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Vehicle attacks of the sort seen in Barcelona are easy to organize and difficult to stop and have become part of a new reality for Europeans, experts say.Experts warn that citizens' safety cannot be guaranteed 100 percent.The unsophisticated low-cost attacks are in sharp contrast to the highly coordinated and planned assault on Paris in November 2015 which left 130 dead. But they are very much part of the strategy of terror groups such as Al-Qaeda and Daesh (ISIS). The Radicalization Awareness Network, an EU research body, warned last month that 1,200 to 3,000 Islamist militants risked returning to Europe after fighting in Iraq and Syria, out of an estimated 5,000 who joined terror groups there.
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