FNAR

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FNAR (also known as Front National Anti Radar, Antiradar National Front or Fraction Nationaliste Armée Révolutionnaire, Armed Nationalist Revolutionary Faction) is a group that has exploded several radar stations in France. They have demanded from the government lower taxes, less repression for the automobilists, the stop of immigration, and 4 million euros.

On Wednesday 28 May 2008, a TATP-based[1] homemade bomb detonated in an apartment situated in the Paris suburb of Clichy-la-Garenne, very seriously injuring the man who was assembling it. Before falling into a coma, the suspect told the firemen who were evacuating him that he was a member of the FNAR.[2]

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  1. ^ FNAR: TATP explosif et terroriste
  2. ^ « Affaire des radars » : un suspect blessé en manipulant une bombe - LeMonde.fr

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