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FALNFuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (Spanish: Armed Forces of National Liberation; Puerto Rico)
FALNFood Allergen Labeling Notification (US FDA)
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LAaAaAeA pez Rivera was not charged with any of the bombings that are associat with the FALN, and his supporters and enemies have argued whether or not he should be labeled as a terrorist or as a political prisoner.
The Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN) carried out armed actions in the United States.
Those 16 felons belonged to the violent Puerto Rican separatist organizations called the Armed Forces for National Liberation (known by its Spanish initials, 'FALN') and Los Macheteros, which have declared war against the United States in order to bring attention to their political views.
Burrough alternates white groups followed by black groups and Puerto Rican groups (the FALN), then mixed racial groups, concluding with the strange (though all the stories are strange) account of two white couples, plus children, merry bombers and eventual cop killers.
Experimental parameters and ranges Parameters Description Value Range M Number of tags 10-1000 F Sampling frequency 5-20 events/sec W Sliding window size 10-100sec Wi Sliding window number 10-50 BW Window adjustment cardinality 1-5 NorN The number of normal tags M*W*F*95%-M*W*F observed in sliding window FalN The number of cross-read tags 0-M*W*F observed in sliding window
The Hidden 1970s extends the field of social struggle beyond the workplace to such groups as the American Indian Movement, the Black Liberation Army, Puerto Rico's FALN, and the Prairie Fire Organizing Committee.
The day before the last day of the show the FALN bombed Chase and a number of other places, the Stock Exchange, Merrill Lynch, and my work was damaged.
Arrests ended these cells; however, the thoughts and resentments that sparked the cases smoldered as embers and produced new flames in 1974 when the Armed Forces of National Liberation (FALN) appeared.
But of course there were incidents in that era when a group such as the FALN, for example, was seeking independence from Puerto Rico and wreaking its own brand of terror, placing a bomb outside of Police Headquarters.
(171) Critics speculated that electoral politics also might have played a role in the sentence commutations that Clinton granted in 1999 to sixteen members of FALN, a Puerto Rican terrorist group responsible for 130 bombings.
The Fuerzas Armadas de Liberacion Nacional (FALN), a Puerto Rican Marxist terrorist group, carried out a number of bombings between 1974 and 1985.