A report by Italy’s intelligence agency claims that the risk of terror attacks in the country is ‘concrete and present’. The agency also warned of the ‘the danger posed by homegrown terrorists, moved by autonomous motivations and inspirations’, or piloted by ‘terror directors’.
The Italian-Moroccan member of the group responsible for the attack in London on June 2017 and the Italian-Tunisian, who attacked a policeman at Milan’s Central Station on May 18, 2017, are named as examples in the report.
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Source: EU Times