Dec. 23, 1975 -- Richard Welch, chief of the CIA station in Athens, shot and killed. The November 17 group, whose demands include removal of U.S. military bases from Greece, claimed responsibility. Group takes name from a 1973 student uprising that helped oust Greece's military junta.
April-July 1982 -- A series of bombings that caused no injuries occurred outside the U.S. ambassador's residence, under the car of a U.S. consular official, and outside offices of several U.S. companies in Athens. The left-wing Revolutionary Popular Struggle claimed responsibility.
Nov. 15, 1983 -- Chief of U.S. Naval Mission of Joint U.S. Military Assistance Group in Greece, and Greek driver shot dead in their embassy car by two gunmen on a motor scooter. The November 17 claimed responsibility.
April 3, 1984 -- American master sergeant assigned to U.S. Military Assistance Group shot and wounded outside Athens. The November 17 group claimed responsibility. Greek police said the weapon used was same .45-caliber pistol that killed the CIA station chief in 1975 and the U.S. Navy officer in 1983.
Feb. 2, 1985 -- Nightclub in suburban Athens frequented by U.S. servicemen bombed, injuring 69 Americans. The National Front group claimed responsibility, saying act was to protest U.S. support for Turkey's 'occupation of Cyprus.'
April 24, 1987 -- Bus bombing injured 16 U.S. military and civilian personnel and two Greeks outside Athens. The November 17 claimed responsibility.
Aug. 10, 1987 -- Bus bombing injured 10 U.S. military personnel, one American woman civilian and Greek bus driver near Voula Beach south of Athens. The November 17 group said the attack was aimed at U.S. military bases in Greece, and recent restoration of a statue of President Harry S. Truman in Athens, a 'hatefulsymbol' of U.S. power damaged by a bomb March 22, 1986.
June 28, 1988 -- Capt. William Nordeen, the U.S. naval attache in Athens, killed as he drove by an explosives-filled car detonated by remote control in the Greek capital. There were no immediate claims of responsibility.