On October 8 of that year ETA killed Augusto Unceta Barrenechea, mayor of Guernica, and his two bodyguards.
On September 14, 1911 Russian Premier Pyotr Stolypin was shot by a ‘revolutionary’ named Dmitry Bogrov
On June 24, 1894 French President Marie Francois Sadi Carnot was killed by an Italian anarchist just after he left a banquet in Lyon
On May 21, 1991 former Indian Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by a member of the Sri Lankan terrorist group LTTE
On May 1, 1981 Vienna city Councillor Heinz Nittel, co-founder of the Austrian Jewish Welcome Service, was assassinated
On this day in 1902, the Russian Minister of the Interior, Dmitry Sergeyevich Sipyagin, was assassinated by a 20-year-old Socialist Revolutionary (read: anarchist) named Stepan Balmashov.
The release of a CIA report holding Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman responsible for the brutal death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 matters to Canadians, because the same sort of thing can happen here. We’ve already seen the evidence.
On this day in 1984 a hooded gunman assassinated a Socialist candidate for the regional parliament, three days before the hotly contested Basque elections
The leftist November 17 Revolutionary Organisation claimed the assassination of a Greek police officer in Athens in December 1976
If one nation decides to unilaterally take out another’s citizen what stops the desire for legitimate retribution?