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Ongoing conflicts around the world January 2014
  Major wars and civil unrest, 1,000+ deaths per year
  Minor skirmishes and conflicts, fewer than 1000 deaths per year

The following is a list of ongoing armed conflicts that are taking place around the world and which continue to result in violent deaths. This list is for the sole purpose of identifying present-day conflicts and the death toll associated with each conflict. Note:

1,000+ deaths per year[edit]

Conflicts in the following list are currently causing at least 1000 violent deaths per year, a categorization used by the Uppsala Conflict Data Program[1] and recognised by the United Nations.[2][3]

Start of conflictConflictContinentLocationCumulative fatalitiesFatalities in 2013Fatalities in 2014
1978War in Afghanistan (1978–present)Asia Afghanistan 1,405,111-2,084,468[4][5][6][7][8] 5648[9]
2001Islamist insurgency in NigeriaAfrica Nigeria 15,000+[10][11][12] 1,000-1,007+[c] 56[13]
2004War in North-West PakistanAsia Pakistan 50,500[14] 5,366[14] 115[15][16][17][18][19][20]
2006Mexican Drug WarNorth America Mexico 111,000+[21][22] 11788[23] 9[24]
2011Syrian Civil WarAsia Syria 95,152[25][26]–130,433[27] 73,455[28] 482 - 1,550+[29][30][31]
2011Iraqi insurgency (post-U.S. withdrawal)Asia Iraq 14,000[32] 7,818[33] 600+[34][35][36]
2012Central African Republic conflict (2012–13)Africa Central African Republic 906+[citation needed] 886-1,006+[d]
20132013 South Sudanese political crisisAfrica South Sudan 1,000-10,000[37] 1000+[38]

Other conflicts - Fewer than 1,000 deaths per year[edit]

There are many other smaller-scale armed conflicts that are currently causing a smaller number of violent fatalities each year. Italics indicate disputed territories and unrecognized states.

Start of conflictConflictContinentLocationCumulative fatalitiesFatalities in 2013Fatalities in 2014
1918Kurdish separatism in IranAsia Iran 34,000+[39] 38-39[a]
1945Korean ConflictAsia North Korea
 South Korea
4,500,000+[40]1[41]
1947Kashmir conflictAsia India
 Pakistan
43,293–68,000[42][43][verification needed]172[42][verification needed] 4[44]
1948Israeli–Palestinian conflictAsia Israel
 State of Palestine
21,500[45] 31[46][47][48][49][50][51][52][53]
[54][55][56]
1[57]
1948Balochistan conflictAsia Pakistan 3,679+[58][59] 144+[58] 3[60]
1948Internal conflict in BurmaAsia Burma 210,000[61] 240+[62]
1963Papua conflictOceania Indonesia 400,000[63][64][65] 23+[66][67][68][69][70][71][72][73] 1[74]
1964Insurgency in Northeast IndiaAsia India 25,000[75] 197[14] 21[76]
1964Colombian conflict (1964–present)South America Colombia 220,000-600,000[2][77]
1967Naxalite–Maoist insurgencyAsia India 13,812[78][79] 384[citation needed] 12 [80]
1969Civil conflict in the Philippines[81]Asia Philippines
 Malaysia
164,000[82] 318+[83][84][85][86][87][88][89][90][91]

[92][93][94][95][96][97][98]

15[99][100]
1980Internal conflict in PeruSouth America Peru 70,000+[citation needed] 6+[101][102][103][104]
1982Casamance conflictAfrica The Gambia
 Senegal
5,000[105] 5+[106]
1984Kurdish–Turkish conflictAsia Turkey 45,000–100,000[107][108][109][110] 21-22[f]
1987Lord's Resistance Army insurgencyAfrica Uganda
 Democratic Republic of the Congo
 Central African Republic
 South Sudan
200,000 - 500,000[111]47+ (civilians)[112]
1989Xinjiang conflictAsia China 2,000-3,000[citation needed] 91[113][114][115][116][117]
1991Somali Civil WarAfrica Somalia
 Somaliland
500,000+[118][119] 79+[120][121] 37-62[121][122][123]
1998Al-Qaeda insurgency in YemenAsia Yemen 3,711[124] 133-150+[b] 11[125][126][127]
2002Insurgency in the Maghreb (2002–present)Africa Algeria
 Mali
 Tunisia
 Mauritania
 Niger
6,000[128][unreliable source?] 55+[129] 2[130]
2003War in DarfurAfrica Sudan 178,258-461,520[131] 431[132][133][134][135][136]
2004Shia insurgency in YemenAsia Yemen 25,000[137] 100+[138] 17[139]
2004Conflict in the Niger DeltaAfrica Nigeria 4,000-10,000[140] 123[141]
2004South Thailand insurgencyAsia Thailand 5,469+[142] 48+[143][144][145][146][147][148][149][150][151][152]
2007ADF insurgencyAfrica Democratic Republic of the Congo 47+[citation needed] 63+[153][154][155][156][157] 3[158]
2009Sudanese nomadic conflictsAfrica South Sudan
 Sudan
7,441[159][160][161]869+[citation needed]
2009Insurgency in the North CaucasusAsia Russia 2,198+[162][163][164][165][166] 170+[citation needed] 7[167][168]
2009South Yemen insurgencyAsia Yemen 1,554+[169][170] 10+[171]
2011Sudan–SPLM-N conflictAfrica Sudan
 South Sudan
4,900+[172]Unknown
2011Sinai insurgencyAfrica Egypt 236[citation needed] 235+[citation needed] 1[173]
2011Syrian civil war spillover in LebanonAsia Lebanon 325[citation needed] 200+[citation needed]
2011Post-civil war violence in LibyaAfrica Libya 1,371 - 1,397[citation needed]165-166+[citation needed] 25[174][175][176]
2012Northern Mali conflictAfrica Mali 765 - 2,397+[177][178][179][180][181][182][183]
[179][184][185][186][187][188][189][190]
9+[e]

