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Guerrilla Groups

written by: thaibob
 
Most people have heard of the Taliban, Al-Qaeda and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. However, there are some groups that are less known but just as deadly.

Question 1:

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Mai-Mai is a term that describes many different groups led by tribal leaders, warlords and village heads. In which country were these groups formed?
Namibia
Angola
Zimbabwe
Democratic Republic of the Congo


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The Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement was a Marxist revolutionary group active from the early 1980s until 1997 in which South American country?
Venezuela
Peru
Ecuador
Colombia


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The Ñancahuazú Guerrilla group was formed in this country and was led by Che Guevara until he was captured and executed.
Ecuador
Bolivia
Paraguay
Peru


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Alfaro Vive, Carajo! first came on the terrorist scene when they broke into a museum in 1983 and stole the sword belonging to Eloy Alvaro, president of this country from 1895 to 1901 and again from 1906 to 1911. What country bears his image on a 2000 issue coin?
Ecuador
Nicaragua
Peru
Chile


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The 19th of April Movement, also known as M-19, started in 1970 protesting presidential election fraud. By the mid 80s it was the second largest guerrilla group in the country. The picture shows their change to a political party. In what country was this group formed?
Venezuela
Ecuador
Nicaragua
Colombia


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Movimiento Peronista Montonero, aka Montoneros, was a leftist urban guerrilla and terrorist group that was active in this country during the 1960s and 1970s.
Paraguay
Peru
Chile
Argentina


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God’s Army was started in 1997 and led by Johnny and Luther Htoo when they were 10 years old (see picture). Which country did they use as their main base of operations?
Cambodia
Laos
Thailand
Burma


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New People’s Army or NPA was formed in 1969 and according to the Communist Party in this country, the NPA is "the tax enforcement agency of the people’s revolutionary government". They were responsible for the assasination of U.S. Army Colonel James N. Rowe.
Malaysia
Indonesia
Philippines
Papua New Guinea


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The Angry Brigade was formed as a protest against American involvement in Vietnam. It lasted from 1970 to 1972 and was based primarily in what country?
Scotland
Northern Island
England
Wales


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The Primorsky Partisans were formed in early 2010 to combat the crimes committed in their region by the police including bribe taking, kidnapping, drug trafficking, torture and murder. Their aim was to kill as many police officers as they could. From which country were these young men?
Russia
Kazakhstan
Romania
Bulgaria


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