On October 31, New York saw the deadliest terrorist attack since September 11, 2001, when 29-year-old Sayfullo Saipov drove a truck down a bike lane, killing eight people and injuring more than a dozen.
Here a fascinating map showing every terror attack across the globe in the last 20 years (1997 and 2016):
With fears of attacks around the world at a high, the University of Maryland teamed up with the Igarapé Institute to visualize terror risks from a bird’s-eye view.
The larger the red circle, the more deaths in a given attack.
Here’s the map for the USA:
Here’s the map for South Asia:
Here’s a last map showing and overview of terrorism fragility:
As expected countries where radicalism, poverty, drug and political instability are more prone to terror attacks than the others. Our governments have to stay strong and fight radicalism. Stay unite, don’t get destabilized… And prepare for the the unrest.