On May 31, 1906 a Spanish anarchist threw a bomb hoping to hit King Alfonso XIII, killing 24 and wounding more than 100.
On May 30, 2009 two pamphlet-bombs exploded outside an Ecuadorian TV station and ministry: no victims or significant damage ensued.
On May 28, 1974 the Italian fascist group Ordine Nuovo placed a bomb in Brescia near an anti-fascist march, killing eight people and wounding another 102.
On May 27, 2004 Nepalese Maoists killed a newspaper hawker and injured two others near the western mountain resort of Pokhara.
On May 23, 2000 Hizbul Mujahideen took responsibility for a bomb that went off on a golf course where India’s Chief Minister for Kashmir had been playing.
On May 22, 2018 an IED planted by a Mexican anarchist group exploded at an ATM in Oaxaca, causing little damage and no casualties.
On May 21, 2004 a bomb injured the British High Commissioner to Bangladesh while he was visiting the Shah Jalal shrine, killing two.
On May 15, 2000 the Colombian FARC put an explosive collar around the neck of a woman, killing her and a man who tried to neutralise the device.
On May 11, 2011 Chilean police deactivated a bomb outside a bank placed by anarchists from the Núcleo Antagónico Nueva Guerrilla Urbana.
On May 9, 2004 a bomb exploded in the Dynamo Stadium in the Chechen capital city, Grozny, killing 10 people including President Akhmad Kadyrov.