June 2007- August 2007

June 2007- August 2007

June 2007

June 1: In Thailand’s Yala province, a roadside bomb struck an army vehicle killing 11 soldiers. In Thailand’s Songkhla province, gunmen opened fire on a group of villagers at a mosque killing seven people.

June 2: In Afghanistan’s Ghazni province, suspected Taliban militants attacked the home of a local police commander killing his wife, two sons and two nephews.

June 3: Outside of Colombo, Sri Lanka, the bodies of two abducted Red Cross workers were found. In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, Islamic militants killed a Muslim teacher and a Muslim villager.

June 4: In the eastern Turkish province of Tunceli, suspected Kurdish militants attacked a police headquarters killing seven Turkish paramilitary police.

June 5: In Afghanistan’s Parwan province, gunmen shot to death Zakia Zaki, an Afghan radio journalist. In Afghanistan’s Kandahar province, the Taliban killed and beheaded an Afghan health worker.

June 6: In Tizi-Ouzou, Algeria, a bomb exploded at a bus station killing one person and wounding eight others.

June 8: In the Pakistani town of Hub, a bomb blast outside a hotel killing three people and wounded nine others.

June 11: In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, gunmen entered a primary school and shot to death two female Buddhist teachers. In a separate incident, gunmen shot dead a male teacher from another school. 

June 12: In Afghanistan’s Logar province, two gunmen on a motorcycle shot at girls leaving a school killing two girls and wounding six others.  In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, gunmen shot to death three Buddhist salesmen.  

June 13: In Gaza, gunmen shot dead two UN relief workers. In Thailand’s Yala province, a man was shot dead in a drive-by shooting. In Beirut, Lebanon, a car bomb killed anti-Syrian Lebanese lawmaker Walid Eido and nine other people.

June 15: In the southern Philippines, a bus bomb killed eight people and wounded 14 others. In Thailand’s Pattani province, Islamic militants shot dead a Buddhist man at a tea house and killed a Muslim man in a drive-by shooting. In Narathiwat province, Islamic militants killed a Muslim man in a drive-by shooting. In Afghanistan’s Uruzgan province, a suicide bomber targeted a NATO convoy and killed 10 people, including five children.  

June 16: In Kabul, Afghanistan, a suicide car bombing in a residential area killed at least four Afghan civilians. In Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan, a car bomb targeting a NATO convoy killed two civilians and wounded 12 others. In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, Islamic militants shot dead a Muslim man in his home. In the eastern Philippines, Communist militants killed four policemen.

June 17: In Kabul, Afghanistan, a bomb exploded aboard a bus killing 35 policemen and civilians; the Taliban claimed responsibility. In the northern Afghani city of Mazar-e-Sharif, a motorcycle suicide bomber attacked a military convoy killing one Afghan civilian.

June 19: In Thailand’s Pattani province, suspected Islamic militants detonated a roadside bomb killing a district chief, an army colonel and their driver. In Narathiwat province, Islamic militants shot to death a student.

June 21: In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, suspected Islamic militants shot dead a local government official.

June 22: In Thailand’s Yala province, Islamic militants shot to death three teenaged boys in a tea shop.

June 23: The Colombian terrorist group FARC issued a statement saying that 11 of the 12 lawmakers that the group had kidnapped in April 2002 were dead. In Thailand’s Yala province, a bomb explosion at a tea shop killed two people and injured five others.

June 24: In the Colombian port city of Buenaventura, FARC terrorists detonated a bomb at a tourist beach killing a man and a three-year-old girl. In Thailand’s Pattani province, Islamic militants shot and set on fire two elderly civilians on a motorcycle.

June 25: In the southern Philippines, radio journalist Vincent Sumalpong was shot to death on his way to work. On the PhilippinesJolo Island, Abu Sayyaf terrorists murdered seven men whom they had kidnapped while on their way to work.

June 26: In Thailand’s Songkhla province, suspected Islamic militants shot dead a Muslim football team manager. In Pattani province, a gunman fired into a local tea shop and killed one person and injured four others.

June 27: In Thailand’s Yala province, a bomb exploded near busy food stalls killing three people and wounding 17 others.

June 28: In eastern Sri Lanka, suspected LTTE terrorists lobbed a hand grenade killing Thillainathan Udhayakanthan, a politician of a minority Tamil party and in a separate incident, LTTE militants shot dead a 16-year-old ex-LTTE cadre who had refused to rejoin the group. In Kabul, Afghanistan, a suicide car bomber killed two Americans and an Afghan woman and wounded five other Afghan civilians; the Taliban claimed responsibility. In Thailand’s Yala province, suspected Islamic militants shot dead two teenagers. In Thailand’s Songkhla province, Islamic militants shot dead a policeman.

June 29: In London, England, police disabled two cars laden with explosives parked near the crowded Piccadilly Circus area. In Kabul, Afghanistan, a suicide bomber killed an American security contractor and injured five people, including three Americans and two Afghans; the Taliban claimed responsibility.

June 30: In Glasgow, Scotland, two men rammed a jeep into the entrance of the main terminal at Glasgow Airport; one later died of burns at the hospital. In the eastern Sri Lankan town of Serunuwara, suspected Tamil Tigers shot dead four farmers. In the northern Sri Lankan town of Jaffna, suspected Tigers shot dead two Tamil civilians. In Afghanistan’s Konar province, a Taliban rocket killed three Afghan civilians.

