On September 14, 1911 Russian Premier Pyotr Stolypin was shot by a ‘revolutionary’ named Dmitry Bogrov
On this day in 1973 a man blew himself up at the mausoleum which contains the body of Vladimir Lenin, the first leader of the Soviet Union.
On July 6, 2006 a powerful explosion killed at least seven people on a minibus in the Transnistrian capital city, Tiraspol
On June 14, 1995 Chechen terrorists took thousands of hostages at a hospital in the southern Russian city of Budyonnovsk, eventually killing 129.
On May 12, 2003 three suicide bombers drove a truck bomb into the FSB offices in Chechnya, killing 59 people and injuring a further 200
On May 9, 2002 an explosion hit the main thoroughfare of Kaspiysk in the southern republic of Dagestan, killing 44 people and wounding 133
On this day in 1996, Ibn al-Khattab led an ambush against a convoy of Russian troops in the mountains near Yaryshmardy, Chechnya killing more than 100 troops though some put the numbers in the several hundreds.
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.
On this day in 1999 52 people were killed and 168 wounded in a bombing at a crowded market in Vladkavkaz, the capital of North Ossetia.
On this day in 2011 four people from Moscow were killed by Islamist terrorists in Russia’s North Caucasus region on their way to a ski resort.