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Synonyms for MEK

a terrorist organization formed in the 1960s by children of Iranian merchants

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These two issues--terrorism and nuclear revelation--contributed to a change in the MEK's legal status within Great Britain in 2008.
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK), also known as 2-butanone, is an organic solvent.
In addition to eliminating MEK, Flex-N-Gate was able to reduce the use of other HAP solvents used in paint reduction.
German intelligence sources have revealed that a laptop computer produced in 2004, containing alleged information on the Iranian nuclear and ballistic missile programs, was provided to Washington by MEK. The evidence has been used to make a case against Iran at the International Atomic Energy Agency, though the U.S.
MEK inhibitors are the small molecule targeted therapy drugs that are used for the treatment of carcinomas.
In a rare media interview, one resettled MEK official told Deutsche Welle: "If the Iranian secret services discover I am in Albania, my life as well as the lives of my friends and family in Iraq will be in jeopardy." The German news website said the man used an alias among other security precautions, adding that its reporters were not allowed to take any photos of the residential quarters.
It is Former HE SKI Khama who paraded HE MEK Masisi up and down the country before March 31 last year.
The camp which is closed to the public and journalists, receives time after time foreign delegations that MEK calls on in order to improve its public image.
With the eight-year Iran-Iraq War already underway, the MEK threw in its lot with Saddam Hussein.
The inhibition of MEK can affect tumor cell survival, proliferation, and differentiation, stated the company.
The group is called the Mujahideen al-Khalq (MEK), and Khodabandeh had, for decades, witnessed its changing of faces: from radical student group opposed to the rule of the Shah in Iran, to anti-Ayatollah guerrilla group, to pro-Saddam militia, to what it is now, an inward-looking and reclusive group with no clear identity beyond its obedience to its leader, Maryam Rajavi.
WASHINGTON, Aug 21 (KUNA) -- Two men were charged with allegedly acting on behalf of the Iranian government by conducting covert surveillance of Israeli and Jewish facilities in the US, and collecting information on US citizens who are members of the group Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK).
Giuliani spoke to the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), an umbrella coalition largely controlled by the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MeK) , which was once listed as a terrorist organisation in the US and Europe and is still widely viewed as a Marxist-Islamist cult built around the personality of its leader, Maryam Rajavi.
Trump have close ties to a controversial Iranian exile group, the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK) or Holy Warriors of the People, seeking the overthrow of the government in Tehran that also enjoys Saudi support.
Shares of Exelixis (EXEL) and partner Roche (RHHBY) are under pressure this morning after the companies announced that the Phase 3 IMblaze370 trial did not achieve statistical-significance on the primary efficacy endpoint evaluating the ability of a combination of a MEK inhibitor and anti-PD-L1 to improve overall survival in patients with microsatellite stable metastatic colorectal cancer.