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These Swedish Nazis Trained In Russia Before Bombing A Center For Asylum Seekers

In The News, 22 July 2017
International Security Studies, Terrorism, Europe
But, he said, there are signs that ultranationalist groups are forming alliances across Europe in a way never seen before, creating an “an environment where a violent right could emerge.” “There’s a lot of them — I think they will come back and magically someone will be a problem somewhere,” Pantucci said. “We’ve started seeing indicators that are quite worrying. I think it will undoubtedly surprise us in some kind of atrocity.”

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