High-profile terrorists like the Palestinian Abu Nidal, and the Venezuelan-born Ilich
Ram'edrez S'e1nchez " known as Carlos the Jackal " were behind many of the era's most spectacular and bloody attacks.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A Turkish lawyer who represented Venezuelan convict Ilich
Ramirez Sanchez and the leader of a Turkish radical Islamist group is among the members of a trustee board appointed to take over the management of the ypek Koza Holding companies and media outlets, it emerged on Tuesday.
Under what name did Vladimir Ilich
Ulyanov become better known?
A French court has ordered Carlos, whose real name is Ilich
Ramirez Sanchez, to stand trial over a 1974 grenade attack on Paris' Left Bank that killed two people and injured more than 30.
In 1994, Ilich
Ramirez Sanchez, the terrorist known as ''Carlos the Jackal,'' was captured by French agents in Sudan.
Vice mayor of Osh City Ilich
Ergeshov met with a Chinese delegation on April 28, headed by Consul General in Kyrgyzstan Wu Yingqin.
One year ago, officials of the Iran Cinema Organization who had been appointed by the Ahmadi-nejad Administration hired Isabelle Coutant-Peyre, a French lawyer who is engaged to Ilich
Ramirez Sanchez, the jailed international terrorist better known as "Carlos the Jackal.
Had it not been for the Ilich
family, our group of friends at the Congress would not have existed.
The trial kicked off with Carlos, whose real name is Ilich
Ramirez Sanchez, appearing without his defence lawyers and saying he had asked them not to attend.
Le proces en appel de Ilich
Ramirez Sanchez, alias [beaucoup moins que]Carlos[beaucoup plus grand que], un Venezuelien de 63 ans, s'est ouvert, hier, a Paris, en l'absence de ses avocats.
Coutant-Peyre is the wife of the notorious Venezuelan-born terrorist Ilich
RamAirez Snchez, known as Carlos the Jackal, whom she is also representing.
Portrayed as an "anti-Zionist activist" inIranian media, Coutant-Peyre defended notorious Venezuelan militant Ilich
Ramirez Sanchez, alias Carlos the Jackal, who is serving a life term in France for deadly attacks in the 1980s.