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The terror in Nice and security across the EU

A scene from Nice, France

CSSH experts Max Abrahms and Mai'a Cross ana­lyzed these types of “lone wolf” ter­rorist attacks and what the terror in Nice could mean for the Euro­pean Union’s secu­rity procedures.

France is reeling from its third major attack in 19 months after a lone ter­rorist sped a 19-​​ton truck into a crowd of people gath­ered to watch Bastille Day fire­works. The attack killed at least 84 people and injured more than 200 others. Gov­ern­ment offi­cials iden­ti­fied the killer as Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, a native of Tunisia, and on Sat­urday the Islamic State claimed respon­si­bility for the attack. CSSH experts Max Abrahms and Mai’a Cross ana­lyzed these types of “lone wolf” ter­rorist attacks  and what the terror in Nice could mean for the Euro­pean Union’s secu­rity procedures.

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