16 Jun 2011 – Worldwide: Al-Qaeda names Ayman al-Zawahiri as new head of the group following the death of Osama bin Laden.
19 Jun 1961 – Kuwait: The country of Kuwait became independent.
20 Jun 2001 – India: LT leader Omar Abdullah Makki and associates killed near Srinagar.
21 Jun 2001 – United States: Court indicts 13 Members of Saudi Hezbollah and one Lebanese Hezbollah member for the 1996 bombing of Khobar Towers that killed 19 US airmen.
23 Jun 2009 – Mauritania: American Christopher Leggett killed in Nouakchott; AQIM claimed responsibility and cites “Christianising activities.”
25 Jun 1996 – Saudi Arabia: Bombing of Khobar Towers in Dhahran; 19 US airmen killed; Saudi and Lebanese Hezbollah responsible.
29 Jun 2007 – United Kingdom: Two car bombs safely dismantled in London.
29 Jun 1999 – Turkey: PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan sentenced to be hanged for treason.
30 Jun 2007 – United Kingdom: Burning vehicle driven into Glasgow airport; Iraqi doctors, others arrested in this incident and the 29 Jun 2007 attempted car-bombing in London.
Dates are taken from the NCTC terrorist calendar and 361 Security Significant dates.