|Shali cluster bomb attack
||January 3, 1995
||Russian fighter jets dropped cluster munitions on the town of Shali. Targets included a school; cemetery, hospital, fuel station and a collective farm.
||April 7–8, 1995
||The massacre of 100–300 civilians in the village of Samashki by Russian paramilitary troops.
|Budyonnovsk hospital hostage crisis
||14–19 June 1995
||Budyonnovsk, Stavropol Krai
||Some 200 armed men under the command of Chechen warlords Shamil Basayev, Aslambek Abdulkhadzhiev and Aslambek Ismailov occupied key areas of the city of Budyonnovsk. They took hostages and demanded the end of the First Chechen War.
|Kizlyar-Pervomayskoye hostage crisis
||January 9–18, 1996
||Kizlyar and Pervomayskoye-Sovetskoye, Dagestan
||At least 26
||Forces led by warlord Salman Raduyev crossed over from Chechnya and took thousands of hostages in Kizlyar. Most were released but at least 26 were killed and some 200 fighters on both sides died during the battle that followed.
|Killing of Red Cross workers at Novye Atagi
||December 17, 1996
||Novye Atagi, Chechnya
||Unidentified men stormed a Red Cross facility in the Selo of Novye Atagi. All 6 killed came from outside Russia and Chechnya.
|Russian apartment bombings
||September 4–16, 1999
||Buynaksk, Moscow and Volgodonsk
||A number of bombs go off in high rise apartment buildings in three Russian cities. Another bomb was defused in Ryazan. The Russian government blamed the breakaway Republic of Chechnya but a number of conspiracies abound.
|Elistanzhi cluster bomb attack
||October 7, 1999
||Two Russian Air Force Sukhoi Su-24 use cluster munitions on the remote mountain village of Elistanzhi. The local school is destroyed with 9 children inside.
|Grozny ballistic missile attack
||October 21, 1999
||100 plus people die in indiscriminate bombing on the Chechen capital of Grozny by the Strategic Missile Troops.
|Baku–Rostov highway bombing
||October 29, 1999
||Low flying Russian Air Force helicopters perform repeated attack runs on a large numbers refugees trying to enter Ingushetia.
|1999 Grozny refugee convoy shooting
||December 3, 1999
||OMON officers use automatic rifles on a convoy of refugees at a federal roadblock on the road to Ingushetia.
||Over two weeks drunken Russian troops under the command of General Vladimir Shamanov went on the rampage after taking the town from the forces of Akhmed Zakayev.
||December 1999–January 2000
||Summary executions of at least 38 confirmed civilians by Russian federal soldiers in Grozny, Chechnya.
|Bombing of Katyr-Yurt
||February 4, 2000
||Indiscriminate bombing by the Russian Air Force of the village of Katyr-Yurt and a refugee convoy under white flags.
|Novye Aldi massacre
||February 5, 2000
||Groznensky District, Chechnya
||The killings, including executions, of 60 to 82 local civilians by special police unit, OMON, and rapes of at least six women along with arson and robbery in Grozny, Chechnya.
||March 20, 2000
||Chechen combantants who surrendered after the Battle of Komsomolskoye on the public promise of amnesty are killed and "disappeared" shortly after.
||May 9, 2002
||A bomb planted at a military parade to celebrate Victory Day goes off. The Russian state blamed Rappani Khalilov.
|Moscow theater hostage crisis
||October 23–26, 2002
||Chechen terrorists under the command of Movsar Barayev storm a theatre in Moscow and took hostages. They demanded an end to the Second Chechen War. They killed some of the hostages and then Russian special forces stormed the building.
|2003 Stavropol train bombing
||December 5, 2003
||Yessentuki, Stavropol Krai
||A suicide bomber detonates a bomb on a commuter train.
|2003 Red Square bombing
||December 9, 2003
||A female suicide bomber detonates a bomb on a busy street near the Kremlin. The government blames Riyad-us Saliheen.
|Moscow Metro bombing
||February 6, 2004
||Anzor Izhayev blows himself up on the Russian Metro.
|Beslan school hostage crisis
||September 1, 2004
||Beslan, Republic of North Ossetia-Alania
||Hostage taking of over 1,100 people (including 777 children) ending with 385 people killed in School Number One (SNO) in Beslan, North Ossetia, Russia.
||The stabbing of 12 people (including four children) in the village of Kushchyovskaya, Krasnodar Krai, Russia.