TERRORISM: Again the Red Army

For cold-blooded determination and brutal efficiency, few terrorist organizations can match the Japanese extremists who call themselves the Red Army. In the past five years the Red Army has hijacked planes, attacked embassies and murdered dozens of innocent people in various parts of Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Its most infamous exploit was the wanton slaughter of 26 tourists at Tel Aviv's Lod Airport in June 1972. Last week in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, five Red Army members stormed a 14-story downtown office building where more than 1,000 people...

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