New Revolutionary Alternative

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New Revolutionary Alternative (Russian: Новая Революционная Альтернатива) (NRA) is an anarchist organization devoted to insurrectionary struggle in Russia.

The NRA set off bombs in Moscow military offices (Ostankino in 1996 and Cheryomushkinsky in 1997).[1] In 1998 and 1999, NRA members orchestrated explosions at the Federal Security Service (FSB) Lubyanka Building.[2] Four activists were found guilty: Nadezhda Raks, Olga Nevskaya, Larisa Romanova, and Tatiana Nekhorosheva-Sokolova.[3] Romanova's sentence was later reduced.[4] Alexander Biryukov was declared incompetent to stand trial and was sent to a psychiatric hospital.[5]

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