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Significant collection of documents left behind by Islamic State following the capture of Mosul, Iraq, in 2016. The documents have been digitised & made available by George Washington University's program on Extremism, and the majority translated from Arabic into English
The ITERATE project is an attempt to quantify data on the characteristics of transnational terrorist groups, their activities which have international impact, and the environment in which they operate.
Library provides access to: Hostage File: 1978-2005. ITERATE Common File: 1968-2016. ITERATE Codebook 2016
Part of the START Terrorism Data Archive, hosted on Harvard Dataverse. MAROB covers 16 countries in the Middle East and North Africa over the period 1980-2004. It provides information on the characteristics of 22 ethnopolitical organizations most likely to employ violence and terrorism in pursuit of perceived grievances.
Centre associated with the US Department of Homeland Security. Useful free access databases including:
Global Terrorism Database which provides information on terrorist attacks, bombings and incidents worldwide from 1970- onwards. The GTD incorporates the Worldwide Incidents Tracking System (2004-2012), which was maintained by the National Counterterrorism Center until 2012.
BAAD Database (Big, Allied & Dangerous) about terrorist groups around the world
PIRUS (Profiles of Individual Radicalization in the US) which contains individual-level information on the backgrounds, attributes, and radicalization processes of over 2,100 extremists who adhere to far right, far left, Islamist, or single issue ideologies in the United States (1948-)
Terrorism & Extremist Violence in the US (TEVUS) 1970-