 

July 2007

July 2: At a historical site in Mareb, Yemen, a suicide car bombing killed ten people, including eight Spanish tourists. 

July 4: In Pakistan’s North Waziristan region, a suicide car bomber attacked a Pakistani military convoy killing 11 people, including six soldiers and five civilian bystanders. In Afghanistan’s Kandahar province, a roadside bomb killed six Canadian NATO soldiers and their Afghan translator.

July 8: In Peshawar, Pakistan, three Chinese men in a rickshaw workshop were killed.

July 11: Al-Qa’ida’s North Africa wing claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a military barracks in Lakhdaria, Algeria, that killed eight soldiers and wounded 20 people.

July14: In Pakistan’s North Waziristan region, a suicide car bomber killed 24 Pakistani paramilitary soldiers.

July 17: At a rally in Islamabad, Pakistan, a suicide bomber killed 16 people and wounded 86 others. In Istanbul, Turkey, gunmen assassinated Turkish parliamentary candidate Tuncay Seyranlioglu. In Thailand’s Yala province, double bomb attacks killed one person and left 31 others wounded.

July 19: In the southern Pakistani town of Hub, a car bomber targeting a vehicle carrying Chinese workers killed 30 people. In the northwestern Pakistani city of Hangu, a car bomb targeting a police training center killed seven people and in the northwestern city of Kohat, a suicide bomber attacked a mosque killing 15 people. In Qarabagh, Afghanistan, the Taliban kidnapped 23 members of a South Korean church group.

July 24: In northern Sri Lanka, Tamil Tigers killed 11 Sri Lankan soldiers in a roadside bombing and four village guards in a raid on their bunker.

July 25: In Afghanistan’s Ghazni province, a South Korean pastor from the kidnapped church group was found shot dead.

July 26: A roadside bomb in Dagestan killed a senior Islamic cleric from Makhachkala’s central mosque.

July 27: In Islamabad, Pakistan, a suicide bomber killed 13 people, mostly policemen, and wounded 50 others.

July 28: In southeast Turkey, the PKK shot dead a villager for refusing to supply the militants with food.

July 29: In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, suspected Islamic militants shot dead a Muslim man who had left the rebel movement two years earlier.

July 30: In Afghanistan’s Ghazni province, the Taliban announced that it had shot dead a second South Korean hostage from a kidnapped church group.

 

August 2007

August 1: In Afghanistan’s Ghazni province, the bodies of four Afghan judges shot to death were found.

August 3: In the southern Philippines, two bombs exploded at a bus terminal killing one person and injuring 12 others. In Afghanistan’s Kunar province, a roadside bombing killed three Afghan policemen and wounded five others.

August 4: In northwestern Pakistan, a suicide car bomber attacked a bus station killing nine people and wounding 35 others. In Afghanistan’s Kandahar province, a roadside bomb killed four Afghan civilians.

August 5: In Afghanistan’s Kandahar province, a roadside bomb killed two Afghan civilians.

August 8: In Thailand’s Pattani province, suspected Islamic militants shot and killed two government health workers. In Yala province, suspected Islamic militants killed and decapitated two elderly Buddhists.

August 13: In Russia, a bomb explosion aboard an express train traveling from St. Petersburg to Moscow injured 60 people; a Chechen extremist organization claimed responsibility. In the northwestern Pakistani town of Kalam, a car bomb killed four people and injured six others. In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, suspected Islamic militants shot dead Muslim food vendor.

August 14: In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, suspected Islamic militants shot dead a man. In Yala province, a man was shot to death at his rubber plantation. In Afghanistan’s Kandahar province, a suspected Al-Qa’ida grenade attack on a military convoy killed six Afghan civilians.

August 15: In the northwestern Pakistani town of Swabi, a bomb exploded at a schoolteacher’s home killing the teacher and one of his students.

August 17: In Kandahar, Afghanistan, a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the house of a district governor, killing the official and three of his children.

August 18: In Kandahar, Afghanistan, a suicide car bomb killed 15 Afghans and wounded 20 others.

August 20: In northwestern Pakistan, a suicide car bomber attacked a security post killing six soldiers and wounding 18 more.

August 22: In Afghanistan’s Khost province, a suicide bomber attacked the convoy of a provincial governor, killing four people and wounding eight others. In northwest Colombia, suspected FARC militants shot to death five farmers.

August 23: In Afghanistan’s Helmand province, a bomb attack on a police convoy killed three civilians.

August 24: In Thailand’s Narathiwat province, suspected Islamic militants shot dead a former village headman. In Pattani district, gunmen shot to death a school director.

August 25: In Kabul, Afghanistan, a suicide bomber killed six people. In Afghanistan’s Kandahar province, a roadside bomb killed three private security guards.

August 26: In southern Colombia, suspected FARC militants raided a rural farm and killed nine farmers.

August 27: In Thailand’s Pattani province, two Buddhist teachers were shot to death.

August 28: In Thailand’s Pattani province, a female Buddhist rubber tapper was shot to death.  

August 31: In Afghanistan, a suicide car bomber struck near an entrance to Kabul airport killing two Afghan soldiers and wounding 12 people. In Afghanistan’s Kunar province, a mortar raid aimed at a U.S. base killed 10 Afghan civilians.


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