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Sweden's biggest security threat comes from around 200 Islamists in the country with the potential for involvement in militant attacks, including young people radicalized after joining the war in Syria, the state's spy chief Anders Thornberg said.In Norway Tuesday, three were people arrested suspected of aiding an Al-Qaeda offshoot in Syria, at least two of which are accused of having joined the militant group as foreign fighters, Norwegian police said.The threat of fighters returning from Syria is also a concern for Middle Eastern states. Moroccan authorities have arrested three militants accused of recruiting fighters and funding groups linked to Al-Qaeda in Syria, an Interior Ministry statement said Monday.
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