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Patterns of Global Terrorism
Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism
May 21, 2002
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Contents

Preface

Introduction

September 11

Review of Terrorism in 2001

Africa Overview

Angola
Djibouti
Ethiopia
Kenya
Nigeria
Senegal
Somalia
South Africa
Uganda
(Inset) Alternate Means of Terrorist Funding?
Diamonds and Tanzanite

South Asia Overview

Afghanistan
India
Nepal
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
(Inset) The Taliban
(Inset) Daniel Pearl

East Asia Overview

Burma
China
Indonesia
Japan
Laos
Malaysia
Philippines
Singapore
Taiwain
Thailand
(Inset) Singapore: A Terrorist Plot Thwarted

Eurasia Overview

Azerbaijan
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Russia
Tajikistan
Uzbekistan

Europe Overview

Albania
Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Poland
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
Yugoslavia/Kosovo
(Inset) Italy: A Terrorist Cell Wrapped Up

Latin America Overview

Bolivia
Chile
Colombia
Ecuador
Peru
Triborder (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay)
Uruguay
Venezuela

Middle East Overview

Algeria
Bahrain
Egypt
Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza Strip
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Morocco
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Tunisia
United Arab Emirates
Yemen

North America Overview

Canada
Mexico

Overview of State-Sponsored Terrorism

Cuba
Iran
Iraq
Libya
North Korea
Sudan
Syria
(Inset) State Sponsor: Implications
(Inset) Chemical, Biological, Radiological,
Nuclear (CBRN) Terrorism

Appendixes

A. Chronology of Significant Terrorist Incidents, 2001

B. Background Information on Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations

C. Background Information on Other Terrorist Groups

D. Extraditions and Renditions of Terrorists to the United States, 1993-2001

E. US Processes, Programs, Policy

US President Bush Address, 20 September 2001
Teamwork in Action: The Interagency Process
Countering Terrorism on the Economic Front
Antiterrorism Assistance Program
Rewards for Justice Program
International Terrorism: US Hostages, US Government Policy
US Terrorism Lists: Prevention, Punishment, Pressure
Terrorists and Groups Identified Under Executive Order 13224
Patriot USA Act: Terrorism Exclusion List

Terrorism Exclusion List Designees

F. UN Role in Fighting Terrorism

G. US Military Campaign in Afghanistan

H. Multinational Response to September 11

Statement by the North Atlantic Council (NATO)
Statement by NATO Secretary General Lord Robertson
Press Release—Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC)
Resolution—Organization of American States (OAS)
Declaration—Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
Communique—Organization of African Unity (OAU)

I. Statistical Review

J.International Terrorist Incidents, 2001 (Map)

Summary Charts

Total International Attacks, 2001
Total Casualties Caused by International Attacks, 2001
Total International Attacks, 2001



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