The Year in Review

April 2003
Patterns of Global Terrorism;2003, p1
Government Documents
The article offers a look on the statistics of global terrorist attacks. Data showed that international terrorists conducted 199 attacks in 2002, a significant drop from the 355 attacks recorded during 2001. A total of 725 persons were killed in 2002, far fewer than the 3,295 persons killed the previous year, which included the thousands of fatalities resulting from the September 11, 2001 attacks. List of the thirty U.S. citizens that were killed in the attacks in 2002 are presented.


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