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RAFRoyal Air Force (UK)
RAFRed Army Faction (German terrorist group)
RAFRote Armee Fraktion (German: Red Army Faction; German terrorist group)
RAFRisk Assessment Form (various organizations)
RAFRapidly Accelerated Fibrosarcoma
RAFRegionally Aligned Forces (orginizational military structure)
RAFRefer A Friend
RAFRecorded Announcement Function
RAFRoad Accident Fund (South Africa)
RAFResource Allocation Frame
RAFRapid Action Force (India)
RAFReady Aim Fire (Bristol, PA shooting range)
RAFResource Allocation Framework (Global Environment Facility)
RAFRight-Arm Fast (cricket; also seen as RF)
RAFRodez Aveyron Football (French soccer club)
RAFRisk Analysis Framework (Office of the Gene Technology Regulator; Australia)
RAFRaised Access Flooring
RAFResearch Aviation Facility (Atmospheric Technology Division at the National Center for Atmospheric Research)
RAFRwandan Armed Forces
RAFResponsable Administratif et Financier (French: Administrative and Financial Officer)
RAFRisk Adjustment Factor
RAFRien À Foutre (French: Don't Care)
RAFReste À Faire
RAFReal Ale Festival
RAFRebel Athletic Fund (University of Nevada, Las Vegas)
RAFResource Allocation Formula
RAFRecombinant Activated Factor
RAFReactivity Adjustment Factor
RAFReal Academia Nacional de Farmacia (Royal Academy of Pharmacy Spain)
RAFRelative Absorption Factor
RAFReferral Authorization Form
RAFRigas Autobusu Fabrika (former Latvian bus manufacturer)
RAFRequest for Accommodation Form (various organizations)
RAFRural Advancement Fund
RAFRed Arterial Ferroviaria (Spanish: Arterial Rail Network)
RAFRéunion des Amateurs de Fox-Terriers (French dog club)
RAFRelative Air Flow
RAFReporting Agents File
RAFRetired Address Finder (USAF)
RAFRacial Awareness Facilitator
RAFResource Allocation Figure
RAFRapid Atrial Fibrillation
RAFRéseau Alpestre Francophone (French: Alpine Francophone Network; various locations)
RAFRoleplaying And Fanfiction
RAFRétro Auto Forum (French: Retro Car Forum)
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In 1998, Yao filed a lawsuit in Japan to urge the Red Army Faction group to hand over the children, saying they were being kept as hostages in North Korea.
Arimoto's case came to light in March 2002 when Megumi Yao, the former wife of one of the nine Red Army Faction members who hijacked the Japan Airlines passenger plane, told a court she had helped abduct Arimoto in order to have her marry a Japanese man in North Korea, namely Ishioka.
From the moment the Red Army Faction (RAF) burst onto the West German scene, women have been its face.
The dark Hungarian tale "The Turin Horse," shot in black and white, and "If Not Us, Who," a nuanced portrayal of the birth of the German guerilla Red Army Faction, have emerged as strong contenders toward the end of the 10-day cinema showcase.
A former member of the Red Army Faction has gone on trial in Germany for her alleged role in the murder of a federal prosecutor some 33 years ago.
THIS fact-based drama, focuses on the left wing militant group formed in Germany in the late 1960s, the Red Army Faction (RAF).
title evoking the idea that the leftwing Baader-Meinhof group, or Red Army Faction (RAF), was a product of a past its members were so brutally keen to be rid of.
A former leader of the terrorist Red Army Faction will be freed from prison in January after serving the minimum 26 years of a life sentence for multiple murders, a German court has ruled.
In June 1967, a demonstration in Berlin against the state visit of the Shah of Persia descended into chaos and extremist anti-authoritarian, anti-capitalist student group The Red Army Faction (RAF) was born.
Radicals within the movement formed their own splinter group and the Red Army Faction (RAF) was born, comprising armed resistance fighters with a propensity for violence to challenge the country's political status quo.
The shooting fermented support for the students' anti-Vietnam movement and aparamilitary group was formed, the Red Army Faction (RAF), which terrorised Berlin for a decade.
MILITANT Ulrike Meinhof (Martina Gedeck), one of the founding members of the Red Army Faction.