots in Huancavelica, Peru, 3 killed and more than 30 injured.[227]
*2011 – Riots in Guwahati, Assam, India, 2 killed and at least 30 injured.[228][229]
*2011 – Riots in Juliaca, Puno Region, Peru, at least 5 killed and 30 wounded.[230]
*2011 – Riots in Dadaab, Kenya, 2 killed and 13 injured.[231]
*2011 – Riots in Karachi, Pakistan, at least 114 killed, including violence a week prior.[232][233]
*2011 – Riots in Ganjam, Orissa, India, at least 2 killed.[234][235]
*2011 – Riot in Karaganda, Kazakhstan, at least 7 killed in a prison riot.[236]
*2011 – Riot in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, 7 killed in a prison riot.[237]
*2011 – Riot in Hotan, China, 4 killed.[238]
*2011 – Riots in Homs, Syria, at least 30 killed in sectarian violence.[239]
*2011 – Riots in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia, 1 killed.[240]
*2011 – Riots in Malawi, at least 18 killed.[241]
*2011 – Riots in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, 17 people killed in a prison riot.[242]
*2011 – Riots in Papua, Indonesia, 18 killed in rioting between rival clans.[243][244]
*2011 – Riots in Qalad District, Zabul province, Afghanistan, at least 4 killed.[245]
*2011 – Riots in Pimpri-Chinchwad, India, 3 killed.[246]
*2011 – Riots in London which spread to other cities in England, over a hundred injured and 5 killed.[247][248][249][250]
*2011 – Riots in Mogadishu, Somalia, at least 10 killed.[251]
*2011 – Riots in Chile, scores of demonstrators and police injured, 1 killed.[252]
*2011 – Riots in Hakkari province, Turkey, 1 killed.[253]
*2011 – Riots in Jos, Nigeria, at least 22 killed.[254]
*2011 – Riots in Sbeitla, Tunisia, 4 injured, 1 teenage girl killed.[255]
*2011 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, 3 killed and more than 1000 injured in anti-Israel protests.[256]
*2011 – Riots in Ambon, Indonesia, 5 dead and 80 injured in clashes between Christians and Muslims.[257][258]
*2011 – Riots in Paramakudi, Tamil Nadu, India, 7 killed.[259]
*2011 – Riots in Ujjain, India, 2 killed and 16 injured in a religious riot.[260]
*2011 – Riots in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India, at least 9 killed, over a dozen injured.[261]
*2011 – Riots in Nablus, West Bank, 1 killed.[262]
*2011 – Riots in Katunitsa, Bulgaria, 2 dead, at least 6 injured in ethnic clashes.[263][264]
*2011 – Riots in Dakhla, Western Sahara, Morocco, 7 killed, at least 20 injured.[265]
*2011 – Riots in Conakry, Guinea, at least 4 killed.[266][267]
*2011 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, at least 24 killed.[268][269]
*2011 – Riots in Darrang district, Assam, India, 4 killed.[270]
*2011 – Riots in Papua, Indonesia, 1 killed, 5 injured.[271]
*2011 – Riots in Athens, Greece, 1 died of heart attack, 16 injured.[272]
*2011 – Riots in Monrovia, Liberia, at least 1 killed and several others wounded.[273]
*2011 – Riots in Nicaragua, at least 4 people killed in post-election violence and 46 officers have been injured.[274]
*2011 – Riots in Damietta, Egypt, 1 killed and at least 11 injured.[275]
*2011 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, 33 killed.[276]
*2011 – Riots in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, at least 1 dead.[277]
*2011 – Riots in Karachi, Pakistan, at least 2 killed and 8 injured.[278]
*2011 – Riots in Zakho, Iraq, at least 30 injured.[279]
*2011 – Riots in Canete, Peru, at least 1 killed and 20 injured.[280]
*2011 – Riots in Nabi Saleh, West Bank, 1 killed.[281]
*2011 – Riot in Jagatsinghpur district, Orissa, India, at least 1 killed and 2 injured.[282]
*2011 – Riots in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 6 killed.[283]
*2011 – Riots in Zhanaozen, Kazakhstan, at least 11 people killed and 86 injured.[284]
*2011 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, at least 13 people killed and hundreds injured.[285][286]
*2011 – Riots in Bima, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, at least 2 people were killed and 8 wounded.[287]

