Liberation Army

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... The Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) separatist group was founded by Jumma Khan Marri in 1964 in Damascus, and played an important role in the 1968-1980 insurgency in Pakistani Balochistan and Iranian ... The Balochistan Liberation Army (also Baloch Liberation Army or Baluchistan Liberation army) (BLA) is a Baloch nationalist militant secessionist organization ... The name Baloch Liberation Army first became public in summer 2000, after the organization claimed credit for a series of bomb attacks in markets and railways lines ...
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... Her devotion to the Hero is her primary reason for joining the Liberation Army, even at the cost of fighting Teo ... and joined the Hero as a member of the Liberation Army ... made one of the Six Great Generals after the war, and serves as army combat instructor ...
Liberation Army Of Dagestan
... Liberation army of Dagestan (Dagestan Liberation Army, Army of the Liberation of Dagestan) is a militant group that claimed responsibility for the 1999 Russian apartment bombings ...
Liberation Army - America
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