Red Army Faction


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a Marxist and Maoist terrorist organization in Germany

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The killing was one of several operations carried out by the Red Army Faction, during the peak of its armed campaign against West Germany in the 1970s, dubbed the "German Autumn.
In Germany and Italy, the Red Army Faction and Red Brigades emerged after a wave of protest and high levels of state repression (including violent neo-fascist counter-movements in Italy).
The Tokyo District Court on Monday set bail of 20 million yen for Emiko Akagi, whose husband was allegedly involved in the 1970 hijacking of a Japan Airlines plane to North Korea by the Red Army Faction.
Emiko Akagi, whose husband was allegedly involved in the 1970 hijacking of a Japan Airlines (JAL) plane to North Korea by the Red Army Faction, was released on bail Tuesday during her trial on passport violation charges.
Emiko Akagi faces charges of failing to surrender her passport over allegations she contacted a North Korean agent while in Europe, as well as possible charges over her links with the Red Army Faction militant group.
The Japanese Embassy in Beijing has told five relatives of Red Army Faction members living in North Korea it will issue documents authorizing their trip to Japan if they submit a written oath that they will comply with identification checks at Beijing airport, sources close to the case said Tuesday.
He was also hailed for being tough against the ultra-left Red Army Faction which carried out a wave of bombings and kidnappings.
Among the topics are wild rights in Kleist's Michael Kohlhaas and Eichendorff's Dan Schloss Durande, Franz Kafka reading Heirich von Kleist, Kleist in the reception of the Red Army Faction, causality and contingency in Kleist's "Das Bettelweib von Locarno" and Judith Hermann's "Sommerhaus, spater," and suicide in the narratives of Kleist and David Foster Wallace.
Formed in 1970, the group amalgamated the armed wings of the Red Army Faction (RAF) and the Revolutionary Left Faction (RLF), two shards of the Japanese left.
Christian Klar, a former member of the Red Army Faction, has been released from jail after spending 26 years in prison for his part in a wave of killings that shook Germany in the 1970s.
Mori is the widow of the leader of the Red Army Faction hijackers who forced a Japan Airlines plane to land in North Korea in 1970, while Wakabayashi is the wife of another of the hijackers.
Also known as the Red Army Faction, the left-wing gang killed more than 30 people.
A German court yesterday approved parole for one of the last jailed members of the Red Army Faction in a case that has helped revive painful memories of the left-wing terrorist group's 1970s heyday.
Other free reads are sometimes canonical (Les fleurs du mal, Crime and Punishment), generally radical (Burroughs, Red Army Faction, Empire), and often technocultural (Kathy Acker, Baudrillard, ADILKNO).
TOKYO - The Tokyo District Court on Monday set bail of 20 million yen for Emiko Akagi, whose husband was allegedly involved in the 1970 hijacking of a Japan Airlines plane to North Korea by the Red Army Faction.