08 Feb 2022

The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) Releases Mobile App to Federal and Military Partners

The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) was established at the recommendation of the 9/11 Commission and given responsibility for integrating government analysis, strategic planning, and information-sharing with state, local, tribal, territorial, and federal partners.  For the C-Level and executives managing the safety of personnel, mission-critical operations, and threats to physical plants and assets,  risk awareness of the terrorism threat (foreign and domestic) is as vital as ever. To assist in those efforts, today the NCTC released a first-of-its-kind mobile app that shares unclassified counterterrorism reports, analysis, training resources, and alerts.

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13 Oct 2013

Patterns of Global Terrorism 2001

In 2001, terrorism cast its lethal shadow across the globe—yet the world’s resolve to defeat it has never been greater. When the terrorists struck on September 11, their target was not just the United States, but also the values that the American people share with men and women all over

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08 Feb 2002

Patterns of Global Terrorism 2002

The evil of terrorism continued to plague the world throughout 2002, from Bali to Grozny to Mombasa. At the same time, the global war against the terrorist threat was waged intensively in all regions with encouraging results. The year saw the liberation of Afghanistan by Coalition forces, the expulsion of

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08 Feb 2000

Patterns of Global Terrorism 2000

The year 2000 showed that terrorism continues to pose a clear and present danger to the international community. From the millennium-related threats at the beginning of the year to the USS Cole bombing and the rash of hostage takings at the end, the year 2000 highlighted the need for continued

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08 Feb 1996

Patterns of Global Terrorism 1996

Although terrorism remains a concern in East Asia, national reconciliation efforts in Cambodia and the Philippines, and successful prosecutions in Japan, have helped reduce the terrorist profile in the region. Continuing defections by Khmer Rouge troops in Cambodia have reduced their numbers considerably, although the Khmer Rouge is still considered

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08 Feb 1991

Patterns of Global Terrorism 1991

Terrorism in 1991 was marked by three major features. First, the number of international terrorist incidents increased 22 percent, from 456 in 1990 to 557 last year. This increase is solely attributable to terrorism associated with the Persian Gulf war. Second, 1991 was the second straight year in which there

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08 Feb 1990

Patterns of Global Terrorism 1990

The continuing decline in the number of international terrorist incidents during 1990 is encouraging. From a peak of 856 in 1988, the number of incidents decreased to 455 in 1990. Even more encouraging are the increasing counterterrorist cooperation among governments and our numerous successes in bringing the rule of law

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08 Feb 1989

Patterns of Global Terrorism 1989

The year 1989 saw a steep decline in the number of terrorist acts committed worldwide-one of the sharpest yearly drops we have recorded since the advent of modern terrorism in 1968. The number of people killed or wounded by terrorists also fell significantly. This is good news. But terrorism remains

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08 Feb 1986

Patterns of Global Terrorism 1986

The level of international terrorist activity remained high in 1986, despite a slight decline in the total number of incidents.’ This halts, at least temporarily, the dramatic upward trend in the number of incidents experienced in the previous two years. In the first part of 1986, terrorism continued to rise,

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08 Feb 1985

Patterns of Global Terrorism 1985

International terrorists had a banner year in 1985.’ They carried out more attacks than in any year since the decade began; caused more casualties-especially fatalities-over that same period (329 alone occurred when an Air India jetliner was blown up in June) ; conducted a host of spectacular, publicity-grabbing events that

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