List of non-state terrorist incidents, 1992
The following is a timeline of acts and failed attempts that can be considered non-state terrorism in 1992.
- January 17: Eight Protestant British army contractors are killed by an IRA bomb on their way to work at an Army base near Omagh.
- February 5: Three civilians were killed and 29 injured by East Turkestan Islamic Movement two bus bombs in Urumqi (see: 5 February 1992 Urumqi Bombings)
- February 28, 1992: A bomb explodes at London Bridge station injuring 29 people.
- March 16: A bomb goes off in the office of Internationale Socialister (International Socialists), Søllerødgade in Nørrebro, Copenhagen, killing party member Henrik Christensen. The case remains unsolved, but the act has been attributed to Neo-Nazi movements.
- March 17: Israeli Embassy bombing by "Islamic Jihad" in Buenos Aires, Argentina; 29 killed, 242 injured.
- April 5, 1992: The Iranian embassy in Ottawa is stormed by members of MEK, an Iraq-supported religious right group.
- April 10, 1992: The IRA detonate a massive bomb in St Mary Axe in the City of London killing three people and injuring 91. Many buildings are heavily damaged and the Baltic Exchange is completely destroyed.
- May 27: A car bomb explode near of Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy and where damage in art of Viadei Georgolili and part of area, kills 6 and injures 26, where blame on Italian Mafia group.
- July 16: A dynamite bomb blast in Miraflores District, Peruvian capital of Lima, where damaged in ten-story apartment building and many vehicles with kills 18, injures 140. Which blame on Maoist of Shining Path guerrilla group.
- July 19: A simulation time bomb blast in downtown Palermo, Sicily, Italy, which kills anti mafia investigator Paolo Borselline and five police escorts, injures 20, where blame on Italian Mafia group.
- August 27: A bomb exploded in Houari Boumediene Airport, Dar El Beida, Algeria, where damaged widely, include Air France and Air Algerie counters, kills nine and injures 128. Some of Islamic Salvation Front members arrested by suspiction of this case by few days ago.
- September 1: Nine die, including a six-month old baby, and seven are injured when a bomb explodes in a suburb of Medellín.
- October 12, 1992: A device explodes in the gents' toilet of the Sussex Arms public house in Covent Garden killing one person and injuring four others.
- November 11: Bombs explode in nine Colombian cities, leaving one person dead and 35 injured. The Medellín Cartel is held responsible for the attacks.
- December 3: Ten police officers and four civilians die when a bomb planted by drug traffickers explode in Medellín.
- December 29: Two police officers and 50 civilians wounded when a car bomb explodes at a party in a suburban area of Medellín.