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Uzbek national entered Sweden in 2014, his asylum application was rejected in 2016.

Violent Extremism among Central Asians: The Istanbul, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, and New York City Attacks

    Radicalization in the Uzbek and Central Asian global diaspora is becoming a growing threat to international security. In 2017, there were no fewer than four high-profile international terror attacks carried out by ethnic Uzbeks: the Islamic State-directed attack in the early hours of the new year on a nightclub in Istanbul, the St. Petersburg metro bombing in April, a truck attack in Stockholm later the same month, and a truck attack in Manhattan in September.

ISIS connection to the caliphate in the Levant? Radicalization on-line, closing borders?

US Congress: Chechen insurgents were portrayed as Afghan-style "freedom fighters"

Global Warming - distance between America and Europe is steadily increasing.

by Oui on Thu Oct 24th, 2019 at 08:06:39 PM EST
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