Patterns of Global Terrorism 2003 Report
The annual "Patterns of Global Terrorism" report, released
April 2004 by the Secretary of State and the Coordinator for Counterterrorism,
is submitted in compliance with Title 22 of the United States Code,
Section 2656f(a), which requires the Department of State to provide
Congress a full and complete annual report on terrorism for those
countries and groups meeting the criteria of Section (a)(1) and
(2) of the Act.
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In addition to the individual report files listed below,
this report is also available as a single
file [7.40 MB].
NOTE: Corrected Year
in Review, Appendix
A, and Appendix
G were posted on June 22, 2004. Numbers in the text, specifically
numbers of killed and wounded, will be revised to reflect to corrected
A new fact sheet Chronology
of Non-Significant International Terrorist Incidents,
2003 was released on June 22, 2004.
-- The Year in Review (Revised 6/22/04 not yet available) (old
of State-Sponsored Terrorism
A -- Chronology of Significant Terrorist Incidents, 2003 (Revised 6/22/04),
B -- Background Information on Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations
C -- Background Information on Other Terrorist Groups
D -- US Programs and Policy
E -- Summary of the US Military Counterterrorism Campaign in 2003
F -- Countering Terrorism on the Economic Front
G -- Statistical Review (Revised 6/22/04), (old version)
[06-22-04] Terrorists Killed 625 People in 2003, Revised State
[06-22-04] Powell Says Terror Report Statistics Now Reviewed,
[06-10-04] US State Department Says It Understated Terror Attacks
Powell "Very Disturbed" by Errors in 2003
Release of the 2003 "Patterns
of Global Terrorism" Annual
[04-29-04] Global Terrorist
Fall to Lowest Level Since 1969
[04-29-04] State Department
37 Foreign Terrorist Organizations
[04-29-04] Some States
Support for Terrorist Activities
[04-29-04] Ten More Groups
to Terrorist Exclusion List
[04-29-04] State Dept.
of Terrorist Threat in the Americas
Terrorism Report Calls
Mideast "Region of Greatest Concern"