List of terrorist incidents, 1999
The following is a timeline of acts and failed attempts that can be considered non-state terrorism in 1999.
- Pakistan, January 3: Gunmen open fire on Shi'a Muslims worshipping in an Islamabad mosque, killing 16 people and injuring 25.
- Turkey, a pair of bombs detonated on March 13 killing 13 and March 14 injuring 2.
- Russia, March 19: A bomb was detonated in a crowded market in Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia-Alania killing 62 and injuring many.
- United Kingdom, April: David Copeland's nail bomb attacks against ethnic minorities and gays in London kill three people and injure over 160.
- Russia, April 26: An explosion inside an elevator at the Intourist hotel in Moscow injured eleven people.
- Sweden, Murders in Malexander
- France, June 18: The separatist Breton Revolutionary Army dynamites a tax office in Cintegabelle causing extensive damage. .
- Colombia, July 30: A car bomb kills nine and injures 38 at a military base in Medellín. Authorities blame leftist guerrillas for the attack.
- Russia, August 31 – September 22: Russian Apartment Bombings kills about 300 people, leading Russia into Second Chechen War.
- Jordan, December: Jordanian authorities foil a plot to bomb US and Israeli tourists and pick up 28 suspects as part of the 2000 millennium attack plots
- Colombia, November 12: Seven die and dozens are injured when a bomb explodes in Bogotá. No claim for responsibility is made.
- United States, December 14: Ahmed Ressam is arrested on the United States-Canada border in Port Angeles, Washington; he confessed to planning to bomb the Los Angeles International Airport as part of the 2000 millennium attack plots
- India, December 24: Indian Airlines Flight 814 from Kathmandu, Nepal, to Delhi is hijacked. One passenger is killed and some hostages are released. After negotiations between the Taliban and the Indian government, the last of the remaining hostages on board Flight 814 are released in exchange for release of four terrorists.
- United States, December 31 An arson fire causes one million dollars in damage and destroys the fourth floor of Michigan State University's Agriculture Hall. In 2008 four people that the U.S. government claimed were Earth Liberation Front members were indicted for that incident