On March 1, 1991 at least 30 people, including Sri Lanka’s Deputy Defence Minister were killed by a car bomb in Colombo.
On February 5, 2016 three people were killed in a probable Al Shabaab car bomb targeting an airport official in Mogadishu.
On January 4, 2016 Afghan Taliban terrorists launched a truck bomb attack on a compound near Kabul airport wounding 30, including nine children.
On December 19, 1974 the IRA detonated a 100-pound car bomb exploded in a parked car outside Selfridge’s in downtown London, wounding nine people.
On December 11, 2007 AQIM claimed responsibility for two car bombs that ripped through the streets of Algiers, killing 37 people and wounding 177.
On November 28, 2002 a car crashed through the front of a Kenyan hotel, killing 13 and wounding 80: an attack on an aircraft taxiing failed.
On November 23, 2006 a series of car bombings struck Sadr City, a Shia dominated slum in Baghdad, killing 202 people and wounding another 250.
On November 9, 2018 Al Shabaab carried out a series of car bombs in Mogadishu which killed at least 20 people.
On November 3, 2008 a car bomb blast at a fruit market and another explosion minutes later at a nearby teashop wounded 73 people in Muslim southern Thailand.
On October 28, 2017 Al Shabaab claimed a double car bombing in Mogadishu in which at least 25 people were killed and a further 30 injured