I still dont know how you define a terror attack.
I guess it should be an organized mass murder of civilian with some sort of political claim about it
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Here's a similar graph in my newspaper today:The top graph is worldwide terrorist deaths in the last decade, the lower one is amount of deaths per terrorist organization.
The top graph is worldwide terrorist deaths in the last decade, the lower one is amount of deaths per terrorist organization.
What happens in '93? Is k.A. mean not applicable, as in no terror attacks, or is it a different color for another reason?
in 1992 the IRA and the UK began talks that ended in the 1993 cease-fire. Also, the USSR collapsed in 1992 and many of the groups they supported scattered and lost funding.
I think that's "kein anschlagen" - no hits, essentially...?