The far-left National Liberation Army (ELN) claimed carrying out an attack at a police academy in Bogota that left at least 20 dead.
An employee of Vancouver-based mining company, Progress Minerals, Inc., has reportedly been kidnapped in Yagha province, Burkina Faso.
Anarchists claimed an incendiary attack in Chile on a Movistar vehicle belonging to Spanish telecommunications company, Telefónica.
The Coalition of Niger River Delta Agitators (CDNA) threatened to attack oil wells in response to charges brought against the Chief Justice of Nigeria.
A “security threat” prompted the evacuation of the That El Emad Towers in Tripoli, Libya.
Anarchists carried out incendiary attacks across multiple sites belonging to electricity company, Enedis, in Foix, France.
The Baloch Republican Army (BRA) claimed attacking a gas pipeline in Pakistan.
Marking the first attack of 2019, the Colombian Caño Limón–Coveñas pipeline was struck in the Norte de Santander province.
The Islamic State (ISIS/IS) claimed an attack on oil facility guards in Iraq.
Venezuelan security forces repelled an attack by two armed men at a Petróleos de Venezuela Oil Plant.
Attempting to gain control of oilfields, the Afghan Taliban launched a series of coordinated attacks against government forces in Sar-e Pul Province.
German energy firm RWE was targeted in an arson attack claimed by eco-extremists.
An Islamic State (IS)-aligned group suggested that lone wolves in the West innovate and use unprecedented attacks against "disbelievers".
The Islamic State (ISIS/IS) claimed attacking Iraqi security forces outside ‘Allas oilfield near Tikrit, Iraq.
The leader of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) recently charged French energy companies Total and Areva with “looting and bribing” in Africa.
Following unclaimed attacks on natural resource extraction sites in West Africa, an Islamic State (IS)-linked group calls for similar lone actor operations.
Remarking on media reports of unclaimed attacks by the Islamic State (IS) on oil wells and gold mines and their guards in West Africa, an IS-linked group suggested to lone wolves there to attack sites of natural resource extraction.
Ecopetrol’s Caño Limón–Coveñas oil pipeline was struck by the latest bombing, raising the total to 84 attacks this year.
A group of armed men carried out attack on a Foraco International water well site in Niger.
In a new pro-Islamic State (IS) periodical, promoted as a weekly newspaper, editors called on lone wolves in the West to burn forests and crops, poison water supplies, and mount vehicular and gun attacks.