Red Brigade


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Red Brigade

Italian terrorist group; assassinated Aldo Moro (1978). [Ital. Hist.: Facts (1978), 133]
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The evolution of the Red Brigades, a paramilitary organization born in Italy in the 1970s, is one example of this dynamic.
He told me that after his colleagues caught a few members of the Red Brigade they were taken to the basement and interrogated.
The red brigade has also left some literature at the scene asking locals to boycott the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.
Still earlier, there was the Baader Meinhoff Gang, also known as the Red Army Faction (RAF) in West Germany and the Red Brigade in Italy.
Kidnapped, held for 55 days, then killed, Aldo Moro's gruesome fate at the hands of the Red Brigade marked an episode of Italian history that has never been forgotten.
And on May 19, the red brigade shot dead a police constable and abducted a special police officer, whom they later killed.
The activists of the red brigade blew up a mobile tower and a community centre near Gaya in Bihar, torched the CPM office in Jhargram in West Bengal, and blew up a Panchayat office in Palamu Saridi in Jharkhand.
Q WHERE can I buy a DVD of the film Red Brigade about student uprisings in Italy in the 1970s?
Phil Walton (left) keeps an eye on the celebrations after Blues' opening goal in the FA Cup victory at Reading' RED BRIGADE' HESKEY' JOHNSON' BUTT' VAESEN' IZZET' KILKENNY
In 1978 Aldo Moro, the Italian Prime Minister, was kidnapped by members of the Red Brigade. This reconstructs his imprisonment from the perspective of Chiara (Maya Sansa), the only woman in the terrorist cell.
Dozier is kidnapped from his apartment in Italy by members of the Italian "Red Brigade" terrorist organization.
Today's terrorists are not the poor, the starving, the oppressed, as Europe well knows; the Baader Meinhof gang, the Red Brigade, the Basque terrorists, the Irish Republican Army, the Ulster Defence Force do not give a damn about the poor.