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Baader-Meinhof gang

German terrorists. [Ger. Hist.: Facts (1978), 114–115]
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The Red Army Faction members hijacked a Japan Airlines (JAL) Boeing 727 on March 31, 1970, and forced it to land in Pyongyang.
The younger daughter is said to have expressed her intention to go to Japan along with five children of other Red Army Faction members in January.
The Red Army Faction members hijacked a JAL Boeing 727 on March 31, 1970, and forced it to land in Pyongyang.
Nine Japanese Red Army Faction members hijacked a JAL Boeing 727 on March 31, 1970, and forced it to land in the North Korean capital.
The hijackers of the Red Army Faction, which is known as Sekigunha in Japan, have been given protection in North Korea since hijacking the JAL plane to Pyongyang in March 1970.
The two sisters, who currently live in the Kansai region, declined the invitation, which involved traveling to Vienna together with spouses of the two Red Army Faction hijackers and two Japanese men who eventually ended up in North Korea.
Repeating one such step, Boucher said the North must stop providing asylum to members of Japan's radical Red Army Faction (Sekigun-ha in Japanese) group involved in the 1970 hijacking of a Japan Airlines plane.
Death in the Shape of a Young Girl: Women's Political Violence in the Red Army Faction
Three members of the defunct radical leftist Red Army Faction carried out a failed armed robbery last year to finance their life on the run, German prosecutors believe.
He was also hailed for tough action against the ultraleft Red Army Faction which carried out a wave of bombings and kidnappings.
Former member of the Red Army Faction, known in its early days as the Baader-Meinhof gang Christof Wackernagel will be on a panel of experts speaking at the debate.
He particularly focuses on representations of the traumatic pasts associated with the crimes of the Nazis as well as the violence of the Red Army Faction in West Germany in the 1970s.