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The Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI), founded in 1927, attempted to address this problem.
Indeed, the Anarchist Federation have an economic system to replace capitalist neo-liberalism.
This article examines the rise of the most important network within this movement, the Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), and its escalation of violence culminating in the attack on an Italian nuclear executive in May 2012.
BSC claims to be linked to the Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), an Italian organisation that has admitted sending parcel bombs to targets in Italy.
The Informal Anarchist Federation, or FAI, has claimed responsibility for sabotaging railway signal cables that disrupted railway services in and out of Bristol last Tuesday.
The group claiming responsibility for Thursday s parcel bomb attacks in Rome, the Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI), is well known to Italian police and was described in an intelligence report to parliament last year as "the main national terrorist threat of an anarchist-insurrectionist type".
Police released a note written in Italian from the Informal Anarchist Federation, or FAI, an Italian insurrectionary organization, that they said had been stuck to the victim's clothes,.
Italian policesaid anote was found on the clothing of a man hurt in the Chilean embassy strike on Thursday, the Reuters news agency reported, saying the note citedthe Informal Anarchist Federation (FAI) as being behind the attack.
We, the anarchists; a study of the Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI) 1927-1937.
A Study of the Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI 1927-1937)" is a look at the growth of this political organization in Spain which called for not smaller, more, or better government, but no government at all.
The group claiming to be behind the attacks call themselves the Informal Anarchist Federation and complain about the ``repressive apparatus of control'' in Europe.
Members of Anarchist Federation and Reclaim The Streets are believed to have organised the June 3 rally.