Terrorism

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As defined by the US FBI, 'the unlawful use of force against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population or any segment thereof, in the furtherance of political or social objectives'
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The bomb attack in Milan was one of a series of bomb attacks by the right-wing terrorist group.
A Youtube video published on Monday by Ukrainian police shows the moment the police arrested the alleged French right-wing terrorist en route to carrying out plans to attack in France on the eve of Euro 2016 tournament.
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.
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.
Europol could not identify any right-wing terrorist groups, although says that some far-right movements have pushed the Palestinian cause "as a way of expressing their anti-American and anti-Semitic views".
More specifically, Pazienza claimed that Delle Chiaie had arrived at Miami International Airport on a flight from Latin America in September 1982 in the company of Abdullah Catli, a member of the Turkish Gray Wolves, a right-wing terrorist group, who later admitted to giving Mehmet ali Agca the gun used to shoot Pope John Paul II in St.
But he turned to thieving after a spell as a right-wing terrorist.
Viccei, whose father and brother are both lawyers, turned to robbery after a spell as a right-wing terrorist, which included blowing up a local electricity power station when he was just 17.
Valerio, a former right-wing terrorist, arrived in England in 1986 and, in less than a year, he cracked five banks including the Queen's bank Coutts which had never been robbed in its 300-year history.