====2012====
*2012 – Riots in Uri, Indian Kashmir, India, 1 killed and 4 injured.[288]
*2012 – Riots in Ebonyi, Nigeria, at least 50 killed.[289]
*2012 – Riots in Qatif, Saudi Arabia, several killed and 3 injured.[290]
*2012 – Riots in Bahrain, at least 100 killed and dozens injured within 2011–2012.[291]
*2012 – Riots in Dakar and Podor, Senegal, 3 killed.[292][293]
*2012 – Riots in Bangladesh, 4 killed.[294]
*2012 – Riots in Port Said, Egypt, at least 74 killed and at least 1000 people injured.[295][296]
*2012 – Riots in Cairo and Suez, Egypt, 7 dead.[297]
*2012 – Riots in Qatif, Saudi Arabia, 1 killed and at least 6 injured.[298]
*2012 – Riots in Chilaw, Sri Lanka, 1 killed and 4 injured.[299]
*2012 – Riots in Apodaca, Nuevo León, Mexico, 44 killed in a prison riot.[300]
*2012 – Riots in Rustenburg, South Africa, 2 killed.[301]
*2012 – Riots in Afghanistan, 23 killed.[302][303][304]
*2012 – Riots in Songea, Tanzania, 2 killed.[305]
*2012 – Riots in Aysen, Chile, 1 killed and several injured.[306]
*2012 – Riots in Macedonia, 2 killed and dozens wounded.[307]
*2012 – Riots in Puerto Maldonado, Peru, 3 killed and more than 30 injured.[308]
*2012 – Riots in Turkey, 1 killed.[309]
*2012 – Riots in Port Said, Egypt, 1 killed and 65 injured.[310]
*2012 – Riots in Israel, West Bank and Gaza, 1 killed and scores injured.[311]
*2012 – Riots in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, at least 18 killed.[312]
*2012 – Riots in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan, at least 17 killed and nearly 50 injured.[313]
*2012 – Riot in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 25000 protesters fired upon by police using water cannons and tear gas.[314]
*2012 – Riots in Cairo, Egypt, at least 20 killed.[315]
*2012 – Riots in Tunis, Tunisia, 1 killed.[316]
*2012 – Riots in Papua Province, Indonesia, 1 killed and 4 injured.[317]
*2012 – Riots in Rakhine State, Myanmar, 50 killed.[318][319]
*2012 – Riots in Kaduna, Nigeria, more than 90 killed.[320]
*2012 – Riots in Celendin, Peru, at least 3 killed.[321]
*2012 – Riots in Potosi, Bolivia, 1 killed.[322]
*2012 – Riots in Qatif, Saudi Arabia, 2 killed.[323]
*2012 – Riots in Delhi, India, 1 killed and more than 85 injured.[324]
*2012 – Riots in Linden, Guyana, at least 3 killed.[325]
*2012 – Riots in Mérida state, Venezuela, at least 22 killed.[326]
*2012 – Riots in Montreal, due to tuition cost increase, 2500 arrests as of May 25.[327]
*2012 – Riots in Assam, India, at least 36 killed.[328]
*2012 – Riots in Anaheim, California, several injuries and 24 arrested.[329]
*2012 – Riots in Nyala, Sudan, 6 killed.[330]
*2012 – Riots in Zogota, Guinea, 5 killed.[331]
*2012 – Riots in Mumbai, India, 2 killed and at least 55 injured.[332]
*2012 – Riots in North West Province,  South Africa, 9 killed.[333]
*2012 – Riots in North West Province,  South Africa, 34 killed, 78 wounded.[334]

====2013====
*2013 – Riots in Detroit, Michigan, USA,  Taylor Section 8 Riot, 0 killed, 0 wounded, 4 arrested.[335]

==See also==
* List of deadly riots
* Timeline of riots and civil unrest in Omaha, Nebraska
* List of riots and civil unrest in Calgary
* Violence
* List of race riots
* Classical music riot
* List of battles
* List of massacres
* List of revolutions and rebellions
* List of strikes
* List of timelines
* List of wars
* 2007–2008 world food price crisis
* List of incidents of civil unrest in the United States
* Women-led uprisings
* List of disasters

==External links==
* Revolution '67 Film website  – Documentary about the Newark, New Jersey race riots of 1967

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