The most expensive terrorist attacks between 1970 to 2012 based on insured damage (in million U.S. dollars - 2012 prices)

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 Estimated damage (in million U.S. dollars)
Series of attacks in the United States (Sept 11, 2001) -
Bomb explosion in the London financial district, UK (Apr '93) -
Explosion of an IRA car bomb in Manchester, UK (Jun '96) -
Bomb explosion in the London financial district, UK (Apr '92) -
Bomb explosion at the NY World Trade Center, US (Feb '93) -
Rebel airport attack, Colombo, Sri Lanka (Jul '01) -
Explosion of an IRA bomb at the South Key Docklands, London, UK (Feb '96) -
Bomb explosion on board Air India Boeing 747, North Atlantic (Jun '85) -
Truck bomb crash into government building, Oklahoma City, US (Apr '95) -
Aircraft hijacked from Jordan airport exploded at disused RAF airstrip in desert (Sep '70) -
Hijacked aircraft explosion at Cairo airport, Egypt (Sep '70) -
Attack on two hotels and Jewish centre in Mumbai, India (Nov '08) -
Bomb attack on newly-built but unoccupied prison in Weiterstadt, Germany (Mar '93) -
Bomb explosion in car garage at the Barajas airport, Madrid (Dec '06) -
Bomb explosion on board a PanAm Boeing 747 over Lockerbie, UK (Dec '88) -
Riot between Singhalese and Tamil people in Sri Lanka (Jul '83) -
Bomb explosionen during morning rush-hour in London, UK (Jul '05) -
Hijacked Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 767-260 ditched at sea, Indian Ocean (Nov '96) -
Bomb attack on Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina (Mar '92) -
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This statistic reveals the most costly terrorist attacks from 1970 to 2012 based on the amount of insured damage sustained. The terrorist attack in Mumbai, India on November 26, 2008 cost the insurance industry around 109 million U.S. dollars.

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