Athletes -- Violence against -- Germany -- Munich.
Israel. Mosad le-modiʻin ṿe-tafḳidim meyuḥadim
Israelis -- Violence against -- Germany -- Munich.
Munaẓẓamat Aylūl al-Aswad
Olympic Games (20th : 1972 : Munich, Germany)
Olympic Games 1972 : Munich, Germany)
Terrorism -- Germany -- Munich.
Terrorism -- Prevention
Presents advice on how to exert control over destructive emotions and impulsive behaviors and harness their energy in order to make more positive choices and attain long-range goals.
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