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The following is a list of non-state terrorist incidents that have not been carried out by a government or its forces (see state terrorism and state-sponsored terrorism). Assassinations are listed at List of assassinated people.

There is no single accepted definition of non-state terrorism in common use, so incidents listed here are restricted to those that:
* Are believed to not have been state-sponsored.
* Are either commonly called terrorism, or meet at least some of the commonly used criteria.
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*Template:Flag 1865–1877: Over 3000 Freedmen and their Republican Party allies were 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 American South and helped re-establish legitimized segregation.[1][2]
*Template:Flagu 1893, 9 December: French anarchist Auguste Vaillant bombs the French Chamber of Deputies injuring 20 deputies.

*Template:Flag 1903: Members of the anarchistic group the Gemidzhii carried out the Salonica assassins.
*22px Morocco 1904, 18 May: Ion Perdicaris and Cromwell Varley kidnapped and ransomed by bandit Mulai Ahmed er Raisuli in Morocco.[3]
*Template:Flag 1910, 1 October: Los Angeles Times bombing by a member of the International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers Union killed 21 people and injured an additional 100.
*Template:Flag 1920, 16 September: Wall Street bombing killed 38 people and wounded 300 others.[4]
*Template:Flagu 1921, 13 December: 100 soldiers and police officers were killed by a bomb thrown by Bessarabian separatists at the Bolgrad palace.[5]
*Template:Flagu 1925, 16 April: A group from the Bulgarian Communist Party blew up the roof of St. Nedelya Church in an assault during a funeral service, killing 150 people and injuring 500.
*Template:Flag 1937–1948: The Irgun are responsible for numerous attacks in British-mandated Palestine.
*Template:Flagu 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.
*Template:Flag 1940–1956: George Metesky, the "Mad Bomber", placed over 30 bombs in New York City in public places such as Grand Central Station and The Paramount Theater, injuring ten during this period in protest against the local electric utility. He also sent many threatening letters.[6]
*Template:Flagu 1947, 25 July: Three Romanian terrorists kill an aircrew member aboard a Romanian airline.[7] This is attributed as the first hijacking that resulted in a fatality.
*Template:Flag 1949, 5 August: 12 killed and dozens injured in the Menarsha synagogue attack, Damascus.
*Template:Flag 1949, 7 May: 13 people are killed as a Philippine airliner explodes in flight travelling from Daet to Manila. A time bomb had detonated 30 minutes after departure near Alabat Island.[8]
*Template:Flag 1949, 9 September: 23 perish when a bomb explodes aboard a Quebec Airways Douglas DC-3 (Canadian Pacific Air Lines Flight 108) registration CF-CUA, travelling from Aéroport de l'Ancienne Lorette to Baie-Comeau Airport, and crashing in Sault-au-Cochon, Quebec after a man planted a bomb in order to claim his wife's life insurance policy.[9][10]

* Template:Flagu 1955, 1 November: A bomb aboard United Airlines Flight 629 explodes killing all 44 on board, seen as a copycat incident to Canadian Pacific Air Lines Flight 108.
*23px Cyprus 1956, 16 June: One man was killed and six others injured when a bomb exploded in Nicosia.[11]
*Template:Flagu 1958, 15 August: Three people were killed in a bomb blast Beirut. The bombing also injured ten more and on the day that United Nations General Assembly was pondering ways to end violence in the Middle East.[12]
*Template:Flagu 1960, 5 March: The French freighter La Coubre explodes, killing between 75 and 100 people with 200 injured. The government suspects sabotage.[13]
*Template:Flagu 1962, 22 May: Continental Airlines Flight 11 explodes and crashes near Unionville, Missouri, killing all 45 on board (the only initial survivor succumbed to injuries later in hospital) after it was determined to be a suicide committed as insurance fraud.
*Template:Flag 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.
*Template:Flag 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.
*22px Greece 1967, 12 November: A bomb exploded on board Cyprus Airways Flight 284 near Rhodes killing all 66 people on the aircraft.
* Template:Flagu 1968, 4 September: Three bombs were detonated in Tel Aviv, killing 1 person and injuring 51 people.[14] The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs states the number of injured people at 71.[15]
* Template:Flagu 1969, 12 December: Piazza Fontana bombing, Milano, killing 17 people and wounding 88.

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2013: January–June

==By country==
*List of terrorist incidents in Indonesia
*List of terrorist incidents in Iraq since 2003
*List of terrorist incidents in Pakistan since 2001

==See also==
*List of terrorist incidents by death toll
*List of aircraft hijackings
*List of assassinated persons
*List of designated terrorist organizations
*List of events named massacres
*List of incidents of political violence in Washington, D.C.
*List of mass car bombings
*Lists of nuclear disasters and radioactive incidents


==External links==
*U.S. National Counterterrorism Center's Worldwide Incidents Tracking System
*Fatal Terrorist Attacks in Israel since the Declaration of Principles (September 1993) to September 2000
* Assassination of Liaquat Ali Khan: Documents from the U.S. National Archives
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* History of Terrorism : Timeline of Terrorist Acts – Chronology
* Thinkquest: Timeline of Terror
* Infoplease: Terrorist Attacks on Americans
* Infoplease: Terrorist Attacks (within the United States or against Americans abroad)
* Frontline : Terrorist Attacks on Americans
*PBS Frontline/New York Times "Al Qaeda's New Front" Chronology of significant plots uncovered in Europe both before and after 9/11. January 2004
*"Ephéméride Anarchiste" Listing anarchist terrorist incidents in France, or others countries. In French.
*Selected terrorist incidents worldwide, through September 2000: complied by Wm. Robert Johnston

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