The bomb attack in Milan was one of a series of bomb attacks by the right-wing terrorist
Naeem Rashid, succumbed to his wounds while under treatment following the attack and was identified as the individual who rushed at the right-wing terrorist
attacking the mosque.
IF Donald Trump's supporters were Transformers they'd change into the van of the Right-wing terrorist
suspect charged with sending pipe bombs to Democrat opponents.
Germany saw a sharp rise in far-right violence in 2015, a year in which it took in more than a million migrants, according to a report Tuesday that called for concrete steps to avert the emergence of "right-wing terrorist
Police arrest right-wing terrorist
suspected of carrying a huge stash of high-powered arms on the Ukraine-Poli Image Credit: Youtube screengrab A video grab shows some of weapons allegedly found in the possession of a right-wing French terrorist.
In July 2011, convicted right-wing terrorist
Anders Behring Breivik set off a car bomb outside the government headquarters which killed eight people and damaged nearby buildings.
No right-wing terrorist
organisation has been identified but there were several bomb attacks targeting Jewish and Muslim individuals or interests.
CELTIC fans in Brussels have been advised to look out for a right-wing terrorist
group intent on causing trouble before tonight's Champions League tie against Anderlecht.
The accusation of a right-wing terrorist
plot benefits Cerezo in two ways: It portrays him as the beleaguered victim of sinister forces that he accuses of creating a Violent, lawless atmosphere leading to the election of a strongman," and it deflects attention from those who are actually responsible for the unchecked violence that has plagued Guatemala during Cerezo's four years in office-the armed forces, of which he is ostensibly Commander in Chief.
The last time we met in Chile was during the last days before the coup: days and nights of high tension, of massive popular demonstrations, right-wing terrorist
assaults, and a military increasingly drawn into the subversive plots of their affluent patrons.
Speaking to the media prior to his speech, the senior officer said: "The right-wing terrorist
threat is more significant and more challenging than perhaps the public debate gives it credit for."
A joint raid by about 50 policemen in Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland uncovered a cell of at six members of an extremist right-wing terrorist
group called "Werewolf" who were allegedly planning to engineer violent attacks on the German state, said the country's federal prosecution office.