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Stray Mutts Can Still Bite

Scott Stewart
VP of Tactical Analysis, Stratfor
Jul 28, 2016 | 08:00 GMT
Police officers carry out evidence collected at a refugee center in Ansbach, Germany, where the migrant who was behind the country's first suicide bomb attack lived.
Police officers carry out evidence collected at a refugee center in Ansbach, Germany, where the migrant who was behind the country's first suicide bomb attack lived.
(DANIEL KARMANN/AFP/Getty Images)

It does not take much skill to kill people, and in recent days, grassroots jihadists in Europe have conducted several simple attacks using rudimentary weapons: an ax, a truck, knives and a crude bomb. The incidents serve as timely reminders that even poorly trained terrorists can be deadly....

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