See also[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

[a].^ Kurdish separatism in Iran (2013 deaths: 38-39)

February 2013 - 3 IRGC killed in an incident.[191]
19 May - 2 IRGC soldiers killed.[192]
August 14 - 4 IRGC guards killed and 3 wounded during mine dismantlement in Kordestan province.[193]
August 26 - 7 Iranian soldiers and 2 PJAK killed.[194]
October 10 - 5[195]-6[196] IRGC killed in Kordestan province.
October - 9 civilian casualties from IRGC fire.[197]
October 27 - 3 PJAK killed, 3 captured.[196]
October - 2 PJAK members executed.[198]
October 31 - 1 Iranian border guard killed by rebels.[199]

[b].^ Al-Qaeda insurgency in Yemen (2013 mortal casualties: 133-150+)

28 July-04 August - 17 Al-Qaeda suspects killed in drone attack.[200]
31 August-06 September - 29 killed in US drone attacks.[201]
September 20 attacks - 21[202]-38[203] killed.
October 15 - 1 police officer killed in shootout.[204]
October 17 - 1 soldier killed.[204]
October 18 - 12 soldiers killed in suicide bombing.[204]
December 5 - 52 killed in attack on defense ministry.[205][206]

[c].^ Islamist insurgency in Nigeria (2013 fatalities: 1,000-1,007+)

1 January Nigerian Army raid - 13 militants killed[207]
8 February attack on polio vaccinators - 9 women killed[208]
18 March Kano suicide bombing - 20+ killed[209]
April 2013 Baga fighting - 187 killed.[210]
June Maiduguri incident - 9 children killed by Boko Haram.[211]
June Damaturu incident - 13 students and teachers killed by Boko Haram.[211]
Yobe State school shooting (July 2013) – 42+ killed.[211]
Maiduguri mosque incident (12 August) - 56 killed.[212]
12 September ambush by Boko Haram - 40 soldiers killed.[213]
12–18 September Offensive by Nigerian Army - 150 Islamists and 16 soldiers killed.[213]
19 September Benisheik attacks – 159 killed.[214]
20 September, Abuja shootout - 7[215]-9[216] killed.
29 September, Yobe attack - more than 50 killed by Islamists.[211]
October 10 Damboa attack - 20 killed (15 suspected militants and 5 civilians).[217] Report from Barkin Ladi - 25 killed.[218]
October Borno State raids on rebel camps - 101 Boko Haram fighters killed.[219]
October Damaturu fighting - 128 people killed (95 militants, 23 soldiers, 8 policemen, 2 civilians).[220]

[d].^ Central African Republic conflict (2012–13) (2013 fatalities: 886-1,006+)

March 24-April 30 - around 130 people killed in Bangui.[221]
June - 12 villagers killed.[221]
August - 21 killed during the month.[221]
09 September Bouca violence - 73[222]-153[223] killed.
06 October - 14 killed.[224]
09 October - 30[225]-60[226] killed in clashes.
12 October - 6 killed.[227]
4–10 December - 600[228]

-610[229] killed in Bangui and other locations.

[e].^ Northern Mali conflict (2013 fatalities: 9+)

September Timbuktu bombing - 2 civilians and 4 bombers killed.[230]
23 October - civilians and 2 peacekeepers killed.[231]

[f].^ Kurdish-Turkish conflict (2013 fatalities:21-22)

7 January - 14 PKK rebels killed on Iraqi Kurdistan border.[232]
10 January - 3 Kurdish activists killed in Paris.[233]
28 June - 1 protester killed.[234]
4 July - none to 1 killed.[235][236]
6 December - 2 Kurds killed in clashes over PKK cemetery.[237] 1 later died in hospital.[238]

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